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,'AM 't-'"^ 7'^? 



GENEALOGICAL AND HERALDIC 
HISTORY 



OF 



THE COMMONERS 

OP 

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 

ENJOYING TERRITORIAL POSSESSIONS OR HIGH OFFICIAL RANK ; 
BUT UNINVESTED WITH HERITABLE HONOURS. 



BY JOHN BURKE, ESQ. 

AUTHOR OF " THE HISTORT OF THE PERRAGE AND BARONETAGE,' 
" (IF THK EXTINCT AND DORMANT PEERAGE," &C. 



IN FOUR VOLUMES. 

VOL. IV. 



LONDON: 

HENRY COLBURN, PUBLISHER, 

13, GREAT MARLBOROl'On STREET; 

BKLI/vVND BKADFUTE, EDINBURGH; JOHN GUMMING, DUBLIN; 

AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. 

MDCCCXXXVIII. 



XTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



r*iiHi t'i I'urmN {jaaw TtvLOK Gob- 
IW). 



^£: 



P 7 J..tivT»M'r, M.t>. hiu rrrfiiily 
MMnnri], I uf hU (trtcriit, 

1*- tiA'r "1 ^niw of OoR. 

rilird in tlie 

1. 

J 111 ilii- 0»lt''g»' of 

Xn -, lot Aiul -till, az. 

lkiv« iiu I or. ifitb n bor- 

iuriK. T uid 3r<l. ermine. 

- • -» r 1 , rL> Atu'liurs uz. lit 

1 Vl-OB. 

■■■•V ppr.iriti) the 

'!iiM»\ ; 2nd, 

, - ... - ■---■„ -Iff iz. aur- 

w ^iiK d bj ibe mono ** dDm spiro fpvru," 

VjwAftiCH or WiHkouvns. 

P. Ifi. Mr». U.K. SniidliAchlMKninil- 
tfAachirr (n'tl dnii^hl'-r) of llir IhIo 
erlrlinttnl Vt iUiaiii Ko»cor, ptq. 

I* 17. A^'tvr'foii Anil Jamrf, tW rlijl- 
■Sfrn lit Jamrf Pownull, rwj. wrr* 
tt'-rri. ifi*- f'trni'T in IH,<'i,tlic)iill<>ria 

P. 'Ji 1 r .-. Uo- 

hti >■(• il**- 

prvfr'ici inn, ..f 

Dr &ibiin, :• 

T Wr-thalt, Ihr 

.:...... ...itt iiitnic. thai ^cn- 

drmm» Irft Iiini lit* rctatfl on condi- 



lion tliAt b(> assumed ili^ nanir of 
Bohao. 
GniiDn\ nF PiTl.rtio. 

I*. ■*.'». Willinm-Gordrtn-CamiDg Skene, 
<-iii|. rtfPilliirp. t{. in lAIB. 
PCDLMt OP lloo MaVI.V. 

P. &7. Colom-I P.dlcr i«. in 1838, 
Miu Duraiil, of Pootr*. 
LoKG fir Runur Ashtov. 

P. G4, nr>l(>, ml. -2. EliKatiPtli Dionjr- 
«iii, and Marr, wpre dnujElibTA of 
John Threither, esq. of Hradford : 
nol of Sir lloiirchii'r Wrty. as erro- 
neously prinUNl. 

TneKciURD or Stimon. 

P. 75. Pr. Trcnctinnl rf. in 1838. 
liDCftwnoD nr Oews Hall. 

P. SI. Williiiin-Mnrfc LockworxI.esq. 
fldcrmin ami hrir np]iiirfnl of Wil- 
1i/ini-JM»rph I^x-Kuowl, rsij, uT Dm* 
Hall, .iMiimcd in 1h.1h, under Ihp will 
of bis unck, Sir Mark Wood. barl. 
the Mirunriit- aod anns of V^''u<>D. 

Lf.HUf. or n*LLVB*Y. 

P. 86. Mr. I^i^lieorn»ll>bay,dierfiii 
IHU8. 

Martin of tiif. Wildmii^ksk. 

P. m, 1. 13 from the bottom. For 

8l()ufit.'ld rt'ud Itontifld. 
P. P9, I. 3 fruiii ihr hiitt'iin. Jolui- 

Nirklrfton Mnrliu, third iton, died in 

1837. 
P. It)3. col. 1,1.31. Eluabclh Hutch. 

iuoon. heirt's* of hrr lirothi-r*. and 

»vil> of Johd-Nirkh-sim Martin, vsq, 

died '^2nd .SrploinWr. IMti. 
Note, col. 2, 1 • 2. For " \iii'w two ^ona 

and two danphter*," read " thri-e 

iot» and one dnii|;litrr." 



jFinntlp of KnUtiiMMn. 
AVir rrprmrnttii by Cgptain Thcmu 

The family of [lulcbiitMin has bren from 
n \(-ry early pi'riod 9cll!ed in and about ihv 
rily of Ditrimm, 

Wvi.n IIi'Tciiivsnx.orFmmwetgate.Dvar 
Durbam, aldirmun of tliut citv. held from 
the denn and chapter of Uuriiam, it rlo«e 
b 



Tl 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



Okllril WimtyliiU; hr d. without Unur, and 
WBt intt'iTod in Si. Mnrf^arrl't Church, Uur- 
bBin.lOit) Aa^uKl.Ki'^fi, lrn*ingl>lipn)prrt)r 
lo ihr iwiir vi lit* liriilltrr, 

CtrTHHl'HT lltrrviiiSMis, who tiLi-niiii* re- 
■ulcil ni FrAiuwrlKntf ; lit> bdd lntitU in 
PUiiRwortli Atitl Bitirblium. iind wn* baricil 
ill t)i7 diurrh [>f Kt. MarKarrl. l>urhiini, 
'Mill NiMfnilMT. l^jtHJ, leMvinc Imuc, Ujr 
Cbri«tob< II. biA wifr, 

I. NiriioLAS, of whom herrnftcr. 

3. Culhbrrt. or the rny uf Durham, 
bu|ilitcil ntSl. MarKarc('*?i)i) April. 
I.'tn? : hrlil IiifiiU iti Plau»wor(li uti- 
dvr Uu f;illu-[*a witl. 

.1. WlllUtn. bii|>tiK4-d al Si. M«r|(«retV 

4. Anihonv. bn|itixcd Ml Si. Margaret'* 
Mill) Mn'rcli, l.'iirj. 

A. Tbnmoft. 

0. Klizabflb. M. before 1604, to — 

Story. 
7. Jane, m. Xttfon 1094, — flrxlfcfton. 
a. Frnnerti, }iiae nfvtham m, tn Wil- 

0. M»ricitrftl, ii liKiii Jobtiw>n. 
Nkh<>l(» lIi'TciiiMioN. of Pr)imw«lpiic, 

rhlrft (toil mill brir ; bttd Inrd* in nrawdru, 
n\*o I'rilmrnr nnd PlAuoworth; hr wn» bii- 
riri m Hi. Murfnrrl'B rhurrb. 'Jnd April. 
IfCMI, Imoliii; iMur by Kliuilirlb, bi» wifr, 

1. Ht r.M, of nlioiu brrrnflrr. 

H. CuUibrft, citizcD iiod niercrr of 
Diirhnin ; biipli«.-d at Si. MMrKiiri-l'a 
l.'llb JmiuAr}, Itmi, h«)d Itunstt ami 
laiidii Ml Tlmwdi-n, aUo I>ribiirni-, 
uodrr bia fnllirr'a Hill ; bi««uii.('iilh- 
Ikti lluuliluwtn, lik«it'i«> • miTcer 
of Durluai. wiif iimyor of Ikat cit>' 
tn IO?u. 

3. Nlcbidav, dliiwii and Unnor of Dur- 
ham, bniiitxi^d flt St. Mitr)(ar<^t>28lh 
April. Un-i; hrld n fami in Plnii*- 
uurlb under biy falliiT'f wilt, aiid 
UitiU tit rhilliirt Pi.Mili- iindrr lh«l of 

Ilia .^Tril.iiiu'lc. |{ii);h. 
I ri..-ni,i- I „! il.-rd ill Si. Mnricttrft'a 

■-•Irli \!i\, Minr.iuid biirioil t)icrM .MIi 

Jun<'. irill). 
A, Jaiir. tiaptitml at 8t Margarrt'f *i4Ui 

July. llNn, anil burivd then; llHli 

AuKnal. intf7. 
Ilt-ull llrTriltKKOv. M>ti at)dh«-ir, iMpUKrd 
al 8l. Marfirvt'* i:ii)i Mkv. lUAf; lie waa 
m. alSt. AlarfcarrlK 'A'lid Jnnuary, IWI, to 
Rlrani>r. dniiKbirr u( Jnliti Hall, (vtit. and 
oa his Mid nwrriay •ctlird mi hli falbrr 
and iimlhrr fur ihi-ir liicM, lamU iii Hitch- 
I,,,.... I. .1,1 of ii,,! ttutnur of Bc'dburue, 
n.i )i»d br«n tarrvndi-rrd lo ib« 

tLM Liiil Klranor, bi* nif.' h. W3% a 

frrrniDM tif rlir ftompany m .md 

wa« bunrd 'i' Si Mar-..(. [' .Itlj 

8ppK-ii(brr, i iiDf, 

Ua wifti {ni^- - i.txr, 

I09I). 



• am 



I. Hi'dH, citizen and rarrcrr of Du 
him. baptixrd at Si. Miirt:nr*t'» *)' 
Jiiiianrv, Kl'i-J : IfUli -Inly. 1(171, 
■ormiiivri-d lorTithbirt Mnrkimli'lit 
K«iil.a ^arct'l of land in Hitchbuni' 
fur par|>n)ir of ff^ttliiiK it on his bra 
tlirr, Juhn Iliitrhtnion. ^^ 

•2. TUnmtt%, haptizrd al 6l, Miir|farM' 
April. 17-24, huriod thi-ro 21at Octt 
bfr foUowitif;. 

3. Julin, of whom hrri'nfler. 

4. Jane. Ixipliud iiiSl. Miir|ptr«r«34| 
.\iii:uM, iii2n. 

.">. Flixabrlh, baptised al St. MnrKarct 
titb Jul%, 103?. 

Thr ttdrd ton, 

John IIrr<:iiiN'M>\, of Fmmwi'l(;a|(>. ix 
dfrtnin and sonu'linii? ma\or ol the citr i 
llurtmm ; bnptixi'd at St. ^larKiirrl't l'2i 
Jiiiir, IfCIl ; bi' wiu a frrrmnn both of III 
Tiiiini'Ri and of tin- Mrrr<T»" f'ompiin^ . I 
Ihr rrmldiii nf Ibi- fornti'f of whirli hr> waa 
adnitltrd 'ilitli Manh, IfL'rfi. and to lliat O] 
Ibe latter Kith NoTt-tubrr. 16tf7 ; he pu 
r*hsi«rd l&uda at UrlburnP of bin rouai 
Culhlfrt HtiU'hintuin, »tid lil.rwiar bi-ld 
copyhold m<-Kftun|£iiiin SlJiinhope, WuUinK- 
hain, Wilion, Wi-al Amkland, Chealrr la 
Siroi'i, and St. Mitrcnrrl's, Diirhant. tno«lljr 
aeipiirrd by pun-liSM-, ti« »!»>( freehold ea- 
laics in Bilchbiinie, We«t<T(on, Oro»»(rnle. 
Fr>iniwf|[;a(r, l>r\h«nic. \Vindvbill>. '• 
he din^rU ill hid «ill tn be huried wt 
■ncrstara tn llie rburch of St. Mar;: .r < r 
I>urhnoi, and wb» interred thvrv 20th M 1 1 < li . 
I'O-I: be lefl iaviir. one daatfltler. J,t<ii. 
Ml. Ill Miehii4.-I Bras In, Mayor 0? Durbam ia 
I7W, and an only fton, 

JoHNlllli-Hi«w?t.ofPniMinel([iil»-, 
lime Mayor of Dnrhani. adiuiltnl i-' 
Ihr Tnniirfh' ('onipany 27th Ortober . IT'f. 
he M. nl Itliddletoii St. I!rnr|{e, dih J..i>- 
iiary, \7iV.i, to Mary. daHghti-r of Thuntaa 
Shndfiirtb. i;ent. of (Inrhnai. and wan bn- 
ried at Durham, titb Sc|ilcmber, 1716, 
J«a%iu|r tisur. 

1. John, who m. ai ataled in the »c- 
L'ouDl Kivpn of the family nT Klrh- 
inond (vol. i*. p. llNt). to lMt>eita. 
TOTini;*^! dntichfr-r ind ro-hrir iif 
h.r 

tV ol (..iiml.*- l!.iii'l. 
'2. MaixareL.buptixrtlitSL Hanrftrrr* 

a*lh OctoUr. ITtW. 
.'I. Mary, bi«plif><d nt St. Mar)[ai 

I Ith Janiinrv I71<l, 
4. Jane, baptir'rd al Si. Mar^rci** If 

.l„„, 1714. 

S' 'CKiN» 'ir timvt H'tf«t. 

I > ili|C is a moK lorn I I 

M-ntaiion of ihi' am 
ihiii fiimily thau th.>i 
Mil. 



^ 



m^m 



ALTEHATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



vU 



>i 



\ 



P. IIP. Gvralilinir. Aecniid ilnuElitcr of 
Wiltkni-Kich.-irrl-tlopLiu* Nortlicy, 
•HSq. of .SdfK'lL Lnwii. (.'Iifltcnluiii, 
and t'ritntlfiii;;litLT uf iVftn-nii Nor- 
l(H*v*ito|)Liii», of Oriii^ IIuti54.', wax 
m.ru IKW. lo Jtwcph Fr;iri TjiMe, 
«*!. Krond 8i>fi !>(' Colortc-l I'tftll, of 
C-iwni CdsiJr, in ilie county of Dtvnii, 
by Jrtnimn-ltulirrla. hu wifi^, dau. 
oi SirJjimraTviiU*. lMrt.(8ecp.da-i). 
Fi'Uiinf) ttf CfiF^r Filiord. 

P. l^.nil. I, 1. Sit. A Unkoftbe de- 
>cf lit is omitted, llift |H-4igrcc ehonid 
bf &A Tullowft: 

Joba f nl/oni, -rsXiomthy, MNWod itau> of 

ro^n»»wi,&»;. j BounWr, Eiri of Itolh. 

kuHidau. of Sir Thuinu Din- 
ars, oriMciiiittM! Burnell. 

A . .. Mt CoL Fulfonl of FulftifO. 

.Tki ,5 niori- corr«i'C ri-prescn- 

vl tLf umity AriM tliAu llinc in llie 
' the work. 



,/X 



^Vtttl lir 1,TIII4TI!. 

P. "Ji'l M4ritiiin^, wife of Ricliaril 
ith, I'sq, diVd, iJAvplv U- 

W»" or K^Tiir vpi. 

*■ ■ for •* llrnriotu Baker," 

'' "J ■' llrnri'tin Bnrkpr." 
P iVW. col. 2, I. .13. (OP " a siiter of 
iofcn HKBiittim." &«. read *• Mary, 



»Mvr of Jolin llanull-m, 1st Lord 
HarBany. and ymiiigeiit tlitiijjliier of 
Sir Joliii Haniillon. of IJart^nny, by 
Margurel CinuiibeU. lii» wife. 
P. -220, rol. I, I. 31, for " ITOI," remd 

•• I71)S," 
P. '««, col. I, I. 34, for " 1732." reail 

" 1734." 
P. 221). col. 1. 1. 46, for *' Alloor," retitl 

" Attoor." 

P. 241. col. 1. 1. I. add iiflL'r - CAaat'- 

baye,""and bis wifc.Janot fJitrkc." 

P. '.Kl . col. 1. 1. 3a. iifu-r '■ John Dl..ck- 

wouil. fpq." ndd " of Um](f(>r,;iiid hi* 

wife. Auo Wnuchope. TbJ» Joliu 

lilai'kwood waft only son of Jobii 

Blackwood. p»q. proVosI uf lliiofior 

(ancfslor of Lord Ilnfferiii), wliudit-d 

28lb Mav, 100», aged 8CV«nly-two." 

P. 223, col. 2, I. 8, for " 1730," rend 

" 1731." 
P. 223. ayi. 2, I. 27. for •* 1st June." 
rend ** 1st January." 
WiUTTON or Li^tcKsTrHSHini'-. 

P. 236, col. I. note. It should he 

" Sir Kicbiird de Whatton bnd a 

daiigblcr. AKnc:!. m. lo Sir Jolin dc 

BrAtMKon, mid Titur »oiis," (kv. 

P. 225 iinil 221^, i;oIs. 1. fur •' de Mai- 

Piimi'." rKfld " He Mitllian." 
P. 220. col. 2. Agnes, tlie wife of Ri- 
chard de Wliatton, i^liould have bec>n 
dtacribed aa dftiighlor Ainl hfir of 
John di- Pnlnu'r, of Vlgatliorp, and 
Alice, his wife, »i»ttr iiad heir of 
llu^b df- Stapleford, ofSlitntvford. 
P. 226. col. 2. for " Virgil." tvad 

" Vergil." 
P. 227. col. I, for " Thti," read •' 1. 

H. U.- 
P. 22!*, col.l , for " 1830," read " H(35.'* 
Oitpp-K m- OuxtitotbK, 

P. 280. Add to the issue of R. I, T. 
Orpcn. esq. a son, Raymond dv Au- 
di'niar, />. 2dth Auf^uBl, 18:17. and luu 
datighU-rs, Mar>'. l>. iu 1820, d. in 
IH2I : and Comelin.it. in 1822. d. iu 
ia2d. 

P. 292. col. 1. Rnchpl Orpen, who m. 
John Maybcrry, esq. Iiad a son. Rj- 
cliard Mayberry, whu w. an already 
Btatrd, a iitlcr of William Duckt-li^ 
I'Su. and bad. with a son, Boatiblc, 
unn Hnnlhor »0n, who in. and had a 
son, Aug^uatiiR. 

John Mayberry. wbo »i. IVIi«i Eli- 
za K[ni94>y, by kIioid he bud 
I. r>ui-kelt. «bo wi. fipit, Ca- 
tlieriiie, dan^hlvr of tJcorgo 
Allen, esq. and secondly, 
Mitfl Mary Uollock, by 
wboDi lie had 

1. Jolin, who m. in I9I»2. 
Miaa IIoaoraMahoaevt 



riJi 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



and li«<l, Dnckrtt, Jolm. 
Kivltnnl. GrorRp-Hr)- 
Un, AgDfs nnil Cilbe- 
rlno. 

3. I>tii-k<'ll, a wlirilrtr. 
S. Ctrorvc, ill holy onlcra, 

m. !lliM Juditli Cop- 

4. Rmhrl. 
II. Hiclurd. 
HI. llcUo. 

IV. Mrimv. m. Miss MiijiWr- 
ry. 

V. Jtibn, libo M. flrst, Miw 
UlUtuai),Bii«lf(>cc)t)ill\ , Mt»» 
Cilhrrinr Uooitinn. 'llvllie 
formtrr be hiwl n ilAU)()itirr, 
Mmrj, n. to Jolm lluiu' 
(ihrr-ys, fiu\. ntiil liarl fivF 
children, aiirl by llir litt- 
ler, two UauKtiti-ra. Sar<tb- 
Lrlilii. mamod lo Micbitrl 
HaVQCk. 4-«i]. Hiid KmgIicI, 
IN. In Ijputvii.int Rpdniund 
Moriarl>, U.N. bi« »rcond 
wifr. 

VI. Ricbil. 

vit. Elizn, Ml. tu Abribnm 

Majbrrrj-, i-tt). of Killor- 

■itfy. 

VIM. MBi7,m. lo — Crofwell, 

fM). nnd Lnr) ■ vnn (.trorpv, 

and a i]«iiKbt<.Tt Eliza, m. lo 

Jobn SulIiTan. f«). 

P. Qfti. Tbe daii^blrr* of Samtirl 

Crnnipt-, bv Miat MuUJiis, aictrr lo 

I^rd Vi-nlry (are Ut'HKfc'k Prermur 

*fm/ Hartntttajft), married, oni" Mr. 

Iltllvnrd, nnd llii* uthrr Mr. (iilfi. 

P. Wa. col. I. for ■• Miw tJodfrry," 

read " Drborab, Jnii|;litrr of W i|. 

liatu Cjitdfrvy. r%i\. Kfjincinrmuipe 

bad by liu M'cond wifi*. Poroilifa 

Itlnnd,* Mid'nv of Jobn Lazier. ■-«■{. 

an only mhi, Nathniiict. who look ibe 

nainr of Uland, a* in ittr budy i*f tbe 

work. 

P. »«. col. % I. 37. for " — Orprn, 

r«q." n-id " Ri^-linrd Orjirn. rtn-** 
P. ana. col. 1.1.7. Willi*m Oodlrry, 
wbo tu. MiM f^:t'lr*ton. uf l>rog- 
beds, bad lanup, Prtrr ; llrtiry, wbo 
M. Miaa L'oiit«*B : and Ifrnrielta, ttifr 
of U'lltiarn T«iiM. < »q. 
P. aan. rol. I, I. in, liorrat Oodfrey 
bad \n bfr buabaiid. Robtn TwW. 
«aq. 

I. Qrorxv Twin, who in. lionora, 
danghirr of Wiltiam Mrnrditb. 
v*t\. and bad 



» Ha bmWt. rmm bbad, MB. twi aa (It*' 
^^mm» diaif M#r. lb« lata aabWilad Mn. Joidm. 



I. Robrrt. 

3. William, m. MiaaCrMblP. 

3. FmnciH, m. MinColtifl. 

4. Lury. 

6. Horcaa, IN. to Arthur Blra- 
iirrbuBacl. fM. uf Hally- 
aef'dy, and bad iaaiM'. 

0. Marynutii-. m. to WfUiam 
Foster, «Mi. and baa iaaai*. 

II. Cntlu'rini* Tniu.m. to Witliam 
llHlyiird. wv\. 

III. Avicv', tn. toTbomaaMaraballt 
e«|. and bitd iiuuf*. 

P. 283. col. I.t. 13, for '■ Alice." FMd 
« Avicr." She m. Wllltani TwbHl, 
ratj. nod bad luur. 

I. Wiilintn T"iM, who m. his roa- 
DJn.MiM HtriirirtlntiiMlfrcy.aiid 
bad Willinm, Robert, (irorgv, 
Henry, and Bopbia, wife of 
GrvfTrcy Sainnrl*. ctq. 

II. Jaiir TwiiUt. 

III. Catlifiitir TwifS. m. Danlrl 
FitxjrrrAltl. vaq. nnd hinl ibrre 
«<iii». >\ illiuni. Ltatid, and Ro- 
bert. 

IV. DorcAii Tmiw, m. lo <*aWb 
Palmi-r, rF<|. nnd tiud Abralialii, 
\> il)l.im. tJfurKe. Oileb. Afir* 
n. (o WiliJitni |VHn»i-k. r«|. ( 
Isabella, m. to James Cn|pir.eM|. 
and CalbiriMi) m, lo — Carvf, 

MM). 

V. Alice TniM.m. to Ricbard PtiT' 
rvll, MO. and had a i>on. .lobti. 
and o aaB^hlcrt AvicCi wif« of 
John Purrioa, nq. 

P. 383, col. 1,1. 15. Avicia lUrnnrr- 
baaael, wbo *n- John YitldiiiK. n<{. 
MHI of Kirhant YirldinR.by hif hII>, 
Oelinda Balmian, hod iuue. 

I. Janls. m in 1717. Uorcu> dMU 

of SiimtMrl CruRipi-,ca«t. and bad 

iwiir, 

1. Jamra, m. a daufbtfr of 

Jc^iB CiuTiiH"^. eaq. by hla 

wife. IflM Ponaooby, and 

iMd iaaoe, 

Jobn, barrisler-at-law. m* 

Miaa Uoyce, mmI had 

Jairr«- BoycT.M. Mb* 
Mtimi-t'llillyari. 
Joint. 

Mnftha, in. fbiialo- 
uher nrtmegr, of 
Halhkoa)*, raq 
Jane*. 

Alirta. marHrd lo John 
Wpckra, t:9i\, and b'd 
taaoe. 

Jobn, m. Wi«a A|»ro 
Srrlv. 



Wi 



^ ALTERATIONS ANU ADDITIONS. \x ^H 


^^^^^^^^H 


I*. 3tM. col. 1.1. 11, for ** Harsarct," ^H 


^^^V 3. Lap), M. IK-iiry eagnr, ewi, 


read " Mary." ^^H 


P. :»4. cul. 1. 1. 10. for ■* 1774," reed ^H 


^^H uulbad Ufloe, HeDry-YJcld- 


" 1704." ^^1 


^^B iiiK- 


P. 284, col. 1. 1. 24. RoncKT Bowes, ^^H 


^^H n. Jkofdui, ni. — Ifombnrd, nq. 


t'9q. by Miio Uutkelt bad i»tMif, one ^^H 


^^^H aoil Uoil icEue, Jabti, in tiolv ur- 


sun, Kolx-rt. who w- Mur) , daughter ^^H 


^^H ilrrs, M. Miu Purffuy, ami tiuil 


of — RasIaMe, esq. by Agues May- ^^H 


^^B tsMie, tvilb ODF ilaughler, two 


bcrrj , and bad issue, oue sou, Wil- ^^H 


^^H 


liaii). fN. Ilannab, daugbter of* Au- ^^| 


^^H T)i« Rev. Kdniotiil Loinhitrd. 


guitrus Muyherry. esq- Hiid bad U»ue, ^^H 


^^^B Tlie l{t<. Jolih'NfwiiiHii Li>in< 


Kolierl, alturney. ^^^| 


^^^^^_^ iMin), vK-iir ol Sl Nicliuliis. 


HaslnMv. ^^^H 


^^^^^^^k ('ork,6ilii-p prcgi'iilrd l>y tlir 


Willinni, m. Miiis Silliltan, and ^^H 


^^^^^B tiirlor^huniioii to the 


had i(UtUL'. John, Hobert, Eileo, ^^H 


^^^^^^^ uf CarriEftlirf, m. to Miss 


Eliza, Mury. Hannah, aad Cn- ^^H 


^^^^^F 


^^H 


III. Lncy. 


Jane, Nu. — Jn^oe. 6rtq. ^^^| 


1*. 2W. o)I. 1. 1. 18. Ai.icf. Blewkkh- 


Harriet, m. — Chute, esq. ^^H 


M AtAtT, wlio ft. ms in ihf Icxt, Uiini«l 


Catherine, m. Michael Michii^an, ^^H 


Prrrr". ckj. nnd lind iwue, 


esq. ^^H 


Maurice, cnDun at Msjtiorlb. 


P. 2H4, c<il. 1, |.'27. M^m^ARer Bnu- ^^H 


Edmand. 


v.H, \%\\o m. Ai)gii9tu« Uandrum, bad ^^H 


Aritiur. 


^^H 


l!.iilii riijo. 


r. Au^slus, m. Miss Hadley. ^^H 


Klirn. 


It. Mfir(;aret,m.— Hnsl>and9,esq. ^^H 


UorcAS. m. in Alsace. 


and had a sun, Kicbftrd. ^^^| 


P. '^J. col. 1. 1. '2U. Li'^v Blpankr- 


Ml, Dun-ns, m. Jiibn Jermyn, esq. ^^H 


llAS^LI, virho m. JoliD, 80U of Daniel 


luid bad nitfa Vtilllain. uod ^^H 


H<-a!v. .-Ml t.v Itis wifv-, Kiii-lK'l Ultn- 


Ourid-Jermyn, tn. Su»hii, dau. ^^^| 


Bci'. 


or ColuIou);b DiickrII, v»t\, by ^^^| 


i;. -- 1 


)ii« wife. Silvan Mare, and had ^^^| 


C..,.|.l. 


^^1 


JijllM. 


1. Thomaa.fM. Aniie,dnu^hCer ^^H 


Arice. 


of the Hev. Willtnm War- ^^H 


liODy. m^ to Uaniittoa While, esq. 


burton, of Valenlia. and had ^^H 


3k liruthvr tu Itiirliurd, lot Eurl of 


iMue, David, John, Aiiur, ^^^| 


^^H Bantry {m>o IttMki's Prrrag* 
^^^& itMii tiaronttntft), and bud is^uo^ 


and another daughter. ^^^| 


3. David. ^H 


^^r Kk-li'ird. 


3. Williini, m. Miss Mary ^^H 


^^^^ •fobu-LInoiillon. 


Mereditli, hia lirat couaiu. ^^H 


V AltCM-. 


^^1 


1 P. 'im, l-ol. 3, 1. H. IIORICE-TOWNS- 


Mary. ^^H 


1 lik.«D l>iiFK\, v*i\. b) hi« H-ife l«>n 


3. ^^H 


^^^ niQf, n dau{{litcr, .\ni)ii, dicdofcon- 


IV. Makv-Joiiasna, m. Williiun ^^H 


^^K , ngrd ftftern. 


ManslJL'ld, esq. uud bad issue, ^^H 


^^P ) .. 'i, 1. i:}. Auce Orpcn, w. 


1. Cfaarlea- ^^H 


^^^ iw Ih.nj, 10 WtUiaiu Meredith, cftq. 


1. A daughter, Mi«s Mans- ^^H 


1 and bitd uiuf, 


Geld, m. — Orpeo,' esq. and ^^H 


■ KMb^rd. 


bad issue, ^^H 


1 MiarUn-Locinda CnimiH*, m. to 


Benjamin, m. and bad a ^^| 


^^H^ Francis KasaeliCMi- and bit bad 


fton, Ahe1,married Lucy ^^H 


^^H ttou». 


Daiiul. ^^H 


^^H Aiiibaiiy. 


Bftsil, in holy order*, m. ^^| 


^^H tiract:, w. 1(1 Mr. Sntnles. 


and bad issue, ^^H 


^F Luciada, m. Rir<> OX'uuiior. 


John, m. Miss Man- ^^H 


I'.-iKf.col.'i, 1. (iff, ndd.nDd bad issue, 


den. and had lasae ^^H 


o«c BOD and two liuughlert. 


two ^^H 


P. 384. CATtiiniNe >V iiiuiir.as m Ibe 


Benjumiii, ^^H 


WxX, bod Muc by bvr linit buxband, 


Richard. ^^H 


a aon, Jajdcs ; and by btr second, 
tir<H] daBjihtrn. — , m. lo tbt Itcv. 
Mt. Ni>rno4Ml: t^Nlly.m.to K. Uoiird, 


^^^^^1 


* With ibe lamily oftbii name ajtelliid so rarjr ^^H 


neartv |1m aame, uo relatiooship bu erw been^le ^^H 


¥ti\.\ Mary, M. to CapLiin Huuhin- 


Id U* diftcovFred tijr tbs Orpnu, though thus con- ^^^| 


vn. 


^^H 



ALTIiRATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



ll^il, m. MiaJ Mar)' 

C«rthrfr. 
Murj-. 

1*11 brIU. 
Jolmntui. 
(.TUarlolte. 
P. 2M. RuiunnORl'O wuwoumlrd 
■I ttie laltli* nt'dti' |{4>vnf, ntnl ttntnL- 
i-(I for hla w-r\ii<-ii by A.'iNy Wlt- 
U<«li. 
P. 'Hi*. Tliif will of ilic Itcv. Tbomiu 
Or|imi, dT Killoweu. was nrovttl jn 
ITrtH. 
P. 9)44. col. a. Mabyakkk TRivrnit, 
M. Juliit Mfusy.cHi. in I7H'J, and hxd 
iMun, lIugb/RirbMrd, E>Tc, John. 
llfirKf. TlianiM. Elisn, Aitnf, mid 
two utticr rhildrrti, 
I*. '/JM, *(»1. a, for " brolhiT." &r. rrail 
" foiirlli win of Jitntt-N, 7th Carl or 
l^tidrrdnlr." 
P. am, col. '2, U*t " SnmiHOii Stntn- 
wcll," CK|. read •• SUmrll ofikillbril- 
laiii. i. ill lOlti." 
P. 3M. ("I. 3. BtstT giiK, who m. 
Caplnii) Julin Mrad>-, K.N. bav ItatI 
iauu-, Rirliard, Tlionina. ChorUitlr. 
Mary, lit'iflViSaralt. anil Frwlfrirji. 
P. 'iH-l. col. -i." M»Ri Eluri.. b> h. r 
ItiMbaiiil. .I(i)in Mnwk''^, *-)•■(. tind Is- 
•IU«, 8(>|ililii, Mnry, .lohn.niirl aiintliiT 
•Ob. Tbv pliiiiwrrck u( Arllinr Dritt-n 
and bia wife took plnct- In Unllin- 
Lrll) bnj'. 
P. to.^ cyl. 1. for "Uttllyboy." read 

" n.-ilIylK>i£." 

P. 2>«.'i 1 -i'. i: il..- i-Jtili rcdimrnl »>f 

iul . rs in lmv.l, 

*'■' ,. 'th bin r«'(ti- 

Birni. He bad M-nt-d al Ihr iMiriJt* 

of Mind<-n and alto tu tndin, nml 

tuarcbed ncr«Ma ihr dr«rrl In join tbe 

iinijy in t'uvpt. undi-r Abirrrmrthi*.-. 

P.3K'». I. 31 , for " CoDttaotitiopIc," rfad 

" Madttira." 

TluiHii KTRA\t;|i. killiKl. tie. IiimI iatuc. 

AlfxaiidtT, *, III ISIS, Meurr. Tfnimaa. 

tnry and Marv. For" Mi« Inland," pud 

" Ml*« Maria Inland." Joaitr, Tboma* diiil 

Alt'xandii. Juanc nf Mr. ond Mr»- Chris- 

liiin,adau|:liirr, Lticindi«. AfU-r" Edward," 

add " majur ill I'.) .>iiiii." 

Hrnot Om March, ]HKiH, m. 

fir»t, ill (Will. - SMaDton. who d. 

fo IHII, |fUMU)t ■ dji<i];li !<• r. Lucy, m. in 
IH^U, John Duni-^mifir, n inrrvbaiil, by wbom 
•he liii* bad t*o ibildrrn. Forlhv rntnily of 
Sir Jaiiirs *'htil1<Ttijn. bart- •re lli'iiKt'» 

Allpf " \-a\-»»t\\:' 1. «|. add •• harriatrr- 
•*-lftw." t'liiit) UnH-ii M. Ihll. %1arKartt 
in 1M)6, jibr bud oilu r iMtf lii-pidr lliuar 
KfifMi in Ihclr^l, \|.nim rf. in ll-^.Cbarkj 
A. in l«m, ,t in Xr^H}. U ill mm fc. m Iw«. 
l^iiMlarf. iu 1H1». Abrau) Orpcn Palm, r 



born in \Vryi. Limtrivuil Iti-dmnnn 

arty. K.N. d. in Itfiti. lii>9on, Eilv*.>rd, naa 

bom in IM3.^. 

P. 3(»ft. w»l. *i, I. M,dcle " now catitniu,** 
and til K.N. add. " and M.D." iuue. 8>Uc- 
retu fc. in IHI7. Edward !•■ in (H-i-j, Abrtrni I. 
In Iti31, Uicy h. in IHIii. bv<li>i ti. in lh-.2&. 
Clirrry-Annra A. in 1*0.-1. 

rA|i(»in MaMy Herbert. K.N. k«a imtir. 
Artlnir, Fruaorfl. dvci'aaeU, 4. io lK£tt, and 
Uorcait. 

Hrv.Jobn Herbert Orpen tt. En lf«M. To 
" JoliD Tbompmn Yuuny, eaij." add *' bor 
i>rtxiiid cuuain." 

P. 2H6. col. a. I. 51. for •* iMMln," rwi 
*' Mcond coa?iD." Fanny-Sophia Orp«n 
(Mra. Hinilb) has i^nnr. a aon, fr. in IKH. 
.Shp bnd n br<i()i<-r, Kirbard, oAtit »n/'aJU. 
For " iidin BnK-uian," read " Kdwtaad 
Batvinnii." 

P. 'i(W, I. 2, for " Cnptnin l^illam," rrftd 
" Capuin Uenry 0»IIub>." 

Liculcnanl-Ct'duni'l Hliitid bod iaaar, 
Tbomns, in bnly ordcra. 
Fmnria. 
Nathaniel. 

Bewy. w- Lit'iilrnnnl KubiTt H«<rh«rl, 
R.'N. and haj bad iHue. Aithur, Na- 
llMiiit-l. Kobcrt, l^tilio, UarUmi. and 
Mi»rK»r*"t-AKiirB. 

Mar^nn-t. m. Rirhnrd Murphy, eaq. 
Lury, m. r^plain (inlway. 
Maria, m. Captain Hurry StranKV, hrr 
■ecund cousin. 

For *• T. N. niund." rri»d '* Jatnr* N*- 
Ibjiairl RLind." 

AuiM'ii Itlnnd. ibr ncrond wife pI TIkUbM 
Hrrbrrl. rf*\. b>id iswif. Thomaa, Fr«iieia, 
Cherrv, Eliza. 

Mnrunrrt-tury Strwart, CMrt. LMMfbrd) 
bnabiuViaKitc. In'o wins iihd thrcrditnebt«'»«. 

SitsannAb. Mrt. Fmncis Orpf"", "lifd in 
ltW>, ahc liiid au'itbrr ^m. Framia, died In 
infam-y. brsidi-* ili'-w kIvrh in the text, 

P. -iMd, •■rtl, I. J linca from botli>tn. to 
" Irt-£l." add •* lOih DrccnilMT." Ni-\t lin* 
but on*', for " Colom-I," renil '• Kc»." Ili» 
li-ft iMur a danghtcr. Vln ii Miif> • Aiin»*,a«. 
lal June, ItcW, |Ii-nry-Thoiii<ui l/Aii:) , cau. 
by ffhniu abn baa a daugbt«f , t. Sod Apvil* 
lKt7. 

r«l. 2, t. I , for " -iS." r.aU " «." U 
7 and t* reverac " SH*' and " W." L- 8, 
*■ IHW, rrnd IH.-ni." 1,. 1:1, for " lllh, 

" Htb," b.mh Fib. inaa. 

/frM»— Oon ahield or, a lina ranifka«l. 
party prf pale. aBun* and arurnu ll la ■ 
violation of rf|;nlar rule tu have a Nxrtal. 
Michaa the .> 
ni*^lal. tin. < 

tAid down ttiiii till k;u' iiMiT • 
pnnifa of itrfat autnjaily. arn 

Nlllioul doubt llie curirvl (ti, ■--". amt 



i 




ALTERATIONS AND ADD!' 

ir»(l hi dII lb« bookt of the fa- 

t -2. for " Robert. -lOlli Ab- 

Ikh <n«,"n>ad"3titl Abbot 

ol> 
P. auGt c^l- '. for " Tbarfton," read 

** Tkrutton.'* 
P. Vf7. €oV. «. for " Jwly, 1833," rt-uA 

'• JuU. (77<i* 
p. W7\ col. a, for " Virtne," read 

" Vt-tiue." 
P. SOS. col. I. I. 7, for " Thurtton 

iobn I'ulnn." rrad " Tbrusloti John 

1 "ll. !■ 1 

I 1,1. l3,for"TuflacU,"rc«i 



XI 



11.' 

Thr niQlio slioiild br Cnutui! nieluit 
Ibrr-.T., Il.i,,,m, The following w ■ 
an-' r^'jirrMDUitlon of Ibc 

an ' rings. 




%^ 






£K^ 


^^jHi' 


^ 


r-^ 


m 


ife 


xS 


'^ 



or ' iMH. 

lliri^huin m. 
: ij^hicrof Aiiilify- 
ll^ mill d, &t)i May, 

|K , nhrii ((if fL'pn?- 

» : Liiiily <I<-T(ihvil on 

bt> r,.r, •:•■■ pnwnl Itl(-H,tKD 

|l>m>ir> Bl^^,ruH, rM\. Cnptain 
n * I '■ - ■' -. b. Ut Oct.. IBM, 
• . in. llurrit-t-G«or- 

ji:i_._. 1 ^ ■ rof Ihu* Kfv. Mon- 

Ujpi Hyuynrtif 11.1>. ch»plaiii to hor 

P. AVI, ru) 1, 1. n fruin louL CluirlM 
M illUiti tln>iili'nii wn« born 'iMtii 
H^'fU-mb/'rtDOt 1Mb Oclobrr). USIO. 

P. 3-Vt I'ol. I, I. 7 Inini funt. Sojiliia 
M ■ ■ Hobcrt - Fnmnii 

W -ii<i, Aufru«lu5-Ro- 

ht . ■ , tV ngbt. Arlbur-Frnti- 

« Kii'l LuoiiMrn-Suptim 



I- 



l'u>arDA. 



;: 1 1 v I < 111 1 II ■ 



i torrt'tl 

iHal ul- 



OWLN OP Glansevekk. 

p. 380. Tbe Intc biglily gifted and ro- 
spL-clPil Witlinm VJflren. K9i\. K. C. (/. 
in NovemWr. IH37. Ui' dtvUfd tbe 
whole of Ilia projicrly, including the 
bcauliful «cat at wbicb be resided. 
OLiNStvtnN. to bis widow, the ynly 
cliild of Ibe lati* Captain Slougbler. 
and (irandnieif of Sir Peter Warbur- 
lon, bart. of Arli-y (see Bi'KKe's Ex- 
lincf and Uormunt Bnroneteits). 
P. Zm. 1- » of note. Omit *' first" 
Tlie At^tu of tbi- fimiily are «i. Ibre« 
■ciUing ladders, and betwet-n the two upper- 
most a 8p«ar*fl head arg. ila poin' imbrued: 
on a chief t'rmiiit a tower Iriplo lurrtlledof 
the r2nd. ciunrlerly with Evans iind D»vies. 
Th<- fVr// A wolf snlinnl, ppr. supporting 
a 1.-ulder of the tinns. 
The Motto Frangi non Flccli. 




sm:- 



"t" 





lIl'Y»HC OF Cl.T5TlllDUN AND SaND. 

P. 40(). Harriet, only »ur»iviiig cbild 
of the Rrr.FranvJA Hii)8hf,ofSaiid, 
m.'iOtb Februnry, 1808. Arthur Ab- 
bott, esu. 
TaTLOK or 0<iwFi.[,. 

P. 44J!*. Col- Taylor's dnugbtcr bait 
married Forlcscur, «**{. of Falla- 
pii. 
DtntiV nf OSBKHTSTOWS. 

p. 4tX). SiMO\ DlOBT. rw). rldcBt *nn 
mu) heir Bjipnrfnl of the Rer. Jolni 
Digbv. of fiftbrrtntown, hn« H^'iidoa 



ALTERATIUNs AND ADMTIuNS. 



":•* •■ v.- ■* :4 ■-..-•* CA-ri- 

v.-t ; E i-*"/--!. :.->- GfrtTi-;',- 
-,.r ':--i. 1-.: Vkji^_ F-x»"-Ti- 

• - ?.". it ■--■:: •L.- :t^i-_-. r i. ; 

'■ -■-.. : ' . :- : E _L4:-ii. .j.:; 
t:.: -:- - r -.- Mi," t TLir=: 

A.- *.- fi,-. >'■•-' 
■•.. .. _ * . . I^ .\-. -.^. 



1 .. . ' 






H^- 



)I>''K1>-. -F \ l-l. 

P. ■!>?. . ;.:.:.r—>ih." read -iind." 

P.4>-. . lT.:-r-s<:i.ol»r."re«il"«chi>- 

.«r A -1 b.A. \<ld t» th« iMoe of 

li-^ Re'. F. U Mvrri*. a daughter, 

Mirf -cVr^LA. bcrzt I3th Jauuar}', 

P iv-.: i*.:".rT.~v.""i**d"niplTc.'' 
P. 4N*. .^.. l.'--.nva iior.fwr "Mount- 
= :r-i.; . r-r k-i " MoatinoiTDcy," 
ill ■ - ■ M.rir 'it Moruco,** read 
- Itt M -V M.r^y>.- 
P. 4?c^'. .:. 1. It^i.i if CmIk^q, R. 
Tii^ ■»,^T-_ ii.._-i:;r '.■! Griffith ap 
J- -i i- L . ; 1, ct» :ir-: irom LIow- 

>.:- K ■ :: I^ ;7- vti M,»ud Lc- 
^;.--'»-r 1 ._--.-r- ..: : Li<t ^uti-n 
.; T: - -^ Lr ■■■■*. ■<■■'.. o n. Man*, 
li.^i:- : ■ ' !'r --■ r. 

P ^-t.-. : ". : - . . ...!t.and a 

^. _:.■.:-• >.-,.. ^ . :!.i Ifjdy of 
: :». _ J .: -, V-.- . , I'atbvriue. 



V 



...:'.>r." rr.iJ 



. ■ . . - . 


*!.-^ Ml- M :.-. i.:--: «it".- of 




K ,- ■ _ _ :. > .'-t-r. I731*. and 


■ - ; „ : - ■. 


^» -.? '. . : S:. ^!.i:; li': oLr.ff. the 


V! .fc.: i-ir: - 


'.''.'. . J .-. ■, :.. Ti.cri' i* a 


• ■ • . . 'ti'j . 


: ;. :ri ■ -: L . :> J.u-k^iiHV 




:'-?■: ^ r ;■.,-. ::.- ^jlne djy 


;<i ■ •--. -. i 


■v ;r. : -.:>-.:■•-? ■.■iini uf Lt-r 


-. 1^.. ■• \ : ..t . i: !>ti lIiKki'> 


- ,* - 1 • -/'_-."' 




.-. I'.-i. p. -- 




^'. .:. 




V-> \ .. - V ".-.-.. ..>iiJi»iiV 


■ ''■ "■■::. " 


: K J: :.•:•-. ^, : HuLtii>>iiil, 




>."\. .. . : .:>.:Pii:;i.Jack.- 


.-: !•-: ji .: .: 


>.■.*:- .; >: it: . rj- V Ilduuter 



y t-.t 

V 



H 



-* ! 



"-TJCJ'/OC 



:-.;:. M.^- J.lr H...iWd, 
'~.t: a :r. L" : - , • rs, ;. I ciL-thrr«il' 
:': . ; r:>- : : >.: y'-. . r^t Siifurr.barl. 

> _ >. : : >-f B>. '-.klV /»ff»- 



T:: ■. ■ K j(7 M.-rr:* Uar* 

I- ; 4;: V:.;. ■, iT47,;ijt Vi:riAl )-i.i>'v 
:-,-j *; : f,: :.-.;. ::. Si>uUi Aiiiilvi 
>•_-:-,': I; iTiV 1, M>.i,a .11 lilt- 
. •-.>': .■ >: J.. -..}■"*. \\ i?:niiti»ii r. 
.. ..,r J. T,.>: ^T..i.:.i ;,..: 1> I^rd 
M - -1 ^. t:; >!■•> s'lt n* .^rll^, ia 
•• :.ir-.>: : >■ ^I -i.i» mu . .ind 
-\- : .» ^( . _ :. -rr. .;(. .n Si. 



•-^ :. t '■^■» :..■:»: : ■ V. .'..\r. .'* lk : 'A ;.-■»..■, 
* : - •"■■-I. ■ ■- -. •: •" ^ -i •; . 

; ..i ;•■ ■::.■,.«-" -.1: ! •^ ■:! ■^■-iL-.:. 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



Mil 



Cruryf. ll^noTFr S(|iiarr, where hff 

^. iliMt. H*- IimI hy liU fij>l wifL*. bc- 

fltd*« thtMT gifi'ii'in (lie (?T(, Kogcr, 

brjm tn IT'lli. t)it|>(iz«^ «t St. Mory- 

' March, of the Aatnt; 

V , born in June. ITHt, 

■-^ jt-Si. M)ir>lel>oiiii<*.36lh of 

toon J). Iliry both <lk'i) vi"Mi;;; 

III the tirxt, Ii;i|ili7.i>il 

1^ ■. WVsuoiuster, 2Hih 

uii by his »e«'Qiu( *vifr, 

urn nt ibp Irjil, Hojtcr 

- "OH, l*p|pr, b. 3l4l J«- 

ussr*. 17ll, b*pt. Ml St. lit^orgfr'n, 
H»nMt4r ^uarc, I6tb February of 
the MiibB ynr* Iw alto died iu iu- 
bvcy. 

!*.«». for "C- ' r Morris." 
ffT»d*'thv Hoi> lonfl Hogpf 
Mf»rT»," Coluiicl .M»rria waa lueni- 
twrol ih*- gdttnjor'jfouncil. lldvns 
capuia <ir lhf> 4hiIi p.<^inipiil uf foot. 
cnomiiwUiti (lal^il I3tti Si-)itenib(rr, 
' " *' " !'rncl of Ilie 
lltitbMuy, 
■■ •* -.itgnur, 14tli 

. irrr. 

T(i- i |>«rticutRn are more coin- 

fir Uaa ifeOM |^>vti in Ibv body of Ihr 

S r.i(|. US in the tvxt, high 

" iit I7()4, nnti it n»igi><trn(p 

' for thni coLiiity, iiinr- 

'> I'rntt. bv whom hr: 

»IIy. \U»» Mitr> 

. 'Ill lii^ liAd 

. ii-nii« 

[■Jfw*.' <'■ t-Mk. -.iiv ..II. ii'U'ti his 

rfti in ll'tllnni], wbcre he wna 

ihrn "• r^ III - iiii.lrr liia roval 

kbCM, iu i: mi Kiinnlti, 

irTii: !i bi " i.t'culonel. 

li. J< "Iso n ma^idtratc 

«r- ' ■'!! fur (he county 

> Mi bisrt-iiilriict^. East 

>rlh.Surri:-v,'27lhMBy, 

t.Oiii Ma>-Ua)l IH37, n^vd stfVPiity- 

C«o, ■wirnalfy f«(rr«it(^J. H« ifi. 

*■ jlLirr ol ThomiiD Snuu- 

1 ■lU-ly, ModU, and hml 

I. Jamn, dcoaaud. 

V. 1l:< ' tier fir«( ruiisiu, 

ii-"l - j< r», v**\. ntiil ban 

'- ebildrrn. 

4. H'i'ii.d- ■' <t. uid two Olber 
rtiiMrtn, li. > 'Hiii^ 
[ti. l>i)il'», r>l (iir Mnnur Hdusf, 
W AiwJ.m.rrli, itp*! P'TtitiKti Stiiiaff, 
t*;i <Uut;h- 

Irr < Mtiitnd, 

Mq. arjinrn oi ^jrni-ntt c^ir Fn-dv- 



rick Haldimaiid, K.C.Il. »iid cuosia 
of William Hulilimiind, f8ii. » direc- 
tor of the Bank of Kng^land, and 
M'P> for Ipnvicb, and ban idiuo, 

1. Chjixln. 

2. Kniiici:* AaiboDjf, of Ealoa 
Place, Bflcra^ir S4juan!, Lon- 
don, m. SofihiM, daughter of John 
JuAian llaltuid, esq. of Kil}(wyn, 
in Wiilt-^r und Belgnve 8((uare, 
London, a dircctur of Ihv Bank, 
of England. 

3. Janit^s (a dirt^ctor of the Bank 
of England, and dcputy-licute- 
nant). of 16, UelKfii**^ t^uure, 
Lonuun. m. 3nl li^-voihiT. 1S36, 
Sojihiii, (fmirlbdiingb. of JanivA 
Ciinipbrll.f-stl.ofHumptont'ourt, 
al<o a dirtctor of Ih** Bank of 
Englnud.J Mr. Janu's Morris 
Blood n contc9(r-d irlpctioo for 
Li*pr|iool in m36> 

4. Frederick, dccpaiied. 

1. Jane. 

2. EiDnia,d«'i.'ea««d. 

P. 4»». tol. a. i. M, for •' l-;W,'* read 
" 1730," lw[il. at St. Gvorgi-"», Hiiuover 
Sqnarc, 9th Janiinry, the Mtnie ye&r. 

Elizadetm hloKKi*', bapt. alSt. Gi'orge's, 
Hanover Sijuare, &tb AuftUi^I, I7^'l, m, as In 
ihi' it^.xl, and her hosband died in the soioe 
year with lier. 

I'fvrKit Sii\KKni.r.Y, eiti). of •Sbakerley 
and Soinerford Hall, t'bcsbire, who mnrried 
Margan-t Murria, vrti9 hi^b Kb<?riU' of Ibat 
vouiily : •-\nd ,hi« drtH^i-ndftnl by a former 
wife, in the present Sir Cbarlea Pder 
Shak^rU-y, biirt. of Hbakerley and Souht- 
ford, high sherifl' for Cbeebire in 1837 (tee 
vol. i. p. w). 

P. 4S0, I. 62. for " 1836," read " I7:W." 
Jane Klorriii, tin in the li-xl. b-ipt. nt St. 
Ut'oi^e's, Hanover Square, 28th Kebniary, 
I731>, married tu Sir Ut-orgc Baker, hart. 
M.D. and F.RS. of Lovpiitor, Bevon, so 
creatrd Iflili Septcinhtr, 1770, son of Ibo 
Hev. iieorg(> Baker, phveii-tnn lo his ma- 
jesty h'ing iit.oR<it. lli. tUed 3rnli July, 
lain, and' bcr husband, latb Jun«, IHOO, 
hariii^ had i!i:4Ui-, witli a daughter wlio died 
in infnni'} uf the Mii;ill-p(>x, 

I. Sir Fr«lerick Franciji, next baronet, 
K.R.S. F.A.S. «ir.. killed Ortober, 
IbSO, in a veri' unfortunate mnuaer, 
by the soil of n wiodiiiill, llu- interior 
of which be bad ju&t liecti inflpecltng 
with his children. He m. in July, 
Ibl4, Harriet, dau|i;hter of Sir John 
Simeon, hnrt. (see BiRKt's Pttruyt 
unit li^ronetagr,) and left iiHtUC, 

1. Sir(teorKe,auocreding baronvl. 
born at Paris. KUh June, lUlB, 
is married and has issue. 

2. Frederick-Franci», h. 201h Ja- 
nuary, W£l. 



ALTCRATIOXS AND ADDITIONS 



J*B«sn. II 
JmcMM. 



*. lUtw C4Mlal». m. IM Ik;. 1811. 
Six Johs Hmmi Ompfr, Un. (hto 

tfUrd «ifc. ■" P* rr»f9 amd 

B mm m^ m j M., iMi Febni- 

mrj, IMK a ii«ai'n«D[-c«l«««l km ikt 

■ilittft, AM frooa af IW lw<l iiW» 

bcr lo llM lUnJ HJckacM tbv Dak* 

otCUtwmtm. MJ. fac Pa H wi ii th, *. 

7lk Dtteasbrr, ITU. H« ka4 iww 

m aoa, UwanI Maoce. fao» «a4 

4M ia llM «car ITVI, bv kU Aral 

■MfTiiiga, 1001 D«erab«r. I7W>. mitk 

EHmbHh Umrj^ daasbbT of Edward 

Cn», o^. of Aawki. »b« divU IMJi 

J«l;. ITttA. H« hMl «. «^»«dly. 

Phjllia, jFOBflKrst dut^tfr of IKll- 

Uaia Mealr. n^. ttt Loadoo. and wi- 

4»m of Chariis MaMeoai. aM|. of 

8«dtNirT. ia llM raaat> of Mwldtr*rx. 

whe tli«^ i;ik October. IBOI. Sir 

Jolin llBllM C«ofwr dM Mlb I>v- 

ccmbor, low. 

Hut MMtai»." lui>r >i Si. Grorgv'* 

Itaaofirr Swtarr, :i > . 17-W, wumt- 

rlrd a* la ttia bod) . v. IHm died 

dBlih April, ttfi?. acrd npfalr-M-ico. and 

IMT iMMband. 31*1 **.i.trt(.(<rr. I'd!. tiftA 

a vault in Lyn. 

wbara a smdiuului is irtLtcU l^i llmr uiv- 

KOfica. 

P. «». I. tl. for ■• I3lb." rtad " SIH.** 
Jo Ui« arljon brlwfoi tbr Nirtnph «ii(l the 

CkoiiJitm, l.tfiilT-n.11* *'■'---'> V! "n« 

M>rilu|[ uiiJir l»rd ' n 

rcUrw,kiU|{btcd (or ... . ;.ui- 

Ot.AMd Unit. Morri* rrcrivr<i hi* pmaallMi 
0* tha Rama aeconttt. Iluuourwblc mradoa 
U made uf lilin In lli*- fiAv«l tiUlurit ■, whicb 
vary niut:)i m Utnr m-i-onni* of tin* €^^l*- 
Imiril rii):iizvnHMiI. Ibp * ' .tul fri' 

|atr acbio in tU*- fimi t-'c : i toxi»ry 

tmr. Mr- Jaiii4-«'i Naval IIuumi, ^ne- 
rali}' con«iiicriid thv mojt corrrct. cooUJo* 
a vnrydatiiiadaccvaDr, Mw tol. i ii.DG, ke. 
Bflba DOW adllSoD In Captain ChamHT, K. N . 
Tba ragraviaga or Ilia aetioa lubjuta Uic 



wlofic -Tlw 
aad a> <iOa<dt4. Ikt 
loai » liOtd, MBoof aha« na Capt 
MaltoB, tba Inil ca^iata, and Itt aouud^d,, 
ud tb« a«>o(wd caylaia. la Ibe 
«f tbv artiw. tbc Nysfdl abol 
t board A* ««««>. aad b; a *all-1aBcd Hut- 
KaaTTC ibM amrnj bvr aMiaauwt 4Md dia- 
abled bar raddar. tbim by a hcomI gfvat 
■aamm, tba; diMUad W hwwpril ao*! 
capoaad bar lo a raUif An fr«« ^ wbole 
bfoadridr, alWr wkieb dw Mt* «rrfo laid 
aloaf atda, aad Ibc eocay boordgd 
carrird." IW octtoaiook pkkc« ISlb Jum, I 
ITM. 

Johaaaa Mom^ Inr bn atarrtap* vidtl 
TboMaa Cawpar HlMa. «aq. capuin m ib* ' 
dranoo gaardf. of Cbarlioo. i« tbi ooaat; 
orCbcaler*«bo^4tbMandi. IHlU.^Mepp. 
3W-7.) bod kioa. 

I. TbowM Cawitfr. Ik t7ib Jaaoarv, 

I9W, M. A. of Braaenoar CoUcfr. 

UxlianL He m. I7lli Sepmbrr, 

1)00. Mar; Aiior, d«uf[hirr of Um 

late Coloael Hmry IVrrj I'ulleio. 

of Creka Hal), in \»rkBbirr, ymev 

pp. 3T7-H'tt,\ *ad b«a had to*a«, 

Marjr Jobaaaa. 

eUaabrOi Esther. 

(I. John, captiiin tn ibp Fo;al arliUaiy. 

wnunilcd nl tlir lUulr of WobrcMKt 

b. MU JcuiMmry. I7»V. ak liaiti Mojr, , 

iM'iC, HcartrlLi, A»a. of Uu: aba««>j 

naivH Hniry I*rr»-V PuUciaa, 

f. -s , 

Mri. rria. of York, di^d 3Mb 

Septem r KcrrdU^ljr rrrrvtud by 

ill lirr rncntU, and more rap«>ciwly b; tba 
puur of thai ctly, lo wbom abe w»» ami* 
oaatly ktad aad chariublt. aftd tctnty, 
havUg been bora 3rd Marcb. 1700. Ilrr 
rrmiliia art d«|MMilMl in (hv famil) ««ull 
in Su 8a«iour|pitr Tburch, York, wbrrv 
aJso ao in«:ri|it)on i» rccordrd lo brr IDV- 
roory. M*n Ptiili;**^. ti»-forr h*T ntiioo 
n-ilbCulofM-i ' ■■' Mlif 

hand oftbc . ^um, 

aba i*a* j^caiiv .iii.ti ik j i.> ix r. 

Il b nol quite corrr<t to ny. p. UlU. ibat 
PUIip PbtUpM look tba m4« of lb« Anari-i 



I 



• J«ba T«ab, who d. atd Miy. 1775, ■. EBiabMh Taaeh, dlad fl9lh UM«h, iTsi, agtA w^wy^M.] 

Aan* TMidi. wbo (L JOlb April. 17M, «t. ■! St. ilujMuut^ f 9(b Mfty, t790. lU*. W. lUMv. U Jl. ^ 
win m. •MSMkdIi. M>rv, youngwt davgblu- of Ilu(*r Morm, aaq. 31at pMaaibar. 17W.wddHd^ 
In 0ffrtMUb«f , 1071. w 

|Qj,a^g(j, P.I.I.. ~ ->! •'.'-■(. w. ioU> r^bniwy. mil. R«v. Muy'Anaa John IWblM. bnra f tl 
Aadivi* I tJlvK*. Ox6>nl. utib un Bibba. Jnn*. itat , 4. totb] 

•f fhoan>l ■ ■ ■. loili* cAnniv of hmu J^ty, IfBt. 



Aadrvw {taMwBna- 
dma. *. tktb JuDt, 



•-■- "-::Hn,TM 



John btpwt 
IlrMdrwn,b.lltb 
Nmaatbvr. t4» 



StMMlTbooai 
ll»lnM>.31i 
UM«nbCT. 1M3«1 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



xr 



ut WAT brok« out, auil 

youiif; lo take putt 

Aem. At praprriy wu dim pre- 

■•£<W,fflKt,'*frinl 
* €' ; »n ** llutorical 

r toquiry into the 
-> of 111*' Aiin^ricun 
'III! L>ii>ilry Wilmot, r^q. 
Al p. dj. at llie Miiu- 
'tltlOUV lltp <'A^i* oF f-'o- 
IWM i9 anr o( Diri'c of UiP 

'■• '■ '■■■■■ ■ 'lioM? of 

ir aiii, of 

.. .iS lllltl 

Morrii> reteivt'd 

-', ^d( this (VBS not 

To lUv muium add, " Apeetomcr 

• Krrry." 

■XT York. fiM DOW becD 
I be Man»iou IIovbc, Leodal, 



'EHlcR. PiiiLiPSt, the 

-.t'-ri (u Am*:ri' 

I Kir .Strii*fv- 
!\ one of liiv 

■la Viin Cort- 
> July. lfv>H tsrr fntnily uf 

I mUit Mst* Imhi in fltti Mtnf> jrc»r. 
Abv***"* V'lin Coftlfimit. wtio m. firat, 
' "lius Cuyler. 



knn#tu« 



f!. BurvlHy, 
•»' 

iklio IN. tier 
I -■ i!-t I 1 1 I'", mill llii'ir 

d«*oriki( ' il t]ic imme 

Viiu Cm: 

AmI fcy kit wruHil, 

BI^MMv Vas (\>rlUn()i, w)io m. 
Slaab Lung MnrHs, anti hid a 

'■UK Morris, 

ilirriiiL- (ior- 

.,:,n;; of W'illinm, 

f AI«'ptI('<'ii,<low- 

tl^* I I.Ml'llfW of tloTiloii, 

wittow of Costuo-Ororjji'. 

■ ' '' ■ ■■ tff ((iinkm («•»• 

I'rfTayt and llu- 

.v r. and tlif baviDK 

tiiMi lotb l>vcirtuiHT, my. 



tlr>tf1 li -Tm 
Hmmnm, Am, 



- ioarn«l of Mftmb, inrU). 






lie nt. sccoudty. Miss Unju- 
bBft 

FrcdericL Pliilipw, li^rii in llollniid in 
\tKiH, ilied in IWi, »4i<'i bnd iMue, heiiide 
I'bilip Pliilipse, nfl xi^i^Q >■> *^^ tt^xt. ano- 
tber »ot>, Adoi{)biui PhiUpse. born in liUM, 
iQ whom bis futbiT left FridtTieVbuurii: 
lli);bliinitftu(i|i(7r (inlcnl, mill ulhi^r i>nrt« of 
bis Inrgc jiroiKrly, which he, dyin^ uiiiuiir- 
rictl, bi'queatlifd to his grandnt-phi'W niiil 
fCrandi]iL-u<'8, Philip, Sii^aunii. and Miiry 
Philip»v, nnd if any »f tlicm dtrJ without 
i«stir, il wnn lo bu diviilt^d umuiig iho eur- 
rivorft. 

Catherine Vax C(ibtlandt, who m. m- 
cMuilly the above named FirdLrick Phi- 
li]i«(-, waa willow of Juhti Dcrviil, vs^j, (see 
vol. iv. p. 244). Sbe was born *i5th Octo- 
ber. 1062. 

Philip Piiiur«E,M. MissMaru Siiarkea, 
yonn^cfti of the four dniigfatets of tbe Gover- 
nor Spfirkr*. Iwro hiid rctuniL-d to their fa- 
ther** e«l:tt(! in Wor<<>Mf rehire, und tlic 
olbera accompanied their pnrents Ik llarba- 
does, whrre, in 1QU7. tlic marriage look 
place, Philip Philips*- ht'iiigthftttwpnty-tHii 
vrnrv old. Sht- di<^d iu the ftiime yeiiruith 
lier btinbnnil. Hf vviuof ,-i rt<niitrCnhly de- 
licate coDStitutioii, and wht-u hi wiiK(>it>||lL'eii 
years old, bis fiilhf r »i.iit liiui to an rsiale in 
the i»taiid. cnlled Spring Hend, where be 
»Of>n rvcoveri'd bis hrallb. 

FitKOEHicK PHri.it>$K, born jn teOS at 
Bnrbadoet, wa« ient in 170i to New York, 
by di^sire of hi» Kr»"<iri^< '>*''• who iramedi- 
alrlv wild Ihc eBtnlf ciilU-d Spring Hend, in 
Hartindoeit, for £l(I.IMtO, ihni the property 
might not afters nrds be an indueemetil to 
his ^anddoii to ectUv in that ialaud, an ar- 
ran^cmnil nhirh sodupleosed bis rootherV 
n.-liitii>iia, ihut Mr. Purmer, dying soon afWr 
hi.4 niece Marin. Irft .ill his liir};r fortune lo 
Mrs. Sparkes, .ind only a le|T,it;y of i^lO.OOU 
lo liii prandni-phew. Frcdc'rick Philipsi*, 
who dit^d uf eoiii^uinption. A.I>. 1761), ii^d 
lifty-two, and left PbilipsbonrL: and raoet of 
hia lioiiseii iu New York fUt-qiioathed to him 
hy his (^andfaiher). to bis aoii Fri'dcrick, 
Willi rt'versioti to his ton Philip, if Frede- 
rick sbunld not iiMrrr. but if cither uf ibem 
luarrit'd and htti) only ilHughtcrs, then the 
propertien wtre to go in hi<t own dnuj^hters, 
Susannah, afterw-.irds Mra. (V>I. lt<il>iii«on, 
and Mnry, lUlerwards Mrs. Col. Morris. 

Pai i.t'« StiinccilT bad emigmted from 
WVfrt FrieAtuiul. 

Akthony ItHncKHotva (we family of 
Brockholes), Imni HlM>ut the year IfiTfi. had 
Usue, beaidc his daugliter. Jubuiiiia, who 
m. Frrderirk Phtlipse, and was killed by a 
fall from her cnrrin^i; on Ihc Hi;;hlnnd's 
■•.iintc, upper patent, uo tuedii..)! Miuiiitanci! 
being at band. 

I. Anlbony, tt. udui. 

II. Mnrgarel, also J. nnni. 



xvl 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



III. Jatlith. m. Hvnry Van«ictor, Bod 
liwt onr Buu nnij oiif dnugliler. 

IV. Ana«. m. I'hiliji FreticX. mnil «UmI 
la early lir«. Itavinc imuc. 

1. SuiMtinii, m. nilljam Living- 
*loitP, «*q. uf Nrw Jirnoy. 

2. Aiiiir. M. pNtul Vfttiltornr, esq. 
of New Yuri. 

3. Mnr){an-|, m. Uavid CUrkMO, 
r*n. of Nrw York. 

4. Mnry, m. W illinni Hrovm, nq. 
tjf (toll* in. 

FKr.Dr.KicK Pinur>tK. whom. MuiMar*- 
toa, an oflicvrtii tbe Uriliib ivrTici'. rMitlcd 
io AnitTK-ii. ilr •lii'<l ii> ltt-2l». (Fur (h« 
cuDiirctionatiriiiA^rfrKiil wiiV, MiiuKpniblr, 
niece uf tbv butiutirntili* Mr. f!ii(;c, set* fa- 
mily of Vnn t'urtlundt), Shf> <lil^4 yoBUg, 
n/tcr ifiTJiiK l>irtb lu a tliiughu-r, Mirim, af- 
trrworda Mrs. GuiiTrrnivr. 

N. U. Axx* AND Eva I'liiurxr., wbo ■*. 
u ill tbi* body of thr work, Ucorge Cham- 
ben, r«q. and John Lay. eitq. wrrv Qol mm- 
l«*nuf)lr ■" --' .:tucl iticir itrreiso pUM» 
in lltr I" iioi yrt ilr.-trly ii»ocr- 

L>tii<-<l li. ./rr> iin* cilrntted from 

Ibr •''<! I <' i!' IM' ' "t th<> Van L'ortJandu, 
ill llii j"i--i --)"ii .1 Mtijjr Tikjlur, o( I'cn- 
ningtoii. Supply io this placr, M»n[nrvtf 
dird R);ed v%bU*fii, 

S(t««^KAii FiiiurKK. wlio M. rdlooel Btt> 
verley Kobiti*o(i, of VirKlniai burn 'ZTlh 
S«plctnb(.'r, 17D7, iititl djrd ■» N'Mveinbrr, 
iO'^i, Agfd iiii)fl)'fi(ur, had Irft u«ur (bo> 
«14c* fivf^ olbt-r*. «rbu di<.'d )(run({), 

I. Bt^'KHt-Ecv KoBiN»n's. M» ID Ibc body 
of lite work.ii colonri in Uip arni«, 
M. Aniio-l^oruUica. dnu|chtor (if ibi? 
Hr\. Oiiimii»arv Uarclnv, and diod 
ill Aiiti-'iiC'i, lpa>iiig i««ue, 

i. UrverU'V. 

'J. Ut'ury-OliDl'fR, dniwucd iu Uie 

orl (ifpurtuiag n dc-*rrivr. 
:i. Murri*. 
4. Itarrluy dirdio Alitigiia,UFutc* 

iiant of Uir Wlb rc](imrHt. 
!t. Jobn. 
e. Fn'di-rick. 
7. \^ tlliani-Hrriry. 
t). fJuaan. 
U. Cororltii, divd joong. 

II. MoHJti^ HtiDiiM'^, A* it) iho body 
of Uift WMfk, nl*ou lii-iiirikHtit'Coloncl 
in ll»r ariny. 1'* I"- "ii' M.<rifarrt, 
wbo H. in !•> 'T 
bia drtt'Miv >r ' ' 1*. 
»or. ft/u«n ctiikurri) (si'vvn «1 wbom 
died young), of nliuui, 

1. BcrvrUy, anofilrcrio the arlil- 
tery, m. Mm Sbmbb, uf Guil- 
ford, and ia Uvitii; at Rom, in 



• fat many -''■ 
Pbdt|«* mtA tu ' 
a/Ili»«' ^ oik, aaii smtui * N*»r itnt^-, ar. 



HrrcfonUbirr, having iwur. niib 
a ddUgbtiT, m %fC>n, Ili'Tfrli'y . 
'2. Frederick., a liautenant iu thi 
6tb foot, and adjutant uf the di 
p'lt of tliiit rcgiuMMtt nt Porta- 
tiiuiitli, nmrrird Mw» J<>biiMjii,of 
(k>rk. J 

3. John dt- Lauey, Itottlenant R^J 
m. Ilia ctfiutn, Misa Aone W»- 
rinjf. 

4. Uli»t'r dr Lanry, nn ol^rtr ia 
India, caiitaiii uf the 2nd or 
quccu'* retriowDt. 

b. MmrjgBnU m* AnI, Capuin 
Sbcannaiiraad kad b«tt«. 

Edward. 

.Miircun't, iw. W. Fair, 
tuTiciior. 

He»ler. 

t'ntncca. 

She mArriedaet^ondly.Mr.Croaa,^ 
a dUavutJutr luiuuiter, and duid|j 
lr,oitig urur. oor (ilh<-r cbiUI. 

6. SufiNii. «f*. KulxTi PiirLi-r, Rw 
a iudge.fif Nen ItniiMtttik. 

7. hrauces, m. tu Mr. Hopkliia. 
t*. Jobaaoa, bora at York, m. Ho- 

bejtUrbcgau,rHf.->^N< ^N I!ruu«- 
wiok. ahe nas l: r of 

the Uti* Mrs. M. ' ■' <i-. uf 
York. 
9. C'faarloll«, died voonff. 
Ml. Jnto KuB)>^uN, «aq. «)fiker ofJ 
tbr HuiMe ul Ai^cnibly.^LC. 4*ln lb«r 
body uf the nork, trru»urrr and rluvfi 
Diaglilrattf of thai pru«iacr. d. (■ 
ItmU, hutitiK bad iatuu by Kliiuibrlb.i 
daugbti-T ol Chief Juiticr l>ird Lud-| 
low, 

1. \^ illiani'llenrv. na»tManl rnn< 
miMury grurnij, m. hu cituaia,' 
Klixubciii, daiiitblrr of Sir WA- 
Itaiti-llrury Kobicuou, K.O.U. 

2. Urvcrlrv. ctiiel niagi*trBJe «l 
tit. John a, New Uruitawivk, m, 
laabella, dangbl«r uf Mi^or Mil- 1 
Irgr. 

3. L«dloM,iM. .Mi»* HinitJi,aiMll 
JMar, aevrral rliildren 

-t. (irOrvr - Huiiian. m. aiioClirr] 
Muu Mlllrg«, and baa twu 
drvu. 

A. Jobn. volicilor, m. Miai C«Ua| 
■Mtllrgr, and baa kaaur, twodiil- 
dreu. 
6. Suaanna-Uarfa, m, to Caplaia 
Lcc. 

IV, (JcKtajiL Sm Fkeb««ica-t*Hiurw^l 
K<>iii<«!in<<k. K.C.H. he. now U.C.B. 
bv bi« lint ntfr, (iranr, daugbtrr ufj 
.Mr. Uonlfa, an Iriah country g»iUtr< 
tuim, brtd ia>ur, 

1. Fredrnck, married MiaaMeaca, 
ami dinl in TolMigo,<>( wbi«k liia 
father wu* gotcrnar, IvatiuK a 
pualbnuoufe daughlr r, I'rrdr r»i a. 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



xvii 



9, Atifim m«rri«il Uie Krv. Willkui 
V, ;;..„. 

3. nt. in \HHi\. the 

^ itioit al Pari*, 
lijiniilu>n - C'lJurloe • Jar|(.'8 Hn- 
Wttfon, r^q h. in 1T1«». jifTvi- 
• r ill [tiu Jniciru, 

' llumilton, and a 

> ti oi the dakc oftbnt 

ttiilv (yfi: Bl'ttKI:'» 
i'ttrniff, \v.) 

4. J«rir, m. — Cnmpbvll, nt{. 

5. Auintntn, (/. young. 

U r II ni-.ri-.. ,t I'^^'tirrinc, dniightrr 

r. rwj. Hlturnr'y- 

-'•y. hy R. Kenr- 

I »c« vol. ir. p. 344). 

H>nry (unntr'l nftt'r 

11i|;iiiieM the T)ukr of 

ClAnn^r, Aflt-rnartU Willitiiii 

tV-h i-!i|ilaiii ut the 72iul HiKh- 

"! I i4rric(| »t Ilnlli. 't)t 

IWl?. Otorsimin. 

I I(r^ Admiriil Miil- 

" ■• v. uinrriol 

Willijiii 

, J ■( of DIM- (jf 

. f^l.iiids, ro|{int*t 

I It il. rirslcoii^iii 

■■ 'li<*^l(-ifi»I(I, 

< ' > ami Hnrv 

.1 FUri<h>-tb, fa. *» bcfiro (ital«-<1. 
■ ■ ' • Wniiam-H^iirT Ro- 

<i. son of Oic lIoDour- 

8(1- ' iii>wiK lin'l 

tkr(-r ■•••••! ••■<-.-. >■••<•■ •lied voun]^, 

^^ nry. 

<>■ , ^ ^cni. 
II' '41'^ early in FpliruAry. IM30, nl 
U«tb. 

fta«aaa«b-Mgiria RobinioD, d. untn. 
91k iB!r. l*n. 
«il. J' I II. (wifd of till' 

It*- I' ). tlicd without 

Pi It, mIio in. Mrs. Rot- 

' iii|{tunr. briides 
'tir wnrk. 
Jw>' '■"'■••>l(*a In ihHl 

il it Cimper- 

. _ L- II. 

roval nrltllcrv, died 
r.'riv in iy«i' 

libit in Amrrica. 
' — -, druvviieJ 



I, to Marcli, 



l.'cj^. 



VI. Calhrrinr, rf. youtic niso oth«r el- 
der rbildfpn. rf. younp. 

For " ^liM CriffilhB," read " HUa Hur- 
ricl <SrilRtl)»." Iter uncle. Sir Aliircd 
CInrke, wns captor as well aa govrriior of 
lliv Cnpf of GiKid liopff, litn hnniier bangs 
ill WeiiitTiiiiutrr Abl>«y. 

Mauia-Kuica PtnLrrsE,u tn tliebody of 
the work., m. at Now York, 4tb Svptembur, 
my. LioiH'l, 7tli VieL-ounl Stmnjjford. h. 
Illtli Mny. I7;>1 {see BlItKF.'ii Pterage aad 
Barirnfiapr). }lf rtubracrd thv mililai y pro- 
fetsion at a rt-ry eurly aRt*, served nmiiy 
cnrnpai^tin \inericn with ^rcnt distinctioa, 
and was scvcn-Iy uhdihIciI nl the bnllle of 
Brrtndjcviiio. I" ITSitir iinK^red inlu holy 
onlerA, and bad iuiic ( l.adv Strangfora 
dying 5th April, I8SB, ■! CUftou, Aged 
eiglily-lwo), 

I. Tbc Hnoourable EUMl-^Ta^ia Syd- 
ney, h. Alb .Spptcmbpr. 1781, married 
Mlh June, l424,Jniiii-a Sullivan, eiu. 
M.I>. of Uuhliii. 

II. Tbc Honourable L'juisa-Snrab Syil- 
oey. b. 2tiil Mtiruli. 17H.5. hi. 17111 
NorrTTibrr. 18*17. -Iiihii EUl. eg*), of 
S«igh(ard, iit tite roiinty of SiaQunl. 

III. Pcrcy-l?linton Sydney, eigbib vis- 
count, 'A. 3i9t Aiii^'u^t. 'i7>4o. ci.r.n. 

O.C.H. aC.L. F.H.S. and F.A.S.of 
Slrangford. in ibe county iif Down, 
in the Peerage of Ireland, and Bn- 
ron Pensburst, of Pvnslniret, in (he 
county of Kent, in the Peerage of 
England, n Grnndc-n of Portugal, and 
Knight nf tlir- Portuguese Order of 
the Tower and Swuri), I'.V.. «. his fa- 
ther Ist Oct. 1801. niid obtAineil ihc 
barony of the empirt; by creation. 2fllh 
Jntiunry, IMto, llir Tripb vi^conncy 
Imving liceii conferred in KIW, J|o 
wa3 appointed amba.<tii]idor to Hie 
court of Lisbon in ItKK], to Sweden 
in 1817. to Ibe Sublime Porte in 
IH20. nnd l» Ttossia in 182,'i. His 
liird(flii|i has acquired litrrary fame 
by hiA tTAnalfttion of the minor poems 
of Camocnv, the Portugneite biinl. 
Ho married I7th July, 1HI7, Ellen, 
youngeei dRughter of Sir Thoman 
Bnrke, bnrt. {t*r BtnKc's Pferaat 
a»d Hariinrtatje), and widow of Ni- 
cbulua nrowite. esq. and by ber, who 
was b. ill 1788, and d. 26lh May. 
H^tiU, lias bad i»np. 

■ ■ (ii-orgo- Aogtiilus - Frederick - 

Percy Sydney, Imrti lOtli April, 

iHlri. 
2. Pbilippi'Eliza Sydnev, fr. ISth 

Jnly. IKM). 
'<i. IJonel - Philip -Thom.i*-Hfr|T^', 

h. 6th Aiigusi, Ilit2l. and rf. laib 

July. IM.^. 
4- LoaUa-Bllen-Fmnees-AogUKlA, 

6. aiilFchmary. 1823. 



xriii 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS, 



6. Percy -Ellen -Frwicriok- Wil- 
liam, l. 'Jfttli NovrnitKrr. ISHi}. 
LhsI column, for '" Lotiisa," r^d " Samh," 
for " Jolinatotu-." rrad "Johnson," and fur 
" Noble." rend " Munco Noble," nnd afler 
lite la«l lion ndd, " EUzubclli divd unttmr- 
ricd." 

On same of the mott nQci«Dt of the old 
fxinily plate of the PiiitipsM-a, thn crest ts 
suriuounled l>y a i-uroncl : nnd tlit-re is nn 
fVCf'tdin^Iy ul<l silver cup, furnicrly lucd 04 
otRwr'a ninieen cup, on whii-h are tlie ini* 
lials VP, ihe Dutrh lunuv of Freileric hav- 
ing; in fonuer (imeft lieen spelled Vreileric. 
nnd Pi. , Feltp«e, oi alrvady quoted 

fruui Cooprtr. (he Americ&Q novelist. 
Phatt or Cash*. 

P. ;j02, Col. Pralt'fi second son, Jo- 
BEPH Pratt Tymk, esq. m. in ISM, 
Geraldioe. Bocood daughter of Wil- 
liam Rirh&rdijopkyns Nonhey.tfsq. 
of SiilTulk Luwn, Chcllunhnm. and 
Krandiiu^hter of General Northcy 
Hopkinn, of Ovini; Hoime, Bucks. 
llABiNuroN, or RoTHi.r.Y Tkmpi.e. 
P. AI3, Tbomae Babinftton. Mq. of 
Rothli-v Temple, dit-d in IS37. 

Hr-AKKTH-FLreTWOOD. of RoUkU^ 

p. 53», Pkt«r Hrkkctii Fleetwood, 
esq. ofRosaall, was created a Raho- 
NET in 1U3». 
Scott, or Lvnic 

P. M3, col. 2. 1. 1, fur " Criek. of 
Criek," read " Orric, of Orrick." 

p. M3. ool. 3, I. 12. for " A. in 1821.** 
read *' Hercules of Brotherlon, A. in 
IG2I.*" 

P. &43, col. a. I. 21, for " father of Da- 
vid who iH. Lxiuiiia," read "grand- 
father of Iliirid who m. Loiuia." 

P. Mii, col. a, 1. 64, for " lii» uncle. 
John Scott," read "hie uucle, Jjirucs 
Scoll." 

P. 6*4. vol. I. 1. II, for " Baldmc," 
rrad " Buldovie." 
TvNDAt-t;, OF Hayum;. 

P. !>iri. The annexed is a more accu- 
rale n'prefleDtalion of the armnrinl 
eujgDS of tliis I'aruily. 




FuKNTER-BAnHAM. OF TKECW^(. 

P. A60, John FonaiHK Bauiiam, rMi.| 
died in \939. 

Whitgrfave, of Mosei-FY COI'HT. 

P. 66S. TheCtiuntcusMazztn^hi djed* 
deeply lamented, in June, IWH. 

In consideration of the emilieul 
loyalty of Thomas Whitpreavi*, of 
Moseley, durinff the civil war, nnd 
the great service he rendered hy 
the preservation of hi-t Royiil Miister, 
ClUIiLtS H. after the b;inle of Wor- 
cester, the earl nmnthnl Ima recently 
granted lo the present represenlatirc 
of Ihia ancient and dtalin^ished Ai- 
niily, an honourable nufifmeiitBtioD to 
bis armorial ensiinis, that is to t 
to the an us of whitg reaye (bf 

I " At. a cross quarlerly pierce*! 

' in each quurler of the cross a cher. 
[;u.")a chief ari;. tliereon a rose g«. 
irradicatcd i;old within a wrtmtli of 
oak ppr. And the fullowiii|; addi- 
tioniil crest of anginentation, vix. out 
of a duc^l coronet a sceptre in pale 
or, surmounted by a bnuich of oak. 
ppr. iiud a rose ga. slipped in sallire. 
nlao ppr. ^ 




AtKIKA or FlRVILLE. 

p. !»sr, 1. m, add after *' Rowbnid 
Morrison, eitq. of Cork," by bis wife. 
Maria, second daughter of Rolirrl 
Davis, M. I>. he waii son of Jnnte* 
Morrif^on, (<si|. hy bU wife, Ellui- 
beib, eldest daughter of the Kcv. 
Michael Duvii-s, esq. Archdeacon of 
Cork (fister of several brothers and 
three sislcra, Hebcccn Davies m. lo 
John Pyne, esq. of CoHape. of Mar- 
tha llnvie^. m. lo hercousin. the Rev. 
Rowland Duties, and of Mary Da- 
vies, m. to Nohlrit Rogers, esq. of 
l<oIa. in llie county' of Cork). Mrs. 
Atkins is nearly related to the Karl 
of Uintry, Ncwenham, nnd Adnnra, 
a ml many other families iu the countv 
ofCork. 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



SIX 



P. 667. 1. 'id, for ■• Tbomai, drowned," 

tt-ad " T^ * ■!'' <1 

I*. ;V)7, I A. I- II. Pl.ilip 

<:..ri>i.-. .. ■ ■ ■ _ Ttl, wns i!(h am) 

iiniiiKT, nml Dot a wn of 

.1 Hirdhill. 

i»7, t.wU' of (Jonnij, I. 16. Mnry, 

Ura. IkuDclt. I» stuUd U> lif ilrail : 

ber Liubintl i« deceasrd «. ^. but shu 

if nljir. 

P. .'A*. coU 2. I. 9, for " Brt-ddlng," 

read ** Iteddinf;." 
P, iitit>. ill tliir imU', ceil, a, 1. H. fur 
" TtK'oins \ll.inf8." rt-ad " Alkin*." 
P, r.(lH, 1. Ill, for •• Sir Edwurd Al- 

iinp«." rrftd " Alkins." 
P.i«lt. I. 2^. mtl Sir HoWrt Alkin?, 
hp ». Loiiiss-Miirjpirrim. d.-»u}tlit<T 
••f Sir (irnrp- C-irlcrrt. Ut Imrt. and 
attnl uf Nir (••'uru;« Carlcrel, 3rd 
bAfl. nud l»l Lord Ciu-tvirt. (and not 
Miter}. 

■• liOH, ttotft to I. 0. Under Ihp bend 
of AikioA rnitiUy. iu l^T)i;tMiiil. iidd, 
Thrr* is a MJ^S- iii'iliKrrf of tin* At- 
Lin* of YrlTi-rlon, Norfolk, jii llie 
H«ririiinr<illL-t'tii>ii.ilriliA)t MiiHC'iiin. 
AIm> ndd. Itirti.ird Atkiiiit, e»q. of 
Gfr^ji U«Tkluimpiiteiu], Hfru, wis 
tatlivr of Sir l)r-(iry Atkind. M. D. 
«b(t Wtt olTrrrd Isl IjnrU. |uit>>nl liy 
JlHr* I. nnd lir, li_v liit< wife. Mary, 
ilAagUu-r of Ttioiima PiK«>'. «"!■ nf 
I>odd^ri«li HhII, Riu^ka, wae fp-aTid- 
(nlki-r '•! ."^ir Kirlinrd Atkins, created 
• iMnmct t(f/J, who dtTVAsinK in 
IfMk, WM yrral-itn-rtl-nrandrnllitr of 
Sir Ricljdnl \lkii>j, ili<- IJlli iKirt. 
nkn d. in IT.'ilt !:•<-•- Hi kkf's Ustinet 
tint li. >,,„.-.„! )l,...>nrln^i). From 
iti< - of tliis family 

Nil! 109 of Atkins, and 

n( Iheir reLaUrrs nnnxTouv iiiltfr- 
atanuRrf, Uutv c»n hr no doubt hut 
til wen? *[iriiiiu from titi! Cilouce*- 
irrvtiJn- and Momnoutlidbire family 

P. 5», wl. 1, 1. 00. Thf O'SuIlivTin- 
Kcarr (ihr O'SuIUvaiis dcKccndcd 
fmm Oliol Olhini. Kinf; of Munsttcr, 
iu Ibro »i-f»nd rpntury). and wrro 
KJiiff* of Ucitru niid ILmiry, nod 
Mr- ' ' 'I ilcm^cniliint 

■■r r I flfsiinind, 

lln; Ml, KutlrrA, 

li^ rii^i'S, Lord* 

K' - uf SLotnond, 

|h '- of CluiiriiMrdc, 

Ml - - ' * of l>c»tm>iid, 

%l*Cartb>. >lorf. and nUncnrtby, 
oImI i*ir<>iit:l< Joan FiU Mnurirc) lift 
iltr. r). dju){lit«<r of Tlio- 

Hi.i 1 Kt-rry, ntul Lady Ito- 

«ar* CiUfivruld, 4lc«cendi-d from 



Iliitiiidirpy di' Dobuii.cim) r,li7^lK'lh, 
dau^blcr uf Kbuuin L nf Eni;l»niL 

P. 609. col. I, L 1^, for " lo Kjclmrd. 
of Uatlyandrcii, nuar Doneriilc," add 
" and of Maliow." 

P. MO, col 1. I. 33, for" Copstoan," 
rend " Copstowu." 

P. sen, COL I, I. a in nolo, for " Balty- 
buinan,'' reml *' llallybiiniaii." 

P. &G9, col. -2, 1. 6, for " Jane Purtlon. 
eldeat daagbtcr," rvad " third daugh- 
ter." 

P. 6G0, col. 2, 1. IB, for '* cldtjt sou of 
JuM-ph Gukbins, c«q. of uf' mnare 
Cattle," read " eldest «on by second 
wife." 

P. A70, col. 1,1. -23, add to the i»iic of 
Kobert Atkins, of Wnlrr|iark. two 
dBU)(litrr8, bid ci^'lieirt, a lliird daugh- 
Icr m. lo Itichard Diinecombe, esq. 
of Erprgrnen. near (Tork. 

P. 670,col.'J,l. 18. KoBEKTMtNMrr, 
cwi- (fatlipr uf Mre. Atkius), fli. Jam*, 
dauglilcr o( — Ki-nl, psq. (sislcr of 
Prisvillii, nifr of .lobii Canlrn, CS4|. 
of Toinplenmrf, in the county of 
Tipperan.'. ^' at- fcrand father of .Sir 
J. C. CanU'ii, bnrt.) and dyin^ Ulsl 
May, I'tm. hvhnd issue by berlhrve 
suiia and four iliiughttrK, \iz. 

1. John Miintitt, esq, of Knygli 
Castle. Sic. in tlic county urTip- 
|>ernr>-. m. Mnry.dnagbUrr of — 
Gubbins, vm. of Kilfrusb, in tlir 
county nf Limtrick, mid wait 
Ihroutch hit cldegi dtiu^bter and 
CO* hi' in' S8. Mar>', STaiHirathi^r of 
Mars Hastings, wife of her cou- 
rin, Itobcrt Atkins, caq. of Fir- 
vilk', 9IO ihuit Mrfl. Atltins be- 
came Ibe re [1 re sen tali »c of tho 
eldest branch of th« .Minnilt fn- 
mily. 

3, Robert Minnilt, m. Ann, dan. 
And co-lifirces ofth« Rev. Pmil 
J)uc]o»(nii eminent French tmii- 
gii), rector of Kathdowney, 
Queen's county, and by her wa« 
Krriil-|;rnndfiillicr of Ihc present 
Robert Miiinttl,*^]. of Annnheg, 
in the county of Tipperary, jus- 
tice of the peace. 

.1. Caleb Miunilt, murdered in 
1707, unmarried. 

4. flaniiah Miniiitl,wifeof Charles 

AtLino, esq. 

A> Abijirail .Vlinnitl.wife of Edward 
Despard.esq. ofCranegh, King's 
county (eldest eon and heir of 
William l>ejipard, esq. of Cool- 
bally, Sic.) he H. t: p. in I7H», 
ntid l(-n i#»ue. William and Hea- 
ther IK'Spnrd. 



n 



ALTERATIONS AND ADDmONS. 



a. Onwt MUsitJII, M- in llriirv 
Pflcldiar, aaq. of^hnonon H«li. 
ill tlie couoly of Tipprmrjr, and 

had iwup. 
7. Mnrttii Minnitt, manird four 
liiiir*. her Inat liufebaDd «ru Col- 
Icrtur Powi-ll, (if Limcrii-k, nnd 

Puwrll, mu|. (nilti iiumfTon* 
oiIicrd(*ttcoii4lMi)U,ftitton){at whom 
lire Kyre and Cnlch Fowell. 
ru]».) M-)in miirniHl lliv Lady A. 
8l^At^o^d,ttll|1^tllv^oftll(■ Eitrl of 
Aldbnrfni\;li. 
P. 670. col. 2, T. 01. for " ElUnbeth, 
fjaly rbild of Jacob ithiKrvw," read 
" oiilj rhitd Viy finsl wiff." 
P. a7». rol. I. I, Vi. The niiitor* of 
Mr». Aikiitti, Ibe dnuebtm niiil ro- 
brln of WiuriN Uifkf. r>(|, of 
BNlUIioy.iQ thf county of Tijipcrnry^ 
wrre, 

I. i»nt, m. %a Sir Chrbtoplipr 
Muagniv«, bnrt. In the county of 
Cork, nod wai motbcr of. intn 
<i/i«f, 8ir Hk-bnrd. prr»i.'iil b»rl. 

II. Anno ti»r«rrf. m. — flAnli*. r«q. 
of llalliiinrurra Mouiu*, jo ibe 
county of CorV, (iiid bad luae, 
John (y^hn m. bin fint coiuln. 
pVnnc. dnnKbtrr of Sir Cliriilo- 
pbrr Mii!>t;rq«r. bnrljnnd Hrri- 
ry P- diirdi'. wbo m. f_'iilbprinr. 
daiieblfr of t^ir Edward Hoiirr, 
barl. of Annabel, in the conntv 
ofLork. 

III. A daiigbltr. m. to B. W- H. 
jAclLt^in, c«i|. nf Camtir Virw, In 
tbff county of Cork, and had onr 
dAuubtr-r, S:ir«b, difd urini. 

P. a7I. cof, I. 1. M, for •' ElixolM-lh rf. 
nmnrrtcd," rpad" Eli7Jib«-lh liiini;. " 

P. ATI. cut. 'i. 1.7. John Dobb*. of 
kfallow, fathrr of Mrs. Plii»b« Al- 
klfu. «nu rldr«i irmndeon of Dobba, 
of Cnstir I>obb>. in lltr county of 
AntHm. Tlir IVibb»*f.»miI> b«««'fn'- 

Jufiilty rLjir«wiit'-d that rnuiily. 
In. Alkiii' w»fi d'-*c<-nd(-il from llir 
K» ■ - iftc, Murrijt. imd Trn- 

Tt • •>f tbo county of Cork, 

an-^iti iln ;roni I>»-»on. 

P. a? I. ml i. 1 .17. Mra. ltmgro*p 
Atkint hrtd a tislrr, nifr of MaM«>y 
RjTm, rM|. of C^Aillc Janr, in the 
county of Linirrick, ahe waa klao a 
Brvl rooain of Admtnl Sir John Cul- 
pov*. he- 

P. Om. rol. I. I. V3, for ■• thr rldral 
dauKblrr of irolunrl Nutl«l Grvt-iir," 
rrnd "Suiuin, rld):«ldAUKbirr,"&o. 

P. 673, col. I. I. -in. To ihf i»aur of 
Thomnf Alkin* >ind Ufrlba of Liu- 
trr)!. M]d. a dNii((bter. wife of Tb» 
ni«a NkbniMD, raq. firftl coutin of 



Sir C. II. O. Jtfpb*nn, bart. M. P. ni 

Mnllow Cnallp. 
P. r)72, rol. I. I. M. Tbc i*»ue of Tbij 
maa GrUton ja tnL'orrtrtly vtAtrd, il 
f bould bnvc Ik-i-ii. and baa iwur no* 
living, opr ton and Avr dangbtci 
Ti*. 

1. Ro1>frl-Rin^(u«13el«foin,M.P^ 

2. Eliu-^. flfliton, m. to Pnicl 
While, csi]. 

3. Snmh CrUtun. 

4. LoiMftii J. S. (IpUioh. 
Al Man^rlln (Iclstou. 
6. Nannettr (irlfton. 

P. 672. col, I. \.m. M«rv AtkiM ^ 
[lUcrd na if alio wcrn * tlAittchh'r M 
(ieUlun, tn5trad of a sinter of Mi 
Gflilon. 

P. &7% tTol. % 1. 128. Etoaaor t>ri 
r^'H^ waa «i. to thr Rrv Robert Mln-1 
nitt, of Blnckforl. in thr rounty 
Tip|MT«ry, (nrtor of Tall n, ia tJiOj 
couiitv of rUn*), hrr coBnin. and M 
to U'illiam Minnotl. rf^.a* i* itjit'd.l 

P. &7'i. col, 2. I. 68. for " MarRBfct,] 
dmiirbl'.r of lln> Kcr. RoV-rt Min- 
nrlt," rend " MatEan-l. titter of 
Uf\. Hiilxjrl Miunitt." 

P.&73.C01. 1. l.3B,for'*M*Ir«," 
•• Dowcll." 

P u7.-», col. 3. 1. 26 and 20. for " Ct 
nnckatotru/'tFail ■' r*i>rm nek 'town.* 

P. .'i7-l. rol. 1, 1. 7 of note. for**StrpbrB 
\V.-til>,iria, tMi." rrod " Slcphrn W«|- 
kiiiaon, (•«<|.' 

P. 674, col. 2. 1. 'IS. Mary Ha<tiii(» ii:1 

f laced uutofilK-linp. and lookaoiom' 
!i,r II »i»ii-r of John, nnd not bla dan J 
na a1i« wna, and brralatrr alto |»lac«dj 
wrong. 

CALDWEIt,. or LiNLCV WfWD. 

P. 6(»H. Tbr crrtl of thr Caldwell Ai-I 
mily U a lion ruorbnul " arf." nai\ 
•* azurr." n« rrroneou»ly printrd. 

Hnnc, n| Poll: lIoRC— Som^ dctnEIian 
added rraprcliiiK tb<! brnnch of KiU>«iUtt-J 

HAM. 

P. 712. WiLUAM t.* Ilaitt. e«i|. of Hal 
IvihcUnc, In the couaiv of W*\fard, «, 
/ohaDBa, de Kupr, (Rora*,) Lady of Dcl- 
Irgrowe, and dyiag liefurv ItKtt, was t. bj 
bia brolbrr. 

Hr.xar ir llnnr, r*r- fn 

rutsini; numry for ■' ml 

Thomood, and OTonri ; : ^..i, im] 

1376. Ilia dcaccndiuil 

Riciunii ll»flf.. etq. of BsllyabalaD, hi] 
the barony of .Sbelmalivr. in 1671. 
daugbter of Nichnliu Fin Henry, etc^rtli] 
llamn of Kilkevan, and widow of WtUiai 
Neville. CM), of Anibroaetown, and Kad' 
aiDonnt olbera, 

NictloLJi, biaheir 

Walter, w. a daa^btcr of Tnlbol. e«q. 



ALTERATION'S AND AUDITIONS. 



XXI 



Mkcwtor of tbe TnlboU of Castle 
Talbot. «nd Ivrt with others, 
PuiLir, of whom iircseally. 
lie • ' ' 

S>' IE, (>M). b«ld Bfttlyihelane, 

kc. - ^- the rhicfry of a red rore to 

Uor> <re; m. Apmstaccdiiu^hter 

•fSu .'^ ...^ Ucvtrcux,k.iit.l>y C«thfriiie, 

ttrt of Sir RicltarU If Pwr, seventh 

rnrrtLTliinore. aod <f. in 1613, leaving 

,>^ liii made over hi« eatatei to 

I Killsultaghan. 

tbc-11*, m. Nicholas Hore, esq. of 

Pole Hore. 

of Nicholas, 
loKR, fn\. of KillnlliiKhan CasIIc, 
'uBie eeantr of Dublin, wiu srcn^tary to 
Sir Henry Wjillop, aod Jiis deputy payma«- 
'; /i(i|iiiinlr>l in I.VlV (crAnd sencf- 
|l»t> fouiity of Wexford, and hiid 
of thr mnnortf of KiU«iillaphfin niid 
CMtlrLoDck. ill the tuunlyor Uubtin ; Cnr- 
lia. UflUtniuLtillrrv, Skulrisb, Kildonnn, 
<M &'iU\ni«k.arn<^. in the ctmiity of Wpx- 
fiftl. ('jt'Ii'i irhrry, ill the county of Kil- 
tuv li And Castterirkard, in ihe 

tmir.\ >ili. He fN. Alison. iiuui;hter 

M llrnry CuMck. esq. sister of CcL-iliii, 
»ife of Cbri»lo[ihcr St Lawrrnco, tvrenty- 
fm Uard Manlh. nnd it '24lh Jan. 1631, 
bavWi? ••iili fct'»fT'»l iithcr children, 



n of bone in tb«) county 

■il V\ li LI .^^ . 

Mary. m. Itichard, sou and brir of 
John Kiugliia. esq. of WestpaiUtoa. 
1b the county of Dublin, nnd Eliza- 
txttfa, daugbler of 8ir Chrisinpher 
Banirwall, knt. nf Turvcy- Dis se- 
mad wife waa Fllicr, tlaughter of 
Rcytnuml Burlkf. LoHD LfiiTKin. 

AliiV.M. FraDCta,don of Sir Christopher 
SMankett. of Duniot;hly Castle, and 
biT/tfur of ihu faniuuii Colonel Rich- 
ar ' ' ', Uent-gen. of tlie C«- 

Piiiur lluj;t.. .4^. of Killsalla|;ban. boro 
HW. higb AberifT of the coontj' of Dublin 
a WW. In lan, (the year afttrr Iht in- 
•MTTclioa of like " mere lri»b." in UUter.) 
kivaar-'-; "' •' " -i^nf^ninary procla- 
■alioB t. : H, who were sup- 

pHlK4bi il" M -■• ,^. u ■i">igai of txlirpatinff 
(ha CBtkoUca of Irvlaod. and appropriating 
ttrtr giTMi estatea, by the rebel parlianieni 
if BaBlaod. to fly with bts family from his 
•«l tmnu Dublin, to the rcfu|^ of hi? kins- 
■u'* lawaJc of Poifl Hore, in Ifac county of 
WtaUofJ. Killt«)lBKhan was then seised 
ibe [nsarireuta, being " a place of 
Mn-nn^he," but they were driven from 



pleutifol pillage, and see then they roarched 
to Rslowth." 

He was attainted for havini; fled, out- 
lawed, and his e«tati>s griinli-d by the lords 
justices to two knightx of ihe Scotch and 
puritan party ; two days iifier his attainder, 
be ai^^ned the roll of tlic Uoly Catholir CoD- 
fcdcrnttun, swearing to uphold the CituvrN 
and hi» rfligion ; he uiust hnve been no in- 
COttSidtrable partinu), fur thirteen of the 
principal ^untlemen of his name followed 
him in taking the loyal and solemn oaths of 
the great Caiholic cause. 

Ho was otK> of the sixers of the cele- 
hrated Reinoostrance to tbi; king, against 
tbe act!< of the puritanical };overQDicnt of 
Iri-hmd ; was chosen receiver of thr money 
subsoribed for tho purpose of curryinjj; oD 
th^ defence of the Confeder.ttt^Si was elected 
PitF-sioKNT of their first council, held in 
August. 1643, at Wexford: is placed se- 
venth in a list of the supreme council sitting 
at Kilkenny the following month ; and was 
chosen to serve in severul genem) BMem- 
blies. 

He m. 3Dd May, IfilK, Mary, dau(;bleror 
John Baihe.esq.ofDrumcondraHall.ifl the 
couuly of Dublin, by Jauet, daughter of 
Thomas Dillon, esq. chief Justice of Con- 
nought, ancestor of Lord Clonbrock. She 
died in IGA?, be in ItHfi, leaving (bc»idc9 
four others), 
Philip. 
Walter, 

Mar^', HI. Edwurd ButJer, esq. of Ho- 
oeyhore. iu ihc county of Wexford, 
grandson of Pierce, Baron of Kayer, 
and eldest brother of Colonul Sir 
Walter Butler, knight of that shire, 
and lord lieutenant of Ihe county in 
1680. 
Philip Hohr. esq. (. 1025, after bis 
father's death, hud a uomtnisrion as cap> 
tiiin to raise a fool coinpauy for the confe- 
derates. On the usurpation bis estates 
were seized by Cromwell in consequence of 
his having fought on tlie royal side, in oppo- 
sition to tlie rebellious parliamfiot, and tbe 
murderer* of his king. 

On the Kestoniiiuii, it was found that tho 
new proprietors ill Ireland, the chief strengtll 
of Cromwell's army, were too powerful to 
he dispossessed, nnd the art of oblivion was 
not extended to that kingdom. Conse- 
quently, on the plea of Ihe attainder of 
164'i. his estates were bestowed on Sir 
George Lane. (ViscouutLanesborongh,) and 
a clause wns inserted in tbe act of settle- 
ment, that Ihe King's tide wvt to be found 



to Mr. Horc*e lands ! but he wiib great dif- 
ficulty and expense, and after many audi- 
'l<ib of Ormood at the bead of 1 ences of Ihe case at the prit-)* council at 
iti look Ihe castle, and having Whitehall, (at which the Duke of Tyrcon- 
'■"_.] tiibre that night, they " burnt nell was his advocate,) procurwl the jooa of 
Ml. Hore's houfe, where they found one-liall' Ihe {lossessionsofhjs father; and in 

c 



axB 



ALTEOATIONS AND ADDITIONS. 



I6(KI, obulaed > paleal for 4,fT73 kcn* fn 
Ibe coonty of Vi'exfoM, tnd l.4av la Um 
vOKDty of Dublin. 

If- .^1.. .„ ^n^ of iii, nrnoriBlc to 
Ct< ' ]<illhiigrou.Jlwobircted 

to I. .. I>^a^ ao Ir'ant i« IMl, 

ui ' : I ir £'■'*' ti) y^^f' -All wu »tile( 

lie ' ' aUDOtft of hi* power fortber 

tmA pnmam km nigeaiy'i iabatMi, in oppo* 
■Mo* lo tbf popf'> puado. wbow excooH 
■mnieftti I dnwn from Ibe cbartli 

ioot ill ^^ :..r wbicb br waa partJCB- 

larly excumuiuuib^icd ; aod ibal ihf^ pnsi' 
MOoaWBt of lib claioM wM tn r«K"^ ^bat 
M look MMac Jncoii«ulrrablv piuaiic« of 
hod ia CoMUughl from the Baorjwtt powers, 
which be wma Deccantaled to taLo or to 
ii|«r»r," 

lltf dlnl at Ballyrbro^ (now Hrll/rvor) 
in IAHI. IvATinfC bv Klt''i>, dauKblnr of Sir 
Ut-oricc Calvert, fint Lord Ualtimarc, (luicj 
«r Orvcc, wifr of l<ir Kobcrt Talbot, bort. 
brolhvr of lb« Dukr u( Tyrcoo" 1.) 

I. Omtc*. 

II. Manew, a raptatii in AVay Jamks's 
nmy. 

1. Margani, at. IfKb DwcvAbvr, 1681, 
inauia, ton and lirlr of Coloocl Ni- 
ebolao Derercnx, of Baloiapr. by 
Jaiw, aanl of the Qru Vwcounl Lof- 

tUR. 

II. Eu-KK. m. Im Ma). 107.1, Chriiifiaa 
Itorr, CM], of Urtnagh. Bomnnuni, 
and Edrrminr. lo tbe county of 
Wnford, and bt-came hrtivfa to tbe 
Inr^co rvtaln of bcr fiinily. He H. 
fn 10H7, IravInK co-brtroM* to bi* 
inimruMpro|icrtjr, amoontingtomoro 
tbati 40^100 acru, vix. 

1. Catbcrinn Borr, ebriaten^d 8rd 

|l«T<*mbrr, IffTA. 
3. CtotiUb tkirr, m. Sir PniocU 
Euataire, bart. ftrrnndiy, Micbael 
PHraona, tnu). uf Tomdttffc. 

3. Rllf>n I)t>rr, m. in I7tl7, Tbomaa, 
aacciliir of Sir John Fitx Gerald. 
bnrt. <aee Ui'EUK'k Fttraat.) 
wbo now wi aa oawM Btliyibnlaa. 

4. BaHwra Borr, m. ia ITW, Rigbt 



Hoo. Kkbard TIghr, (mc vol 
iil.p.&13). 
&. Endlta Borr. at. in 17U6, Ed- 
ward LoTFtL r«q. of Driotfb. 
A. Eapbmiw B«irr. m. in 1711 
O*orfr Himgliton.raq. of Borr~ 
mollll^ and of Kllllhorp Manor. 
RotUodsbim. U.P. for FeUar4 
■ad ClDnniBM. Sbo waa Um 
bcaolifnl Mn. Uooj^toa to trbom 
Pran Sw ifi addretoVd aome una 
lory Uiwra, 

Oeokor Hohk, raq. of H^'-' (mU 

Irrwnnlt BrtlfTirw.) and I re- 

ccifrd a pardon from CiKaLr* li, m 1070^' 
for bsTing killed Edward, aon nf Sir Ed- 
wunl Fitc ilarris. bnrl. in a duel: waa 
ttirnfd M. P. fur Taghmin in IfWU. aa ' 
Pole llorr." wbirb i-ntali' he bad diafWlO- 
•eased hu couvin I'btlip oi. wbrn a minnr* 
Tbcrc wm only leaca families in all I 
land tbnl rctnraod lo naay or iheir na 
to ibia parliament na Ibe Horv family 
He M. I»t March. lirTH. Flranor. dau] 
of — Maateraoo, vm\. and a daughter 
lulward Bullrr. fir*t Viacouot Gal 
He wat attaitilt'd iii 1090. and foil 
Jahu II. into Prance, died ntSuU* 
leaving 

Pmiiip Hori!, wboarrrrd ia the fa 
Iriali Itricadr, 
P.7ld. Thomaa Iticiinrds,enq. of Ratb- 
avpeck. m. in 1080, Jane, oobcinru of ih« 
but of the ancient family of Code, of Cape- 
town, and Ratbnspeck. In ibr cuunU 
Wexford. Her anirr. \n»v. m. in 
ifae Rrv. TbainaB liniitniry, of Ral 
nhoar dBUKtiler, .'iuiie, ai. Coloiirl W 
Hore, of ilariiemtowii, aa in paK^ 71ft. 
P. 7Ifl. E*twArd <V>mrrfonl, eaq. of 
Ian. a mrmber of thr tJrnpral AaM-robly of 
('onfrdpralf Catbolir«ni Kilkenny, in \fH7, 
waa anonMor of ibe Ihiiheu of Wbnrtoa. 
wlf« to the oelrbraled l>ulk.c. 

P. 712. SMt •' Pcdi^reaa and Ueotain 
of ibo Horr and Hoore fnttUy," piiatod bv 
Sir Kkbard Honra, bart 
P. 790. Udy Amt Horv, dM in lan. 



i 



ISTORY OF THE COMMONERS 



OF 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 



BARNEUY, OF BROCKHAMPTON. 

BARNEBY, JOHN. oiq. uf Brookhampton. in the county of Hereford, h. 20th 
(vrtober, and baptiwd t>»ere ^6th December, 1799, ftucceeded his father lltli Feb- 

•rr. I*t7 
>! t ^. ^ho in chairmui of the qnarlir wrbi mii. n deputy Uentcnnnt, und cap- 

fefoixj mititu, was elected M.P. for Druitwich in IS35. 

Dr. Nanh, in liis liislory of Wnrcestcr- 
vhirr, vnl, ), p. 110, iirl. " niK-lcpltoii," Iih« 
Uir fnllnniii^ itoti^ n')>p<\-liiii; tJtt> llariiehyA: 
" Mr. Ifaliiiigdtin says tlii« fitniily cunic ori- 
(titiuUy from Yorkaliirc. Riid if eo were 
probably u youo^cr bniiicb of <b'- juk-ii-bI 
fniiiily uf BHrnl>>, uf nnrit))> Ilnll. in llic 
pnri»b uf Cfilthuine. ill tite Eii^i Itidiii)^ of 
(Itdl fouuty, nherc lht>y cottliuui'd lo UouruJi 
till ibe Inst c«ulur)', wheu Uiey expired In 
co-heir«."" 

TlioMjK Uarnbb^, of budlow, in Shrop- 
shire. lriro»urpr lo A'iii/y Edmakd IV. nt 
Ihc hnltle of Towlon. wh«frr lie wns slain 
on Palm SunditVi H61. He m. Ifabflla. 
daughl«r and liHrt-M of Thomas H'Mt- 

* fW fcDo«iaf linfniKil n( ■ t>^i!f"^' (v^ oM i^I^. ui>on )in|itf alxnit tlip time uf Kii;^«aiTn) in 

te paVMMMM fA )utiit llariirlij, ruj. iit' llrocLi^ninftnn would np]H*ar to roniitvoiinri' Uii« f)U]>[>o«i(tl>n ; 

I Ap pM^mla of tW (.'vtliFp »f Antn ilu n»i corroborate it, actt i* it known from whnt ftutiioiii^ it 

MyltiiL ll CUB4i«U uTTitly uf i)m> t>nu> ijxil liue widi tliv nmiJit npiicndnl in i-aRh lirtjornL 

1 1H<l fMVt M Inra nff, liut (hr :inD>i iif KmrnMiy [hi. u /imi foxHinl j><Tr<funi (vikwh ll^riv ri<>tibf)| 

r^lif dhaa» of Duiby of I.'«xi:iitr;o. iu tlil- couuly nf Vuik (nrj;. tArra cUrt rvntU IraetH in iJw 

«^ |A« wtmM— I wUt, >« • fl>t*J "J i^» wvenri, iWrr* muiUn (if itt Jtrtt'] rvauaa, from wbicb 

iW'i<i— I pwof di m fnllowi : _ 

kftanl Dsnialp;, Lsnt of DvBMbjr C a m H-p Alice, djof^btvi to Sir Hichard Hopion, of Swynerton, 





a m Uy Alice, 

I in \oflubir*, km. Ar^. a cImiv. 



T^^M Dmfcy. Lofd of Dvadty C«t«U= 
Jata llwMfcT. Leni af lUrmb* C 



£ttiab«tJ). daiigbter io Jobn Miw-tbuD, eaq. Qiivtwiy, 
ks. >ul uy. lo l«t a aeiu-dMjr*. or. 



of «J 

I UKttb 



dxaghutr to Sir TbomM Cmutbible. knU Barnr 
«Jt nr sad *t. in rhivf • crwcent |fu. Addnl. iit 
UHttboi haudi " Mia. SaltuutKll." 



RMarf Pwiti . dw ImI or diMl tMjnv.-rUxKghttf to lluinrrv I.ainiiig, 9»i\. " Ai^. gouitr de nag 
LMd of fimMbv r«*i»D, t 



prap«!T. 



IKBY. Ul' BaOC:KllAMPTON. 



pvmvr,* nf Ihr Hull alius tbr llill, in Uic 
|Mimlj of llcK-kli'lun. W (»rcr«I»-r»liiri', rr- 
crlvrr to Ittrtianl DiiVe of Yorl. for xUt- 
e«rUlom of Mnrrli, and wrb futhi-r of 

M'ltxuH Uah^kbt. of tbi* Hull or IU1I. 
wito Wfdilcd II tlnuifhU'r of Dclnnu-rt; , Ix^rd 
of Wf.M>«lli]tiuiituit, in tlir pariah of Little 
Hrtrfuril, ai>n liitil a *oii itiid fiticrCMnr, 

Ji>M\ tiAMXk.tiv, nf thf llill, H-lio m. Ca- 
llirriot*. dauglittr of Martrn of IlervFord- 
attire, wliow artiif werv, "or, three ban 
1^." Ilia ton, 

TlioHAA li4K<«r.BV.oftbr Hill, in WorrM- 
Irraliire, wbo Kttles Innds liy drrd 30t]i 



Jonoary. 1555 (rr rriit. Jokit Hanehy dr 
JirnckhamptHn \, martird Jnycr^ danKlllOT 
and titrir of W altrr Acton, of Atioo, in tko 
parish of Umbrrslcy, party to tbe M>lttenNaC»| 
BJid had iisnc, 

RiciuaP, hi* licir. 
John, nnrnrii twconi) iti tlie fnt*il of 
3flili Januarv, l.%55, imt in tlrr llarl. 
MSS. No. 15eJfl(llM' ViBil of \Von:e»- 
Icnliire, l-WW), mid tbcrefore pce- 
luBicd to Im* thvti tlrnd. 
Thonrna, nuord ihinl in the rnUil nf 
1555. ur<.ur> also tti Ihr V tail of l5lK«. 
Hilt diiiiKhtr nnd hrirttsa, 



TlkaMM Bariuby. ••((^Lgey, daofhtar to Sir Jofan Conian, of Kant, kai. " Or. ■ OHoaob ■».* 
Jabn Bamafaj, »M).'T^aB«, daagbtar to Jobs Cowlay. " Arj;. a chi>r, hetw. tUtM buQa' bMda t 



■Daq^ilar (4 Dohnar, I^nnl nf Wundliantna and l.it<iU ll«T*furd. 
Harr}- ntboly of itz or aad (nba. ' , 



John Uanabjr. oiq 



■■yiDaiiglHar 



■nd aoltf hair to Whii|^vo. •• Aa. a tnMa voldad or. ofaarBV^J 
willi four clNtTronH* pi." 



Thooaa Bamabj. aai}.^Daagbl«r and bmr tA Arlin of Acbm. in OnH^ajr'a pariah. " Qm 
I rber. botwcfii llirra eiiU{urf<Mb k%.'' 

lUcliaKt Darmbj, vwiq-MBry, tb« aldaat danghtpr and eo-hair nr Ahyagtua of Broeantoo, [llncb- 



:j 



banplon] •«). Aiy. oo a brnd gu. tluva Mflaa di^layad «*• 



AnMBolad^ad. 



noban Uaratb}'. ra()--,-K«(bariD» Sponer. of l^augblon. in tli« county of II«nte4. 

TbonM lUraaby. twi^MEItHbHh lupin. daoKtipr of William InjttWB, aati. of Earlaa Coart. i« tl«a 

CO. of n'nrc«at<>f. Ann* QiM bwIm). 



* Smao^ Cba )«ad« aMiwirad «l or ihaai ibn 
tfaaaof tha tnuTiaf^ of Hbitfrnnivn wa§ ib» lunt- 
■Up of I jy aWta, in Wn]|MT llnndtpil, rdnrrminc 
wbub wa tbt foUowinjC liMda in bkmni'B DdSS. 
Cenaeliana for llaratbrdabirv, aana ItiTA i 

** Dia VAmm via. ifi Jnlij aniM 4 £d«r. 4. Jo- 
kaaaea Dekbay capii 4* UnniiiM) d« Laatraa luiam 
parcaUaoi da t«m da tarria DamiBiralibaa ja- 
ceQlam ■■ I* llnlrratN £*ld nii|M>r in xaaura 
Rubardi Cocfea dp VV btl*. TanrDd. Roddiind. iada 
ym aao. si' ad diww aani tanainua ibidam naaataa 
m. wamm ikaemn babilaa pm nwidM DoMiai ht 
UtU, M. ftlteh«Ua Snima^. aaottn cvria at 
mlia aarviua tod* debita, nt hot DoikIbm fidoU- 
uli>nL lu tnt MioWdlm. Itareaby IXtmintiada 
l.aaij«« H|[ill(im nunim pr— autihua B|i[mui.'' 
Panaa Dalahay d* <^iitntiii>. 

CottMmiiig tbM naoor af tayawra. Bloiint. alW 
•MiKtka paaaaMOia of it ftm lb* ttairnf llooma- 



4agr, ttnh-' 

wm» lonl- 
Sa> 

Wbn 

lla^b*-, , 
cwUof Ik't 



An.rw«fda Iba OtJamarM 
t In Wbttpasn and 
nf band M llaorribo 

' Am uiilo tba UtJa aod eujm 



^vldantlT bf «<> "abl* to 

l»»Tiir.t luni, til . maniutr 

fif i ^ (o pHTlaiu to 

Ua ' -r IJaatbo. aud 

■at to liH' It^abif vt tliv Latt>'n,' 



" Aa onu iha porchaae which ib# a«id WWt- 
gnava and Bunaby aiada of all tbm U 
t«naairota which ino aaid L>aluHrr* hntl 
tba lordabip of tha LMtm tba aid Wl 
and [taraahrbaaaadaiaadbrtooeeupyaadl 
Uumi aftfr iba tvoor and aflWt of the aridaan ' 
aaalnl. under tb* «<al »f anaa of tba mid Dal» 
mtrtr." i'lmpa Jnha Mvaaby mil. 

llie roIl<min|; dMnl, In t>M |K)iaaaakn af Jabs 
Uantpby, vw). (ttk'U) illuatn»ta« tba flHUty i^a*> 
aMoim about tba tni-' ' ..ttntitbi 

" U Jan. 1 «•) '1 Nafy 

lltoaiM Harnabyp, m •- iMgan*. 

Jovm. bii w\(r.' and Rirhard PariM by a (mm 
bnr afifiarvDi of thr taid Tbottiaa), aaa Hanr, 
"ifr-. am p«nif« to a fin* >if lands in Hidl. Atfna, 
OidaIrii [iJRdMaalftT], IVrortwHcb. ijmxrn, HmiIi. 
WfiRUio, llidlamari- ' < rooilMlar, Mokife 

Km. kyvwllon |K>' ^'kUaaw IStM^ 

blUal, UaUhctM^bb-i. i ».»<., NMbOt WbyK 
VtaekMoB, Bfurhhavpton. VShylboraa, WoaA. 
md», IlyrobbopM. riKiHfWtra. WynlacnAa. Wmjp._ 
BtifbrtI, llnxl K av p«, Hnuui^nl [ llnoiyard^ 

'■ i'->ni'^«'i ;iJa><, B-trA {Art* fcvrjt«fM 
i|»f niynii^'anf » ipJTfw. U BrwUk, I 
■ i[rrr>.vil. and Radnor, aHllrd tn (vttaui 
(hftralN HMMlMMd. Wiadw lUAanl, tha aoa mi4 
baU. tba JaUowtof aou aw uawd ia tba avUl 
m U» (bIkmltHt acdai: John, TboOHk Cb w<»,j 
WOUon. lad AutbMty." 



BARNEDY. OF BROCKHAMPTON. 



MS*, wm* wifp i.f GuyrKc Coiiincs- 
tty, of NffDr SulliTs, in 81in>»- 

Ckvlrt. natunl fourtb ia the eabtit of 
J66&; iKtt in ih* tUit of 1609, and 
Chrrrforr prctunied w ItK tlit-n d«ad. 

WdUks. Damei] fi/ili iu ibe riiUil uf 
15&&; DOf ill Uk- riaiU o( iUX), ui<l 
UwrBfoTf prrHUDieil b« he thrn dend. 

A«litoaj'. aamrd •ixiL in i|ip cuCuI of 
U0& ; Mxan sImi jti the vitli. of 1500. 

•W»rt# ( KCltlliT of tllL'tu Witllifl tl|« 

]mmff<-i (.i.r..;i l.ijt Iwlh iu Uic vi«- 
Ui "-siuucil to btf born 

CatWtiDr, wilie of — Slmngc, of Gloa- 
coivnhir*. 
y4«ae, B. to Gilbert M»<ylr. 
F Att«r« w l<rtt. U} Jolut CoitinKiby, of 

N' • -: srcoodly, to ilt;iiry 

3c inef^lU' ; nml.lliirdly, 

lo ^;r I f Jill t? Krttldi), krit. 
[fUaabrtli, M. to TliOQiAi WbrttWr, of 
LdimIoii. 
TiMftu B^rathj, yrhote will w&» proved at 
BuvTord 1871-2, llmirr, Utrtfvrd Wdl 
()0m). wtA t. by hU cldrftt Mn, 
I RtCBUlO BAHMtav, of Acton, ill Vtotef*- 

iKnMre, |Nui]t kt tiiv wtitt-iut'iit of l.'i^ 
■Wrria hr 1« dAMrriU^l mi mo itiid bt* ir ap- 
r«mrf of Ttuvu lUnKtbjp, hoA aIm tu that 
«( Ml Much. 3tt Elixabktii. (1600), in 
vWrh hr u mrtidoDi'd u of the Hull, sod 
ftm 4 »Jil'»«rr Hf m. Iirfore lu&'i, Miiry, 
cUotda:. TofKioluird llu- 

UapLoK,* um, in H>ri>^»il- 

■kbi. by > , JifbliTAiid heireM 

W Thooi I of Stocilun. and 

If hrr. ' '• Jitly, 1^74, and wiu 

W>nt Ai lia<l tMae. 

^^ I 
^^^B ) ' -M:i-il»«d ill the l^ttle- 

^^^K _ j:^i/.iaFTli H» «<'<-oud »on 

^^^H of KK.bjtrd Uiiriifhy, and ilit^n of 
^^^H Loiulun: AfliTKHnU of The llii), in 



* fW wtaaet biiMr^ 



^ 



■' ' ftmilr by the 

'iincdm, (ar- 

ftillsreh. ^^ 

taUAWrt9, BOW la t}>a (>omkmido of John ilurnr- 

ly, MM.) « p p * »i Ip barf* rijnauO>d of nt)«-(hird 

ppt of biwUMMiU in UrooinH, Brocldimmp- 

Stuckum. Kuabulum, Winli-r- 



•HI, CterlfO**. w<l t 
-gii 'it Md in W.^ 



^, 



riford, llraaif- 

I mill, ill tlif 
: I !h.r.l 




' wi'r' III rvjciianl iinrDt'iir, 

'■nwfef wai ' liuont imd 

I te Olivia u. I I iim, l^wMkui, 



ll'ickl^ton. By tbat deed tbt* laiidi 
ill Slm^ktoii iuid Kiinbtilluit witi^ vn- 
tMilcd uu liim, itiid br fu^rred M liix;!) 
RbfTifT uf Wnirefterfbire in lfK>5. 
Ik' w. iinit, Itridgrt, dau^btcr of — 
Tolvtfy, in Kent : ond. secondly, Am- 
|)byli», dnu};btcr of Sir John Lyllel- 
lon, of KrunkU-y. By the foriiKT. 
wbo di^ in I0U7, Eiiid nas buried a( 
Bocklclun, be bud i»i)ir, 

I. Jolm, bapt. nl llocklfton 12tb 
July, and buried tlicre 7lb Au- 
gtuL 1&U7. 
Z Anthony, bnpt. at BockleloD 
13th July, nod buried tbcro 7lh 
August, 150". 
3. Jobii.oflbc Hill, living in 1034; 
m. Katli.iriur, p Id est daughter of 
Sir Thomju CornMrall, Baron of 
Burford, aod dyiuK in MArch, 
ItSHMO. *TU buried ol BocLle- 
ton. bis will being pruvrd at 
Htreford in that >fiir. He bad 
issue. 

JoiiK(Sir). knt. oi the Htll, 
hnpt. at DorJilrton 3rd May, 
\&i\ ; m. Gr^t, Mary, daugh- 
ter uf Williiim Nicbok'tts, 
esq. uf Hojilciti SulliTK ; iiml, 
srcondly. Juditli, d.iii);bter 
and beirof George Vuugban, 
<M(|. of Canon Pion, and 
widow of Walter Boaker- 
ville. eaq. and of WilliotB 
Loc-hard. csq.of tbe Byk-tta. 
8ir Jubn Bnrneby, wbo nas 
lifin^r at Little Pion, in 
Hcrcfordntiir*!. aged aixly- 
oue iu 1682, di»l iu 1701, 
and was buried at Uocklc- 
lull t27lb AuKust. He bad 
Imuc, 

NICIIOI.KTTS, nf tbe Hill, 
bapl. at l)ock.le[on 32iid 
April. IG44,;i);vd (birty- 



Gaf^e ; wd Jan*, first, Ednrard Stonfurd, of Roir- 
by, Asd nlVnrarda — Bn^i«, of tlw r>nuntv of 
Salcip. < I Naab'« Worc«at*r, &tte. Hflbinffdoa 
pedi^Tii«). TbMM thrM Isdin (as appears from 
lh« aauir* pnli^rpp) wvtv nciirtj oonDvrt'>d wiib 
th» ilafainfdon* of lliodlip, a fiimilv iWply im- 
pUcatrd ill tbp vuriunt plotA fui tlif rntluriili'iu »f 
tiie ('atl»obc n-liL,'iun m tb« titno of Kliiejiiii.th 
lUid Jauij I., oni- ol wbom, Edward, (tbuir Srst 
dtiisiii), ttn* DiivtitvJ fur Ilaliin^^n'* I'uiMpiinry 
in 154)6, uid lim brotlwr. TImriiu Hubiiigdoa, 
{lbi> c«l>'hrfttMl WotCMtertbirv aati>)ti«fy), liar> 
niwlr fsrajM'd •rilh Itii lifp fur runi'mlinif Gar- 
TMti, lh« pruviiicUl of ibv Jcnuils. and Oldconl* 
nnriibvr .1. -'. > ...U |in«iri at lliutllip), 

attortbx ii 1''>0.t. ()iLnit>ti wna 

ax>«utt>U .. ^ . -r ia London, and Old- 

i-oTii HI WoKWArr. hui hy tlip iDtKrecwidn of liii 
■Ttfu'a faibBT (Lord Miwl«y> be waa huuaelf ir- 
pOETod and pajd uB gd. lb. MU. 



BARItCBV. OP BROCKfUMFTOir. 



dwa OS* of hi* M^Jc*- 
l^'l jaidar»of A* ptmem 

Mf WvnminMifc. Ik 
w. brforr A* v-bit of 
liMZ. A aw, <> t k lL r 

«r Sir n >mo« cinm«. 

tot. of KmIn,i«8ol«tt. 
«M> W Am ■■iliii M 
O uiB tj ffy, mmi iCctf in 

JoliB. btfit. at BocLlctM 
3lTh ApHt IM.S. li>iBK 
■ Din. ftjrrO alonit ihirty- 
ftrtrn III I6KJ; i/. -^Ift 
Hc-pUaibrr, I7|ii. 

Pnacu, hapc. at llocLle- 
%m 90ft Jolx. 1<M7. 
prw— 1< to b« 4rad ai 
tfw tiiM of the vuit. 

of lana, « be i> not 

named. 

M«r> , twpL at Docklptvo 
34tli May, 1643 : w. tn 
TkcnDU Hrrritif^ioo, 
rtq. of Lin]« PioD. ui 
H»T»'furJ«hir^. 

Ad(i>-, b«|ii. ni ItnckMoB 

ttOiAu^uAi.iniH: living 

aom. in Uihr2. 

OnWii. bfipL ill itocLtrlon 

MthNmrmWr. )t;:j6:bur»e4 

ill inju, 
Ut. rn-ju. 

Atiiir, marrird in Ireland. 

CMlterlnr. 

Joirr. 

Sarah. Knjit Xnh Ati|;ttfl.10M. 

I r-'.l». iMj.r. s-hi. IU27; m. 

to Jf)hii riullip*, of BOT- 

foTtl. in Sitlri(i. 

M»r11u, b«pL 4l)i JuDf. inV. 

Rluahrih.liTincunni.in KtMl. 

4. William, ii«int^l in ittc lint\. 

MSS.amn, fii, 17, «» McondMib. 

ij«t. Uir Vl'illiani mIiu vri-ur> ia 

tb» H'N.klf-lou lli-KiRtt-r. uli>> Ii«d 

K Hlf'. I'ti/.itirlh, and Uir Tol- 

la« i),ioba,ha|it.aCnd 

<>- M. CharlM, bapt. 

UW. J..!.*^. KCKf. and Msr^ry. 
lupL JUt Monli. IIKM. 
I, Mary, hiitii- ■« B«cllr|oo I2tii 
Jul]. l/Uf? . Iwini nt ibr •anK' 
tJRir KJib Jolin aod Aitilumy : 
m. In Julio L'omvall, aaii. of 
Urrriniiinn. 
nu Tboiii*>. nanif-d tn Ikr rnUil of 

an Euuiitru ai ihrD iUti4. 
«. JouiA. \ all named ia ftw ^lal- 

M. EtVii. } r.tti..:. ^f Wonaatnw 

III. V i.iW. 

• V. 1 iirriAiuiina: 

m, -JSiU Apnl. lOkm, to Charin Pbil- 



Up«. p«t. T^fa CUaaWdi b o^ 
uw a m awd »o W *— lehltf of 
Bancby. af Actoft. 

Borilato* ■« ika <A Pa wfai , a«4 <. by 

bb rUral •««. 

Ritarar B«a«> I . iLv 

arttlciBcal nf tlu- I.iw- 

toa, to llcnfordf ttr- , '^i «>■ aiirr* 
of Btoctbaftow. Hi ftr aawr coaaly. 
M. KmibtffiM. daagbtn- of — Spooarr, 
Lnrton. aad 4yiaff to Maj. MM, "tratp- 
narint vl frrtar." (Braaifm. Bag.). Uift a 
•DO and ancrvaaor, 

Thokak llaa%UlT. r«q. of BffoabbaMp- 
to«, witb wboM dke viMUtioa of Urraferd- 
ahirr of 1(H3 coBuacocra, and wbav mbm* 
ocean for £07 to Iba catol^pn of llw ^ilr y 
of ibal cxmaiy wbo c aw u B aw i f J far tkwtt 
rftotta in lOUi. Hr ai. RUaabHfc. daaicli* 
Irrof William |aicraaK.eaq.ar earraCoart. 
id St. Jnlin's. Bcdoardto*. WorcMHiibii-e, 
and bad i**u«, 

I. JoHS. bi* hrlr. 

It. Naiunrl. bapt XMi AamuU 1017; 

borird %!nd Octabrr. I ACL 
lit. Tbomaa. bapUftb Marrb. tOIS-tV; 

rf. unt- '-' »"»«. 

rv. W I ' Jobu'«. to Brdwar^ 

dine, ;< alrr. bapt.at BrocL- 

ham)>ton /ilb I>r<mbrr. Ifl34: at. 
KiiubrUi. dautrbirr of Acfam. of 
UourtoD, and bad ii io r, 
John, dif-il Kian^. 
WtUtom. 
Jaaxv. bapl. at St. John's *nb No- 

rtinhrr. Ifl77. 
Elinbrlti, who iataiilMw^ tn ba«« 
marrifd Mr. M- >' tie 

caiinfvof York. B' -ted 

,.- ' •innl iii<- iirti jtrns 

t FH ibr lottrr*. fl«c 



( 

i 



■ 1 Il4. 



\1 



ItrrotbcT 

i lu JuM-pb 

ntr»tt**r nf 
I of 



I'Lli- 

J»lu> I 

i>r lb- 

lirdbunr. 
rtorotby. ' 

Marv. n. to Joaapb Marrball, rtq. 
I. L'luabrtb. bapt. lOth Jamuni. 101^ 
I f I, M tfr of Tbofliaa Ooodrrv. of Hen- 
ford. 
It. Mnr>. b«p(. Dtb Ma>. 1090; aa. 
firnt. I'd FniKU WaUi-ff.of S(. Jaba'a, 
ill lb>iloanlirir I and. tccuadly. to 
Tbonin* Twtttjr. ivni. of Warc<vlvr. 
ill. Catharine, bapt. IVtli May. 1«S1 ; 
at. to John Noritrov*, af Utogtoa. Hi 
Hvrfifordabirr. 
Tbonna B«rn«by d. a1>out iW yt%t 1M% 
and waa «. by bb rldi^ aon, 
JoHM B«RHUT. ea^. of 



4 



BARNF.Uy. OF UROCKHAMPTON. 



^■icrilic^t to his feUlrniiMit IH-Torv tuarriaKc 
^ MHti Novrmbifr, 1041. »» mn nii<l lii-ir 
tf^mavmt of Tduniiu. mitl n<turiiMl uiitung 
die pcTMMi* quilibcil fur knighu of tlii* 
UtTf-ii Onk. in lontl. liU vtUU b«log valued 
_«t iTliKN) y,rr DHDUtD. Hi! m. fir«, Allc*-. 
' -<ilc li«*ir ut Rirliard StndU-y, 
., «Hi] hurl lt\ lipr (kthn wa^ 
ox ILrwnjrart! i:uli Augiut, 10G6.) six 
i^ aad Btc dBaKbUT*. viz. 

f> J«liii. bapi. at UruGkbnmpbui -ijitil 
AoKUit, IMS: i/. uniD. iK-t'orc ilu< 

« I .:" V''- ; 

ti. I. ! 14 Wir. 

III. i... .u..^. ■.•tt]]E uuin. in l(Ai3, 

IV. TiMiiM*. liklnt; luiui. iu KAi'l. 

». Wllli-t- -' ■ 

TI. Simij iiin. Id IOM. 

■I. Hmrj. 
m. Lrtttn-. 

lo. Clif^bi'tli, i/, anm. 

*. C'aTliarmit. rf. youtiK. 

y wtftlilc-il, MTODtily, Mary, 

'^ritnl ICo»don. tii(). of Kow- 

' tn; tit-in-M lo lier bro- 

liiid lij Ikt, who ditd In 

> in li}8;i : IN. to Tiniutlty 
I. '■ I' i-''- ('tmrt, 

»i . and »/. 

id ■■ -. >- itr liuB- 

U-i (.'•ttlivilrnl. 

r 1 inlii'c iif the poare 

1 lftH4, MlllI VVHS t. 



iiv, cttq. of llrockliamp- 

>. October. 1044, w])o >«. 

I Jun«. IQ7H), isabi^lla. 

I i» t^rliinfrp, <'8<|. of 

'' r*liiri-, >iiii| by Ikt 

li.iiii|)titti I'ttli Au- 

: I 'rlj ) ImiI (Kiue, 

biirX'd Ml UroclLluktajitoi), 

* ■inp, i.p, 

il at Hromjard, BgitU 



' l>r*9i'>illy. 

.jilt NotPQitxtr, lAHfW t^. 



Hi 

Jon-. 

Bilmnii'}. to ludvurdrr*. ba[it. nt Orom- 
>^- ' <)r. IttW: burir-d 13lb 

C» Hrw, M<irj.'litii[;h- 

i*^ but hud tiu ift«iip. 

' r at till- *iait.itiun 

Ih'Cf lubfr, 1707. 

1' V, (HI. of Lawtoii, in 

t^' <.>td, Kitli <ii)iL*r i^up, M 

SMB. 

B4«riMH«>MKw • K(cii.tiib Lltlev. 

K# 1-' •■■• nH inhrriuir 

of r iimUmal aa- 

ri-a: — ™ .- ... . i;* ». 

IIAV7. ha|it »nb Ausutt. Ifwe, d. «. p. 



Ricliard Banteby d. 14(li fVbrunry. I7I»- 
3(1, aired »evriiiy-iiix, imtl waft burjvd at 
Uroi'kliniii|tl<ii). Hi? third Bun. 

JitiiN ltAit\p.BY,«B(j. bapt. Bill May, I6M, 
d^luK ill I7*JC, !./>. deviaed lu« cstati^ to 
bu iiepbev'. 

B4iiriiHL(iiiit:«- RtciuHD Liitlkv, esq. 
will! HKMiined in vanMrqiieiu'e IIik miriiame 
and ariitn of llAnSt'.UY by ai:t of parliament 
in I7.'L^. Me in. nt Whitbounie *iUt Octo- 
ber, I7.V!, Uctly. daughter of John Free- 
man. <-m). uf iiuinKg. (tme toI. iii.J and by 
her (who dii'd Utb May, 17H6, aged QftyJ, 
had it>»(i(', 

I. Ji>ii\, lii^ Iii-ir, 

II. Philip, bupl. nt Urork.Iiampt'^ii dtJi 
Si'piPiiilrtT, 17*0, IftiP rt-cfiivpr-^eiii!- 
nil for the roiiiitv of lU-rt-'ford ; m. 
MI \Vorw8l.r 'UnU Manb, lbtl>. Ele- 
anor, sei.'oiHl dnu^hicr of William 
Lilly, of Wnrc<::ilcr, aud sister of 
Julin Lilly, iirt'bdfiicon and prthrn- 
dnry of ll<rn^ford, by nliooi be bad 
nil only d.'kughlcr, 

.\niic'. 

III. Liillcy, baptized at Brockbnnipton 
■J-Jiitl Oclobir. 1704. 

iv. Iticbitnl, bnpl. nt Brockbatuptoii 
2Ul March, I7f)l>. in Ibr law ; losidt-d 
at \Vor<'i'«^li*r ; m. Ht^tiy, sfvond dan. 
and L'o-hfir of — DnitKie, esq. and 
iiJL'c^ and d«'viBe« uf Hicbard-Swctft- 
111^- l>;iii]ii<'. e«(|. of Claler ParLt in 
H'-rclordtthirc. and had iisuc, 
Kicliard, in boly orders. 
Tbom««- 

£liz.ib«tb. m. at St. Nicholas, in 
Worcctftvr. 24tb April. Ih;12. to 
the Kev. John Ljtignrd.of Paunt- 
Ifv, iu tiloiict.'tftcr»tiin.>. 
Mary. 
V, Tboinas, in holy onler*. baptiz(>d at 
Broikluiniplon Hth Auguat, I77.'l. 
B. 1). formirly. ftllow of B. N C. 
Uxfurd, ret-lor uf Stepney, in Mid- 
dlcM'x. and uf Ednin Loach and Ted- 
slnni- Wnfn-. in tht counlics of Wor- 
ci'itUrr iiitd lliTi-iiinl. 

I. I'l' II till lie, liApt. at Bruckhampton 
•.il»i l)ii-.rmbc-r. 17.W: m. at Brom> 
yard '£2nd January. I7H3, Iu Thorns i 
NrwnhHni, I'sq- ul Uroiiduaa. 

II. Abigail, bapl.nl Bru<-kh>)mplou 3tai 
DcL-ciiibfr, 17(11 : it. nnm. and naa 
burifd nl Ihc xninu place Hlh July, 

MI. Btlty, > ,. , 

IV. Eliith. 5 •li'-d yo"np- 

Mr, BariK'hy , w hu n»it hi};h nhf rilf of Here- 
fonUhirr in I7:llf, d. "Jlit lluccinbcr. 17lSJ, 
aud HUH M. by biA sou. 

JiiiiN BtHM:UT, t?>q. uf Brurkhiiinplon. 
bapt. Ihrri' IGlli Uccnibrr, 17-^7, wuHflime 
captain in Ibv nnliliH, and hi^h «liL*riir of 
HcrvfonUblrrin 17ir7. Hrw.artii.<Ieorge'», 



BARNEBY, OF BROrKHAMrTOPJ. 



(InitghtTT iind mAtr )ieir n( Rohfrrt flulkfky, 

fMt. of Iliilkelrv, in Ctii-^litr'-, nnil hy Utr 

<wlioili<Hl at Uuclicaliill IHtli Jaiiunry.'irClOJ 

biul tnur, 

John, his beir. 

Williftin, h ItTth NoTrmbrr, thOI. 
Edmnml. b. I6lh |)pri<mbrr, 1HCK2. dp- 
Twee afhiit itn'Ht-unrlf Willium Hiff- 
ginson, mq. of Saltmnrfih. niintnnnl 
to wbMc will he hu tjikrn thf trxtn- 
lor*! nitmc. unil u the present Fit* 
DiltHl tlljn^nvnn, «K|. of Snltmurvh. 
Or wrvrd «» •liortlT for Uerffyrd- 
ihjfv ill IWH. 
Fliubrlh, tjurii nl l'xIiH<I|;f hriI rltri«- 
tftti'il Ml Itnw'kliiitiipton -, m. al Muft' 
IntHiiiii) ('))iir<-)i. I^nd'iri, 5lh Atij;iii"l. 
IfKM, to R.i<>'ri-ftii)(IuI|>h lMiilli|>|>«, 
Mq. of I<<iii|:nortli. in f Irrf fonlitltire. 
Mr*. Philli]i[M in tlrvi»rr uf Bnckrii- 
hill umlrr hi-r moMiM^R nil). 

Mr. Banipbir >/• in Ixtnilon lllh Frhruitry, 
1HI7, wu burird At Krockhnniptati, and t. 

hy hit t'ldvat «on. the v<''^'*«'tit Juti.\ Bau- 

NUiy, nq. of UnKkhan[)(oD. 

^rm*— Qnirtrrly. t«l «n(l Ith, sa. a lion 
pauant eunnlatil bftMvrn thrvr rttcalliips 
trfl. foe HtRNfUT ; 3liil Ml)(I .Ird, <(iinrtrrl). 
or bikI az. four lionn nini|>aiil riiiinti<r- 
ohangrd, to|(Tthcr with ii|miinU of forly 
<pnui<-riiig» chiefly broaghl in by Habingdon 
Blld Sliirlry 

Ctrtt— \ lion (lOiirtiAnt guardant aa. 

Mott» — VtrtutJ' tioti •I. 

£itatft~la llfffcfordahirc. 

Stat — BrockhnmiitoD, in firreronlalurc. 

frails tt lttllr{. 

Sir WiLxtAM Iatuit, knt. of Msnalow 
llall. in Shrnpvbirr*. m. J<iliarinu. dHtii;hlpr 
of Sir I'liiliji \uuti|f, of K'ntijii. nii<| Imtj 
l<M» *oh>, of nbiiin idc t-Mrr. Sir Philip 
Lotlay, kul. w>iti)<-tl Johuiihii, ilnii^jlilrr of 
Wltliam PackitiKton. uiitl tbr v<itiiit;rf, 

NiclloLAK Li'TtrV.MpouM'd Anor.iliin^li- 
t«r of WitliaiB UtlldoD, and wa* falbrr of 

WlilUM htTUtV, whom APicr.<laiLt>htiT 
of Rlduiril VaTfT, and «■>* ». by hi* -on. 

WlLtllM I.vritV. wliiifu- son and »iifr.-». 
■or (by SIblll. itliu^htfrur HiUiam Mi<-k<-9. 
of Dorlrrlon) wn.4 

WtiJ.(»M IjiTi.r.T, of Lutlcv, in Shrop. 
■hirr, mIki m. Jntintino, dAU|{litrr of John 
Iai-, and **aa litllirr (if 

Jiiiiv Lt'Tl.tY, wild m t^lienh^th. dAU(;h- 
tor and hrlr n)' Thotnyio <'nrtiln, hy l^lizn- 
liPtb hi* ttife, dau|[litrr aad c-o-h>>tr nf Gilr* 
PUiodc. of Alvrley, and had n ton and aar- 
•Maor. 

WtiiiAM Ll/TLrv, wbo m. Uiixabrlh, 
dauphtrr of 4vhu Bioglcy, tnU had laauc. 
Joim. 



Nicholas, who kft onf> son and a d«(i|tH- 
ler, rii. 
Thomaa, of Luilcy. at. Mary. dau. 
ttrr of Kotfcr WiiJhuuDP, of Ulap- 
well, in lierbyahire. 
EtiutK'th, M. to Haraphn-y Tenplc. 
Mary, mi. Io Thomas Haywanl. 
Joycr. 
RliMibrlh. 
Th« elder non, 

Joiir< 1,1 ii.t.T. f-aq. of Cosloo, in Salop, 
wcddt-d Kathfrinf, daufflitcr of M iUtnm 
Jtnki'ti, and had, with olhrr iunv. 

Rit-bdrd, IN. Jant', dHUglilir >>( William 
Fn^ltnh, and hnd, ntlh tJir«>f^ aona 
who tlifd ). ;/. iKu dautchti-ro. Mar- 
rart-t, m. to itror^;!' Jrtikra, of Wi>- 
lerton. and France, the wife ofTbo- 
tna* IJltlMun. 
Adah, orHhom prr*cntty. 
Marpirrt, m. In (trr^ory Moore. 
IKifOthy. m, (o — W rbh. 
Eliziiboth, Ml. 10 Hdhard Itrllm. 
The Bfcood aon, 

\b*H LrrtKY. of Bromacron, m. Glhta- 
brlh, t[ati|:h(tT of Kobcrt Cmaft. of Upton 
rrr>«i*l, In Salop, and had two aooa iod iA% 
d.-iuj*hlfra, vix. 

I, John, hia h^ir. 

II. Kohrrt, ut Htirwarton. m. Mary. 
daugbiiTuf rrniii'iit MoltiiiMl.atHJ had 
a aon, Thonin». iind a dauithUTt Anno. 

t. Maf7, m. to John Kufarll. 

II. Margorrl. ni. (o Thomaa Hoitton. oT 
Blltcrlry. 

III. Annr.'nr. to John Knigbl, of War< 
wick. 

IV. Cnthariuv. m. to Edward Price, oTl 
W.re. 

V. Cidlif. m. to Ororge Holtand, t4 
Ptirvluw. 

Tl. Johanna, m. to OUv«r Brlgp, of] 
Feynir*. 
The aon and auccewor, 

Jniii LtTt-rt. psq. of BnjmK-roft Cnatlr, 
m. Mwry, dmufchlrr of John I'arkingian. uf 
<Thivili-itfi-y f'lirbrll, and dyini* '• <"• i»"i>^ry, 
UM4, Irtl, with IwD other rl. ip, , 

of Hawuton, and Magdalvu. ^v ...m 

HvrioKton.of MolrhiLU.aaaD and •urcwaor. 

Adam Litlit, r*q. or Liniitn, in 8ali*p. 
>l%ly-aji y<*r» ••( »);p I'lh Ati|p»l. inrQ^ 
whowi-ddri] F-lir-nhrth, daii^blrrof WiUiaaa 
SJtnitb, of Whttihurrh, in Ik-fkahirv, ami 
had iuui; lUiitiini/iu^ w, hb Ki'ir : Tbuiiiaa. 
who m. KliKaU'ili U'iih«T»; Uror^a and 
Uary. Th*- rldr»l *an. 

BAKTiiiii-nHcw l^t'itrt. f^. of Lawtoa. 
I in l'£IU; ut. Mar^ari-t, das^htiY MM 

htirrna ill llrftivrt JrUkrN, rMf. Ol NcwhkU, 

in SnUtp, and had 
Piniif. tl - »"• 
Adam.v ' rRudaur.vfDwwtt- 

tOU, nil: ! ,-UI.'. 

Magdalrn. 



TAYLOR, OF CLIFTON. 



ir-t. m, to — llDWortli. of Here- 
f!i — Dntdnjn. 

PHIU)- L -•{. of UtMtOU. ». PvOtt- 

^j dmufU'Jt jua imr oC RirHinn Bak- 
ntsi. caq. of KrikckhAmpioti, iiii<J hud 

itake*. oi lawtoD died ogvd twcnty- 



DAitTiioLOMRW-HiriiARD, whoRMiinird 
the Hurnaine of Uakneby, nod wfi!i 
^rnndrHllit-r uf (lie preieul John 
l](ii\rBv, 1^1 M.P. 

|sa>>i-tln, m. to — (!|fmrtiU. r»c]. 

PfUflope, m. (o Kii'hard SitLiUT, i*»n. 
alderman of I^udoii, 

Hargaret.: 

Sarah. j 



uiiainrried. 



ee^ 



T^^^^/ 



TAYLOn, OF CLIFTON. 

TAYLOR. JOHN, esq. ofCUftoD, and of Huntly Lodge, Choltenliam, in ihe cotiDty 
of (tloticfyftUr, M.D. b. 3rd OrU.Wr, 1790, m. I7lti Oc- 
tober, Ittr2, Kliza Karham, diiu^^htfr of Rirhnrd MuMcy 
lianaard, esq. of MUkin Hoiine, Olamorg-oiuihire, and 
g^nuiddau^ter gf \ua ExceUency William Matthow Burt,* 
capuin ^neral and governor in chief of the leeward 
lalandd : by thJit lady Vr. Taylor haa issue, 

LucinA Ui!HT, m. 'Hlh Marcli. XHSU, to Uie Rev. Hrnry 

■» ^_'' I I SlmitHHiw. M.A. iirrljinilnryiof l*cdburj-, and rector of 

•^5''^^ I E<>t>'rt UU)iii]>, Ht^rrftiriUliiri*. wliu bus slncv llic di"<;PB»c 

%/^i^ • of liw latlit-r Inkru tht? Hiiditional miriiMiiif of Vigob, 

^ V ^ _ I and liB« usut. He in son of llie lale Vcueriihlp Arch- 

deac'oit Timothy Stouhuuix.' Vigor, grantljion of ^irjAmps 
Stouliouac, barl. aud ^rHiidaepht'w of the Iai*.' I^rd 
liisliop of Hereford, (lur a detailed account of Uie 
family uf StooUouBc, see BriiKE's Peerage *nd Btrmut- 
ape).' 
Eli/a LrrHKK.ni. 20tb Jane, 1K31, to Ufulenant rolotiet 
^Aniuel Mtif{bc«. CU. laltly coiniuaudio^ in the jtro- 
viiive of CuU'h, 1^8t lodiea, aud has iasuc. 

Dr. Taylor k diiClngttlibHl in tb« Acieoce of Medicine, and was formerly one of hia 
pmttu Majrsty'H Phynirians. Amon^t lh« many fiattering; proofs of universal respect 

* OwvUiBWl P*»T, wbiHw ifal «rH MaidpD F.nrlvi)(h, in Itcrkshiiv, n-as not nnlj urilialin|;uu]i<Nl 
yiA. kM eattManD^ uul by uantoifv cgiuiMtod with many Indlng ftmiU«s, On« of th« Burta w^- 
abl Wiaa ManM. «»d Wncw th« caiuwMlum nitli !^ir Cliiirh« Murf(«o, uf InMli-tpv, irbuw i]au)Hiter 
■mrf L«»4 Ivwiu^. Ili> rmc* ako marriMl Atinuml (Junib^rbuiil, wboM (utAr vrm Hm wiR' of Ui» 
Imi tn^wMvh iiiMkUa£k. GonwoM Dun wul hia lady wen alao clowJy connected willi du> VUccunt 
B«Ttart«ia vBd wtUi l.aily AAock, whoov (kaghtvr first mamnl Sir Gudfrity WcJuitpr, and sutixniuciilly 
Uai ff-r . (•*-- lU Hti'i Patngt ajuI BamMfa^r. aiuf f-anitv «f ("'orTiiii o^ JJrirUii//). II w Bz- 
lAary r>f«««ri ' .ily t» ha ajitioiatroeut iit th« Wnt Imlim, tkfi Iwrouf^tt uf Iteiiiliue in 
HrtvMsBt, In ■•ni h'> ima ntnst nctivH, nnd psjifnilril n vpry Inr^p siim ii|t«ti lb<> fortt* 
latfBBUi, wlM'b ' lid. for hii 9«rri<-i>B b« r«c«'i(i.'(l thflking't thuiVs uid lh< pro 
M^a/^a MMVKr. . V al W giirrmmrnl hrffirn it ffiu r(im]ilittr*t, llprm liM duightvr's 
«■■• *» uriMt'i •'» niiiTTifii •tirbsfd Ma«wy Itmavrd. n<) llutra U n wngolar circumMartM cod- 
wmtd milk Uvramor fhlft'a d»e«M», On ib« d«y iwelrcjai>nch iirocvdini;, h h« Ml at diaasf vitb a 
h^a f»*y ■* 1^ iinrmn u iufait llmue, bn laiil tlovrii lita knifF ami fnrii. aiu] iiHuiird if limy had amo 
*pi^i^ pi»* iDwanli Ufl prir*t« •putm^at, vboin, b«t rfoiftikH, bo knrw tu l>o di^d: bowrror. ba 
•<» nf^ii"* br h^( friroim, but od llie pkut uiuitcraary be ku foutul li&lvM in bi« mam, not having 
RBg Im I»- -■'•* bin for dinner. Mm. IWlcr't mother, aAfrwinU .Mrs. lUnjard. wta with 
bM la tW ' < kt tbo tiot*. Her ktubiiod, llicHAnn Sljuiv ll^fRAiib. ea^. an Iriabinao by 
kfl^aa4liir>^t 111 1.11 ■urriaKr . : ' ilt«ktn(;'sM>rTu«, residMlat MiiLiu Huuiu*, Glanwnvwiabira, 

MiWU tU safety of that ' i at ih^ (wnod ofhii d•^CMl94>. lli« fnnily was aacsoB oTlbe 

^Kd. ka4(b(ly bona* oi h . Lincuhubira, wbu-b u fully rrcimlri] in lb'i< nnveral viiftatlnna 



r Mbbc rarnnlat )l«<m mi'i aiiiJ n>-|>ljiMruf offict-rs wIiu hniti M\ si Hunkt^'it llilli '^randMin 

I Ma UKOMsrA. rw■^ rf l.-LiuT flill, liuMiii. IK jiboH rif Mu{;li Joaiu Manurd. vsq. tbo ip-Mit amy 

I -int iif Sir Ilirhnnl ilnmard, wli» KcrivM) IIkt liunour of koigb^ 

• t who avttlad ui Irr^nml. Major HanDird mtirrii-d, lintt, t.utiiaa, 

' « i_u f.tiTinn'j • !bc (•■ivprnor "f ih« I.rrwnrd UIukIb, and i»»*cuuiJiy, Lydia. 

' W itaaiil flmnaav' ^ 'ib. (ilnniorv^iiAluio, tun bul iHu*> only liy the fonuar. 

Baaftrtd dladaf cbu.'.. _, tuuranall) luucnitd.aadwaiiutcir*^ wilb intblary hvnoura 

I, «i KoMcs. Hia daughter. ti.u*-D«an«M, ai. aa in tba ImI, Iu Jhhm T4vliw,«m). U.U. 



TAYLOR. OF CLIFTON. 



iai,ill|Mn 1)0 btu gftiocil, wn rnnnol omit inentiDDin(|; the gmtifjing UmtfanODtal ha 
w e t irtJ sboat two jenn since by the public presentatioa id Bristol of •om« sptvndid 
pivoe* of plilv from thi? Duih^M of Kcni ami hb frivmU, bcwiDg a highly romftli- 
nootary inacripUoo, iui(i in which Dr. Taylor is Atyled " l*h(> I'oor Mad's Prirnid.** 
At tJte lut el&ctioB bt aServtX liiiuMlf m cuulitlftte for the rcpreaeutatiou of Poole, but 
ft Mrioui illaCM prevvfitcd bii Koini; to the poll. 



It ippemrs from the Tarioos rrrordii. Ibnl 
Ihis fiinnly un<{arstioni)il}' «lrri*rft frum lltr 
Knyol ll()ii>i> H of f-n^Lutil, Si-otlnnil, itiiil 
Fninr«',aiiil ttial lU aDi'i^li>r«, tlir (loiili ■)%)>, 
UAirntiYft, &.C. Mt-n- not morr distioiriiUlit'il 
for hi(;ti hirlli. t)iaii fur lirilltntit tiiltiit. tititl 
pulilK-BfmV»«. A itifinrkiiWvi'in'Oii'hUiiicc 

w/i'- '''il nitli il — A rylltit«"rol iI'-mthI 

iKii I ilie (in-nt Rrii>rnipr Lullir-r, 

but 1^„ ,1 uiii a iiiii»I [liniiA iiihI lAct'llt'iil 

ditiu<> of rlic t*liiiri 11 of Il'<mt>. K»ili<>r i'ltrk, 
couU-Mttt lo 111' Ci. it Pul( iiT Tii*i'itii\'. 

Dr. Trt>Ior i Md hrir 

oflti»ExreMri.. r-nn\. 

Oiivpni'ir of l*t*iii>> t*aii)ti. mi<i t '>i 

lu till- Limn iiF ('uiKY ill ihni <i .< il 

braiirJi of till- iinhir clmi aihI ihual litiu^- uf 
Gordon. Wt" »liiUI ihrrvfore caromcncv with 
u brirf tied b of lb<- Gordon raniily. uutil il 
tlJvniL-* in llir iintnrdiutr tint- ol Ta>lor. 

AllX.iMitR.-lnlF*'!! «i| III MrrvjwbfWr 
niolJirr w.Tn tbr PrircfT* Ji-.*ii, iliutj^lid-r nf 
J.tUl■^ I. KiiitiorSi'ulliimi, iind nbtj.tr >;raiiJ- 
llioUit-r Mn> Itaily Jatic UrAuforl, c!:iti){lilcr 
of John, firat Earl uf SomcrM't, 4iid ^r^ind- 
#M|bii-r of Jmiis of (j'tiAT). (lieil mib 
JkAonrr. \t>'£3-4, having hud, by thr Lidy 
Jpfin Ml-wotI hi* nifr, dnn^blrr v( John. 
I;iirl uf Albull. KTi-ril sons nnd d«iigbl«>rs: 
of thn formrr, 

JotiN, Lonl (Jordon. dlrd pUA patris, 

Irnvini; « son OkoRuE. who t, bb 

cTnndliither in the fiitrbl'jin of If util- 

Irj, nrd was anrrttur of llir IIike.s 

OrGOMDOK. (Hrr Itl KX»'t\ /Vrr«(/r.) 

WiU-lAU, UraniP Bi«ho)i of Abi-rdfi-n. 

Al-»AA\uia, wa« Ljiird of StralhhatPtt. 

IIk- sun, 

AtrxtsrirH fioatK)!i>. I^ird of Ktrnl- 
bsTpn. Mpddrd ih** yo«nt"- -" .'•■■'•Mcr of 
John t.*rniit, rtf (irjiitl, by I < wi(r, 

daU|[btrr iif Jobii, (lib' L : I .. and 

■fWidduoKbti'i of jobn. Kirl ••■ Alliol, nnd 
lailKDKins, Al.cxA%Dr.x uiil John. The 
vUer, 

Airti^orw flontM.i^i. rhangrd, a/W his 
fiitb- ' biiiO**<>F Stnthbatfii 

fur li vi. Iir m. n daughirr 

of Ui^ihic, ui Ilautr, but bntiiiK nn unly 
da(i|[litfr. 1k> Wasi. bt bi« brolbrr, 

J" I' ' ' " 11 ^ , who M, Marfia- 

n-t ' if <'ntK«lU»' nnd 

' ' 11111 iiii-i :x.>>-m:*: ibe <>ldr-r. Nir 

•niKJi*. MKtrrdFdalCu>T. wliilr 

■ ^-'r. 

JOHK UnRBOK. bcraNMr L*lrd of Tlrl»> 



mure, and mnnymg Gordon of Ltfinor'a 
daugbtiT. bad n ton, 

JniiN <iii|iiiOK, of PellAna, «bo patMHiaMi 
Bratrix, dnuRbtr-r of Sir Patrick Lndic, kuL. 
of rditif-, and hud a Jon, 

JiMiN Guiti>o\. of Abt-rdr^o if ho married 
fbrivttaii, duii);bu-i- of UolMTt Smith, raq. 
at)tt bnil II »ou. 

M^joti (>»\rn(i P«viiK'K Giilit)oN,a dfs- 
linpijfthrtl and uallnni oflii t-r u!i<i utTtml 
during tMrul> vi-um in tUv I i>fai 

of Foot, coraniuiily fJiMfd I> • re- 

ginx-iii, (rtvtriitlv ruitiiiL-indi'd by the Duke 
■if Gordon), and bri-nnic i'v<Mitiially Gmcrnor 
uf Prtiavhanin. fl" in. 3nl A|>ri), I6U6. 
(O.S ) r-»Un>i.ituughUT of William CUrk, 
CM). II.. I l.i\t, nnd slulrr el' Fatlirr 

Clrrk.' lo tlip King of Spain and 

(0 tbc (ir;iud Uiikr of Tuscany, and bad (with 
dlbcr JMiuc. who all tt. unm.) n dHU|;Mcr. 

PiniAOtLrm* Gmhixik. nantcd irum lb** 
pinii- of b^r iintitity. uliti br«'iiiiir ihi- br-ir- 
rfu, la«t «urTi«iir. and r<-pr«M-titatite uf hrr 
latuil). Tbi» bidy nt-ddrd 

CoiiiML Aniuiuu TAVLoit.t military 
H'rrvlary' to hrr (aibiT, aod the linral 6r~ 
srrndaiii of Grorgp Taylor, caq. of Derby - 
fthirr, n majpslriilr for that county* aitd 
MO CaAl Indiii mirrcbnol. Mrs. Taylor o«l- 
tivrd hiT biiAbaiid, whiMr drrraM) occWTrd 
in February, I77'i; and dird in lUth. 17tji 
Mari'b. I7UU, Icn\ing nn only son, 

John Ta\lor. i*>q. of the- Ctrrq*. Baib, 
nnd of OroB*rnor Place. L"" •■!«-, 

bratnl for bittalmr* a* an m' >di- 

ilii:, and ibr frirliil tif |J«iii;k, i.ii.txHi. 
Franklin, (^di-innii, and the ui)ii-r nju »m4 
lilt-ruli uf Ilia d;i\. Nuur of Mr. T.iylof'a 
i'X'|itliitf prodiuliuna werr cvi-r aobi.l but 
arc |irini.-ipa]ly iti ibc jKHM-ssionof hisdaujtb-i 
trr. Mr*. I'barlottc T>i>lor. and bi» |rBM(-i 
tuit. Dr. Tat Inr. Tlif-Sr splrudKl rfforta* 
am mvniioiird in " Uiiaipbr*; CliDkcr.'^ 



* Tlwr* «■■ ■ niTTi-DiKniddif* lMw«vn FatI 
Clz-rk "fill »ttt Fti-'m1i ff-lntm-^. mt tW rafJMt 

I < -11 



til t'lH I 

MrB. ( t 

t 11.' 
AraMii' ' 

tbtf 111* 



r.rr ■, int. »r» 
■ m asioo. 
rTrrwd ■mvily 
at It doM MM 



rofup^ur li'.iU i!t« trixtii, on 
in c«iik(drrsti(ia uf (>t>trm<ii (*i>- 
J Tmiw*"!. |tr*«nt«d by Dr.latior w>*Ji 



TAYLOR, OF CLIFTON. 



I 



' ly coainiriided li^ 
■ 'ii- U' \ ttirliitril 

. iiiiiA in 

••fc"' 1 rst lo uwUcc ilic rele- 

•h^' I ■•(. M Uuil tiiin! a Coo- 

Mr. Taylor m. 

ItclMTl-A. llllllglltLT 

ii i: it' Mylrs'^. in Es- 

*t. . }(), jiiiit hud, with 



B» ■ ' ""W. and hi* dcceiue 

fcdt ■ >lti iiii[>rr 'if ibnt 

iKf . . . ' T ti'- tuiiiBi- in 

Am tiVt Jolm • >'l *nb- 

Motiirf aeMrttcc i n were 

■Mvr Emfamed. bai bis rxctltfiKo its n 

iHlfr^r'' piifi''""" ^in Iki.; tt kt'owti (u the 

tme. Hi* 

!■»■ - tiiuir. wa» 

mb. :ii'jtii»lif(l for 

•rii-o III*' lulluwhi); lines 

«fr' III (farrit k iiiHtit ifeiiif; 

Mr. Iti^ '. '..1 li'-arinKM coanoi*- 

■■V Aeel. ' ' Jinrlif painteitjor 

TtO M« tlir ntMowf, joa wbo nn, 
iW Iflf pUii1«<d for ■ i^nllraiioi ! 
k ^Aisa. ncTMt gift of ll<-ai-«ii. 
(k A* kirwl ar*-' 

Wferh <vf>r%«, art'! •» tr *nf'%f u pftUI 

b 

Vm 

AaJ alttU uf'ii. I •ii"<> i'->'>'i '» ruin, 

(•!■« iB|idl'4 by bopra of ^in ) 

lU • .>*. «r.-, friciail, »Bid la]n> (by f«o. 

'P ' - >mii» nay yi*lu lo tlie* '. I 

M.b. ■(udyioi; mcili- 

' •■i.v-1 iiifi, iinil 

1.1*11 of 

I" - ihf, rm|. 

From liJA itiii- 

tfef»>' [iir4 Virar'u Hill, 

f Tr ]...>« r«f Inr. Mil, irf* ikft Cirmf, Utuli, on 
r^W ptcMfM. By thft B*r. lU (inrvit, 
■ ;lHO. 
imex u« tlw Mwa»«. l^ 




> ravM 



.■,lnri(. 



■Ill (■<»'», 

= '>od«. 
TtwW ffigli'd to tad 



1*4 I— |,i»iniiri Irdtuny t«ll, 



Hrnnpsliirr, loRctlior with nn nndividetl 
Bbnrt' iti tli? Aldcrlon [tnll and Hintnii Hall 
cstrtlps, in SiilTutk, wliti.li liiv family aflpr- 
wnnU BoUI. Or. Tiiylur m. 23nl Ffbriinry, 
17R9, Sarah, dau^hltrr of C'Aptuia Robbins, 
and bad, with junior i«ui*, 

John, hii bt-ir. 
Dr. Taylor died at bis hoiue in Bath Htb 
July, |h:{I>. and ivnn #. by )m I'tdest sou, the 
)irt>M.-nt Dr. T4^u>u, uf Clifton. 

Eutlrrr. of l^clra'fi. 

f jVojT rrprrsrnlnl iig JnflX F\SV, MO. of 
Hornulty, and John Taylok, ksij. M. I>. 
vj' VtiJioH.) 

Estublbhi'd in Hnfjland during the r«ifn 
of Hi'AUV VIII. mid ntidoultcdly lUliedto 
rhr rrli.-hrnl'.-d Rcfoniiur. tbc LulKcrs re- 
in.iitird M.'ul'*d ill E^scv for wnturies, iuter- 
fiiarryiii^ nitb the loading fnmilirs of that 
L'aiHiiy, represe tiling it in pnrlinitient, and 
cxcrc-irijii^ pnraniouni influetuw in iu local 
povpninient-" Like to many other great 
l^uiiilies wbo formerly adoriit'd tbf coutitrv, 
and iiueftt-sscd great fvrny and pos^fgalons, 
tlie liouM- of Liillirr, in ihi.' imilr line, U 
MOW no more, nllboiigli ibe rcpri-afntalion ij 
at prL-«rni vi-Att'd in Mr. Fatik, of Wonn»- 
Icy. and Ur. Taylou, of Clifton. 

The briiil of (lie family at the cIo«e o( 
th» Kilb wnlury, 

RiciiAKu Lt'itiF.K, eiM).orMyle8*i,ia Es- 
sex, wiia fatb*^r of 

A^Tll^^T Litiieh, esq. wlio inberiltrd 
ll(C onlitte in Ui'AO, and i/. in Wi<ld, leaving, 
by Jniir Uh nift\ oldest daii^liler of GJIlM-rt 
ArniArrong, eH<). ttvo ronn and one dniigbirr, 
Jniif, m. in t^7 lo Edtrnnl K<iil);e, e^^, of 
<ircat Warley, in Esuex. (Sec Hl'Dur., of 
EvEMiAW.) The elder H>n. 

RicHiHi) Li'THh.it,eM|.of Mylr«'«,w(>dded 
ItcliciTn, daiii>blrruf Fdward Itnd^, exj. of 
London, nod il. about tbt! loar Hi»N,Ii<aviR^ 
u'iih n daugbtcr, Jtine, »i. tr> Jobn Luther, 
esq. of Sntlon, a son and 8urce»»or, 

Edwihd Ll'THEli, e»q. of Myles'«, Iiijjii 
nhrrifl' for Essex in 17UI, ivho m. Sarah, 



VV bvr" ret nnlbnn'd Ipm Ihoncand «wni/#ri dtnil i 
Tb^rv iIm luMfnii-, tb«> dMNt'h''. lh<> ;r«itr 
At /iifirv'i I'm!/ ill bii^^bl i)*»ttiMus.r tnnt, 
llro*o ihriicr wi> vim*" with ^iJ^itmry and »iiq*nM 
>'r»tab obircu wilb Cflt-stml •pU-udanr ri*e. 
Wliilal li*rr iiikI i/'ir'i niiiiiiuli' llie «vliaU>, 
Aiiit Willi itixir {niw'ifijl '-ti.\miiiTnn«pon tbetoul, 
Kr^ni iiBlutc, irt, and IniiLj's ru:b(-st ttOTfr, 
Tliiu Ta^tiirfrnint « fyU onLntm'ii brfbrr 1 

Oti. 10, i;;o. 

* Dnrioir ihi> ciTtl wai, tli« Lutb^r t'nniU ad* 
)i^rf>H *>iib devotion to t1m> ill-faii-d Biou>ri-.b, mhI 
tbi- n*nn* «f Tliomas I.iitliM i- (oiiiid SBKingM 
llin*.* ^Iniinrb ■iiiji]i«tHT». n) rmnlly. wbom Jt waa 
iotandcd to Uiw utivMed vnth Un hnigbtbaud at 
IW QmalOab. 



10 



TATLOR, OF CLIFTON. 



itniiichtrr of TboBM Dawtrey. rRq. of Ihxl- 
aitt^liarat (>M family of Uawfkii^) and wai 
>. by biii toil, 

Richard Ll-tiikb, p*q. of Mylr*'*, wlio 
M. Clmrlixtr, daughter i»l' iliigti Chnmbcr- 
Ira,* M. n. And hwl Uiue, 
JnMK, liU hrir. 

CHiRuirri!, 1H. to Ht:vRr Fane, r«j. 
of Wamwicy. brother of the Inlv Karl 
of WMUnoreUad. (St-e Bl'HKfc'a 
PtKllAOB.) 
RtarxcA, m. to John Taylor, eitq. of 
tb<- Circiu, Bath, aod of (>roav«-Dor 
Plart:. LuiiduD. 
Mr. Lalbrr divd nl Vicar's Hill ZRUi IV- 
crtnbt-r, 1707, «inil <ntui $. by bis only hoii, 

JoiiK Li'TliEH, pwi. of Myle*'s. who rr- 
l>rt^riit^4l the county of EaMU tii |iarlia- 
iiii'iit, after Olio uf tb« arverwt conttit* on 
ncord, wlikb ia staled to harr vrwil Mr. 
Latbcr £00,000. He m. LcTinn, dnucbter 
of ItrnnFl(AlriMnilrr) llr-niiFl,cR^. uf Wjlt- 
f^irr, and great ^ratnUUiugbltT of Sir Lrri* 
nun Brnufi, ul' lUbfAbani, in Canibriil^t- 
abirn, hut dyint; without imuc, tin- rt|kr<-»-n- 
talion of the ancient aud itiflut-iilial faintly 
of Lulbvr.oow vr#uio Jobo Fane, k*k\. and 
Jobs Taylor, M.l>. 



Datotrni. flf fRanr ]II«iH inb BaBlmtglinTil. 

0/K-*ifAJ"H.vTA>um,e»q.M.l>.ff/t/t/lt<m, 
l# mltm tk* Joint rrpreimtativt. 

The deaornt of tbe familr of Daartrf^, 
■aUiaiiUcalrd by llie atirenU tiaitaiioiia, in 



* CIU«*rrlni. »f AUtuM Halt, «<ul f/iafMi H«il. 
(Now ntp wol ad by Ma^w-itHaral tianJbmj 

llopUaa, John Faoa, mq. lad Jobs Tarior, 

AM). M.O.) 

Tba ftunily of CnAaaiaLsii, or aa It waa ut- 
dnUly wnlt«ii, ('rtAMakKUK anj ('lUMaaKiAm, 
boaa of itm> anit>itii(v, havinf; b«Mi aatllwl in 
Safblk 6w thi> (wrbHl of tli« cooqaaat. Dr. 
CbMDbarlcn *ria ■ pbyiiciui of l»iid(«, of ^rvat 
Miiaaae* about tba roan, •• phynciia to (^whii 
Amt. In bia Uat will and twnaawwit ha wunca 
hia wife aa tba Ltav Catwa, aid Malm iiwiali<Ni 
of lb* Cmnltm if Arran and tbr |)uk* mti 
DaftlMaa of f1arl:ir>|j;huD. Th^ nUlaa irf Aldrr- 
ton Kail, " 'i<r nany yaart 

<r«f« ib« >i , ial noi'tiM, uf 

Joba tayUit, ru|. mvi i.-<< >'rni .>>inti#7 llopkuia, 
have bean dbqwaad of. 

Dr. Cbaibafiaa «. dnt. Mary. '-<"t't« .nd 
Mia bair vT NatJMnial Uaeun. m>(. . H, 

bi (faff.itV !»*•" |>MU|(r«« of Nyaftd •,¥ 

Oil- ' mil wicondlT. !I1h>, tUui(t>W( of 

Kir > V*K<n, bwi. nf A»ton, (.h«^iir«, 

mt6 r«Ui't ni Mr .foba L'r*«ra. hat. of IKUnictoo, 
Bf ya Crat wif» ba laA tbra* lUnKhlart, bw «•- 
Mr*, ria. 

ll*)iT, 4 uam. 

Aaaa'UaBu, m. la iba lUcbt tlon. Edw«4 
Itapktta, uid dnaaa 4«N«Hla Uw bnihr 



drditcrd in an uninlerra|tCrd tlnr f^om 1%v 
CoNtit'tkT niitil il miTKra in Ibninf Li'ritiR, 
lUiU now bIao rr|irrMMitrd hy Johu F^ue, e*(), 
aiMl Dr. Taylor. KfW pedigre*-* .tri* fountlti 
on nui'b uiiqueattoiiahlc proof, itnd atill fi'wrr 
[ireti'Dt muri' litilttiiitt alliaiicra, or more 
uuifoTRily preserved ibcir atatiim. 

Jiiliii DR Alt* RirA, nbtAining by g\n 
from Jocelynff, uf I^uvniiie. the IBROOr ott 
Hrryn^baniorHarilham(tliencall«)d*HAin^l 
trky') RMoraad la unt- of the emrly Nor^ 
man rri|[ni tbe ■urnAme of Dcbaultrry, de 
Alta KiiMi, or Uawtrcy. lie waa t^rand- 
falht-r of 

JoscKLYKE pt ALTt RifA, who bad lira. 
iiot», namely. 

I. WiLLliM. who founded faay. IIm- 
RY II. the priory uf llwriiifCMrot 
rndowrd it M-iib iMin«idrrabla poaaaa* 
•iona.! Hia i^randdaugbter and b«lr- 

«u. 

Eva. weddMlSir Edward St. Jobs, 
Uviag fu tb« nHfnof EowardI.J 
wboav line eventually inerg<r4 
tbe family of Goring. 

II. JniiN. 
Front the acruad »on, 

JniiN nR llArt.TRlTY, lineally deaeendtd 
AsoHKw ntwTHrv, of tbe county of tfii»-| 
aex, who left by Alter, bit wife. ■ «biaaht 
of tbe ancient fiuutly uf Mill uf UnnpMilrv,' 
two »ona, 

I. JoKK (Sir), kn(. wbo rajkouai'il Joan. 
dnii|i;btiT and heir uf Frier S<:*rd»- 
villf, aud had an uuly dauKbtirr ud 
betrvM, Aline, tbe wife of Kir Jmiv 



of NortbeT Hopkina, oa« of wbon m. Mt« 
Taylor, of Uitrona. l «•• »nl. lil P. !<»>. 
Camtom, M. M in th» lait, lo Itioua* 
l.irraia, Mi|.|(ml graadbtbatuf l>r. Cay" 
lor of Clifton. | 

t Dm/^dait't Man^itiemn, la rMeDrdbtp tbf> Btmm' ' 
daitun u( lliTrrnjcbant prurry, hy Uii.titv Itiw. 
Tatv. lb« MootatieoB tbo« apaaka : "II 
word * Uip*.' w«» in Nannan writia^ 
nwsiit for ■ riTRi. without rvtvlin* la 
bank. '11m Ronaiu calird it * lUultny. 
was an acu'Jaut faaiilt uf knifcku. ownata i 
laoila IB Uii'wt pan*, aatl of fair poaMTMNMU 
iu lb* tiTj- biiauai of tba ' llib aDvan.' fra^ 
wbu.-l» tli«y louk tbatf oaiaa, and wtr rsttad 
' U* HauJlwy."* 

I fti/iaway aait Cartwr^'i Hmt.^S^M 
Thv intwraaatc dcaeanl waa w falbw* 
Jouda Hauifi7 

TboBua Dawny 

Jaha r>a«1rv 

I 

Jobo Dawt/j 

Jtim Uawtrv; 
ftBHTaw Uawtniy. 




Li. ciriff jmilce of iho Coart of 
C'» tirwth. (S«o vol. ill. p. 019.) 



nq. of Ppiwnnh, 

in 14U3, M. ImM. 

' tioBiJUi Wood, Blld 

.■ Wood. (TTBCQrer 

By hrr he 



■icr aad betr ' 

rf CafUad <«ii(p. Kiuuiiu 111. 

n» btfeer of 

.^ift J0MIW Dawtnty, of Moot Houbp, in 
rmrortb. hlicb •hirriff of Siuwx in \^J7, 
•W«. Juir. ridftt dauKbh-r ofSir KaJpb 
ftirttj.* kul. «aq, vfWittoii, of itii- liody to 

nnKI Vr - M'^'-'-ShirU-v.ufStiiun- 

lil Bar*!' ' tHL Fkhufrh), liv 

-. ■ ibimlitcr of sir 

Blnoal.t of I ■' ■■ 1 . rrfjianrtr of 
flmmmm^j, abd ii>i<-i -1 ^^ jlitr Ulount, 
Umi MlwiiQoy, uid liRd two 9oui and B 
Aniktn. Miiadc. nt. til John C'r*>«»wi'ller. 
Of ne Mm». li - Anilinny, becuine 

•fWomrt. in I. ' . and ibe elder, 

i JoMK Dahtulv. j. liu ffttlKr at Moor 
I. M>d WBi hiftb vbrriff id 1647. Hi! 
I, dsojibliT Riiil rt>-licir of Nicho- 
U MoofT, uf U K-tifi-rtI, in lUnipsIiire^aiid 
VM r. bj lit* Min, 

K'uiiiw DiHTRKY, (•sq. of Moor House, 

»l>Mr*e>d ft* ibvrifTof (he county in ISfiO, 

MihM<qnrkdy m» knixbl of tb« atiirc. 

■m. itmrf^tTtf danghi^r of Willinm Ho~ 

C. lEMj. of F.ltbjua. ia K<riit, and was «. by 

U 'sTRKt, riq. of Moor Itotian, 

Mbj; . ' irbo e«|)ou»cd I>orothy, dan. 

Ml w bai r ai Kichard Stooely. one of tbc 
Wknsf tbr ricbrqiirr, by Anoe, dnuEbter 
Mi a»-li>rir of Jrilut BriMtni'hr. eW|. bv Ellcti 
h« *{<•■, ilattfrblrr kod ctihfir of t-'rnncu 
Hi», And bad, Mitb a daujlilcr, 

km' hxiwb Sualny, of Lt'c I'Ince, 

li ftoi^^'^riu (am r/iL i. p. K>), ■ son and 



[B*' 



*- " ' 



r. Uw- 



... ._... Vt.of Moor Hotwc, 

.. Iitrrof Sir Dntiirl 

'I' RwRit, Jiiil;;e 

na. Ills «'ite, 

_ ' !. iLiin Aubrey, 

of l^e prr«riil iytt Tfaunia« 
tiTiTf uni\ waa faibrr of a 
'' Autbony Lulbcr, 
. .1. and n son, 



WiUM« DiMiikil, fe«Mi. of Moor lluiiae, 



I dM Sktrtrya lit. Taylor ia liaMltr 
am Am Fi .v... . ud tbroufti 

frDwiublJ 

f by kla AMCMt fr": u, I>r. Tarlor 

' iMHTH Imn tlto Kl>M ui IJctMAKfc, di« 

tff GwrB nd FkAMDRki, xiw Lj>i|i«rut 

tba flDyal Hnam of Oi'rivH, un<l 

of tW fr*«I Sj4U*a)l UkI l'artu;:ura« 

(Cm C ■<■>'■ Uulury of ib« iti^i at 



who espoused Amy, daoKhler of Jobn Slrtitt, 
esq. of Warlry Plac^, EJsacx, and bad iftsuc, 
TiiouA!:, bi» birtr. 
AiiHP.m.ln Jame» Pyrrol, e»q. of Norlh- 

leigh, in Oxfordiibire. : 
Amy, m. to Tbomas Uratwicke, ttt\. of 
Ham. 
Thr »an and mcccMor, 

Thi'Was Dawtbrt, eoq. of Moor Houie, 
ii) StiMrXt and Doddtnghurtti, in EMex, 
Urine in 1717. m. Barnh, only dau. and bvEr 
of William Urit^bl. es4]. of Talniach HkII, 
Essex, by Ssrab, bi» wife, dau^tcr ofHtu- 
ry North, esq. of Laxfit-ld. in Suffolk (tbe 
dir^rt drscftndant of Sir Hrnry North, of 
Mi]ilrnb.ill, fiecood ton of Kugrr, aet'oiid 
I^fd North) and by Iter, who H. in \&iQ, 
bad iMii)', 

WiLUAM, bis bfir. 

SiHitK, who m. Edward LuTHeit, P9q. 
of Mylfs's, in Ewex, aud bad witJi 
Other JMue, 

RiCHAHD Li'THCR, eventual Inhe- 
ritor of the Uawtret MtAtea. 
Mr. I>uwtrev was 1. by bis only son, 

WiLLMM briwiRt^T, esq. of Moor Houir 
and TlotlditighursI, who d. f. p. in l7dH, aud 
bcqiiMitlKtl Ilia estates to bis nepbi^w, 

KicHAHD Luther, esq. of Myles'n, in E»- 
»ex, who tn. Cbarlolto, daupbter of Hugh 
Cbatnberlen, Bl. D. and bad issue, 

JuilN, d. I. p. I.ltb January, 1786. 

ClURtoTTE, m. to Hfnrv F*st., eta. of 

Wonnslcy, brother to the Earl of 

Weitimorcland. and d, in London 

IKth April. 1768. tSee Bi'BEe's PtE«- 

AQE. 

Bebecca, last turvifor of tbe Luther 

family, m. at Clifton 4th Jtine, 1703, 
to John Tavi.o8. e»q. of the (Tircus, 
Itath, and of (irosrenor Place, I^on- 
don,&nd was (frandmolbi'rof the pre- 
leni Dr. TAVinn. of Clifton. She d. 
in 1821 at tlu- Hat W cll^. Bmtol. 
Mr. Lutheri/. at Vicars Hill 28tb Dicetn- 
bt-r, 17(17, and hi« widow at llath Ut Febru- 
ary, 1770. 

Armi — Quarterly : 1st, Erm. ou a chev. 
between three aQcbnni az. as many escal- 
lu|>s arg. forTAVUtii ; 2nd, iirg. two barsaa. 
in chief, three ruund buckle« ax, for LU' 
thp.r; 3rd, az. fin* fusels in Teas ar^. for 
iJiWTHKY ; 'Itb, az. tbree boars* hcad« era- 
sed or, for GoiiDoN : quiirtering tlie ensirua 
of many disUnguisbea families, including 
tboac of 

CiUHBERLCN.of Aldprtnn HaII,\ Siif- 
BiCON, of Friaton Hall, J folk, 

B.tCOM, of HtMCt, 

TiloKi'i:, 

(.^l ACLtDDt or Ql'ArLOUR, 

lit kiRToik.of Uucaln«liire, 

LOUIIAM, 

CuH&, ofSi-otlaud, 






M 



TIGHE, OF MITCHELSTOWN. 



of ijuuex. 



RilKlHT, or TnlatKcb lUll, 

Bu^i'M.MK, V of EascK, 
lltHfOk^. J 
Mmokc. of Wvcliford. 
\W>o(iirVV'nLir),Tr>-<i!iuiTruf Eiiglnnd. 
ItlvKH, iif Ri%rr VarV.. 

lll'»ET, > 

IiiilHilinff in ri{|(ht of hb wif« Uie mma of 
HABMUtiaDil Burl. 

Arif — A »ti)r]k )>pr. iu leg rcstiog on an 
■Dehor MX, 

jifn/ltf ~ Dum »iiifa t)ii-ro. 

iiitmltj — Tbc l'.iinil) fit Tiivtor hnil t-on- 
Mdcmblf gmutfl ot Uiid in Amirriai. whii-ti 
wrre af coursr forffilrii al Uic iodifpcn- 
denco, The t;n-u( cstiilt't <j( Itiv Lullu-r 
fHKiily (iilliiniiiirty •■iilxtlnl mii Hr- Tnylur) 
urv |irJaci{ially »ituitU-il in lln' cituiily "I ¥.*■ 
MX. Tlif iiii)(ul4rly f\(irw"eil »ill of ilu- 
Utc Jotiii hulhrr, tM\. of MyltiV, I'Mrrir* 

f proof of tUr iiiouiftiUr\ hi-lini^umltft wliitrli 
t wna proliftlily mnut*. Uriiis »r|i«mtcd 
from Kis wilu and having uo U«uc, lie 



ado|i(»^ )iiit iiP)>)ii-u', John Tnylnr, llir vm oi 
hU IflVQiiriti* aiMtT K<'b(r< ia, tml tlml icrutjr 
auw hnvin);: ollrndct) him. he h<-i|urnlhri) kU 
IKWMiiiflioiui.afU'rciiiiMdcmblelrCitcir*. (obiii 
privntr lulur. Dr. WutM>n. (ihr wtrll kuutrn 
Buhoit of LuMlafT), ttrid liix lioyockrcyer 
Mm. XVilliantfl, lir»l lo hi» uihrr ii«.>j>h«w, , 
Fmnc-iii, thr trrotut ion fif hi* ^inlrr. Mi 
Fmte, and iheti to the ttder sun Jobnj 
pAti*. i>»i). htil Uif itllJmHtf rcvrrviuo Im 
•irirtly riitnilrd on ihc "TtxnRa," »hoaj 
he dirci'U lo niixumr Ibrrrw ith thr niiRir Ui4 | 
MTtni of LiilhtT only y.-*>idr ally ronlcmp)Atin|[ 
thAt Ihlft hrancli of lii« faniily would prrpr- 
tunlr him. 

The t<ctitt« of Vionra Hill, lirijuciithiil Ia 
l>r. Tuylor'i father by Kiihnnl Luther. ( who 
■lied Ihere, bkvin;; r4-liiiqtii«h<.*d hi« cvlate of 
Myli-p Iu his vtti 111 hi« tiiitrriii;:i\ mu) lire 
iuU-rn-d lutilcr u hAit<li>omr mmtumi-Dt in 
the |iari«h rhunh i>f ItoUIrr). nua wilil by 
him lo t'ul. (?li-vrUi)iJ, am\ ihc fumilv hai) ~ 
9uhrtt^^ucii(ly di»)iu!«fii uf Ihrir uttiii«ldi'i 
niuiciy of Aldrrtoii lUII nod lliulori IIaII, 
8Dl1i>lk. ■■ vrr bt-forr iioticrd. 

Utnlrnee — lluntly Lndjfc, ChellenluOi. 



TIGHE, OF MITCHELSTOWN. 

TIGHli. KOBEKT MORGAN, wu]. of MitchoUiown, in the county of W««- 
Bwatt), horn Ipt July, I7f>n, a oio^istralo for thai comity, itiicccciird to ihc famil;f' 
Mtattt on the deeeHse of hb father in 18.15, m. \Hh July, lS.j(i, Knutrr*. yoangv«t 
(liQp'htvr of ilio Man. »nd Kj^bt Kvv. Tlioiuu St. I^wreoc*, Bikhop of Cork 
fiiiM, und oiecf of Willium, mcoihI Earl of Howtli. 

Mr. Mur^in Tiirbc u kIm rvpnucnUiirc (in ri}^l of liu mother) of th* fiunUy 
Uorgin, uf (\>tteUi«wn, county of Sligo. 

UiitMar. 

iii. p. AI3,| went intn Irrlninl m iht* n-ign of] 
C(Ultir» 11. lie m. ill llifil. Mi«K .Sl<-«raf, 
■iktrr ttf (irnrml Slrnnit* And uf l>r. J., 
Htrnrnr, l.onl lliiih(i|> of Cl<^hex, and h/] 
Iter hxid iuae. 

Km III 1(1', bi* iucccMor. 

8lnirnr, of CarrtcL, county of Wrat^ 

nruth. 
Aunr. m. )o i. Molatid, net. ^f (^ *''X| 

of Ilublio anil county of Kild&re. 
The elder mid, 

KoarKT Tr».tir, v**\. whn fturteedrd 
fflttuT io hi> r>iAlir» in \> r»|meiilb and 
low. punhflM-d Itie r«tnlc ni MilrhrUtowiii 
CntlfTuniii)rl«in,S<-urlii;:>>l»wn,Bndo(lMrl 
laiiila In the nfimry uf W <'»tLnralh, from 
kinRranu ihe Ri. linn. Rirhnrd Ti(fie. II* 
WM btirn in Ifi^i. uiid m. l\ "'"" 'T^ry. 
M-tcr uf tliir Hi. Hon. Nath '>ta. 

(fulher of Ibc fir^i I^.;-' ' ■-.■.. ty 

brr, nhii ilitd in l7H(i, 

I. iirtAnv, W [■ ,l„. .In 

in th< 

anr, IT ^i*i 

of Sir iobu Ofbofup. bori. o< Mi 



t^ 



Wj^^^ 






Tbia fnmfly waa of roowldrrable n*iia(r- 

. '' I's of Kullitnd, and rata- 

V prriod in ibr bundrrd 



thr • 

K-i--. . 

of KilPBttick, ronnly of ^^ 
1645, (brvlltrr of Ibr'alii. 

of Woodfiock, cottuiy uf kilkvmiy. 



TIOHE. OF MITCHEISTOWN. 



13 



I, iMtnly af Tipperiry, anit hitil 

tnicKT SnuiRR, of whom lirre- 
m(\rr. 

''. iTfli.rf. trro. 

t' uth Mill, roDiity of 

' tl lo hJAfn- 

<j1 ('arlow, 

''tfr of 

K. . . ... .. ,L,. . -i.-u-r of 

litlren King, hart, nnd Uy lur 

HiAttrri, niujor in ihr Wriitnieatlt 

lilitia, M. P. for ('jirrlck on 

innan at Uitr |)c>riutl of tht 

tVinM 'n IWKl. m. firpt, Fr«ncr», 

■I Itohtrt WiiHc, rsq, 

• tijr, rniiiilt vf Mr«tb ; 
1. 'v. Cliiirtoite, (Uiigli- 

• ' ? FctlicrsliHI, eiKj, of 
[iimi i^n n L".i*ll<.'.comitYof W eat- 

ilb/ (S(f vol, i |>.'()30|. 
■••■ — l-*rni)vi)t l)u|iLtn9. estj. 
II, crtiiiilj of Me»ll). 
2 i:.. ./I. Hrofy Danitrl. f«q. 

■ ■! N--wror*«l, couut/ of Weiit- 
jj« iiJi. 
3, Elnu. m. Jot-rph Morgan Daly, 
r^ rrf fnitir l>iilj". county of 

.1. Robi^rt- HrtfidMK^k 
TkiuiiU, v*t\. <tt \Vau>r«inwn, 
inty of Wr«tniral)i. 
ehanl, kiUrd at die «iese of Gllt- 
irmttMT. 

. l!>'njatnf» riutpniiill, of 
■if Wriltiiriilli. au(] 
(if llitr Uli> Sir llcn- 
. Btid of th<- pn-M-nt 

> <.i|in>«ii, imrt. of Ktl- 

loa CAftlr. 
TicW died in 1700; and was «. by liU 

'RT 5tt»w\t Tfi-.nf. p"(i. bnni ."Jrd 
rt >inly 

\U,r- 

[4^i>i; .kO. -iud of 

.'. nnd bv 

atcJ Isih h'ebcuur). I8I[>, had 



larv, 

oil iiri.iiii li. M.S. 

■ ■■ I'-iy ordpn. ivctor 
of Ijoniti. snc- 
ratale of C:»r- 
' ripnlli, tmilcr llir 
, t'lM). ^nxidfum 
■ir, «q. of Cftrrick : 
J .ry, IMr2 : m. 'ilst 
April* iKte, Aiuui-rioreacc.daufblcr 



of Joliii M'Clintork. esq. of Dnini' 
car. coiiuiy of Ijoutli, by bis wifr. 
Lady Elizahotli M'rihitock, (*eft vol. 
il. p. 2.')7), fliid by lur bus isetie. 
Kobert'Ilu)(h-Mor}>itn, 4. 2nd Fe- 

bnwry. isai. 
Etiwibi-tb-Lirlitin-Morpin. 
r«lb(-rini*-Flon.ni'r-Mor}ifin, 
I. Calberini>, m. JnK, I8ll7, WiltiillD- 
Henry-Worib Ni-wcnbaiiii vm\. of 
C<^oIinorc. ill ibe ronnty of Cork. 
Mr. Tif;be in. M-toiidly, Anna, dnugbter of 
Maj(ir-)?rni'nil Kilkfs, hiuJ «i&U'r of Lii'U- 
tPiiaiit-gi-nFral Dilk>'a, Lieiitc'iinnt-s<ivi-ri)ur 
of Quebec, nml by brr, wbo dit-d May, IM23, 
bnd no iMiie. 

Me died *21st M.it, 1H36, and wai t. by 
bia eldest son. the pmteut Robert Mohdam 
TioHE. P»q. of MitcbelBtowi). 



.^amtls of /Rorgan. of Cattdiloton. 

\ hrnnc-b of llir utirii.-nl WcUb fniuiW of 
MofK^ti, of Tn-di'car, wna sritlrd at Co- 
rn* Hon, in U orcfj-lersliire, in Ibf fcijtii of 
Hinry VMI. (M tbiii rntiiily w«!i Sir Tbo- 
nia» Morj^nn, kiit. ol L:tii{;»tuii, who diiilin- 
Kiiisbed ]iiinM.-If in the wim id FUnili'ni, 
and was tbf fntlier of Sir Wi1li»[n Morgau 
and of 

KOBF.RT Mr>Kr.4K, of Cotlelslown, in ibe 
county of SlifTo, wbo vnme to In^land (rap. 
CH.tKLIiH I. Hiid brcnmi! pa^Hued of eittntfS 
in Ibf <.'ouiitit'^ of i>tipo. ^fnyo. and Mratb. 
Hp mi. Uriiitti"!," younufst diinirbliT nnd co- 
bpir (vrilb brr ^hlf^t Mary)of nnlu-rl Blay- 
nry. r-dq. of Trpgonen, Monif^oinfryibin;, 
nnd of Casib' Uinyitfy, in tbt> rouniy of 
Monaithnu, who wai born in 1634. and died 
in 10H&, nnd by bcr bad i^siie, 
1. Hmil. bis successor. 

I. FmoeeK, m. Hrnry Croflon. eaq. of 
Moliilt, in tbe L'uunl\ of Lcitrint, aii- 
c»nti>r of Sir Mor);an Oofton. bfirl. 

II. Clizabi'lb, m. Antbony Marlny, eitq. 
of Oi-vaiib. in iLo coijnty of I^ing- 
ford. and by bim wb» motLcr of Tbo- 
mas Marbiy, lord cbirf jnstice of tbc 
court of King'? Bi'nrh, mid of fiforjfc 
MArlay, f>. 1>. I^rd lliabop of l>ra- 
morc. 

III. Elinor, m. John Sankcy, fsq. 
Mr. Morcan was i. by hU only Ron, 

MrfiH MnBr,«!w. M. P. for the founty of 
SVi^o from \0iV2 to 1712, wbo m, PrnL'lope, 
dau(;bt4^r of Mujor Jo#. Fok, of Oriigp* 
«-(rtiii[y of Tippcrary. and by bcr bad two 
so»d, llviiry, Hbo H. inim. ; and 

M,iRK-AT»TiinNT Mnri<i4<t,es(|.of CoUi't*- 
town. in tbc county of Sligo, nnd of Cork 
Abb^y, roanty of Wicklow, M.P. for Alby, 



" 84M !'»%»'• I'«vnis« (if tniland, adit, 17M, 
ToL if. L«td Blsynay. 



t« 



CAMPBELL, OF AUCHMANNOCH. 



who m. C%iherintA dangktfr of Chidley 
Cootr, of Coote IIaII, eoutjoT UoMroitiiiKH) 
(brotiwr |u RkbaH.fim Earl oi UeUniiioiit), 
And hy her, who d. 7tli (k-tobT. I73«, hod 
iiMi* Cwo MMift anit tlirce UiuigblcrR, 

I. Iluaif, hi* AttCMMOr. 

II. Cbidlry, m. bit cotuln Miiw Coatr, 
and by her bad uaup onr diiuclitcr. 
CatheriDr, m. tbr Rev. Lnsc-cUvx In-- 
nitagcT, (in-b<>ndiiry «f WiochcsH-r. 

I. Mar>, M. flib Jul}, 1741. U* Sir 
lltftiry Tuifr, of Sauna, counljr of 
X^'c-«tm«Mlb. 

II. Priu'lopr. IN. fini, J. Dunbar, esq. ; 
and aocnndly, io«hua IrcmooitfT, nMj. 
of Wltrrw»'|I, county (if Hants. 

Ml. Marria, m. John Pill. cb^. of King- 
■ton lloBiii>, Uorsftshirr, M. I*, for 
f>orclK-i(r'r, liv m Itam nUr wma niulhfv 
to U illintn - Morton Pitt, i-iu|. Ute 
M. P. fur l>t>ntct«bjrf. 

Mr. Marpin 4. io 1753, ftod waa i. by hu 

r Ideal »on. 

Hi'QH MoRdiM, cotnorl q( Ibp Mlb rr)p- 

mi-nt of Tool, k. Ut Mny, I7'37 ; wbn m. 

£lizab4'tb, dau. and bt>ir«M of the Hi. Ilim. 



I 8m L«d|[P*« P««rMC« of IreluMi, rfit. IT34. 
ToLLEirf«f BaDaiwHil. 



Pbillp Tfidalr, atUnk*T-CM«nil wU tra*- 
litr> of FtJiti- fur lrvtaDd,Tby Mary, daugb* 
Itrr of Jobu Sinj^lrlon, U. U. and rrrntaallj 
one of Ibr ro-hrirrswB of brr nnrlr, th« 
Hi. Hon. Hrtiry Sinclrlon, lord rbirf ju*- 
tirc of ibt- ('oiiitiiiiii Plriut), and by ber bad 
uaac on only diuif[1iter, 

Catbvrm«. 
Colont'l Mor^B it. at Uartinianr, OetoWr. 
1761, nnd waa t. by bta only daughtrr and 
brircoa, 

CATiiri(t\r, b. I3tb Aiicuil. 1701 
17Hn, Robert-Sicaniv Ti^bo, «Hi. of 
Mtt<-liflKtown, and waa tbr mother of 
lilt- [irvs«ut RoBERT<HoRi*AS Tionc, 

Armu — Parly p*r obet. cmhaul*^ »q[. 
and H. five croM croaaVta in chirf, and fcmr 
in boae, roanterchanged : iioancrio); Moft- 
uAK nod TixDAix. 

Crrtti—K vtoU't head mmi ppr. villi 
colIiLT arf. cbiir^vd wiib a cnMS eroMlc4 w.. 
Tl(*llG : a »1jik'» brail. Mont.kH. 

Utrtto — Suunuuta nrc mffCuam diem, neff 
optpni. 

Ettat*» — In ibv county of WMtmoUh 
o«iir CaMtrtown Ui-Uin and Forr, in tiw 
county of Cork : and in Oi«- cily of Cor^r 
derired froni Gnicral Scearne. 



i 



t », 



CAMPBELL OF AUCHMANNOCH. 

CAMPBELU ROBERT, esq, of Aadbmaniueh. in Ayrahiro. 6. 20ch Janouy, 
1782. surc«eded hU father Uth March, 1828. Mr. CompbeU b in Uia commioaMa 
of ihd {leac*. 

lincaof. 

tbcy wore odeiaally derived. The^r 
oomprobmdvd in thai hwft tnu4 of 
wbich, IB Ibc twrUUi oatHury, waa 
bv AUn, tbr hi^b ulrward. Ui (be MniiV* nl. 
blelroM, a« mftiliunvd by Crawfurd, Id bai 
lllit. of Itrnf. rdil. IHIH. p. 13tt: " Vft 
4Iviaaa auas, int^r trrram d« Maathljrn «C 
IrriBiD Uilberti filti Rirbrri. cum tola pa»> 
lara for*«tK vuir a»qar ml diviHs dc Patir' 
kIsos [DhucUh '] ot LUaiahA|:«r, rl 4* 
tilfneav il ;' wbii-b waa rsitlnl by Kl»C 
Wniliiiii. Tb» graiil appaara to bar* ««< 
ti-Ditt-d la tbo niarcb(.>a of th«M laada i 
tiont'd. but nut beyond tlii*ni. Tbrtilca 
orfJlfnijitTll.U a iimLrtmid »lrranil«tl, 
nuitjiiic Ibr bitU. a mile or two north 
of ibn vilUur uf Muitkirk, and join* 
.\*on ntruui ibn*)* uiilr* iwutb-^'oatw 
l\if town of Stn)lbii«rn: »<i thti tbli 
iodudrd ibal iimirub |>an of A«(indii 
Ibr w<wtward of ibr wwO-r of lja> 
tbv puriabet of Maocblimr. Som, ''■ 
kirb, mttv probaldy wbully Inclvdtd t«itliui 
iL 

Oat of thU ample (ifl the Mooli of Mrl- 
ruac rudon^d a ri'lipouji bo4u« al Vincb- 
Uor. wiib part uf ibcM laDdt, b»hi>BC wt\ 



'*Tb<'r*ni|il«'tI« of ^^K■hmanno»■b,•' My* 
RubtTtMiit, ■• liavr bi'Cii rr* i n-i' Li b I r laud- 
IwUcn, in tb(? dUtriit of Kylr-Stcwari, for 
■VT«nil ccniurii-fl. Tbi' landA of \ui-bman- 
Mockraod otbrn. fornirrl> and vtill bi-loo);- 
hlf to (brm, arv •ilnatrd in tli« lordnhip uf 
Kyl^'inuir. and in lb*- nortb part tif ilir 
|>arUh of Horn, about frnm tbrt^ to ftwr 
milmi horlb-taaiward of tbr town of Iklaucb- 
linr. and about *i\ milr* souUi-tnutward of 
tiw caatle of Loiuloiui, from whiob Caouly 




MPBF.LL. 



fttHn time to lime aflrr- 
Ihe rvmnintlcr to various 
liis rrlipous establtntinieiit 
al MaBrblme coutinucd to floariab until Ibc 
BcfurmMlion, wlicn (lir Inndi* bflon^iii); to 
ft M\ lo tfav sban- of Ifie family nffUiinptit'll 
•f ttfudoaB. wbt>a Mauchline Uocnme one 
of tiK-ir titlra, which continnea till the pre- 
^jCTit day. 

^b Early in the ftftrentli cvutury n family of 
^BCanpfairlU prwaeufd tlii^ Innilg of Aiicliiuan- 
^nuick, KMilrr a churrli-lioldiiig. Tluit Ihi-y 
^mirrv tlip ancrstore of tlio prr^rtit fiimily h*B 
Halnyg b««B held u imtloubled ; but their 
B cwlv writ*, till thp ytiir I.VfA, »rc now «o 
Macs oblilrrated iinii tlU'^iblf, aa to atforil 
•■ |Mrtii:ulAr iurormiitioii cuiict-mitiK tliciii 
lo that time. Thut they arc il1»o de- 
'»4riJ of ihi* ftmily of L>iu Joun has been 
• ccMUtant triulilloH, aiiil whirh iitilL-i-it car- 
ries rren mark of [irnbiibiliiv wiili it. The 
AnI of iJw-ni ttinl a|>|io»r» fn the remaining 
WTtti that an- le;*ible, is 

AnTiira CjiHrB£Lt„ of Aucbinanooeh. who 

hm ■ n^cic-vrcd charter from llic Commen- 

4t*9r of MetroM-, iltilrd Hlh Au^iul, 1665, 

** of Ihe laiiit* of AurlitiiNiinoch, to Arthur 

CaBjibrll nnd Margaret riinn)nghamf>. biA 

. in life-rcot. and to llicir tan, Georf^e 

bell. ID fee." This Mai^rel Cun- 

■bouM M-riu lo have been of the 

bBilv nrCn^>nfi|;|iiit, as in some vrrits ab>;ut 

Aai : U Ir^Mr, tbr laird of Ca- 

fciiii. .r« to be a |Mtrty. 

Gt,*'K<.» ( lyfBCLL, of Auchioannoch, Bac- 
c«*d«d U» father io these taod«. of which 
bv bu B charter from James VI. dated at 
Dalkntk. ^th Septi-mber, 1660. He was 
McDeedird by bis ton, 

Akthi a OiMvneLL. of Aucbinannoch and 

Locaa, who was urv^ and rwturitetl btrir 

tofiia Aitti*r (icorgrr, in thpse l.-iiid.^, on tlie 

SBlfcJuar, 1001. as apprard from tbe retours 

katrli' |Mibliabed, iu which tbey nre drsi^ned 

IW 3/. Ifl«. IfV/. 'nndi, of old extent. He 

Mk/Hrd 1<> 'ir, INK), JiinH Csmp- 

belLdm»xl. 1 CanijilH-Il.of Elscbaw- 

bvw. aoa vjj Mitt^i'dt'd by bia tioti, 

GKOior. Civi'RffLl.of Aiuliutitntioch, who 

a coHvet Alice to tbe»e lands from 

fu&ex, dated I2tb Ltecembcr. 1ti:J7. 

an. an activt.' sii)ip<jner of (be 

caiiM'. bfcunii- involved in the 

-- 'i^-rrir* anil turinoila of the un- 

. .1 whiL-h be lived; and lu bis 

1 1 luok. the fii'ld. uiid<>r (General 

l^aUe, in 010 cotntooliiiti^ that ensued nflt-r 
ibf fiUBr4 ireoLtal assembly at Olusiiutv. in 
tBSit, aa oppcara by a will bf landc iu 1630, 
wbcreia if appoinlrtl Jubn Campbell of 
KiUm^ Arthur €an>pbfl1. bin falbcr. Rnd 
J«^ Camp^'*!! ff Csebuwbuni, to be his 
aaslwM d' il'«4>a(.-r. lie m. in June, 

Itt, Jcsj of John Murt', L'sq. of 

BUcklaw, uiU ^roaddaughltfr of Sir Wil- 




liam Mar«, knt. of Rowallnn, by whom be 
had tHO song. 

AKTHt'R, bis lieir. 

John, who Bcquircd Ihe lands of Ne- 
tberloo iind Wbttebuugh, iu Ayr- 
shire. 
The elder son, 

AnTHim CiMpBGU., of AnchmAnnooh. 
who was returned beir to his father Georjte, 
in 166b, also Gng:Rf!vd in supporting; the I'rea- 
liytcriiui causf.und thereby incurred the re- 
sentment of the court, as exemplified in tjjo 
measure resorted to in the reign ofCiuKLr^ 
II. soon after the llestomtion, called Mid- 
dleton's act, in 1602. Campbell, younger, 
uf Auchmannocb, n-as fined in £tHtO, without 
even a trial, or n sinjrle crime allr^-d par- 
ticularly afruin^t hiui. He was some time 
aflerwards si-izcd, and carried prisoner to 
.Straibaven,wlierc he underwent h Icniporarj' 
imprii>onmenl. At a contested election for 
Ayrshire in May 1700, to supply tbf s<>nt 
vacant by Ibc death of Sir William Mure, 
of KowHllan, his vote was set aside, but it 
was found ffood in the foUoHin^ se^on. 
Un the Uib January, 17Ul. iu an address 
from Ihe shirr of Ayr, respecting grievances. 
h(i appears among other Ayrshire gentlemen. 
These were: W, Fairlie, Bruntsfield ; A. 
Brown, Kuockmarlocb ; Artliur Campbell, 
Aucbmnnnocli : FullHrton, of ibat Ilk: U. 
Lo^an, of that Ilk ; Ralslon, of that Ilk. ; 
Kersland ; C. Barciav. of Uusbie ; J. A mot, 
Lochrig ; John I'rezfe, Haugtncleugh ; Pa- 
trick HunUT, of that Ilk; WilltsraCraufurd, 
Daleglis ; K. Farijtihar. Catrein ; W, Mac- 
kerrel, HillbouM' : and John Peebles, Craw- 
field. He murried 2Blh September, I67l, 
Miirgarvt, secoml daughter of John Schnw, 
of Keirs, in Currick, afti^-rwnrds designed of 
Dallon, by wbom he hod three sousi 
John. 

Alill!'"'' ( '"^^ ^^^ owDarrkd. 
Elizabeth, who was married to John 
Milchel of Hallglcitmuir, and had 
issue. 
Margaret, who was married to Charles 
Logan, esq. nephew of LogiiD of Lo- 
gan, and d. witliout issoe, 
Auchmnnuock died in 1703, and was suc- 
ce**ded hv his eldest son, 

John i^AMPBKix. of Auc-hmannoch, who 
IN. Jean, eldest dangbter of Hugh Mitcbell, 
esq. of l>algain. by bit* wife, Janet Camp- 
belt, only dungbler uf John Campbell, of 
W'liiteliauKb, by whom be bwd issue several 
children, fvbo died young, and two toot to 
eurvive bini, John and AKriiirH, He died 
ill I74U. and was t. by bis eldest son, 

JoiiM Cahpbell, of Aucbmannoch, who 
resided many years in Kngland, as n mer- 
chant at Bristol. He died unmarried in 
February ITWO. and was suct-ceded by bis 
DDly turviviiiK biotberi 



IB 



SANDBACH, OF WOODLANDS. 



AltTttrn C4UP8KU-,nf Aiirhmnniioch, wlio 
mHrrit'rl, in Mjvroh 177fl, BiirfUn. bccoikI 
diiiiplitrr of RoWrt Iluittcr, i-gq. of Pi.-gjili, 
in the pariili nf ('TTtigiv, in Aynliire (tle- 
BC«n<le<I of HuiiUTKtoii), late \tTo(essor of 
Greek in the univcntilv of Etiinburgli, and 
Imd four »ona ami oiif ua(i{;liter, 

I, JrtH\, wlio dif«l Hi f'alciilta, in llie 
wnriue of the lion. V.mI liuiia Com- 
pany, in November 184K), unm. 
tl. ftoBKHT, sui-cessor (o lii« fndier. 
III. Andrew, \mv I ii-uUMimit- colonel in 
Uiv service of the Ka«t India Coin- 
pnny. m. Mar^ret, second daugiiter 
of Ch«rlf» Hiiy. esq. of the fntnij y of 
Hny of Hopes, in llie roiinty of Hiid- 
din^lon. Sliedicd in I81II, after hav- 
ing had a «>n, tvho is also dead. 



IV, Arthur, wrihT lo ihc Sit^QCl, Edin- 
hiir^h, w. Jiinr, dnughii-r of the late 
CharW Banttow, e»q, and has, with 
several dnughler^, one dOn. 
Arthur. 
I. Eliicabeth. m. to Ihr late James Coth- 
berl, e«|. of Dalleaglrs, iu Aynhirr, 
and has is<iiii>. 
Mr. C;iiiiphfll died lltli March, 1828, and 
was 1. hy his bod, the present 1*iird of 
AicimiNNOf H. 

Amu — Gironny of ei^ht |^. and emuDer 
qunrterini^ Mure of BlacLlaw. 

Crr«(— A double-headed eafrlc rising froa 
flami-s looking towards tlie son. 
Motto — I hide my (imc. 
Ejiittirt — In Ayrshire. 
Seat — Anchmannock. 



6ANDBACH, OF WOODLANDS. 

SANDBACH, SAMUEL, esq. of Woodlands, in the county of Lancaster, b. lOth 
August. I7'i9. m. l^lh Decrmlier, 180-2. Eliziibeth. dnufrlr- 
ter of the Itovcrond Harry Kob(trtj«on, D.I), mintfder of the 
parUh of Kiltearn, in the county of Roag, and hna iiwue, 
Hgmiy-Rodkrt5u\, in. H\i May. IKTi. Murgun-I. daiu 
of ihr justly celehrutcd Wiluah Ri>sc<>li.,urLi^cTpool. 
Willinin-lloberuon. 
(iilhcn. 
Samuel. 

Anne, m. 2flth May, \62A. lo Chnrlei Stanrt Parker. ei|r{ 

of Liverpool, merchant. 
Margaret, m. IGili April, 1^33, to John Abmhant Tinoe, 

esq. of Liverpool. 
M(u->'-Itoitiim. m. 7th July IH3&, to Henry llarrisoB, faq* 

of Liverpool, raerchaol. 
I*!lizjil>eth. 
Martha. 
Julia. 

Mr. Sftndbttch. who has realized a considerable fortune aa a WeAt India merchant tt 
Liverpool, served the offices of bailiff, coroner, and mayor for the boroujjh, and in o 
justice of the peace for the county of Lancaster. 



ILfnragt. 



The name of Sandbach belongs to a town 
Id Cheshire, which wiis founded in Saxon 
tlines. 

AOAH 8AKDR,tCH. of Tariiorley, in thai 
county, married Mis« Martha O'ullon, and 
bad tMutf, 

John, who H, In th>* Ifllaud of Granada. 

.SiMi'tL, now of WoODLANmt. 

Miiry. m. to .Mr AnLere, and survives 

his widow. 
Mnricaret, m. lo Mr. Davirs, and now 
liring at Tarporley. 



Arms — Az. on a fewe between three garte 
or. R wrentli of oak rert, between |wo e>* 
loi)e» ^u. 

Crnt — A rein-di-cr'» Iipad erawd per frsaa 
ai^.aod or.allired KoliltRorgeil witli a wreath 
ot Oak, and in itienionlh auear of wheat rcrb 

jl/o;/ff^Virliitis gloria mercea. 

h'ttalet — Miiitor and estnte of Hnndiejr.lB 
Chenhire, purchased iu Iwn ; estate of Ha- 
fodiinos. in Deiibiifhshire. purchased in 1833; 
Woodlandii iind H»\ion, in Lauratdiire. 

Sent — Woodlands, in the county of Lao- 
cuter. 



17 



POWXAM, OF POWNALL. 

POWMALL. JAMES, esq. of Pownall. in the county of Chester. 6. 27th Novem- 
T, 170; ■' V. 1818, Marln-Aune. only cliilil of Patrick K^wlrv, inq. of 

l/T^fTpO" lier raulirrniil unck-. ttic Rcv. Riclinrd Assheton, M.A. t'elloiv 

jMthm CmIIoijmIm Lwui«1i. Maiicbestiir. by thii laily he hu maa, 
Wiu-iAM. b. '»uh JuW, iwiy. 

WalltT, b. -Jlltli Jaiiunry. IKZl. 
AMtielon. li. 3IbI OctuljVr. IHSS. 
J<im»-*, h. 17ltt October, 1834. 

PownxLtl nicMadod liu» father in 1814. 

Lord of Were. Tliis William, wiili In's kins- 
men Knffi- iinilCrr\HRe Pnutint-lt, J»re .ifter- 
H-nnl# df»crilMHl amonRBt Ine most ai-tive of 
the adherenU of Karl lUndle and hitt bnron* 
in flii5tnining the interests of the Emprm 
MtrnF. and her son Hfaiit a^inst K\n^ 
StkI'IIIIN. wliieh Bervicrs were n'»vnrdeU 
by the eurl nilli gnints of latids in (kp ortt 
(jf his demifncs in Clu-fthire J»nd elcenliere : 
and ntrliciii^^h Dit- ciri^tu of tlie |;nuit under 
which the fee of rownHll ( com (i rising an 
entire toivnuhip), passed hiu not been spcci- 
litiillv record*'*!, vet the prrstimptinii is 
»lron(;ly tupnorled, ttisil like (lie other ;-raritjf 
in the same locniity, il nA« the rreom^eni^v 
of irilitDfT senii*e». 

•' AUIioiig^h (»«,vs Brooke) from the laat of 
Ihr-ir |»roiierly tii ('lie»hirt'. ili-? PonniiUg 
Were di'iiominuted nccordiii;,' U} the trne Bri- 
iL-liortlioKriipbyofthe name, tnid »vcn' sir led 
nfler llir NDnimn eufilnni "de Pown.ilI.* jel 
llivy werv nl the i»:ime lime «lyled In the re- 
ettrile. written in Noruiiin. pjiiinel, I'lijnnell, 
and pRvnel, nnd in ihuae written tn LM\n 
Pn(rni)ell. Il apjiCHr* *iii the register that 
tliey repeiitt'dly held the Itiiib oHice orChnm- 
herljiyne lu tlie kin^s.t ns eiirln of Chl.■^le^, 
in tilt- loth tii Kouom l(., in the tut, .'jih, 
nnd MHh nrEu^vtiin III., <'ii which nccount, 
in nllusimi loUieirolhre find their name, they 
hnrp Tor ft CTfint n lion's pow. boldin|; a gol- 
den key." 

The elder brnnrh of the fiimily re*idini; At 
PowiimII become extinct in the' dt reel line 
in (lie yeitr law by the deeeitse of lloHKHT 
Dr P<iuK4iu «vhiM'- only child M (iitiCHr 
Wedded lilt. II. wfond fton of Jniis KiTTt>%, 
Uinl of Bollyn ; « cJidel brdiicli ronliiiurd 
dlill. however, nettled in Morley, wilhin lli« 
(ownnhip of Pownnll Pee. when the mitnor 

t Of the office of riiMnberliun, ihe followinn 
expUtialion txxnn in Onnenul'* HiAtory of Ch»- 
khirr. 

" Anil ru tUin Amy the Crtonly p»l"l»iH? of Ch^*- 

' Ifff Iwtli Jiiid ■ t;iiiiii>lK'H\¥(w. wlio «uppUatb tbe 

l-lirfi .ifrSnn'-rlW, ■nd sl»o J"i«ic«-«. '"eidrtiKhom 

II ilteir iiuliim klttiuld atfaerviM 

%., the kiDg'a Uflbch uid Com- 

I luon 1 K.i.t, Dir initble,* ttC. 

c 



U tbr 






wTllInr" of OioeRicut Vitam*. 

■ He. we find rnnrneriileil 

('tm']tt'"f'ir, nhn euilie 

s , ItAlll'IMIt'S 

vf, PtHNFL; 

uily. by 

M Ivea nt 



<ll 'l .l< k. .MMt .tl 

ViT«l.l^ too. in 

• - L.: those men »t\led 
liAd died. \a llie (fTeat 

,iti . I'Liritri ni- ii. in the 

I, tnen- 

ile kIm) 

:.D Kallutil »tddierft 

Srroriitn:^ to :i 

■ -r 
it 

I -■[. Ilic ilirli- 

: r-iii nilli lb:it 

litnenf KtH^ 

iFii I, lUiij'h- 

1' McHrhinesi, 

I' ILiiHilph de 

;...,. J I-,... - ■ ib-r, mnrried 

rdnd hwb*nil Witljiim pN}:<iiiel,* 



( ttit* (Dnnin^p, 

'!•■ liurt, 'inrif 



18 



POWNALL, OF POWNALL. 



of Boll^n wai dltidfil l>elwern Uie Booth* 
and ihv TraffortU. Dih Hi-iiry V. (UK), rc- 

lirfn^'iitiil l.y Tll'itlis I'nnmu, «*q. wlnwr 
toil 111 ui-iinri rnnnTt-il luW iiton nw\ Uurn- i 
190 iu tlir nnmr ri)nnl>, nnil Imiii tiim. 

lllnriiHrr Hnuv^ii., <lri>cfnilmt, acronl- 
lliE to nrll Imiiidptl ttnililinti. 

TitouAtt Pun>AiJ., «r*q. of tlarotoD, >rbo 
WMt biiptiu-U nt Urrnt UudMortli. la the 
county of Clirfilcr.in 1050. HrMcthlfd M«ry, 
dmirhti'r mid bcir of Riflmnl llmwnr, ca^), 
orhAltflrrtliy, in tltf cuuiily ni Lincoln. And 
«ras J. by hU Aon, 

WlLLiAH FowsjtLL, esq. who tf. id 1731, 
Icaviiitf iiMtur, 

J(Mi\, hU sucrrMor. 
TiMiMtA. o( Norih Lynn, in Norfolk. 
nnil Er'Tli'ii llouw, iu tSp cnimlv of 
Ufitfiml, h. in i;->i, M. in I7f;6 Ltidy 
Fnukt-ncr, d>u. nr<iriiiTal(!hiin'hitl, 
and died at Uatli, Hitboul iuiir, in 
IW)6. Ur ttii* t^rntlcinnti l)i4; follow- 
iB|{acet>iiti(i*|£ivrnin llK-ijriillvnuui'« 
Ma^niiiitt vi ilial vi-iir. {). '2Hti: 

" It inity lie lutiJ (if (iorrrttor Pow- 
twll, Ibnl in erery ulalion nf lire )>r 
■wtniurUii hifjh rltiiratb^r fur nbiliiy, 
leitl, and rrcliiude oT conduct. In ll'ii* 
TCir I7i>') hr iiiccrrdvd Sir Thoiiiiu 
i)iinvt'rs i)t\mrnf. h»ti. in tii« office 
of Liciilcnnnl (luvrrnor uf Ncir Jcr* 
t^y. Id |7.'i7 ho w.iii A|t)ioiiitcd Ctnt- 
tain (trncrnl and (iovrmor of Mn*- 
Mcbuirtf Hay. iind. Hhru in 17(il 
be rvtunitd (u tliis country, hv rc- 
crivrd Uir ii|)}HiiiitMu-Hl of X>irr(.-tor 
Ocnrml nl' the olBi-c mI* Honlrol, wjtJi 
tbc ra»k uf (!ul<inrl in ltic> armv, no- 
ilrr ih* commiind of Prince Prnli- 
naod in l«4<rniAiiy. In I7(i& be hmi 
clrclrd n Fellow of thf Koyal Soclriy, 
■ml in 17)94 returned to parlimneut 
frtf Tri'V-iiiiy, inComwjiII." (jovemor 
Pownall HA« itif niiibor of numeroos 
worka on potitiral noaomy. on nnli- 
uuitit-a.andiii tW ArrhiFolo>:iii of tbr 
Antignnniin tHKrir-ty. of which ioali- 
lulioi) b<- HU* n nirnil)i-r> 
The rider mi» and b(*(r, 

iaii<« l^onsiu., rsi|. h. in ITrtti. m. Mary, 
daujcl'ter uf Uuudri* Ltllingatuit, CM), and 
lud iMot*. 

titonuK (Sir^ hi* lirir. 
John Lillinifkinn. i. in 17.^7, a eomnia- 
•ionrr uf lliu Cualoma. mairied, bal 
died iaaoeles*. 
Mary. 
Mr. Pownall, wbo wa« a maeiKtrnte of the 
coaiilT of Liiirola. and aenrrd the at&t-r at 
hUb alwril. died in 13D6. and «aa t. by bii 
uUrmm, 



Sm GP..AIICR PoirvAti^ kpt. ft. in I7&a,| 

whowaaapiMilntpdSrcrrlMry of the pro«foca| 
of I./iwpr Onnndit, and ailrrwards Provuatl 
Marklial Ut-rieral of the Ler-wnrd Island*,! 
Mr tlicil at Brislilun.N liachrlor. )7lb <liio-J 
lur, IKM. wlirti lliin branch u( tbr frfluilyj 
bi-mmc rxtjnrl. 

Another collateral branch, laktOK its de*' 
scrut alao from the Barnton fiimiiy. coa- 
linued acttled in Cbeahire until il» bead. 

WltLMMPiiWN*Ll..i-»ii.*.in I71H. rniiovi 
to tjvrrpdfd, and rendrred him»rlf rminenl 
aa a mrri'baut in ifant K^^'ai ronitnervial plan>| 
of which bewail vlKCltrd M^yur in 1707,^4 
died before (be cloar of bu year of 
owinic to an ovrrzeal in the diaebai 
his mn)(iftcriat dutiea. A local perit 
(Hiblicalion, in nnnounrin^ thia Morlhy |:ei 
tIrinnnV dciiii«e, ihun eoneludcs : " llu pel 
aonal viituea were well knon n to all who had 
the bappinew of an inttwatu acouaint 
with him : bif public cltarael'T ivlterlt 
wour on the aocietT to which hn »i» rel _ 
and l»olh nill render bis name rrngterted bjj 
poalprity." He nt. Mary, d.-tu^hlcr of Ji 
ttrrrani, eaq, uf Moreton Sity. in tlie count 
of Kalop. and had tuo tons. Uiiimh ai 
John. The only brother of this highly 
sperled citixen, 

Joii\. likewise of Liverpool, &. ■» 17^ 
m. 'ilHh February, 1744. Janr, daui{bler 
John rroiiebley, eaq. of Flixttm. iu 
county of Ijnnnater. and had two 
WiLUAH and John. He d. bth June, Hll 
ftod wai «, by the elder, 

WiiutM Pimxui., esij.of Litberlaad. 
ihp roDiily of l<anoaa)rr, k. 18lh Novenl 
I7.VI, who (H. Elizttbrth. dau. and hair 
John Quillrn, rail, attorney •geoer*! of 
lalc of M»n, and had iaaue, 

JaHMt hi« tuccMKir. 

John. 

Charlolle. 

Mary. 

Elixa. 
lie d. 'i:tnd November, IftM, and wu «. 
hia aon, Jxwuk Ft>WHaix, nq. tww of Vi 
nail lUll. 

Arm* — Galea, n lion rampant, 
gnr^pd n illi u eidlar ij^einel aaurv, litmi 
I'ritdrhl an raeulcheoa of tlia hut, 
with a inuUel, iirf;. 

Crrtl — \ lioii'a jainb rrued ppr. chaivvj 
with two mullet* in pale ar|;enl. in th« paw, 
a key in bfnd, ainivtrr or. afi\ed llvreto ■ 
ch.-ilnenlninr'd almnl the jamb of Uir arcta«4i 

iWwIiit — OAriiim Prw^Io, 

HmdrHrr — Mayfleld. Wavertre*. 

.SVar— Pownall lUU, in the couaty 
Cbcatur. 



19 



WARD, OF SALHOUSE. 

WARD, ROBERT, esq. of Siilhoiue Hall, io llie county of Norfolk, b. 3rd Sep- 
li!in>icr, 1767. m. 20ih December, 1794, Lyifi», third 
daughter of Richard HaKlo, enq.* of U^k^a^d and Trevill, 
iA the coiioly of CiJmwnU, and liax hnd iMue, 

I. Robert, b, in ITM, nho nliiUt fx-rviiifr as a iniil!<)ii|>- 
laao on bonrd ft. M.S. Tupnr.. khs mnrlally nounded 
in an nttnck on tin- Norili Fort vl Uuclia, Ln llie lied 
Srn. 7th nri-«nitirr, WAt. 

II. RicKtRn, h. UUi June, l?t)9. 

III. Willutm-IUnry, A. iti IMtl. a Htiiilent for I10I5 nrderfl* 
of Est-UT L'olU'gc. Oxfurd, rf. 8th Dt-cembcr. 'l8l». 

t. L;din, h. in I7U7. in. to \wr cou»in, Williiiin Ward. eM^. 
and //. l'2|lt Oclobcr, ItlbH, leuting unsut: one ilaiii^litrrt 
EliaAt)i'tli Ward. Her widonrer m. aecoiidly, .'itli No- 
T«>iubf r, tH36, Sarnh. »»<!ond daughter of the late FranvU 
Uopkinion. t;«i. of Pflcrborougli. 
ri. Praoces. <•■ in 1H08, 'f. in Ib25. 
Tim p»Bd>iwn. formarly an oSicc-r in th(> royal navy, whJlHt acrvinft as r midshrp- 
na oD board thf> Monmouih, in the deet conunaadiHl by Sir Kdwiird Huphca, wnit in 
«i cvtMral »rtinrf< in India, from 1780 to 1784, in one "f wliich lie was eerioualy 
lawdrd liT a :'i>m a ^m-ahuc, and fur KOmo time i-()ii>.idor<>d lifeless. Mr. 

Wild M ia tiu lan of thi> peaco for the cntintr of Norfolk, and succeeded to 

}}m aiHlM on Uw livmiw of lus moifaar in 1 3'23. 



^\* 



^tntiiot. 



IV Witnl* ti-iir Imir bMatMlril in ibv 

(hrv tii-ld Adjiiiiiiii|( 

il II.i|i|)i«liuri$li, in ihe 

Ilj»p descrudt-d in 

ilirr (0 sun to Ihe 

lA-aentiwu. lu tit*' ri-i^n ofJiui:.* 1. 



Trura tlic gCDpralitie uf nibjrcta. or to tlie 
private helpv* of w^me well B<fcft<-<l in p«r- 
Urulitr, by nny o( Inanr : in vrhiL'h InU'r 
ctHirae we« bem^ al this [iiiie inforrcd to 
proceed, for tanw nupply or some pi>rtion.i 
of treasure for divert publique acrvitji's, riiU 



ted^^ a <icM-iifT>fnl Atill (irr^erv-d, Ibat particalarly for continuing and encri'asiiiK 

* Boaarcti *'ii priry wnl ' our mng^axtafA in Biimr* Inr^e proportinn, ill 

fmrfo^ y, including our realtne of IreUiifl, in our nnvic, nnd in 

hi». Uiyai AiJtijrrM imiirri Ward, of our fortcx: (in nil *lnVli ^reatir t'unimra 

bare Ikur cxpf>ndcd a( late, both in build- 
in|;. And rrpHirinif. and in making sundry 
iirovijiioiip. then have been iu twentie yttrrrs 
bufori- :) wL-e httrp now in our eye an t*»pc- 
dal CAre tlivtt such di.<irrctiun mnv be <ih- 
■erred in tli^ cliniiti* uf Ibe Irndt^m, and »»vU 
an indillerent dialributjan, »« tlit? dunimrs 
thai tV4*e Bhall receive may be rainml with 
an r(|uell ronnid" ration of iscn's ubiliiira: 
iind Uierrfore, sdpiiije men have bad *» puo4 
experience of nar rrpaynient of all tliovc 



" IT TDC KIKG. 
Pmallr aiiil ml^- i<iv<<||, WVr |rreitle 
> mI in the pr^fli- 
. r r TJiiH -, that all 
d queei" ■ . upon 

iry oorTA*. iibiT to 

to tJwj#e roiiutl'ulii'ju* HhiL'b iiri»e 



fcnn as 
laaraiaai 



TW fi^tlf «f n««le n »r ntnM aDUi(uity io L'ofnwKll. IWr wptr tr-nu^i m K4>nu«rt and 
■ tf^ jlgt**1. la ll>^ n>i|Cti a( KpDAnn IV. about l<kA>. Ibeir repfe»<mlnliti-> nan mMl* al 
tmi I'tjWiWb. Iiet ■till hdii it 1 nnn ^ ' r.'tt, n riuImv »f il>i> rrvtory of St. Juliet. 

OTtaiM im IbM pwiafa, whkli bar* >:■ ^mb iw iimur u<>iifr>i*iiiiia. 

iUwl*. » IflJC, n. Catberin- 'i" .iilia \\ebbcr,'r«i|. i.f Middln Ambbi. ia 

l(T KaiaBai, (Uaf td«r of D«f^r, -i|. un nnr4-«ltiT iiF tlM> hivbTlun. 

R»wW. PM). M UiSft. ■». TbMi4.-. ' i---f of I'luiod llHib'i, «»•(. of freganick, who 

■fcitfiffart-annran. 

lUwla, *«i| of LakMrd, tltf btbar of Mrs. Ward, m, Arme. eldevt dau|ht«r of \% OUam 
M^. »f St. AMl*a. 
I f^ j,-t- iiwi. Wiul|it«n4 i>f > *«TT nfly dat«, air ^ill Rffuml Iw tlw nlil mBHrn* bouw* nf llm 
r^ fcUr, tAfW fWMr4« ■• )k1«. lib mutdUoMt poMei in ekttf, org. — Sw Lvaoo'a Altfiia 
««1, uL std GiBian'a HtMory of ComniU 



^ 



1^ 



•w 



WARD. OF SAUIOUSE. 



*aramr« wliirb wrc faiive rrrr rrt|iiim] in 
Uiia i.indr, «p ilnahl nul Init nrr itliiill now 
rrcrite llie liKr srpiinful of piml nfTrrtioti 
from jou f)«mi)iig«t other of our »ulijc»-u), 
*nil tliAt nllh Kiii'li nliirrily ami rcntliu rsM*. 
mm niiiy malr the niiiur *o mucli Hit- more 
arcpp»;il)lr, eiicctiillv ••'••iiitf wvr rrnuirr 
Lilt lliiit urximi* tvttirli fvn- inrn mxili) <l«Miy 
A fririxl*: HHil l)a*i- n niindr roftoUrtl tn r\- 
|»rt»r All nur rarllily fDrlunc, for prcKTVu- 
tion of llm ]crm-ntl. TW Huniinr Ihut m(>« 
n'(|uirtf ofyop, by vi'riii»* ol ihiw |ir<'>-rnta, 
in infnty |ioiJinl«, wliiili wrc <!oe pmiuwc, 
ill tlu- iiamr of ii», our Itrirrs nml >nPt'«*M<cirv, 
to rrpny to joa, or your n»9i;;n*. niilijii fijjli- 
lepn )nuntlM-Aitl>rrllii> pntiiK-nl iti^rcrif unio 
tlif) nillrrlnr. The prmoii iIihI wcf hnvr 
n|ipaliitcd to collrct it i»SirCharIc«Cornwal- 
lu, Ikliiitltt. T<i nhoft' hnntlff ut-r dov fl*- 
quirr you to >i?iiil it w itliin lw<-|vT' iltivn nn*'r 
yuiitcivc ri"<'«'i*"-'l iliU privy Kriili-. n|iti.-li lo- 
Kflhrr with llif coUrclDr'ii ar<|lli(Ul)L-r, aIiaII 
W tiiffli-iciil u.trrant unto thf ofncrrn of our 
rct-fipl. fur the n-piiyinrnt tli4'r«^tf ul ihf^ 
liino liniiU'tl. (Jivcii iut(l«>r our privy h^jiIp 
■lour pnltnrr of Urftiminflrr tlir* Mlh diiy 
of JsniuirT. in the nimh yccrr of our miguc 
ofOmt Brltttinv, Ffninrr. nnil In'lnnd. 

•• Pii». MvuKn». 

Privy tr&t. llSlh of Jnn. 1611. 
I'\ ^rrfuf* of Ruli. Ward, of 
^V,il. ..Ilr. thr Mimi' of .€W. 
f^llAHtriv CoKKMAIXIK." 

KnBKKTWAnp. «q. who 'A 2nd Anril. 
IfOV, erffti-d thr- fnmily rr-iflrnf*- «( \v«l- 
coll4*. DWr cnllrd Wtilcoi. in Norfolk. Tlii» 
«lnirtnrr. ulthoii^h (urtnilid in niic. la ^tlll 
»rfiiii|in^, nnd iifun th** lUlr of jia rr«'«linn. 
IllttJ -.'lii iriiia the dnbumt** nrchiimnr* 
of I \ *, 1a rnmmOTily r^Urd in ihr 

O"-!, i itnd «ly!^d in tlf nmp of 

.Nn^f')i^.••Ul»•'■hiIMn^y'lIo<ll'." [|>* ni'iiilrd 
llriil}:<'(. dnughlrr of — Callow, r«i|. knd 
btHJ iMUr, 

I. Fdmnnd- 

II. Solnmnn. 

til. Ill MfiiHkr, hia aarcMMr. 

IV. lunc. 

V. 8«niDrl. 
M. Frnntia. 
I'll. Rnbrrl. 

llt-wrMiirv Wtnp, of M'alfnHp ftlir third 
•on) di< d IM.1, nnd had by \u» wifr, Alirn, 
■ »oo iiDii atri'i^t kt'-r, 

Hkbiri W«ni«. rnj. who Krddrd Mnrv. 
<l«fiich(' r "f Kidiitrd ilntc, p-ot. and di^l 
l«l hrrfti»1k*r. 109:1. ItiifincHritb two dangli- 
tpr». Mnry aiuI HU-f, n *on, 

J't*iPl'll WkKD, P*<1. of Wnlifitlr. Nhr> 
dird |ri7H (tii« widow «. ai-n»>dly, Itit-tinrd 
Ellia.r»(|,yr Nortliri-pi'*. \nrfullj, anil but) 
a daii)jlil*T, ^lurv. .md t» ^"n, 

Il'*ii»m W • 
dAUjfltttr of ^*- 



Wr»lni)ii«tcr, nf whitrh familr wm Ijunll 
Cltii-f Jnntiop Kolt. KoWrl Ward dir-d iit 
Ijondon. l7(Hi. nnd by Utn trMlJinirniarv willJ 
of >V)lUam Holt, e«q. the punhnar of Ihr 
Salhousc fitnli! was made, by the ordrr of 
a mnsl'"r in CliHnc'-ry in I7l'i. »t;rerable 
tlif ti'fciiilfir'a dirrt'lions, for the IteDrfit 
Mr. Ward'* oluldrpn, 

Iloi I KoittiiT WnuD, bis heir. 

Jowph. 

Mamnr/'t. 
Iloi-T l{i>nrKT Waud, Mq. of Walrol 
SHlhuii5«, Ihr Mtii and sucrrtMir, h. in t7fM, 
it. in 173^, triivin^ by his wifv. tlicaWth, 

I. Robfrf, iiti oAirer of luarinra, dird at 
Holy Inland. 

II. RicHAKi). hit raccruor. 

III. Ilolt-Jo^rph. 

I. Miirvwr'-t. 

II. Sundi-Marin. 

III. Fliuib<-ll>. 
The art-ond #on and tacrra*OT, 

KiciUKD A^ «ltn. rw). nf Walfol and Sal- 
boutf. h. lUlh Orlubcr. 1730. H. in I7W. 
cnplain of I)ra;(o<iii<i, and mitj'ir *•( '■'■• >■ 
lo Ihr Cinnlry in South Itiiuin 
llPiiU'ttanl and joalirr of the prt 
coMhtyof Norfolk. and licu(pn.ini 
th« Rait Norfolk n>K*">''"t "f Mil. 
couitnatid. from hta nrll knom. 
fxpfrii'Dcr. he iu-pcpl«l in an cv 
of hia rounlry'a historv. nl thr nrRi nt aul 
taiiiinft of thr binl firntriiant. and At 
infln>>iitial nnhliiurn of ihr I'unnly. He 
Aint'lia, fourth daughti-r of Stamp Bi 
hank, ft]. M.P. of llrlnuuh, ^orUkll 
nitd Harknry llonac,' Mlddlnra. 
tni-ritit as a soldier, » inaaialrab', Md 
KfTillrrnnn. nrr |;!otriii|{lv ornlctMl Ofl 
mnnutni^nl in Salbouw ( harrb. and )n 
oldtiiAry nf Ihr (■rnllrinnn'ft Mai^ajLinp, |' 
from tif pen >i( hia inlinialp Iricnd. tbr 
Itrv. John |.on)c<>, rpctor of Spixwai 
Norfolk. He had (mu«*. 

I. Ftichard Hnlryniplr. an uRit • r in 
Huipl ^nillcry. who #*rTrd ta 
AniiTiiitn nnr. if. In I7tOi, 

II. IttinritT, bia nuc'xm^r. 



• IImLiwv TT rti«* «-j. mrlad by ilr. 
InnV in ibv 1 'L I. b( aa < 

of opirtrds ' il atooj fai 

.-: ■ . no. 

! I ll.'f.klM. 

.......;.■ tim faMOM 

^ -I'taf wlajK Po^kaa A» 

II 

" U'b-n lt'i{-kiiu din, ■ IbottMOd ItftMi afMnl 
llw KTvtcli dtat living Mfml i«a»U>« 'tti." 

Fnim Mr. MopLiaa it paaavl tJunack vaniMa 
h-.- '.• ».-! hnallr. u l0Of. ibt bul>Lia« 
irrouDi), liM «buU bwlac Ibh 
' ' 1 1 L< , «wJ b^ronv a pqaiipni 

■ Tarikl M«g«aiM>, llltl. 



WRAV, OF KELFIELD. 



■21 



III. Will Um. M. A. orQupen*«roH<'ge. 

■'" " " 'iijly orders. Tliin gen- 

' 1 VfTCMt norti'un o( liU 

• ■■ f»f proportjc liUtafv, 

i>f four nils, Hv». iiiul 

■■ worWn uii llir I'tillil- 

■■'■>-. 1I^ m. M.irK«nt, 

^1 r. nnd ]f\'t 

'. ^ .lliuui. Ml. la 
>. untl oilier iasae. 

■ iTi ITHl. 

* :(ii RruntM* 
-ullolk.tic- 



Ik^BMdm n«A W Norfolk, u I 



iir. FmnRM, bom In 1930. tu. ti dm 
Rev. Jdlii) Ijoit^jt*. vicar ur ll)«' «tilu- 
ablv living (>r<^lilrrtltaui iiikI Crow- 
field. SutTulk. &lr. LoiiKc who wiu 
an ai'tivi* niiiKii^tralr ol tliut county^ 
W. in IK) I. 
tv. Sopliin, i/. ill imS, 
Tbc ftVccind, Imt i>ldi-ftl fliirvivlii); son is tho 
presfiit Ri)Bv.KT \N'4iiii, tMi. ni i?'t\huut>v, . 

AitHt — Arg. on tt Itrnd cngrftilfd »n. 
bt'ltvtft'n liTo HCortw. ulipt yen, three Uriir- 
dv-li!», ur. 

('te*l — A ilcxU'r Jirui tree* coapt"d at (lie 
elbow, tiiiltiliil tpinrli-rly, ur atid V4*rt. caff 
sr^. Iiitid proper, liulding a piwon of titv 
third. 

aiiitiH — I!m|u(! ad itiorii^ni fitlas. 

EttatfJi—W SnlhOHVo- 

A'eaf— Sniliouve lUll, Norfolk. 



z 



WRAY, OF KKLFIELU. 

HAY. The Rtt*reHd CECIL DAMia, A. M. of Strangewaj-e. Munchcfiter, one 
of tha fellows of the Colleg^iate Cluircli of Uiat town, b. 
2Ut Jannkry, 1778; wi. firet, El)ZHl>eih, iicrond dutigliter 
of .la«cpl) 'DiKckeruy, esq. of Moutlitatcr, und by hiT, who 
died in I3'2.5. had uutne, 

C'Er iL. ft. -Ith JaDimr}'. I(f05, A.M. in holy ordem, onp of 
llir iticiHijlH'rita nl St, Murtin's in ihc Fields, Li* nrpout. 
fiiiirgi-, h. Ulli Kqiii-iiiWr. IBM. 
Ilrnry, A. 11th June, 1»U. 

Eli^, died in 1817. 
Il.irrivl. 
SiiM.iiiria-MAry. 
I,< mill A ■ Vi rorglana. 

Mr. Wray inurrit'd, f>(<<:ontUy. in 1831, Murinrmo, tliini 
diiiiirbtcr ui fjt'orj^e IJujd. cwj. (nee vol. i. p. 245). Ho 
KUt-'i-udt^d til ihc csUileA at tho di.'cwiab of hit fblli(>r iu 1814. 



lintdgc. 






Wii4Yr. «iwi oriKfdiilly 

in rov<TdiiIc, Rirhmond- 

'>f 1[.lM.\HtVH. 

f IbimI rr'ifn thv 

'"T Ini) 

d.H 

• m-iii Iff thr 

or tlt« nniitf, 

.<■,.((...... 



[ ofNunntuiliy. 

^t iruf tlio p^iiiict 

afXm liNfl (rKnlrfil in ItHiU 

r Chrislo- 
1 in IMI, 

in 1JW?. nf Brof;drn 

irMiiiiJii'), 
!'■ with hi» 



uncle at Afttiby cum Finby, in Linfolnstim' : 
he m. in 15m7, Anur, d'atif-litir tjf Adtuu 
CnrliT. fsq. and by livr had iwue, 
t. GduiiuE. Uin heir. 

II. Jiihii. il. uiiin. iu IHIU. 

III. TliDiuii!', iiLirriciI iu \fT79, hat H.i. p. 

I. Mnr>'. 

II. EVttnhvih.m. toWilliura UliltiiT.ei>(|, 
lA Slillintilli'vl. 

Ml- Auiir. 

IV. MuTfi'tnt. 

V. Pmrlope. 
Ttic rkhfitl son, 

ISmrtriK ^V RAvr, csi}. of Broifdou fluuiie 
itiid Auliunir Hull, A. ju \W4, m-irrii'd Ann«, 
d.iughtcr of — Kfndnllt v(i<|. nnd had iuue, 

I. Jitbii. (/. iinni. 

II. tiKniKir, bift heir. 

I. Kliznbrlti. 

II. Fujih. 



ss 



iilLYON, OK TftEGREMAN. 



nt. Annr. 

IV, t>»ulii, m. to Thomu Myre*, esq. 

V. M*rj. 

Mr. Wra^edM*)! In 1047, nait vnt niece«ded 
hjf hu Aiin , 

titoKCE Wk4Yc, t$q. of Brof(dtti IIoti»« 
nnti AuburiK- lUIl, in KLiGi-ltl. b. \n 103H, 
who m. Efflirr, tlnu^litrr ol Bcujtfi'in M«5- 
Utoiou, ffi- tit \\'in\-\ HaII, adu ImmJ (mup, 

I. WilltARi. (/. j'oung. 

II. <:t.(iKi:i! (tticciPSKr to his failirr), k 
dpuin ill the iirnijr, 4. uocn. 1702, 

III. Jolin, d, yuuiig. 

IV. Bekjamim. 

t. Mary. 
II. t'sUirr. 
Mr. Wrayp, of Urof^drtt HoaM, wna penoD- 
ally namt'il iit itir deed of iM<tUen4*nt ninde 
by the lIoD. KlitiilMTtli SntiiKlvrBOn (only 
cbild and lioircu of Sir Joliii Wrayp. bart. 
of Ulrnlwnrth House, wlin boniimthri) hrr 
(^tntm, lirAl, In Sir Uniry Vtmyr, barl. 
aiul liiK (lciic<>iidHtii;«, nil now pviiiict, and 
afUTXrarda l<i thr \Vrayr» of Krlftrld). lit 
(f. ill 17)4. Tbr accond auniritiK aon. 

ItCNMHIh W'lt%vi!,«r«q. &, in ieU3,orKel- 
fidd, aiid afterward* of Tborp Arch, Yurk- 
•liifr, naa Atw»^|»T:tMnally nnincd in Itir Hon. 
Mrs. Snuiidi-rann'* Ami of ftcftlrnirnt. lie 
■t, fvliiabrth, (lau;;iitpr of JobnUwrani, c«q. 
of York, and had iaaur, 

I. Orarfir, b. in 1723, and if. In 1734. 

II. IIknry, hia hnir. 

I. Eliubfitli. 

II. Anne. 

III. HcnrtrlU. 



IV. Lucy, M. lo William Brown, «m. 

Mr. Wmifp dM in Novpmber. \7fa, andj 
wAi I. bv hia aon, 

7ht Her. IIknrt Wray. A.M. A. Ii 
1737, facir and poccK^fSorof Broplen HoiiK, 
and !M?vrritl partv of ibv eituft-t uf Kelfirtdfl 
rccl'ir III' Ncwiyn Kynu-. in Yorkshirr. »icarj 
n( Hndllrld, Urond Oak, Ea«r\, and a do 
|iuly-liptilc-ii.-ini of llio Wrat Riding of the 
furnif-r county, lie m. iu 177(1, ^uunna, 
aei'ond dHUichler of (.leoTgt Lloyd, «M). of 
Hulmo Uall, ii««r MaDcbmrr, itud had 

JMOC, 

I. Ceai'DAKiEL, his hrir. 

II. Ornrgc. A. M. in holy ordrra, tirtar 
ufConnby, In Yurkid'iir^, b. in liHl, 
M.in IHlfl, Caroline, d>\uj[btcr of Wil- 
liam Wauinian, cmj. of Cut Uead, 
lo that coQDty, aud liu a ton. 

I. llarricL 
Mr. Wray, ivbo woutil have past««s«Kl 
Hon. Mr», Snundrrfton's csUih-a, bring 
»olt> rftnaiadiT b^ir mule «' 
nol b^rti barrv^l bv tht? latf ^ 
bart., died in Marc)t IHM.Hiid 
by hie elder aon, tbr pment Hn, Cl 
Dam^l What, of krlficld. 



I 1. ..I Ik... 



-^i. 



-Ai. on R cblef or tbif p BMrtltl 



go. 



Cr*H — Ad onlncli paaMnt, or. 
fllotto^^El Jiinte el rray. 
Fttmin — Id tb« coantiea of York. 
Lincoln. 
AetuCraee— Strmngewayi, MucbMtar. 



CARLVON, OF TREOREHAN. 

CARLTON, WILLIAM, eaq. of Tre^han. in Corawmll, fr. 7tb JaDoary. 1781 
ynccowlwl hu father IGtb Decvmber, 1830. Mr. Carlyon u n burutcr-ftt-law. 

rrnluriea lo Am fwriRh ofSL AiMlrll aMl< 

Blair\ : i)ip ^untainr of rart^oe in c«»b4 

ion Willi Coniwall i« dtrivrd from ? rry 

note anli<|uJly, for bnidra the Banoa 

Carlyon. ne.-ir Truro, 11 i« upon rr«url 

« Rciipon town of ibia tumr wna 

la onrtHMw oo ihf> n«rth-wr«i 

tim roanty." Ltoos alan make* 

of the family in the Magna Britat 

" ('iirlyon,orUarlioii,banpiKMeil by Tu 

wbfMkf'riitnanrf waa pablUna4 In IHIH, 

Sir y\ alter SroR, lo have b««n th» r< 

of hia bi-ro Sir Trivtrcm ; ii It wortliy of i 

tnark. that amoOK Uir niorr iTBotc : 

of Mr. CajlvoD. of Treirrrtian. Trimrrm' 

orpura na a c(irt»tinn namr *n iMiteir-io in (hit 

rrlrbmlpd brr<i of f oinanrr ■ 

lliabiry of Coniirall it lb( 

coam : " llerla, wbrn apeaktng of tli(aa»> 



V 



"Tbia old and rrajii-rublf ramnv,** mti 
GiMirn. in bis llutorj' of Cornwall, " hu 
prindpally resided fw apwrnrda of thrw 



CARLYON. OF TREGItEHAN. 



i&auly in fau Parorliinl Miniorv, M,Ti, 

jk iHc tuHBtf be loml from a pln<-r>*ti> 

in ii*^*l> cailrd C«rl>on, whicli »ij!iii(t<'a 

*^ CUT, watchfalnrw ur circumfpfctiou of 

• lion. 1 •bottld my tins rntnily ul Carlyon, 

5it» Bsnoe and trma, were tlir iU-»c-rnit*niil5 
Rictanl Carlrou, ali»s Uiourd the 

TooMi" f •"• * v r>rTn>)rrelian and 

P««uM I .-r (if Oic j)rfsfnt 

pwp''"' ' .Iiiiijjhtrr Aiid o- 

■«'■ in, riwj. of Tffui- 

Omr-, ' I't four •otiiaiii] two 

PiliUP. •an.-cvdcd bis falher. 

ju in holy ordi-n and of St, 
iwt, ia CAruwall. Mc m. Anne, 
tfa&ilrter nnd co-heir of U'lllinm 
OvavwL, raq. of Penzance, uml liad 
iWve *4Mu and fcittr daugbtera, of 
wImw Uir <*td>.'it sun, 
TuuMik. irtuiluall; iutwriicd Tre- 
grrluui. 

C4RLT0V, esq. of Trrftrehau, m. 

„i,li .l.ilil if iljii R<-%. Samuel 

Tr* ' . BiiiiifiUT of lh« 

f**"* in Cornwnll. and 

»^ l-rimlLDrdKUiol. 

a'l' M . Illy lie luflanunly 
*M kAti i«ic<«:«*or. 

CnwARO Tkivdody Cirlton. «aq. of 
Trc^rrlMO, wborf. vrjihotK i»«ue. Iinvinf; be- 
f^tl i * 4 »n bip UiHkd jtrojkcrtjr to bti fir»t 

TtUdiU ClIlLVdX, «««1. of ffl. itul. eldest 
•wsf tbr f '' niiui Carlyon, orSl.Jual, 
B Bnaet < .tir, dauKhtvr and ro- 

fcfirr^ ui V. ,,:::,, I, (iwariu, ck]. of Pen* 
l *i » . Tli^ irrnllcnian m. bis cousin f{cr- 
Mary Carljun, uf Si. Au*lrll and 
wblth l.itt.-r (iliue nil.* inlierilt'd 
|bcr rraiiilf'..[|i< r, tl<< Urv, Joint Pumc- 
Lwbu -yar llook.fr, w.ib 

(nlr- !'ddivinc.Hi<*lianl 

Lrr. 'tr " Ecvlf^iiiflical Po- 

" P.. ,..» Mr. Cafl>oii hud 

a» 

WiLtUM. hltbelr. 
Edwunl, of Cnruwiiy, Dtvon, a lieu- 



tenant-colonel in ibf army and in the 
commission of tlie [>eace for Herou. 
Colonel Carlyon KTved during the 
whole of tbc Intc war in llir tfjili 
rogime nl. He m. Anna Maria, elder 
daughter of Admiral Sprv, of Place 
and TregolJB, in Cornwall, and has 
issue, 
Tbomas-Tristrem-Spry, A.Oib April, 

1822. 
EdwHrd- Angti«iu8. 
Ctor^ (•-(>»»>«». 
Ricbard-l^Uitvkins. 
Samuel- Alfred, d. 14lh August, 

1830. 
William-PomerDy. 
Horatio. 
Anhiir-Hooker. 
Aniiik-Maria. 
Hory, m. in Ca)ilain Collins, R. S., of 

Trewardale, in Comwull. 
ElitM, m. to Clement Carlyon, M. D. of 

Truro. 
Harrifl. 
Mr. Carlyon. who was sberiff of Cornwall 
in IfUn, k. Idtb l>cc«-nili4T, 1630, and n-as $. 
\ by hj« elder Aon, ilie prewnt Willuh Cae- 
LY0^, esq. of Tregreban. 

Arm* — Sa. a plate between three raatle« 
ai:^. Aacb nbnrged with n croM^crossIet ^. 

t'rett — A denii lion rampant gu. dneally 
crowned or, collared arg. holding between 
Ilia paw8 a bezant. 

Muttn — Turris (utisslma Virtus. 

FMutrt — In Coniwnll ; Barton of Tre- 
grehnn. neaiineii», BisroTey, Ciiddra, Mer- 
(ben, Pul^laze, (iwaras, Pennans. &c. 8u;. 
Great Crinnis also beloog;fl to Mr. Ciirlyon. 
About a mile from Tregrt'han, coiiti^ioiis to 
Iho BCH, is a ^CDtle hill, on which is silualcd 
the rich copper mine of Criiinis. and here a 
bed of rti:hi;9 was di^'uvrrvd in a place to 
which the finger of Ho|>e bail seldom di- 
rected the stpps of Hxpectation. The quan- 
tity of ore raised between Ibe years ISll 
lo ItflO wa« 3t»;i46 tous, which void for 
i't2t>H..^16. 

»«/< — Tregrehan and Peonans, both 10 
Cornwall. 



* 1b • vary aI4 dKnannn, vnttra in the court 
■i. «■ Ika UlawiMc bMa. IIW : 

•■A^nl tW fmi, «unnKH<d ■ t.ytni'a hart. 

A valMM AMI, HO* itotlx, w>il Toul of fvar*, 
Wka did. M KlJMa . i.inrt, 

Mafc mukm amjvdt^ A.— ^ - -.. »• Lyoa spfiogs 
> ^Hg 4>mn«MMt &PIB tW nt» of ktnf*4 

' TW ilwi iliafM ' ' I.>d I.I1I. 

wrr. IVtI. waa a< nM l>v 

V— • •* -^Bwik- «- i-wli^. 

p • I *aa !•• Ntm<Hi 

' •Abw aiaetr- iIm Tx>or 



hu rec«if»d hn aniiunons. and is gone to her 

cvprliiktm^ rvwairil. A cfarurtiaa in njiirit and m 

I tmili. who in ))rr life iirwiiinl ilip diibeo of r^li- 

I ffioD, and in the dwUne of ihiil lirr<, IHt iM conao 

I latinn and iIa lioptn. Tu lior |jeii«vi>Uiic« nad brr 

charitMs, there nre many m 1)119 )>nrisli ilial cMt 

bvar the ncMt aSucttn^ te«tiaioay. Iler pious r«- 

aigmboa b« been tliua ju-ilv m-nnlnl. Declia' 

ing in heaUh, tbroagh the long ]>eriod of iwenly- 

pi^ltl ypan, «hi> t)ur« Itic tevn^nnd rif^'O renewed 

iUtMck<< of tli«'-*iunf uilli fi-^niplnrv iialirtu^r; imd 

liamblv ' - " •"• - '»" l»''r Maker's 

irill, »l . <: if her ilapaf> 

; turt «u . . i.viiBtion.*' 



CREYKE. OF MARTON. 

CIIF.YKF., RALPH, ciq. of Mu-iod, in tbo £a»t Ridtoff, and of RawcUflo. In 
Wmi Riding of the county of York, b. 6th September, 1813, cuccecded bi» fathvr ii 
Jane. 1^128. 

I.tnttigt- 

Tliom w. of Brrrrley and Oaoton. hod a 
•oil. WHhrr. of (fnrlon. wlio m, 
dniiKlikT ol' Sir |{iit[ili KllrLfr. Int. 
iff Itinhjfc, ami htvil b nob, KAl|tb, <if 
(i^iiitoti, wlio It-n, by (jraci' Itu wifra 
dau^htrr of — Sallmanbe. of Halt>] 
min»h<'. one vm and two daaf 
vie. RiiltOi. b. imh April, \VA.\ 
nttrtli, b. \»\ April, I.W4, burirdi 
Miinb, l.'>.V). and Katlirrior, ft.!^ 
Au^Dt. I.Vi7. 
Anne. m. lo Sir John Wcutwortfa, ial 
of KlmBNll. 
Tlir fldrr wm, 

ItiiDMiT CuKiKr.. of Colluttm I'vibn 
Mnrlun in 1-17:1. m. iNilirt, ilftiicbtrr of Ljt 
rtn'i'liii). rif H)ton, nml hiid iMur, 
Kii lUHt), IJu ht ir. 
Kobpfl, of Kvion, who m. IjalieJ. 
Mnrifiirct, duUKhtrr of 8ir Rietiar 
Wliftil, kilt, govrmuruf CaUbi 
bad tMiif, 

Ediniiiiil, uf R\ Inn. whan. K«l1»»'< 
rinr, daughter ofTrviilrr in Tr»lie,J 
of YorL. Aiitl had Alrxaadrr^ 
tt. I, p, SuMH, an«l Anor. 
ImWI. m. lo John Sntton, of Nottt.,^ 
Elixabrlli, m. to William Prrce* 

bay. of 1l\tnn. 
Jane, it. uninarrhnl, 
RolM-rt rrT<)l,(> luadc hi« mil 30lhl 
ScjiL I.VW. and di»irc» to be borint) 
within ihc coIU'ijcchurvh "'' *^" ' 
B'-vrrh-y. Uiiii"! or M"' 
nidtiw, mad<* Ii'T will Mlli Ji 
William. i>f Hrslirluii. nhom. A| 
daujjIiitT and rit^tirir of Jitfan Hi 
ton. uf Itcftlrrtoii, Hiid bad a mb, 
lioU'rl, of llf^knoi), borl' -I Htfi' 
l>e*'. Ii»!, Ir,>»inK. b,^ ' 
his wifr, danplitrr < 
Uiik«rhy, uf HoliiUy, a tuti, 
^iforc*', nliu dird r. f>. 



Tlie fbtnily ofCntitKr " » ofancicntdatc 
ift the Ra«t Killing of llir rdiinly of York. 
md iiippoftrd III \m- uf Dnnish rxtrnt;Uon. 
Thr tirrt on rrt^ord it Sir Wnlur dt Crr^kr. 
km. who HBH a|ipoinlrd vovcnior 'if tlrr- 
whV in I3<n. nit'-r Sir Hlilnird Talhot, liy 
EDK^Mti III. In CVW. John di^ Crrvke 
n-|>ri-»riiirO V(irL in n [larliitmrnl h«'M in 
that (jiy, Anil ftohrrl d<* Crvykff wai baillfl* 
of liie NOK^ ))liti-r iu 1379. 

A(-t-\A>Dri <;iiEYKC, of Kyln or Collm- 
ton Pylhr tit Hoirtry, living ■■! 1413. m. 
laahrt, dnnclitrr nnd hriri-asof — Esptini:^ 
ton, Mml hud (nil M>iisand iinrdaiiKhlrr, i ix. 
Tlto»l.»B, Itin Iirir, Mi<K*'t'> wbodlrd J.P. and 
Marj;T»rcl. Thi« AUYandrr by hts will dc- 
airr-fl III tic buried hrtorc- the rro»» in the 
Itodf t)f Ihr rhurch of tliv (Jn-y Friar* in 
|^,t..t..,. ..r .f\,r tlicil in lij* own niunCy, lo 
bf :< Si. Mnry'«. Ilcvrrli'v. Hi- 

m.' Til. ■II..-, \iu\ M. » Jff.'Unliel, 

ex' . Koger 

•nn -..ir. 

T)iiiK4^ l-ar.TaB. ol i'oiu-»ion Pytlic in 
I44n. M, Jane, ilfiughlcr nnd i-u-ln-ir of Tbo- 
OM* Anlfn, of Marlon, »nd had iaaur, 
Ronrar, bin hrlr. 



ifT- ■ ■ ■■ ^r 






Oa I. i.inRMinli' 

•■pjn'!'.' Lrr>V", I'^f. 

Eaiviat ' - un* ar* iwii 

tbMvwflV . .■.. - ' - rl 

Ifcat ■ iHwior tr< ' •■ 

Maavd hy ««». ■ , >i,« 
M«rM«nllt rwvanrr mm Urn tmuh Ol CrayU l» 
thMafVaaacy. ' 



llnirli, wlio m. MiM>. dav 

Str.»»j;wa>rii. of Ori' 

ht<wilic,diiui;hleranil 

iMohy. widow lir»l ■ 

fjinytT", anil aircuixm m (ii 

WiltiFffoni'. 
KArll^rlnr. m. lo — Rrpiahall, of 

colnvhin-. 

'• — Lakyn, of Parlyn. 



Aii-- . 
I 
floh<T' 

WBB * 

Kl 

Coiulablr, kot. of llulficUt, in llaUi 



ibaiil tbr yft l-ifM. aad 

1. r , of Manoo. mho au . 
■tntiKliIrr of Sir Wl 



CREYKE. OF MARTON. 



like ConsUiblf, of 

■ is ivift. dnuuhier 
ir ^ , <tf (iniftun.) and 

'ijjlHrr, via. 
.f . 
I iiii.bnrti'Uiii the rhun'h 
- ..;' -I--..,! ioih F^-b. 

'• »Oli^, JollQ 

.-i^„htc:», IsiibrI, 

I. Id — 8mytb<toinn, ofOot* 
_ li»m. 

TV -' ■ 

U .ittftt. of Marlon ntiil Cot- 

liighini ui li)M. m. Fnturrs, «Iuut:liliT nf 

Ic .1 f orilrii»pl*almrf, 

' Cooiinuo Plt'ns, 

lUtni, Uji Mr. 

Ariwt. at. to Ocurgff St, Quintiu, of 
UbtivImub. 

TW — -'■* •■■ •' 

■ roil, ill I.V^n, nuit 
I Mmmb^i'luiid. ll(> 

' iliiuclitcr of TliomuM 

T*. and rrcondty. AtiiK-/ 

Pat«r of Fla>iil)<irou);li. 

.1 no tsatir. By Ilii- lor- 

of rullinffbnm, b. In I67G, 
ill jiuLr filed tv bis fiiUiiT. He m, 
Marfvrvt, dniiubi*T ot — Thuriibo- 
rvavli. tiid liiMl istuv. 

U'illioin, of (Vjlti'iKbnm. wba m. 
lIuTCMt. tlnii>;blrr of Jnbti (Jnni- 
blln. of Lnllua, and b»d tbrfe 
•AM, jAmr«, ItoUvrt, aud H'il- 
Unm. wbo all <f. f. p. 
KaT.,!!. J. t. p. 

I 1, ki — Currrr. i^^j. 

k M. Janicn Ixifd Uoyd, 

(Miiiri ii( Uw; fini Karl of KiU 

E'lrildA, M.io RkliMrd Musgnive, 

£(l>ninJ, 

TWi««*. ^ all J. «. ji. 

Wtttiw 



v«*. r 
Uw.J 



M, ntt0f ui Kiiit; 
>«* I V . 

t>«b trf Voii -r ^''«*lr' ddUBbtvr of 



I of n>«CBKi|*lAlld. 
—4— . , 



■^itn* -■>. I 



>» IUrN*a» 
r. III. 

.MMt.'- Lord Rom* 



..rn«. uf 



fcHhanaCnttncw^ lUlpb Cr«}ke. 



V. GncuoKY, ImJr to bis fatbfr. 
all d. r. j>. 



VII. NicliuUs, I- 
VIM. Jubii, J 



I. Evrrilda, m. Grst in l.'^Ot), toChrblo- 
])btr Miillby, of Maltby, and bud 
llirt'i' dnu^lilrrs, ro>licire8Mit. 

Kulbt-riin.' MiUtby. m. lo I^licbnul 
WnrtoD, c»]. »un of Sir IVIkhuel 
War Ion. 
FnuKi;* Mnltby, w. lo Tbomafl 

Taticn'd, r*ti. 
E*cnld.i Mallbv.M. loHir George 
Wt-ntwortb, of Wooley, 
She? m. spcoiidty, Sir Miclmtl War- 
tun, knt, uril«verli<y. 

II. l*risfilU. 

III. Anne. 

IV. UmuU. 

V. Kntlicrine. 
Tlie flfili *on. 

Oklixikv CitETKi:, esq. who succctdiHl 
tita fnlliLT al Marlon, fiiifl'cred severely for 
Lis drvolcd nltaiJiiucnl to Ciuklks I. nnd 
rori>|)ouiiiI«d bfavtiy for liisestutes. Hcin. 
IJrituln. dau(;litrr of Sir .lotui L^^iird, kul. 
ofGftDton, by f'MJZiibfth bi« wifc/d.'ui^bler 
of Sir Jobn Miillury, kut. of Hludley^ nnd 
bad i »&»(<. 

I. Balph, pag€ 10 HcNRieTTA-MARM. 
i|uofii I'oiidort of C(ulu.F9 I- prede- 
treased his fntbi>r. Ifavjn^ In'o tutaa, 
('unirliuM and Cliarlen, who n)i|H>nr 
to huvo died youuK- The latter wa« 
killrd by nn accidrnl. 

II. Jubi), rf. in Uit' \Vr*l Itidit.-5. 
jll. liRrr.nltv. rvrnliial hi'ir. 

IV. CbriJlQpbpr. ■/. J. p.2ii||t Jk-c. ]f37V. 
bum-d in Ht. Marys, Beverley. 

V. William. 

VI. Hciir). 

VII. Thonms. 
VIII.' Kdtrard. 

IX. Itii'bnrd, who bad a eoBmiSilon 
from ilciiry, Duke of Ntfwcas dp, lord 
lieutcnaui of Yorkshire, to gutinl llio 
»ca roast of the Eiist Hiding af^inul 
ibr Prinrcof Orange, which lie failh- 
fiilly exceuled, and was the first nho 
likte nolice Id KtH;/JAvrs thai the 
I'rince bad Miiled from Ilelvurislava. 
lie HI. l-'miicr8. dnuRblcr of Ituln-rl 
Horner, of the city of Vork, und had 
|»fi »ons. and one dancbler, vix. Ki- 
rbanl, i/. young ; .lohn, nt> eminent 
divine, ehn)iliiin and librarian to the 
Karl of Wiucholiiea, it, about 17A7; 
and PruDcea. 

X* OeorKc. 

I. Elimbrlb. 

II. ?tfar^iirri. t>. \»t July. If^>h, tn. first 
to Kraiici.^ Wright, of Plonlnnd, in 
IloldcrueeK, and M-condly, to llii|;h 
L'bolmlev. »on of .Sir Heury Cbolm- 
lev. of N'l'hIou Orange. 

Ml. Kathi-riiir. 



.-i>. 



S6 



CREYKE. OF MARTON. 



IV. FmBCM. I 

TtiP Uiinl but eldest larvlvlnfc ton, 

(tKfi.AHY (!kf.YKF., r«q. of MnMan, &. 9Ui 
April. 1f>:il, nturried in KtT'i, Amic. il«u(;li- 
%er of [Untlolph Corlicl, of Scw«rby, (*ce 
vol. iii.) Bull hod inne, 

I. RiLPH, hi» h)'tr. 

II. Vr'lUtKni, f>( Itcvcrloy, who in. nrid- 
gf.% daughter of Hamurl Johunon, of 
Ucvcrl«v. nod lind two fODB. Samuel 
and Widi&iD. died iRfittil*. 

I. ElisAWtl), rf, unmtrrird. 
Tbfi elder tan, 

RAirii CKrvKr., mq. of Marton. in. Im 
Auguu, 170U,[*ri*cilUi,diiUKhtt^rof William 
lluwrr, mq. of llridlinKloB, uad had two 
ioufl Aiid tnodAUt;blrr9. vie. 

I. Raith, liis heir. 

II. John, uf Uurli-it^h on ihr Hill, En 
Rut]iiitdfktitr4>, iu holy ordrrt, b. IHHh 
A|iril, 1713, m. Catherine, dnnKliirr 
of Joba Anjtcn. e»q. of Adiibara in 
Krat. ami bad iMue, 

1. RjiLPtt. 8iic(t»ftor la hi» iinclc. 
9. Richard, b. 8Ui Auj^iiaI, I74M. 
raptaiii R. N.. coinmiAaionrr of 
the VictDallitti; <llfi(-«, mimI giy- 
vrmoroftlic Kuyal NavaI IIo»- 
pital, Flfiiiouth : vt, Anne Lc- 
niiDf I oldeet daagliter of Ocorfiv 
Adrf, rM). of L»ndop, and dii'd 
3rd lite. lH2n, baviiiK hud inxue, 
George- Adey, captnin U.N. 

ti. I. V. 

Richard. rnfTlqiB R.N. rn. in 

INIH. HArricI - EIiM>>Fl)i, 

dnui;hler of tlio Krv. Jnmi'B 

Furncuux.of Swilty, in l>e- 

runabire, luid baa bad imui', 

Rlrhani, 4.7tb Firbriiiirv, 

IW.Hi. iL 'J6*b Novem- 

li^r iu (bv Mine year. 

Rii'hnnl<M*ttiry- Adey, i. 

:)Ut Aufiuftt, Ih-iH' 
Ralph -William, 6. 3)ff 
Uctobrr. I8i\ d, l»th 
Mvn-h. IH». 
H«rn>t- riiubrib, ti. 20th 

April. IHM4. 
Anne-tUiuUiflli-llarript. 
Sirpbaa. ill holy ordera, nbo 
IB. (Mb SapUttuber, IN23. 
Barmb, daiKliler of Colunei 
Ororfe Botbam. aod has 
ibrw Knis Bad three daugb- 
ttra, via. 

Waltrr - PrniiiMRlnii, h. 

I7t(i O.-Mx'r. IKM. 
A ti.i.Snd 

^apJ. k lat 

i ' ' :Ua. 

it: 

Ocfiiuui-ilutluiRI. 

Anna. 



3. PriKma,iK. lo William Lynea, 
eaq. of Loudoo. 

I. Priftcilfa. tt. voiinK. 

II. CoUirnnr, b. With Juoe, 1706; d.' 
Mdi July. 17t16. 

The elder fion, 

RiLKii CiiKYKE, eiu]. of Marlon. &. Otb, 
UctobLT. 17113. H. I. p. in January, 1760, m»i\ 
wof t. by hifl iieph«w, 

RitLrii CnetKr, rtq. of Martoo, i. Otb 
July. 1745, who m. Wh February, ITTi^ 
Jane, liflb daiighier of Riibanl LAni;ley,r«). 
of Wjlkt'liArii Abbey, by Kliwibeth bia wife, 
elder daufjliivr and co-bi'ir (witb ber aUtar. 
Jiiditli. nife of John Twuletoti, e«q. of | 
Urns.) Ill' B'>Ynlon BnyoiiMi. eiq. of Raw- 
clilTi*. in Ibe West Riding, and by ber, who 
(f. 3Ul Dti-pmWr, I7(H, be bad two aoaa 
•errn dnit^blrra, viK. 

I. tUu-it.bia heir. 

II. Gregory, i. 9tb Auntat. 1783, my-j 
•bipmao. R.N. d. at St. Vinceat>»falj 
ibe Wi-«t Indifs. in 17U&, 

I. Eirrild». 

II. rmberinr, il. 7tb Seplrmlx-r, IflM. 

III. Franrev, IM. Ittb DrcrnilMT. tT07f1 
to Ihiiliy L«Rard, eaq. tfth aoo of 8ii 
l>i([by U-gard, bart. ofGaalOD. 

IV. Jnne. 

V. AgiK-s, m, to the TrneraWr Ardi«l 
dc-arnnWnin^bam, 'IT. ' 
IMK), leAvintf oiii> il . 
itmrried to ibf Her. lii.ij. ii »* i.ih r- 
for<.-t-. third son of tbe late W'illiaai 
Uilbrrrurcc. i-M|. M. P. 8be died 
imh No^rmber, DIM, 

VI. Elixabelb. 
Ml. Anne. 

Mr. Crryke d. 34lb May, 1820, and 
by bis eldtT son, 

Ralcii CncYKK. raq. of Martoa and Rjii- 
clitlf, A. ilih April, ITTfi. whom. I4ih Nor. 
IM>7, FrMuct-s. eldest ilniighlrr of RolMrt 
Deuiaon, mq. of Kilnwick. Perry, and 
foDT Boni and five dnuKblem, lia. 

I. John, (i in infancy. 

M. F<«trii, heir to bii father. 

lit. Ricbard-BoynloD. 

i\. Rubert-OfiFBOcy. 

I. Fntocea. 

II. Harriet, d. young. 

III. Jant*. </. in Infancr. 

IV. Mary-AnQv-Elixabetb. 

V. Fmnin-Jane. 
Mr. Cnrykef/.7th June. l«2». and »r« i.bj 
hi* elde»l mn, Ibe prrwnl H«tru Otii 
eM). of Mnrtnn nnd Rawoliffe. 

Amt—Prr few arjt. and aa. a pale ai 
■'' (ealird crryke* in Uie aid taa- 

^ 'Ikvbtre) cuuiitcrcbanprd. tjuar- 

trriu^ l-^^lington and .Vrden. 

Crrst — l>n a garb or. n nurn ppr. 

Kitmirt-Ju the East and Wrat I 
of Y'lrLabire. 

A'rar*— Marlon in lh« Fjut. and R«i 
in Ibff Wm Hiding uf Yorkabirr, 



PEPLOE, OF GARNSTONE. 



PEPLOF.. SAMUEL, rwi- of Garnstone, in the conntr of Horeford, b. Ut July, 

1774. M. «t ths civceue of hi« father, '36th Januitr;r. IBO^. nt. m Marrh, 1796, Kathe- 

-Ffwic«i, vldcri dnu^Iiicr of Sir Gforgo Cornewall, bnrt. of Moccas Court, aod 

kft ■ widower, uiihout iMuc, 17tli March, 1831. 

Hr. P<^kloe if a magutnue and deputy- lieuteiUDt of Herefordshire, and haa lerved 

Ua«l&o0 of aheriff. 

'Utnragr. 

John Peploe, esq. who inherited, in 1763, 
al teo years of ai^. the estate of Garnstoke, 
undfT lliL-will or his ancle S«HUCL BiRCH, 
rsq. Auil assumed in cotiM-iiuence tho addi- 
tional mrnanie nud nmin nf UiRCH. Hi^ m. 
AnnA, only dauglitrr and Iieir ol' William 
Clone*, esq. of llunt'# Unnk, in Laticashire, 
and by thnl lady, wlio outlived him, aud died 
8tli May. 1921*.' had i^^ue, 

SAni'rx, his heir. 

Anne, m. lo David Webb, eaq. of Aud- 
ley-9*[iiBrf, London. 

Marv </. nnmarripd. 
Mr. Pfpfoe-Rirfh, who serred as hidh *hp- 
rifffor 1 K'ri- ford » hire iu 1708. d. iv hUKird 
year, 2)0lh January, IWO. and wa^ r. hy bia 
son, Ibc (irescnt SiHUU. Pr:njnz, esq. of 
Garofttone. 




h A 
feBb- 



K-«t Ptrun--, l>. l>. rcrtor. finit. of 
■ton. in Hi. ...iiiitv III' Itct'liv. then 
vicar of Prr»' rwarda 

•«rtm ..r '^' -'fralcd 

Bh» ^4>. ilr u*. Anne, 

«■!% ,. 1 , , I ,. Urowiir. paq. of 

ffhre«»u(r, ttt Uie eouuiy nf Stafford, aod 

hb brir. 
«•. to Fnincia Joddrell, eaq. of 

"5* 
• Jamrc Ooylcy, registrar of 

. ^. of Cbi'ater. 
i^'-:.. »i. u) Jolui ilradahaw, SMI. 
of M«i>Lii< tier. 
TW Uabofi dJrd 21 »t P^bruary, 17&3, at 

^ (^.- r.< h4 Il^a III, .1.111111 tit, in CbcBtlT 

' cleKCiiilnnI 

, V ; anil lli<-rr- 

r'lrnncnl won ob- 

^ oat ngalost tht> 

. wbcn »«arof Prf»ton. Ili» 

^rir. 

i'.K/'F I..K.JK chancellor of 

.1 i< -.■ ..n ft liicrhRioDd and wiir- 

'. m. Bnl. Eli/*8r.ni, 

. Til""** Bia<:". r«ior 

Uri'i'tr'n liLHt-p, in th« mnntv of Urre- 

fa4, mad vfaarof Pmbm cum t&ucaaRr, 

_lj wfcoBi W kmi an only son, 

Prploo wMdMl, «Tondl», n<bff«a, 

of Ivdwarit Kob^ru, drimty rfjjia- 

«/ ClMvlrr, which In-Jj rti"--' without 

r aHh Oflotwr. 1779. Ho died at the 

L^ of 02. 33Dd October* ITfll, and waa f . 
■ijrtoam. 





Amu — Az. on a chav. embattled connter- 
embuttled between tlireebu(;le-bon)9 9triof(cd 
or, a mitre with labels of ibr field : on a 
canton erm. a crozier or, nnd a sword ^i. in 
■alticr, the forniwr siimioonted by tbe latter. 

Cmt — A ducal coronet or, thereon a rein- 
deer's bend gu. antlered or, cbarited on the 
nrck with a human eye shedding drops of 
tears ppr. 

Efintet—ln Hcrrfordshire, Jic, 

•VmI— Garnstune. 

Jfanili! of Birrli.' 

StMV'KL BiKCir, pf the mnnorof Ardivick, 
in llic parish of Mrinchi'»trr, riescendfd from 
tli«^ fjinuly of Hiri-h, of llirrli. in ttie saniv 
county, m. Marj' Kmltb. of Uob. alao in Ike 
pnriah of Maiichenter, and had issue, 

I. JoHM, his heir. 

II. Samuel, living in Manchester al the 
time of Oil- visitation of 1(183, m. and 
had idfne, 

til. Thomaa, in holy orders, rector of 
Hampton Uitihop, in Iht.* county of 
ilcreford, wbich hv resigned in lOt^?, 
and vicar of Preston rum LnnraKtrr, 
d. inib January. 16MU-I7(X>, in hi« 
OTlb year. Icavini; by Mary, bis wife, 
(deK-Vilii-d as .1 widow ou the 18th 
J4nu.iry in that ycur), 

* Sm a fiitl Keount of tb<< fuiiilT tn l)i« tut Vi- 
tiraucm of Lancaalurt ni«de by Dagdsle, Nono)', 
IMA. 



SB 



PEPLOE. OF GARNSTONK. 



lluniptoii 
Uuhop. 



Tbomiw, of Hunplan lILOiop, bu- 
ried tlirrr. I6(li FrI). 1711-13, 
bail hy liiH firnt Mifi*. Miiry, who 
linil hpta iulcrreil itt tlic same 
lt]acr .'Ird January, IGD^D, 
Tboiuiu.bapt.3Iir 

May. lUlH, 
Sunui"!. ))4)il. 'Hit 

(tflfiWr. KtOJj. 

Marv. bapl. 32iiil 

Oct()biT,1fl»7,ii. 

to Sumur! Tfiy- 

lor,eaq.uf Kiogt- 

lauil, io Hrre- 

funUbirn, 

lie hud ■ ««>cotid nire, Anno, Ur- 

inn: A widow in I7)tf, and m. at 

llamptuo Bi»Uop, iu that yrar. 

to Kobcrt U'ciivcr. tsuj. uf Ay- 

iui'»try. in Hrr»-fortUtiiro, 

Ji.<ll>, of Itir Miililtr Temple, of 

wbum liiTrnfter, mi huMbaitd of 

lii« voiuiii, Sarah Uibch, heireAi 

or(i.tRSsrt)\K. 

Sami'fi, wIio inttrritcd Garnitone 

Iroiu liu> brolber John. 
Ricbiird, b»iiiiu-d at Hampton Bi- 

■liop 7lli Jnriitary, Iti73-1. 
Ainhrn)kf>, b^tptizcd at Hampton 

liuliop -liHh July. Iti74. 
... _ roDt" of wlioni intirnrd 

EliSbrlh. |-Mia.t..M,.a..dt».c 
|_iitluT. — Hope, ruo, 
Mary. d. umn. liaviRg niudc a will, 
iti which shv dcBcrlbrs iK-rai'ir of 
I'rertoii, ill Luiiinuhirc.'i^llitic- 
lob«T. I7t£i. 
A%>r,ni-ioS4Hi'txI'r(uie,LL.H. 
natdcn of Moncbcalrr, and hitd 

A BOII, 

iaus PKn.oK. who inbpriied 
Garoatonc frum hi» uiiclo. 
and a««unii*d ihr ndditJunal 
uiinr ofDiBCU. 
Tbc< cldrtt »on and heir. 

JmiS Uinrii, rui. of tli« manor of Gam- 
fUmr. in tlip coanly of H-Trford, ittid of 
Up)M>r and Luwor Ard»i<-k and Ordi^nll, 
ill U-inf«ahlri>, ii colonel in thr parh'a- 
nintt'it forcr», and M. I*, f'lr Ih»- Imruujrh 
of Wroblry, t. "lb Sfplr-mli'T. Ui'ili, m. 
fir»l, Alicr. dnu;;hlpr of Thumo* l)<'iii)i>, 
citiwn of ilri^lol. wnd by thi»t loily. who 
d. lUllt .^rplnnbiT, IIEiti. hid IMUC. 

John, of Ordinll, lhin)t in I0K3, npr<l 
nb-'oi 'li> 1. .1111 '! in til- fiilhrr'* will 
an iliiij|clili-r iif 

E.J ■ 1 Ihr Ui-Uh 

jndtcn, ami hail tlin'f dixu);htrre, 
Kliubfth, l>llirf, and niiotlrrr. 
Samuul. of Wliitl'oiiriii-. n ' l- 

ffhlr^, m. f'ff. ri-/.ihi-lh. -t 

Bir Pvu ', uf T;ihh). lu ih.- 

county ! I. and. wnuHlly, 

Briil(r(. iUii;;iiIrr of I^ir Ttinuthy 



Tirrrll, kni. of SbotOTPr, in OufqH* 
sliir<-, hilt Ifft MO •iirtivinc uaar al 
hi* decrnie DfUi Jiitn-, I7<H, 
Thomas, d. l^th FfhrnArr, 'i 

iem, ' I llun«d at 

Gcor|;e. rf. S5Ui Vvcrmbrr. f Wt-ohlcy. 

lOTU. J 

Mary. m. 4l 'IMiilbourn, IfHh Ncnrsi* 

brr, 10*11 , to fli-orgp Kj>r»rr. i**t(. of 

Itiittliiiii^r, ill Ihr ( uuiil) of Hrrrf'rd. 

liuii^ ill 17-2H, but df ad befurit IMli 

Mjirrh, \T2»'^K 

Eliznhrth, ni. at Wbilboarn. llttli May. 

If>7(>. to ILilph UocLnall, t-M}. of 

Loridun. und had two dnugblrra. 

S^n.tii. of whom prcRcntly. 

Colonel Biri--h wcddrd, sccitndljr, Wfati- 1 

frcd, daughter of Mnltla-w Norria. rw. of I 

Weoblpy. which ladv durtiTcd his »i« 

witJKJut i^uv, to t]if lUlh Novrmlwr. 1717. 

when ^lll.' dii-d at the a^v of l*4. Hr di«4 

biuiM-|f luth Mnrih, UiUt, ami wa« barlrd 

al Wfohlry, wh^rt' ibrnr it a monumrni (tt 

bis nir-tiiory in thi' irbancel of Ihc rhurrJi, 

with H full IcriKlh fii^urf in arniMut Alnndinc 

uiidt'f a canopy, and tlii» iiiacriptioo be* 

□rath — 

In hntHi of Rnsunvoiiiin ti ntrnui Ua. 

lli'.n> is ilr-]K>4i(*d ili« Hodv of 

(■,,1|. 1..^" M."!.. 

Dffci'ndpd ofar-- '< I JinrMlunh 

■a tlin DiKiulifi* hfi HI ' <.> t'iolil, and I 

f-latimn luu'cnally yiaUed htiu ui ilv SraM^ It^WM 

Exmaded the aaauunanu of noat. to tbry «wa 

but iba 

nuxlfraia and juH rawatiU of bis aianc^, milaTt | 
wisduni anJ fiibdity. Naaa who kttmm bim, dMioa] 

htm 
}* cbanctM' of tJiMmlflit and riaiiemmf y* hm% 

■ad iibnrtiMi 
iif hu flo a a t r y in Wv, whI wf pmraulaf iM 

wrifwv nd 
ProaprnlT in Pmiom. lie ww bonw j* T* 9mL 

Iffitf. 
aad iUmI a (M«abar of Oia tlooaraUa ttuum 
Cmubdiii, • 

Boiac BoMMa tot Waohby.t 
Jdayy- 10» |I»L 

Colon*) Bireb baipic-atltml tha aetata 
Ctiis«iii\iL to hU \ ' ' '^flUII 

Ititii II, I'ondilioTii. rir4l 

With birr cvufltn John I 
brr unrli'. tlip Hf\. Ti 
mnrriagc taking plac", {\- • 
bate ID Cul. Hirch'a will, II: 'I,. 

Ihc Mid John hccainr in riKht ,; ... 

J NHS UiRCIl.raq.of UanJ*lnnr, i ' ' 
wifr, Sarah, dvlDc iwDtleaa i" !'• ;. "• 
acfnndly, 'Mifi .iiiniiary, ITtKl-i, Ixtitia 
Hampden, of S(. An<lri'n''i, tl'Ibairii, !• 
bis will, dated Ml- •- i, hv d*- 

ft«'rib<-* hiuitrlf a> ^ni cur- 

>itor biiron. Mr. Uir<.)iii)iii^«.^.tWBftali> 
devuUt-d niinn bb brotlior, 

Sami-u. Bmcn, cm). of OanuCDor. Wpt 



HITLTON, OF HULTON. 



<9 



fUnplan Bwliop. 31st Mnrrli. 1(171. who 

' ■ ■ ■' ■- - •• '> --' T„i Miinl. CBi\. 

I Sfil()|i, )iiit 
--,. ... i ..... ..,. .1 H'2, Bllll WiUi 

•t Wvobkv Oft Uic 7th of April lu 



thai yT?ar. Mr. Birvh dc«i«eil the r«ute« or 
(inmsluDf to (lli<> *on <tf h'w sister Fr.i/A- 
Driii) Ui» nr-)>licn-, Jniiv PKru)K. who in 
roiiAc-<|uencp oseitmed t)i« uilditiotiul name 
anil armi!i of BiitcH. {Set family of I'ei'Loe). 



HI'tTOV. 
Oft 

Utt-.. : . 
pHcr BnMkfr, 
1. M'. 

(II. r 

V. H. 

I. .*.. 

IM, i. 



• ylliiii. 
>in. 






r«. ii 



HULTON, OF HUtTON. 

WILLIAM, esq. of HuJton Park, id the county of Lancastor, b. 23nl 
', m. *J.^th Oflober, ISOS, Maria, youngest dnii(;lit(.-r and co-heir of 
<.'*r|. of Wothnm, in Hucks, by Elizabeth, his «ife, elilost d&nghter of 
eM]. of Mere, in Cbcjhire. nnd haa iMiie, 

^ I-. II. Arthur-TTyde. 

IV. Chnrli-s-Slorleigli. 
VI. AllV(tl-Lttfy. 
II. Su|>)ii(i-Fronpc8-Aniif'. 
.ry. IV. Einin.i-T.oitiff.1. 

24th June, 1800. He is a mnu-itttratv anJ deputy-lioutenimt 
I oDoniy he scrviMl as hig-h sheriff in 1809. He is likewise 
jAtle. 

pave nil hif poiift'ssions in PtixtuD, togvtlivr 
tvirli lii» nmimr of Ilunlct-liiil*-. bv liom.igp 
mill stTTii;'? of l«ii innrks nrsiKcr four times 
n yi Mr, anil hv tli«> sixth pnrl of a kniRhl'ii 
fc«, 4. n. I'JIl). Ditrid dv JJulton tvoddod 
A{;ac«, diUf^htiT of Adam de Ulackburoe, 
and was father of sevrraJi sona,* of wboio 

Ihr rlilMl. 

RlCIURD DC HtXTON, of IlultOD, lititiz 
itrnp. EuW'tiin I. had a charter of n fnte 
warren in bin drmrsiic land* of llulton, 
()rd«liiill, riixton, nud Hrntoii, in the 32nd 
of ttiul n-ijiii. He m. Miirci-rj-. daa;;htcr of 
KoImti dr Kadclivci of Kaddive Tower. 
and had i^Mie, 

I, HiniAnn, h\9 heir. 

II. John, of MnllivTcll, living U& El>- 
WiMir III. 

III. Ai>*M. succe^aor to hi** iii'iihew. 

IV, Koicer. nho held Iniido in Manebra- 
ter, und </. priur to the Mlb of ED' 
n,itiu 111. 

Tbi? pldfsl xon. 

KtciiAKi) Of. IIVLTON, of HultoD Park, 
b:id H ^:,t^nl of lands in Hnlxblon. from the 
nbl>ntftndronvculofCoeker»iii>d,dfttf-il Itilh 
June. A(h l^Dw.iKD I[. Thi« Richan] left a 
son and «iccrswjr, 

KitiiAltn [ir Hi'LTOK, of Ifullou Park. 
wli<t «/. Jt. ;». and was t. in hij. Fstales (of 
HJitdi he hod made a aettlcincnt, 7th Eo- 






j-.fw«j-»sr* Ihr most Dnerrin|t 

irfils of their 

. ilie Mulionn 

Ltf-dliifli tlii-y Iiavr 

iTirr lbi< t'om[Ueal. 

^(•eord, 

iL-mp. BtS- 



,a»iT Of Hi LTnh, who 
tf Ri< H%K[> I. and 

the Intt^r u liraiit 

['• [ir li>in, in liun- 

lniid» wbich 

'I, hud gives 

' , n #on, 

jd A icrnnt of 

I ll.-irton. by 

til r huKbaiid. 

,- U' lIulioD, father of 

urn*- brid of her. To 

■■i. LonI of Holton. hia 

{ : ' I iQicd nil bit 

.1 d«- FKrreia 



waud III.) by bis nneli*. 

XuiM ot IliLri'S, of llollnn Pnrk.liring^ 
Irtitp. En«Auii III. whow. -Mici.i de Eeelca, 
iiiid bad, with iM.'vrral }oniiger aonB.hia auc- 

K(»ctll DE Hl'I.To^■, of Hullon Park, wbo 



* TrMn John il^ lliibrm. tb«youn|i;«atsoa,da. 
M«iMl«lib« ilahuusuf Kinipwurth. 



30 



IIULTON, OF HULTON. 



wMl'Ifd (coveiianti dntril Tdf-MUy. friuit of 
Si. Peirr, AMb Edwird III.) Alfor, clAUgb- 
ter of Adam dt l>erre, sad wka i. by hii 
fon, 

IliKicu PK lli'tToy, of Hulton Park, liv- 
ing 6lU II i:\HY IV.. who w. Aicnpii,(l»iiic)tr>T 
of KoIktI Lpfc'>* ''"'I- *^^ Adlitigton, nitd hml, 
njUi tmv diiu^lilrr, at. to Hugh liiudlfjr, 
ibrro •oiiK. viz. 

AbiM, liiB heir. 

V^'illiam, «*:liffttor to Hc^kiit IV. for 
th« roanty of Oxford, nod cullcrlor 
of tliv Donry of HlAiirtie, ttic king'it 
eldosi dnii^liirr. Hr \if\A Irnrmi^titii 
in \nfT And W'ljcan. and b; FlizA- 
beth, hU wifn, duutchter of Kiclmrd 
lladclifff. vM). of Rndvlilfv Towrr. 
left HD oLiy daut:lit*-r und lirirt-fis, 
IwiIm-IIh. m. lc» Sir William Bir- 
inin^liAfn, Liii^lit. 
RolM-rl, living 7lU IIe^ry V. 
Itof^er dc lliilton, d. brforx 8lb Jnly. I2th 
llr.KRT IV., And WHS r. by liiv i>|i1i-i>t son. 

At)*H PP Hi'nM>. of HoKoD Pwrk, 'iOlh 
RlciiAHP 11. atli HeMlT V. who IcH a 
daochtiT, Alifid. \\\f wifr of Tbnmu Cul- 
clirlb, Niid A Hon find Mtii-rei>Aor, 

Knot'.n llt't.To!ti, of Dullun Park. lirlng 
f^h lIuNKY V. iind aSod (U\ht V 1. who n. 
EJcfw, dRU(;bt(;r of Juhit Hiiltun, of |-'»niu- 
wortb, and by her, wtm miw aurvt^iDi; « 
vr^di^w 3rtl .liinr, .1?lb IIf.nrv VI. Iwd lAuir, 
Hot.t^H. Ilia heir. 
EllifU, m. to John Uradjhawe, raq. of 

BradthawF. 
AUn-, M. tA Jamu, ton and heir of 
Thymas Tildraley. r»q. 
Tbe Km and surcFssart 

RnGPR Hi'LTrtK. pu\. of Hulton Park, 
liviaC IM HKfiKY VII. bad four roos aud 
two lianghtcra. namely, 
Roocjt. hit htflr. 

J"*-"' (bolhJ.*.,i. 
Janir*. 1 '^ 

William, m. Jatte, daflglitfr and heir of 
Tbotnaa ET*Tan), rtci. of Southecton, 
Iti tJnc'oltiiihirr. and had two *oiii. 
KoCT, of l>unnin);tnn, nnd Tbomni. 

Elmiior. HI. to KobrrI Wor»clry, o( 
Tbc BiKiihm. 

Aptrs, M. to Kobert HAylon. 

Tho rMritl tiOQ, 

ItoiitK Hi'LTOx. Mq. uf Hulton Park. M. 
Katharinp, daa|;ht>'r )tnt| brir of 8tr Jntnr» 
Jlarrioittun, ami by hrr. wbn wh* livjoi- » 
widow 30lb SrptrnJirr, Kiih 111 Mi) VII., 
bad lhrM*»OM* nud our dnUKblrr, [vuiuia, m. 
to Richanl Pftfr, ttf KeBpnough. 
Tbp rltlfiki fton, 

Apam Hi'i.To?i, o«q. of llnKon Park, 
liTlbi; :ti)tb Jauuary. 'Jl-I llrMO \ 111.. 
Mpooaed Alice, only child nod hcirc«» of 



* Th* tw« fim nw afloa wrt* Huicb llaltna, 
af toftWbnl. ik ChMhtr*. ukI Alvxuidar llnlioii. 



John Hulton. eaq. of Fameworth. and Im4 
four Mona and three daughter* ; of iha lalMr, 
ibv rldrf-t, Kk-iia, wa» m. to Ralph AMfafioa, 
1^. of Grriil ly;*tr, and tb" ■n-cmul Cl*- 
mrnrrp, \n Julin Walinaloy. f<< rtli 

.\d.-ini lliillun w'tta «. at hit (^' ' , liia 

cldml .«oii, 

Wiu.iAM HrLTON, eaq. of Hnllon Park, 
who m, Elizabrth, daughter of Tlioniaa 
LrKb, c»q. of Adlin)[too, (Me vol. iii. p. 
■IM) nnd bad, (nitb olbrr iwur, of whidi 
John wa» of Slufilrford. nnd Ellrn, the wifv 
of John Hontcynf, of WoiiUliMir), • pon, 

APiU Ht'i.TON, rM|. of Hulton. wbo in- 
hcritcd. at the d(vraso of bia fathrr. !2t>lh 
ScplpaibtT, 12nd nnd 3nl PtiiUr nod Miiv. 
as anpciim by the }mm/ nurrirm iNf. Thil 
ffcntlrniaii wcddi'd (marriaiE* cw mania 
datnl •An\i January. *ilal Hknrv V||t.) 
Clemeoce, dancblcr of Sir William Norri^ i 
ofSpeake, rikI hud isiuc, 
WitxiAN, bii \wit, 
Rirbard. 

John, of Slaplrford. d. j. p. 

JnmrB, »UrcrB<Hir ti> bis brolhrr at 8ti-j 

pU-ford, Ml. Kllfn. tUnpht*T of PiMv] 

Moukt^n, of Wavorlon, and rf. abiMit] 

the y«ar 16()fl, agrd 7.'l. 

Ellen, m. tvJohu Ligbtbound, orClu»-j 

IrrlOB. 
Calhrrinc, m. to Thonaa Orton, m.(\ 

Tarwro. 
Anne, m, to Oliver Twkar. of tlaflk. ta 

Chnhtre. 

MarRarrI, fN. to Richard Aahlon, nq. 
of Downham. 
Adam Hulton 4. lOth Euz^ibcth, aad wii' 
t. bv bin Min, I 

U'lUMU Hri-Tos. mq, of Hulton Park. | 
Hi;<:d 'i'i at hia father's dnrnftr. He m.\ 
M«rp\rrt. dauicbtcr and co-heir of Ui 
Ki^lilr}. fM). of Inakip. and hnd.witfa 
iMur, of ftbitni Kathvrino wrddrtl A»kta«l 
Potter, Ffuj. of Crottton, nm| F.Ua^brlh. Ba<| 
b4*rl Daliou, c^q. of Thurubam, a aon 
ncceanor, 

Adam Hri.Tn^.raq. (■' *'■■'■ ■?•--* ' 
at. previously to 4th r'< • 

■KTII, Alirr Bai^lry. ... .1 _. : . 

waf t. by hia ddrat aim. 

WitxItM Hriro\, itmi. of Hali'in Paik.' 
who m. Katberinr, Nib d.iUf;btor ' 
Hydp, of Hydv and Norbury. in • 
b) (p-ulrix. hja wife, dau);htrr of Sir W il- 
Itam (!alvi'rty, uf CaivrrJry, lu Vurkalur«.j 
and had taeur, 

Adah, hi> hctr. 

KdMnrd. rf. unmarried to l&46^ 
llfittrix, m. to V*mt^r Hi|:by, Mq. 
Perl, 4th sou of Aiffxandar Kifby.i 
Middlrton. 
William Hulton rf. eOi 8fr--' - '"'' 
(bia nlilon m. ar-coodjy. Ri' 

Read, and Uiirdly. SarHlc l 

waa f. by hia mb. 



nULTON, OF HLLTO\. 



3i 



A«i1l IIiLToH. rtt). of llalton Park. 6. 
lu J«1t, 1007. «rbo m. Gnrc^, only dau){b- 
hrr qI EdmniKl Homuib. ciq. of llow&rtb. 

'nxi4M. lib lirtr. 
ksiMr. M. (u 'n)i>iiiiU I^cj, nq. of 

iiriT, fit. in Edwird Copley, e^q. of 
B-'' '"'** mother of the Her. 

Ji>l.. . rcciar of Elmlcy nnd 

TtwruLUl. n bi> liad Ibire ilnughu-rs, 
lit* fw-hvln, «U. 

'"■'I'l-i:^, m. Gntto nfnry 
' sq. of HultoD I'arlt, 
ri'lly loSirKalph Aubf- 
-i 

^ rY,m. roSif TliCH 

(on, ban. 
f , m. to Samuel 
(TAUon. 
> <ir9fiAle lf{lliSe(>- 
i» «. at hiB decease by bu 

p«q. of Hulti.ii Park 

inh Scpti-mbtr. l(.-iA. 

J' -1 \tiuc, oaly child 

'■ --'>p. r»q. of Wnr- 

*''.P. for Stafford, 

ri!0, ^h(i died un- 

B»-«liT» Itia hrir. 

Jn*»>- ' -yt hi hi* brolhtr. 

Cku ii Prciton in ITOi. 

Am, t^Ktl. m. fint to John 

St ' iiitrnyitr, uid sv- 

.-■:. liter Holt, e»q. of 

V*. ) MftTch, lOM. tru buried 

to tW c^AUrl of Dean Church, and mo- 

U' fHj. »;f Ftwlt-n Park, 

.ir\, llj&.>, nlio n>. at 

r, nSA, KIpJtnor. 

I. fir uf the llt'r. 

..I 11 3, .-.-ii.T '..I hltolry. biit dyiti^ 

II iMor, Uh- rauttrfl poMcd lo bis bn>- 




-r| of Hullnn Pnrk and 

1 ..t n.. .,>, iHih Ffbni- 
laiiKhtfr of 
r.iiy of Here- 



mA^Mmd kui u«uc. 
WiiiAAH. Id* beir. 
An*. «. to N kVeUs Wlnklry , of Prct- 

I Juor. 1739. 
. «i DowDhtra, to 
Ti.^.-ii^ U'-t-j. t»q. of <;i8bi»rnc 
l**rk., M.P. for Ctithrroc, und bad 
Mh^ ■ *on, Tbomns Lord Jtitiblr>> 
4Mir, aod a dau)[bu.-r. Bf«iriL-v, m. (o 
JollB Parkrr, r>q. of Hri^Mftiolino. 
k Bvtton 4. atoat tht jrar 17%, and wm 

WIUJAH Hft-ToM, c«q. of Hnllun Park 



and Famrwortb, haptiwd »t Dean 23nfl 
June. 1717, who m. Mar>% dniif^hler And cu- 
hvir of Williura Irfiph, esq. oi' Hraihoiigh- 
ton Houst^, niid by her, who w^-dded, se- 
coiidly, Edwnrd Cluwcs, V9t\. of lirtrapbton, 
left ni hiii deci'.iw, in April, 1741, au only 
un and siicrersor, 

WiujAH Hilton, esq. of Hulton Park 

and Karru'worth, b. in Ireland flth Oclobrr, 

ir^. He m. i6ti\ A|.ril, 173©, Anne. 

d^n^htiT nnd licir of John Iliill, esq. of 

DrnylMlcn. in L.-incitAhirr, nnd by her, who 

H. aSrd June, 1N(I2, bad issue, 

I. W'lLUAM, hill heir. 

n. Henry. A. 27lb NoTember. 1706, 

liftileiiant-coluni-l comniitDdantof the 

BlncLbiirnr r^piiurnl o( lr>cii] militia, 

w*. Lttnhn Ciirolinf, fmirili dauKbtcr 

of Jabn Houkr Ciiniphrll, I'^ii. of 

Kait|;i-eton, in Ppnibrokr.vliirr. Lord 

Lyon King at Arms, Scotland, and 

bad issue, 

Henry-Willinm, rf. r. p, in 1922. 

William- Adatn. bnrristcrat law, m. 

Dorothy-Anitr, yuungcst duiigb- 

tL*r of Edward (lorftt, v9q. of 

Prwton. 

Jcssott-Ccorjit? dc BUckbume, 

M. |). fc^»!i|>lDdia Company. 
Canijiljfll-BnesrI-Artbur-Urey. 
Frpderii-k-BU Ihj n-Copley. 
Louiaa-Cnroiinc-MBry-Aiinu, *■. to 
John Addison, ftq. of Preston, 
ban-inter at law, nnd rf. in IftU, 
Icnrinj; a daughter, Anuc-AgHM. 
Aniii'-Bt!«tricc. 
Eleanor- Kiiatitia. 
He nriftu- Maria. 
Charlotte- Frances- M on a. 
t. Anne, m. to Banastre Parker, es4{. 
of ExinislJe andCuerden, aodrf.«.p 
in I WW. 
Mr. Hulton c/. in France, l><t January, 1773, 
and vox mcccpded by his tion, 

WiLLUM H'LTON, e»q. of llulton Park, 
6. 2«lli May, 1762, who Bcrrcd na high she- 
riff in I7«U. He m. 23rd August, 17H6, 
Janr-, third dauyhirr of Peter Brooke, esq. 
of -Mer*", in llin irunnly of Chester, (st-e rol. 
lii.jand by lier,whow»ddi'd,iu>t-nndly,Mtgor 
Thonioji \Viliiam Boycv, had iaaue, 
WiLLUM. his beir. 

Friirii-es>-Aiiue, iw. 4(h May, 1810, lo 

the Rp». John Rowlps Browne, vicar 

of PrcHbiiry. in Cht-slure. 

Mr. Hulton d. 24tb June. iNtM), ami waSi. 

by hia »nn, Ihi^ |>ri'ecnt Wilijah Hi'tTUN, 

e«q. of Hulton Park. 



Arm* — Arg. a lion rampant gu. 
Vrrtt — In a niur:il i-TOwn, n 'tag's bead 
with a branch of hawthorn. 
-l/.j/to— Mrns Hecli neecia. 
httmltt — Jn the couuly of I^ncutcr* 
A'cai— HultoD Park, Dear Bolton. 



32 



:^ 



BERxVARD, OF PALACE ANNE. 

BERNARD-BEAMISH, ARTHrR. »q. of Palnce Abo*, in the county of Cork,] 
ft jiutice uf tlic pvncc and ctt|>taln comninnilaiit of tliu East Cariien,- Y(H>ineinrr. Mr* 
cM<dcd lo llio fanitlv esuto* by tbo vtill of bis malurnaJ uncle, Tbumux Bcnuutl, nq. 
io 1795, uul aMfumcd, io conMqtwnce, the surnnme and umu of Bna^f aru. 

1Lfnt.10f. 

iKtIda, and thct accond to Percy Fr»k*, Mf^j 

a Kon, 

TK-tNCis Bernard. (»q.»fC^*tlr Vfthoo,] 

wLow. EliiCulK'tb.dritigliirrtil '■ ii-.* 

rf<]. i>r Kntliltnrry, in tbc i <rl, 

fttiil hud iit»tir, 

I. FiiANLis, ofCftitlp M&hon.Dow 
lit' Uerimrd. judttr of Ibe Cc 
I*lrA8. He was iHtrn in 1083, 
klcinbcrfor Clr^nakilty. Ittof Wtl 
Uah and M4H>, and fur liftiMlUm, ' 

unto. Me n. in MJun *" '.• 

t>-r uf .Slr|ilipn [.udlir i hi 

Sir Hrurj' Ludlovr. lA '' . ItnA' 

ley. \\ilubirt'. and dying ID 1731^ 

vat l>uri<'(l tii tbc fainiK tiiiiH.it 

|_\ iiiooilvL-ii cbun'l), |i ' 

Imndframr Riontimi'iit !i > 

a* a mpmurinl u( titit iti*tii>)^itti 

chnrurti-r mid tali'utji. Hi* »ou 

Fniviii Brn<«4n[T, cs^. of Buii 
tioiirnc Hall. Hmtx. hi ■ 
rli' Uriianl, in iht ■ 

i'ork. m. ill 17312, l..i'it \nr-r 

I'rtty, only dau);htl^r of Hcory,] 
Eiirl of Stirlburnc. bal dyuic 
wttbtiul aurvittui; iatiiv. wai t. 
(by tbc i-idi'it »on ufhu bruOcr., 
Major Ludlow Bcrnanjj bla 
|ibrn, 
J«llt%UtK\i>ltl.MU).or(' 
riuni, Kniiidl'albrr ofili' 
JtUKh, itrcotld RlRl of IIt.^^«•«.J 

II. AriTiM h, nrnhnm prfsrally. 

I. Mary, mi, Ici KuA'-tiiua rUnl^. )>m(, 
TuUigaroii, in tlir cuonty ul Kvrry. 
(Hce vol. ill. p. <I3.) 

II. m. to Edward, vldcat aoa 

Edward Addrrlry. ckj. of *' '■ -'-- 
in Gl<>urr«ti-r>liin-. and ol i 
non, ooant) of Cort, Ly M-..>,. 



TWb (■ « hranch of ibr btmjie of fli-R- 
itARO, ol'Cnsllc Uvniurtl, Karl* iif Uaodun, 
RDd dcrirvs. ncconlint; to Tboiii.iii llawl«), 
KinR iit Arma I'-hmi. ilf.NRT VIII, from 
"SirThropbitu'i, a valiant knyi^ble of Or- 
maii drm-iil. wbfi in HHUl. »i-<-«niiianird 
'VVlil.uu Ibr CoiKiuirorlo England." Stili- 
aptliirnlly wc find ibi- Ui:tiiiimI» fli.Hii*bi(i|j 
fn tbf ro'untifs of Wrdtmon'liiiid, ^ ort and 
Norilianipliin. 

8iii TiitoviMLU%, nhowtti ton vfSir Ego- 
rrtl. waa Biiccvtdcd by 

8iR Dorr tun, the linl anrnamNi Ukh- 
««RD, or FiU Birnanl. Hi* diMi-ndaiiU 
sctlUd at \conib;itit., in W.-Minor*lHtid. (iic- 
cvnlinit to tbi? nntlturiiy aln-arf) fiuoieil) and 
ii])|>rnr In ba«u i-onlinut'd in tbal ronnty for 
many anr«rri'.i itions. Wr Icnrn 

niMi.'frum wri: - 'bnl when llrvnv 

n. Iand*-d in tnini.i. ..i I l''i. b»- wafi ap- 
c-oiii|)niit*'<l bv William Fitt Adelni. Iliun- 
frry dr U'>ha'ii, llnt:b dr I*icy. and Uoai Rr 
Fit/ Ui-BStrti). Au4 on xltr di-p-irinn- of 
HexttY fn>ui Inland. \> •xlttrd and Walcr- 
ford wpt»» rnlruatrd to Fttl B»rnani*i cii»- 
totlv. 

HiH I*! ■ ^Rf. V.nii:hl, of Aconj- 

bRok, in '" Linil, tho lini-'tl di-»«.-)'n- 

lUnt of Sir Uurburd, nurrird llnnnab. 
dauKbirr nf Sir Jubn IMkiu^lon, and naa 
gnmdfalher of 

Sir IIfart Birhanp. knltcbt, who mar- 
ri«l Adii' r firSlr Jobii Datrion.ur 

W«almf>f ' ^''^d iourfoiij. K'tnwit. 

WiUiam. r in-v' "■"■ and Cbarlc*. Tbf tliinl 
son. 

p,, .... .- II.,... .1.1, .-^,, ». tlli-H iti In-lnTiil I 

danibien, Ihc cidw m. Ut J*ir ticorsv iUy I 



^F.;,.,. l...l» ... 



,.«1n. rJ 






■ ■ .Tf),', ..viii,. •'*rf. MUM) 

•mt [Mvr. (S^ Uvaaa4 Pmnft «ad llai 



DERXARD, OF PAUCE ANNE. 



33 



wjf*., *-14»«i tUnnlitrr of Sir Mnttliew 
II' )>trrjiutiti> of thr King's 

n :i. 

til. Annt, u. lo Rotmi FooLn, f^sq. of 

1*^. K-r' -- M. 10- — Giflard, rsq. 
©I Ttjfir in'iut(Idau}rh(er, 

*o;. *,..- r and iM'Sr'-M nf Arthur 

Cifford. rM). m. iu IIM, floii. Wtl- 
Uksi br»bftM>ii. K^ontl i>un of the 
Mvcolh SUrl ofMi-atb. 
llr. D»imr\] toul Rn iru*»' imrl in oppo- 
•^■•^ J the turbitlriil i>{iiril of 

%i tiakr^ in. ntirj uliimnuly Ml ■ 

<4rt>» ia lL<L~ L^u« I (I in lif fence 

«4M*ca«lIr. >lr... > ■>( M)ii, .liirlj^ 

Bmud. appvnr in lin: li*i ol' (irrsnns jt|- 
IUiBto4 W Uie Parliamrni of Jamij II. in 
B>^'> ' (lieirefltate«oathe 

I Marv. 

KT- Bvrbar'i t •' ' nil) h>ii, 

AjtTHvH IIiR%tKD. eiui. of PalAcc Anac, 

*mr- Basdoa, iu il.f 'v -if C<irfc, h. in 

Wit iBuried Anr.! . jmJ h^jr of 

iiyt Lp Pott, or I .. . l MouiH Fjf- 
*■■*■". im (lw> coanly of Wklerfonl, and liad 

I. Kocra. )tl« brlr. 
H. Fraiiri*. 

Ml. Cr«ont«. trlio m. n iUiijihtrr of Sir 
WniMm '''MlrinRton. of Doddiitfrton, 
i» ' ' rstiirc. (;raiidfath«r of 

Vi Sir Edward Codriiig- 

«>l 'i.ul 

■ ' I.<Klg;e,lir«rLccd«, 

a K' II* nil ii!ii IT in xUt aniiy And 
eq4oB«l of tlii* H4tli Itt'^imrnt, 

rmwr-'*- ' "IfinlTM. Ilrwu 

a»)<< u-k rwlduririfrthe 

•'■ I t^lUBLE*, faiirlh 

:.^nd, in Irr-land. 
■ irdd. in IH2(I. 

(*. AkTMt'R. iiarci-*A(ir in liin m-plicw. 
' Ai>i»r. ■■. Tf> ^^'iIliam (-'onnrr, vsn, 
mmarmW" ni-TvilIf laniily. 

II. Eliali^ ■' ..l^TOibbou. 

a«. AImtU. o*. i I. i;ri*i-n. viq. 

bmI k»<I an <N I anil ht'ircM 

^ ' -ilf, iif Mydc 

P* k. falhrrof 

iw». ^fiimr ti>d», r«*clor of 

■'•'-'-'• ^lin. raq. of 

r.irk. 
.. .- : ._ ;., .. LiiBDl Cooprr, 

fl. Cailfrinr. m. in Edward Mnrtin, 
••j Tbeir only djLU>^lit(>r 

**'- '1' HoMlind.rMi. mnvnr 

•f Cnrk, (n 1773, brother of Sir ifa- 

* 1W Rwy ^ la Ph*r, ur f'cmn-. wibi a Hmi- 
rf On *lllMl knl|[bt fitr IUikv*- Ui I'mr, 
^■^hmmI ftlran|Hii«w In IfplwHl. ntd W« 
rf A» Eart* of ff rua«. 



tnucl Rowland, knight, and bud one 
fton ntid two dnnirlitrn, viz. Eflwird 
KdwlHnd, who™. Miss Oiirdc; Mary 

Itoulnnd, hi. (o Hiinning'. i'(ti(. of 

KitcroQfr.and Cftllifrini' Rowhtnd.nf, 

to Foster, omy. of lUllyiiialoo 

Cantle. 
VIK Tlmmasinr, m. to William CoRh- 
l»n, t>9i|. of Yuut;lial, father of Jt-rr- 
miah CoeMnn, fsij. of Anlo, in the 
county of Wiiterftiril. JiTPiitinhCoglH 
Inn'a eldcft datightpr, Anna, fN. in 
17lk'». Ht-nry, Kat\ of Uarryinorr, hi^ 
wcond duufrhOT wt'ddcd the Due de 
Coalrois, n French noble. 
VIII. MiirKnrrt, n. lo Edward Barret, 

ccfi. of Towcrmore. 
i\. Ilenrit'liik, m. to Arthur Bernard, 
e^. bftrrititer at [aw. noii of Judge 
Ik'mnrd. 
X. Arabella, d. uainarried. 
Mr. Dcriiard prected. in 1714, the fomily 
mansion of Palace Anne, ncnr tlie rivrr 
Uandon, whert- his Bucceiyiora have Iwen 
iiince deatrd. In 1702. lie wan n[)pnin(rd hy 
the lordu chief ju»tii-t*8 of Ireland, to the 
rotninand of the .tlilitia DraisuonK of Fast 
CarlnTy, a body cliicfly com|>oded of frre- 
hoUlers, which, undrr his direction. p*?r- 
formed efficient Mrvice on many occjisions 
during tlie war of Uie Revolution of ICatJ. 
His eldest i«oo, 

RnijER Urrnard, esq. of Palace Anne, 
Riairied » dnufchter of Harimr, and left at 
hix decease nn only child, 

Rof.FR Hfknakp, esij. of Pnlare Anne, 
high KhcriQ' nf the county' of (*ork, in 1707, 
at wboav decease unmarried, the entatea 
pBMed to his uncle. 

AnniiH Brknahp. e*q.of Pnlace Anue, 
i, in 171(1, who m. his ronsin, M.iry Adder- 
ley, great |;niiiddaughter of Sir Mullhcw 
liflle, nnd had JAnue, 

I. Francis, who 4. <. p. 
n. TiioM.(i», heir. 

111. Artliur. wliom. Mitrgnret, dnuKhter 
of — Warrcn.csii. of f:n«l]e Wiirreti. 
in ihf county of Cork, nnd hus with 
other issue, a son, 

.\rlhur. major II. PK4lbrepment. 
I, ElizNbelh. Tu. to Uiclinrd Beamiab. 
ciu|. of Kahajvon. tn Ihe county of 
Cork, and had is»nr, 

Thon)H-« Ilenmish, late nu^'or K.1rd 

regiment (dcceitsed). 
Arthcu BtAHisii. euL'ccseor to hia 

uncle. Tlioman Bi-niard, esq. 
Vinceut Bi-aiiiish, lieutrnttnt ftlh 
(King's) regimriit, rf. in (he West 
Indies 
George Beamish, lale captain 3Ut 

regiuirnl. 
Bernnrd Urninisb. iate lientetuint 

Mth rcKiniFnl. 
Samnrl Bfiiniish, late captain tMlh 
i) 



94 



DROWN, OF IlARF.niLI-S OROVE. 



■V|:iffieiil, m. Ellra, daiightrr of 
tJMir^T Byruf .i'("|. «rnlh«9 i»*m*- 

Addcrlrir Brain nh, Ute t-apUiii :tlsl 
rrpnifiit, m. i'raiu'ps, diaghter 
4nd hptfVdS of the Inte Uruiral 
Hcninrd. by Elixubvlli. lUuKliIrr 
of Mflcalfr Frwtot, ««!■ "f 
Tliorvw. in Y«rkt>liiiT. 

Hirhinl B<-itiiiUli, deomM-tl. 

EItMl>rlh Drauil-ili, m. to Thomu!* 
Aiuttt.-ii. CM), of Shfjif, in thn 
rount)' uf <'tirlL.. 

Mnry lit'Hniuh.m. toWilliim Sul- 
livun, p»4|. Inl<! nuijor 7l>Ui rrgi- 
aicnt (dccenwcl). 

June Brumi^ti.di'ct-AK^. 

Anni* Hi'nmiAli, 
II, Aliciu. nt. 10 the Rer. John llint;- 
tti>u, of AKli*< i'> tlt*^ county of Coiil. 
(IScc family ofHiKusTuN.) 



III. Anne, <£. vtininrri<.'d. 
Mr. R^ninrd, wha «m» ym^mt n( Baiidoa 
for many yr^am, H. kI an hdvamrd ii|;t', tn 
I7U3, and na» i. by bin ton, 

TlioHAs Bi'.H^AKD. r«q. of Pftliu-ff Amir, 
nb" m. llarrit-T. dauftbtt.'r of — Lucas, nq. 
but dyinK witlii>ut iwur wiw i. Ity lii» nrphcw. 
Arlliiir lir:tiiii»h. rMj. nbo KMiitii'^i, in i-nn- 
M-(|Ui-ii(-(>,tbf Aurnxmoanil wrmfiiif Buts iHD, 
■lid i* tlie prcK-iit AriJiur Umui<M'II>k- 
KARti, esq. of Palace AnM. 

Anmt — Ar^. alH-nd u-ckAr^Fd wttbl 
i!»callo)i shrlU of ikc IftL 

I'rrtI — A drnii lion niX. holdittK bctwrra 
bis (Miws a Annk.).' ppr. 

Motia — Virtus proWta nonrvdL 
Eatatft — In thv county of Cork. 
Semt — Pnlace Annv. nenr Bandoa. 



BROWN, OF HAREHILLS GROVE. 

BROWN, JAMES, mi\. of Ilaivliillii Ororr, in tbe county of York. b. 25th 

b«r. 178ti, m. lOtb Juns, 181 1, Charlotte, third daagfaW of 
Matthew Rhodes, esq. of Campfield, o«ar t««(U, awl 
issue, 

Jamfs. ofTrinily foIlrKC. raliibriitgi-. i. Irjib April, l«U. 
Ch»rlMlli- Aniir, m. I Itb Jmir. In;V'!I, to Rirbard StialU* 

«(irib Sirptttfiild. nq. of Th<* Rucks. iaSo M s ^ . (f 

vol. ii. !>. 4'i^.) 

Mary, 

A nwr- Riiodca- WiUimns. 

Mr. Brown siicc«cd«l his father in 1813. Haiaa 
treto and deputy -I iou I (-nan I for the West Riding of Y( 
•hire. 



$' 



Jamm Bhown, esq. an rmtnent mvrcbant 
M Uwds, marrtiHl t7th OctolxT, 17HA. Anno, 
only dattghlrr and ht-in'si of Samorl Wil- 
liams, esq. of the same place, and hud two 
sons, namely, 

Jami » [.;■ tifir. 

W I :itn*, of rbtil>rl Allrrton. 

Ill I , a iMttilkrr in Ijccdf and 

London, a mafttstratr' nod drpuly- 
limitmant for the Wr»t Bidiok; ol 
Yorkfblr*. b. Unh Fibrusry. 17KH. 
*m. 'iartt N'i»mihrr, Ihi-2, Mari^nrvt 
flriii'kdrti lluiicAn, of Pbil-itlelpbia, 
in ibe riiitrdSLtt4rB, ;>ud by brr. mIio 
died ^Ird May, 1830, bail o«e son and 
tMii diiiiithirm, via. 
.Saniuel-Janirs, h. 7M^ October, 
IHM. 



Ann-Wtlluini. m. to Tlioniaa ' 
yoD, esq. ofUledhotr Hall, 

Margarrl-IVoorttB. 
Mr- Bntwn d. in Iflrt, nml was i. Iiy 
fidrr son. ilir prr-wnt Jauu tiRnw\, ran., 
HorrbilU Orove. 



Arm* — .\rR. on a htrnd m. i nnlinj 
between two six pointml mnllfts flave€\ 
quartering W|ij.ia)i», 

f'rTj/--A drmi lion rampant or, 
two rlrpbauta' tmnks ppr. 

iV«((n — Peiwrcm deotjue confid*. 

EttmUt — GiptoB, Tonlstoo, aad oChcB i 
Yorkshire. 

5e«f— Harchilli Grore, near Lerda, 



Jh 



ILLYAMS, OF CARNANTON. 

(^simrrlp a( UowtoirntC-) 

VUXVAMS. HUMPHRY, oaq. of CarnaDton in Cornwull, lord of llic royal maoor 
of Caroanton,//. 20lh April. 1792, m. 14th Janiiiu-j, 18'2i, 
in tbe nbbey rhiirch ftt Bath. Ellea FranceB, jaiingeAt 
ilnufibter of C-otonel Witlimn Brydgvs Nejaou, of dutlfl 
Neynoe, Id the county of .Sli^'u, and has iKUc, 

j4Me&-NeYNoe-Vivi<iK. h. inih April, \S23. 
HnmphrV'John. b. lOlli NovrnilKT, 1831. 
EilwnnlAViliiain-BrydgeA, A. filli Noyember, lHd4. 
Ellen-Anne. 
Ciiarlottc- Dorothea. 

Mr. Willyanu, who succeeded his father 10th February, 
\S'29, is a magistnle aad deputy lieutenant for (tie county 
of Cornwall, deputy «-ftrdon of the StannArieii, nnd itenior 
captain in die (toy&l Miners regiment of Light Infuntry. 

Hinrngc. 

f Wu.tv«li«. or Bi It was i «-tth Thomoji Prideanx) of the manor 




I fv>DOn-i*d tvttli tlip Arundrllx of War- 
i of Lunkcmc. ■with onn of whom 



n* Irai comvKi 

fthc. 



aatr %hc- 
mUmm,. 



inrcslor fAmt- inrti 
UH.%, ihtr iNireiil 

■ni^r n\y^, being in 
From thisBOcc*- 



Wanhin «r DorwuliJrr 
40m.tmiwA two m.h*. 
I. Adim \' I'orn »*»<iiit l-IM). 

irtw m. ■ -• or Prtilpwiis of 

Aabwlna, aad hvcanie ccttird At Slr>w- 
iard. ill Harford, county of Devon. 
Re left a wM. 

Tttt««At, fr. in I.VS4, who was 
tira«Krs of tiM? Hni-sE uf CoH- 
mmi%, in ItM. He m. the co- 
Iwww of Cruea of Cblmlvy. .md 
4it4 in lOOS. In llie |>ariiih 
nhareb tbero b oow siandin;^: n 
v*rf iMadaoow monumeiil to his 
WKHtinrj, bvarln; a ccmplimen- 
tmry bat qtwiut |Diicri|ition. His 
oflly •un. 
Joou'WiUTAHv. to whom in tlip 
•MB* otnirch t» rrected n inonu- 
mpat Btatln); ihr p^rio'l of bis 
i9«^craM>. Ifll.",. HM r»tlifrof 
Jv.Mv 1\ Mi ^ (*«*, MttM married llie 
!.■ f .. .1 r.U.iiniht-.ofCqlctoek. 
■ji'.! I- !; J n,n mid «iirfT-s*iir, 
J '.»•■. \\ iii.'\ t»i*,»h«(di«iliii I71rt, 
wjlfamil tanr. 
M. TMcmu, uf wbon wn have to trrnl. 
aim, 
WiuTiHk, waa bnm in r<im*»nll. 
|te UMy }*■ -- - liMly nnnicd Jane, nntl 

I I ■- - IWO Mitt*, 

i •«!.. bora ntStow- 

. iil.-il in Cornwall. 

» 1073. At ' I i:r.tiil fnitri 

iIm Cf0wa«i.. I. biai 0'*i"<'> 



of Broadoiil., in Cornwall, partofUie 
lands of the attained Marquis of Exc- 
(pr, who wii9 f\cciitrd In 1631}. Id 
Iflld Thomas Willyinns was in sole 
ItOAiennion. He tt. r. p. in 168(t. 
III. Auothnr son, who migrated into 
Switzitrland at an earlv nf;c. and be- 
enrae ancestor of the Viillyamoi of 
I hat country. 
The eldest son. 

\\'ilj.UM WiiLVAMSconimonjyfrtyled "of 
Koseworlhy," havin)^ received tlut manor 
aa a gift from Sir John Arundell, of Lon- 
herne, in (he 37 ELU.tBEtii. ns sh<.>wn by 
tlic dpfd which is still in the poMCftiiion of 
the family, niarrird four times i by his first 
wife. ElizJthfth Yorkf, he liad an only ma, 
John, who tt. iiwunlf US ; by ike M-cond, Mnr- 
>:iiret St. Aubyu. he had' no child; by the 
third, Alycf, co-hviresa of Roger Honey- 
church, of Avilou (Jifford. in Devon, he had 
five children, and by Ihe fourth, June, co- 
heirfos of Trcreniinnl, or Trewinnonl, no 
issue. By Alyci* Hmieyi-hnrv'h, h\» third 
wife, who d. in January, l(MH, ihe children 
wore. 

WiixiAM, bii heir. 

Ro|;cr, 6. iu July, and rf. in September, 

iniJO. 
Arthur, h. in lfH)t. died in 1669. 

Rog^T, b. in inoa. 

Miiritaret, h. in l(»m. 
Mr. Willyams dird I'Jth Junr, 1023. and 
was durcci'drd by bis wm, 

WiU-UM Wiu.Y*u«, esq. A. 27th Novem- 
Ikt, 16UH, who M. '2(llh Novi-mber, imi), 
Jane, daughter and hpirese of Mu;h«fl Vy- 
vran, rsq. of PhUlack. a bmneh uf theTre- 
lowarrrw futnily. and hy hn.who died in 
Miirch, 1666. hnd wtlh otlier issue, aaon and 
pu'i"' i*t»t(r. 
KttiriiNiLY Willyams, oaq. &. in October, 



M 



WILtYAMS. OF CARNANTON. 



leZP, wba M. ill AaRttit. 16M. Uorothv. Biiter 
(«iiil r%riituftl livin-M ill 1668) t>r Thomas 
A<Iiliiii.'lr»ti,* t's*\. »if Lrii^li, ill ilif pariiili qI 
Hit;)i IlieLin^riii). Drvmisliirt', ain] ti.it) wjlh 
oUi^r < 1ul<lri-ii, will) ilirti }'tmng, 

II. Tbuinun, A. in Dt-mnlHT, l*J7l, (■«!>- 
tniii U.N. %fliu dieiiii^:ui9lit'(l bimnrlf 
in Tiirious rn);ii^rnir-iiU. He coni- 
miindril ii Uiii' ul' bittlli- »)iip in the 
M^tlilrrriiiifitn. iiikI on lli-it nrciuiiin 
madr bini«L'll' ntor<^ »)iui|iic:iiaiiit fur 
bencroleaco iIuid diMTcUon. Hmr- 
ing (bnl u poor Jriv >tnk» (o be lh<- >ab- 

{*Pi-t vt nil uitlo tin ft-, be Inndetf bil 
ionU* crrw nml eBrricit off ibr iinfor- 
tuiiBlr erraliirr mil of ibtr )iut«rr oT 
blslurmeiitur*. The S[innii*1t g<i»erii- 
mrnl, prffcrrinf; it compliiiiil, he w»* 
ordered home aiiU (]f)irivt*d of hii 
cfiramoDd, but. by ihv l'.ivi»ir of the 
Queen, wak vonn nfterMnnln rejn- 
il«b>a. Capliiin Thoain* WilljiiniB 
m. Ibc only lUu^hlrr ul' Admiral 
Cooper, ftod wiu Ji. b) hi* n-in, 
Joiis, abo a captniii in ihe II. N. 
who m. Mm (Jootlyer. aitirr of 
the tinrurtuuatc i^ir John Uvne- 
lov, (lonhnin.uiilhvdeAlborbcr 
alhrr hrolher, she fluet-vrdrd u 
hrlfi'M. ) nnil hnd n aon, 
C041PKK, iliHpliiiii In ihf navv, 
on btiiLril thr Siun^iire, iii 
tbfl Uultlr ot ihe .Nile, iif 
nhirh be puhli^hetl nii jti- 
trn-fliiii^ acrniinl umlcr the 
title of ■' A Vuviip^ Dp the 
McdilerrancAi). ' U<- iviu 
also anlbor of "The Cntn- 
IMifpi in (he West Indies," 
lit Ihe iirr»entiilion of Lord 
CiiKneellur (Clihiti.Mr, f'oop- 
rr Willyiuim hr<-Aiiie ri*ctor 1 
of lUnlrmii, b (irt-ffrmrtil 
he re»i^ricd furlbe reelorieii I 
of Kin|[»ionjt>dSKiurinoiith, | 
in Kent, ^ir the |>re90i)tMtion 
of rhe Uichop ol' KoehtaU'r, 
uiid Sir tl^jiTton llr^direa. 
He ti. In iHin. leutinj; tooT 
children. 
IM. %Vj||ium. A. in April, l(t7(i.eolIeelor 
of Ihe Port of PenPi 11, nnd mnyar of 
Kalniuuih. lit I7;JU. w. Aikk*. ')iui(ch- 
(•-r of — S.iiidy9, rw]. fiiiil tfHH bim 
d4>«c«>ndfil itie'gBll.iiii tBfitAin Ed- 
wanl l>ill<>ti, drowned in ihe d«ri»){ 
IfacMijth fruilleiu laientpl to »a»e Uie 
life of hit •Oh, who hud fjillro o\«r 
the Bide of lii« ship into tlie Tifiu. 
IV. Hum|ihre>,ir. in May. UMU. 

• tW ■wnt Uii «Mmi(b it at Urn ^« 
ftBdjr. nMtvtMMBttMMMfUbafthAAddur- 
IM^ b i n«y prtiMi Mat*, i»AtftAlkAwA. 



V. Cbarlrs. (. in July. 1681. 

I. Porothy. &. to April, UfTi, m. tn At 
Ke». Willi«ni Heilfonl.viinrofTrr- 
piMrr'v.nod (!uby, nneeitor of the lilv 
admiral tledfunl, of Taviatodl and 
I'lymotitb. 

II. Jane. A. in Nnveml>rr, I'fVt. ni. lo 
John Lanyon, of Lnnyon, in (ininear, 
^rnndfiither a( lieutenant William 
Lnnyon, R.N. Hr>ll Liiown for bU 
rnrioiini wrta of hr-mlini itttd bene* 
lence in bin profrMtoo, the lB«t n 
rivor of ilione (i^nllnnt officers Mho m 
compunied ('nplaiii Cook in hi* vor 

X9. T»irp liv ein-iimnnviumefl tv 
\*r with that diatinutiiaheil rum 
niftnilrr. anil wax nilb bim al thft. 
I^eridd of hi« meUiit^liuly end. 
IM. Rlixabeth. k. in April, tOKl. Th 
tadywii«aoi'onj»picu<Hii'f'irIn rlw-aBt 
thai (he Vuven (Anne) •reinic lirr i 
Ihe park, aenl for her to rnrae to 
voiirl, She m. Mr, fJrevnwood, n. 
men-hnni of London, but d. t. p, 

IV. Tr>pli>-nn, (mih MJth KliKabiib, 
to lite Kev. William .Symons,vkmr 
(.'ornellr .ind Merthrr. 

V. Honour, ft. in Januiiiy, I6H6, m. ( 
William»,urTrebaDeBiidTrewilluui. 

The ehleil aou, 

John Wit-LVtHi, eaq. of Rotenrortlif, 
in Ht-pteniber, IfHMI. m. first in lilH.^. Itrid 
nil) ri, yoiingeet dau^hu-r and t-o-beir of culo-' 
nel Haniphry Noye, of Carnanlon, •'ool*' 
aim of William Noye, attani«y-|ce>D»T«l to 
('iUHi,ri> \. itf b|r»»rd mriuory." a« bU boh 
unnient in Mnni^nn i:b«fi-b imports, and by 
whom ranie the t'aniaiiton rfttntr lo lb* 
fainily. Her mother vkk Heab-r, aiater 
Ibe Indi Uuron Sandy*, of tbc Vine, wk: 
niiblcDian died /. p. when the title fell 
abeyaiio- amoNtf bi» »i»ter». By ber. 
died to inUJ, he b'ld 00 ipMie. He aa 
coitdly, l>orotby, beirrM of Pe|rr Oay, 
of Keiuf(i;an. in .St. Culoiub, atid had' 

1. Joil\. h. in Mart'b. I7l>l. who baltf 
company and arrved in the fni 
mtwd by Hn|[h Boacaiveit. in XT 
Hi- tn. in l7-i:i. \nii, dMicblvrj 
hi'ireaa of Jnlin Olirrr, n*\. oT 
tooulh, And had one aun anil 
dauchter. %ix. 
John Oliii-r. h In May. 1731. 
ChiiHolte. dauKblT of rhaM»ee 
ToMUHud. c»i). M.I', fat I 
doD. and rf. 3rd Ueoeoiber. I 
t. p. 
Anne, M. to Vi illiaiii LetmNi, 
faibrr of chT: Ub> .Sir H'llliai 
Lrmou.luin. M.f. forCoi 
durini; mora than half « e»»t w ^, 
and (H'aiidfallier of tbc 
Hir Charles Lemaa. bmh. 
II. P. for Ibe H'eal«n IHrk 
of tbalconniy. 



im 



mm 



WILLYAMS, OF CARNANTON. 



37 



in. iAHiLa, of Mhiim prrvrntJy. 

I Bridj^nan. &. in Jul}, 17ir7, m. to 
H«»i*i*, utSi. V.(ro»ir, aniVBlnrur l!ir 
Hrr. l»r. llmrci^, Author of Ctmrch 
lliuarv. nod many oibcr works on 

Mr. ■^^ (*attiiiicmiu«fi>rliui>cti*Fand 

mmliifnt »db«rciic«* to ihr Sluirls, sufTcrcil 
pcTMmtiaa for Im nnaobninit lo ihitt 
IfoufT. He wiu* tlrpritptl oftiii 
>n uf till- (M-iirf diiriiig Ilif rfi^'ii of 
WtuJAm aittl >1«K), but restored nootiAOvr 
A> ■MWMiM ofQuFt-n Av^r. A f^ood pic- 
^of KiBfC Jami • n.,» >t i^iniiinton. was 
. ■ecrtiidd fiM ninnsion, 

Jamm \^ '. <*lli March. 1780, 

AMfr«. dtmKhkT of William Jane. 

> !>iA heir. 

ill 175a. rf. ill 1774. 

<•• •■ >ri Itoly onlors, fr. ia Fp- 

l"^' , m. fir«(, tSnraii, only 

llnir, and hiilf »istpr 

Shuikbiir^h. Iinrl. ntio 

- r- null J, Mnry , bisUt 

I I, rwj. M. I*. Mnd 

— 17.12, Iraniig ftn 

J_tnili:rinHt>. m. to (^p* 
t>in F. K'l^rr*. K. N. »uii ofJoTin 
Rnpprv. irtq. of ptMirws**, liy Miir- 
nrrt. hi* nifr, eUlrrof tk« Intt 
Lttnl Ur l>iiiiHUti«nin. 
», Imrniu I7T4. </. in nf>7. 
iKmiJin, A-iii l74N,rf uiiiiurrfed, 

Ml. J»fw. fr, in 17<V), tt. «l>o aoinu-ricd, 
I* ITfMI. 

^ , *> iMjth*/. younif. 

tad bfiir, 

" "f T— . ft. 30th 

'.(• r«r- 

,,. pgftii 

lica, Iml rrluniing (<> 

rJ 1, III tT7l>, Ann, only 

, rin, t'«|. of 

Mt nftlipcity 

.177*2, 

■ rj at Hi. Jiillll » Col- 

•igv. Ttiia grnllciiinn 

^4^, !• I th^iiiy ytmn, ilir rnnintand of 



the CornwnU uiililin.und on its beliif; 
di»etnbodit.-d in \Hlfi. hr drvoie^l him- 
Brir li> litvriiturr. Hi" publishwt " Th« 
Inlliii>ni.-t> of Genius,' n unum, nnir 
U)f fttyle of llrnllir, having alr<>ady 
appiiared before (he public in a work 
vulitled " A Tn'ntitv on Modem Hdu- 
ciiIioD." cinbelUshcd with dcsl^^ns 
rroRi liih mm pi.-oi-il. Hi- m. Sarah, 
oril> diiii^htt^r and lieireiKi of MmkIcz 
Da fiMiu, nnd died in November, 
INM, leaving no luue. 

II. Juliii-CLaiupiou, b. ill June, I7HA, 
rntrred the India MTvice. but died 
'2ad Juiir-, \*¥X5, on board Uir Mnrchi- 
ttm-m d( Ivx<.-Irr, ludiumaD, tuid wus 
burini lit Nl. (Irlf'nii. 

ill. 1{iiHi>iiitY, linrncASor In his falbrr. 

I. Anni*. m. in IH(X> in ('aptain Roweti, 
ofUiiviTfonluc!it. Mrboftrrvfdiii l!ol- 
liiiid. uiiiIiT till' Dukt.- of Ynrl, at Ihc 
Hrldcr, iind hus »tmtii)L-d tliPtif. She 
ti. li-Bvtni; four rliililrc II. 

II. Rliza-nrii)|;i.-mun, m. in 1800 to n 
Captain (nu«t Ijortl) James O'llrirn, 
II- \. bii'tluT of till- prcstnl MarquLi 
of Tli'iinoiid, imd dii.'d at Cliriuu, of 
funtnimptinn, leaving no rhild. 

HI. CharlnKc-L'tinmpiori, Ni. (o Ibf Rct. 

T. Piiscoe, rii-ar of Si. Hilary. 
tV. Janf-ljOnina. 
V. Ssnih, m.to thcUev.ThomiLBUrylla, 

rotior of Cardynhatn, and one of tlie 

prpbcntiariits of Ihi' (.iillicdral i-bnrcb 

nf E\i'(i-r, anil Ims iMtic. 
Mr. Willvame. a inn^idtratc, drpiily-lirn- 
tt^aanl anij di>puiy warden of the St^nneritv, 
served for many year* durinic ibe war, 
bulilini; the runt of field otGccr in tlie('orn- 
wiiU niilitin, niid »ucce<'di-d, on ibc deniiM 
of biB relative-, John Oliver Willyams. in 
IMH), to thf rarnanluii nsliil'*. [(•■ d. MHb 
Ft'bruary, IN2H, and wan tmixefded by bis 
onlyxon. tbeprespoi IlLumRY Wri4.V4Ms, 
eM). of Oarnantou. 

Armt — \ fi'ss cbfirky, gn. nml vt-rt. Iw- 
tweoii ibn-c crifTniFi' lii-ads, craned of tbo 
Ibitd ; eai'li j^ut^d nilb adnca) roroiiet. or. 

Crttt — On a dacul foronel. a falcon. clo»e 
ppr. bulled, or. 

AfoHo — lu domino confido—Camieh motto, 
" Mcor ran tlia Drw." 

K»liilrM-~h> roruwatl. 

Srai - -ranMUiton 



38 



LOWE, OF BROMSOROVE. 

LOWE, Th* Rrtvimrf THOMAS HILL PEREGRINE FURYE, procentor «i«l 
cvooQ rciuleDtiar)' of Exeter, b. 21st December. I7HI, 
Mih February, 1808, Ellen Lucy. elil««tilaii(i^terof Geor^ 
Pwdoe, esq. of Na»h Court, in the county of Salop, utd bu 
ij»ae, 

Thouas. b. 2Sth January, 181 1. 

Gcorgt!, I. 4th Febroftry, lbl3. 

Arthur, h. 27Ui July, ItlU. 

Noel, b. 23rd October, 1817. 

Lory, m. to her oousia, tlieRerexcDil TboowiuDO I 
and has inne. 

Helen. 

Anna. 

Km ma. 

Harriet- 
Mr. Prcreotor Lowe k ft ma^trats for SUrop^rs. 

Umtagt. 

cbaini, awl by e\qauile tormenti oom| 
to redeon biimtrlf. hit aaiA loriU tbe pi 



The family of Lowe was eitablislted in 
Earland by one of the companions in ann« 
of u« CtiSQt'ENoK, ttnd hna pfpterred a male 
■occr^sioD ninct' ibiil rf mote era. *' 1 niiul 
Botforgi't," aayi Mr. Abiii){dou,in speakinf^ 
of tb« abbot aad coareot of Worcester, "to 
mention theyre bpnefticlnr*. Tlirn- wcr*" in 
thys Iiurdshyp Iniif niinciirnt inhnliilnnti^s; 
onr lyiwp, wrytten (formerly and dtill pro- 
nouncpd berre L>iwa) wboM auncestor wiu 
one of tliecnptaynea who fought uud«r Duke 
WiUiam of NormoDdvc. in the conqaeet of 
Enirlaodt aj appvarcth in a rowle tnu»l ex- 
Airily dniwu and carefully krpi in FUiiilrn. 
tlin ro|iy whcrfof Wiu wntmre bv a gt^uUr- 
mati of tfaifl famity, to j^ive ine litjht in ihr 
obKiirity of niiUquityea. NttytbiT can this 
deroghi from Lowe of 8hropabirr ; wiiere 
Citiidu l^irt.- Av ClivF. 7lh Hexnt VI. wac 
retumrd uito the t-icheckcr to attend ihp 
K(n){, a« an r«i(uin', tpa pt»rt»luH amm ah 
aiu*»trti ; for why may tbry not botbr 
■prioge from one rootef But to return to 
my purpose : Strpbanua de Imvtv (ion of 
Alanua de Lawr, and direct auce»t<jr of tiit 
family before us) i^aYvall histind iu Lawv- 
0eld, whii'b be liold in Mun*, of the isunkcs 
of Worcfstrr, la the Hainr priury. Hr niurr- 
over, by the rotisent oi' Dionysia, Kla wife, 
raw to bis lord« the s»id |irii»r autlconvrni, 
in pare and iHrrpriunl aim*, crrtoin aaaan 
or new (.-Irnn-d Und.ciilK-d IhpSrken. lying 
imdrrtbe Mrubiv. v*itli ail ilic <.»r<i*c llier*: 
but for the surrvnilfr of lIun*- iukI <ithi'r 
lands. tbt< Priuur and Muukt-a y«-Aldcd him 
■omc r<.'<:()uipeu»t and >*itc mo«l (liaritablr 
lo him. for boing by tlie Jms at \Vonr«r>tcr 
dtftalnad Id prison, and tundrd with heavy 



* Unt ia iha oU Rwhah woid for a 
■nd tlM SMI nf iJm fuMUy \mat man 



Mil. 
imula alara- 
tiaa e« Iks iwrtli skla of Am rivar FacM, tlwy 
ip p aii n ily lodk thnir aaaa» fnaa it. 



Wer: 



and convrni, lM>ing moved with pity, 
seeing bim forsaken of all his frimds. 
by tbe expending of much raooey. frve hit 
from bis bonds, and restore faia lo lite antlj 
liberty. Thosdid ttio rvligioas drlir*r Ui 
out of the jawes of bj * cruel crediton. 
otbtT annrient gfolli'mau was PcnhnI 
whom Alurpdus de Penbull. falling 111 
into the merdlea bandes uf Ihrw dev( 
usurarioos Jewes, then d«eUii>t:r iu 
cester. was also by tbe Priour «iid Monki 
rcdf rmed out of that thmlldnme." Tb« ~ 
niily LHinlinued fur n long ai-riea of yi 
rvMdent ni the Lowp, and aasoug tba «■!• 
ueul persons it prtxluL'^-d in early linos, *• 
may OMation John Ump. an AucoMiM 
monk, at Woreeslcr. rousecmted Uakopof 
Sl Asaph, in 1433. Hi'uritlBT Lows, hk^ 
BbvrtlT of Shropshire, in I43». and Riciuas 
Lome, who was retained lo nam in Fi 
with one man at anaa and lhr«e 
tftoa. Rdward IV. 

Thoma» Luwk. of the Lows, in tho 
of LiDdridge, Worcestershire, head of' 
ancieot bouM towards ibe i-Ium; of Ike II 
centaiy, nwrriod Aane Foater, and 
father of 

IUhhv Lowe.of dM Lowe.tieincm 11 
bal dead before lOOS, who wedded at Kalgh^ 
ton chapel, ard Fehruarr, lAM. Ltorodky. 
dmcbtarof Willinm Baylica,of the Uowur^ 
b mi puish of Kmk. nnd had Imuc. 
I. TlinUAA.nflhvl^we.wbodiedl 
1031, tenting, with two ad«r 
who died wifhont issue, 

AaritLK L't^r. rui. of thr Lwwv, 
who M. Ellxabrth. daaghlcr 
Anthony Pembruge,*»«j.of W« 
linglnit.'in Ilprefordsbln'. astd' 
brr, K liu nt-ddrd, ifcondly , Fraa- 
cts Meyaey, esq. had (with 




uroihy, 

WW. 

m 



LOWE, OF BROMSGROVE. 



30 



di^^iler. EUnbr til, urbo w. John 
Pan^. of WorceMrr, nnd wu 
rraUeruMliiiollierofOr. Percy, 
OM bnaop of OronwK) a sod aud 

AaTiltm U>w«t esq- of the Lowe, 
whit bid «ach k r> f t tbr 

otd mjuwioD ■■»! [ •>! he 

4en*cil biB nAiD<7, tii:ii ill I'-Klhis 
pftrtkraUr i-.Ututc in bis will : 
** llMn. 1 will that my bouai: at 
iha Lowe, wbcrctu I dow live, 
being the oock-at seat of my lui* 
floMon, be f^m tine lo timr kv |it 
dp uid tTMind by wbo^vershnll 
Iw Miu-a of my e»t«le >t the 
ttfnr, &« at-t'd aball rf<)utre, but 
b^ OD meaiti) to b^ puli«d down 
or dmBoliabtr^j." He m. Mary, 
lliajrtlirr aitd co-bnr of Thomtts 
P w jtiitgtoo. pv\. nnd dyin^ 'i-'ith 
I"' '7 'I, left au only 

E> :.}nt:, boni la I6fif{, 

-od Jojbsa LowL', of 
iiuiimi^tiAin. and died in 17'^. 
kftttaf two dnuKlili-re, of whom 
•*>- »i"M>-ri>r, Mary Pockinj^luii 
1 ! uumarricd in l?Od, 

Ct' '■•■ I4tb August, 

P :Ui Auirast. I73&, 

III «, WtlJIum ('itrivcUnd, 

rr-rtor of All Saints, in 

V !inil bait n sun, 

T> MiiiA^ ri.F,ivw.«Nn, 

■hfriU-d lltc! fAtAlR of 

, and was U^iug' in 

l.ii' 

II. Arlbar, of LoDtlon. HtIdic jii 1637. 
baviac ibrr ■' --- -:.".it. 

III. Anlbt'ii> irr Temple, nn 
caair?-*' ' ^'Try.daugb- 
•vr • t. f«i|. of 
Debt- i-- -, - i iseuu. 

n. Ilrary. 

V. HvvniatT. ofwbom prrfcotly. 

k Abo«. ■•• toThooiBA tt-nr*. 

«. EUnbftb. m. xo Ki'-h^rd CiMWnU, 

ofWicton, In Hereford»hlr«. 
4n. Mmrj. 
IT. Janr, m. in 1010. to Humphrey 

iM«y, df (.trlvlon. 

Lowm. raq. diml hefnn tlie 
r, Irarfai; twn aona, TiinHia. who 
tM. aul 

ET LowK, CM), of Bromif^vi, in 

*, wbo n. Rebecca, ridest 

m€ Bffiuaraln iolliffe, twi- ofCaf- 

(■r« Tol. i. p. &17) and bad isauc, 



I. Hi'HPHKFA, wbo died 1.;). 
ir. TiuiH4», of wbom preaeDtly. 

I. Mary. 

II. ftewcca, towbrnn ber tinele, Tho- 
mna Jollifl'e, left tb<> rstatr of Ctinoo 
Hall fur life, with remainder to Mi- 
chael Btddiiiph, esq. of Ledbary. 
She died uninBiricd. 

III. Anne, N. to Henrr Jpffreyft. esq. 

IV. PraiK-es, m. to ihe Re». Thumns 
Philpntl. 

The second son, 

The Hev Thomas Lowe, rector of Cbel- 
Rcn, married Elizabetb,(laii)|;lit«^r and co-heir 
fwith ber sjstcr Mrs. Ellison) of Coiooel 
Furyr,^ uf FembAin, in Berksliirc, otul of 
Norbiton Houev, Surrey, nnd had aii only 
child. 

Thomas Humpbrey LowB,eH.of Droms- 
grovc, who m. 2nd April, I7W). Lucy, elder 
d^iu^htrr and ro-hcir of Tliomns Hill, esq. 
ofCoiirt uf Hill, in (lit* county uf SuIdji.M.P. 
for l.(>omtnii|er (fleft vol. i. p. 6W,) and 
by her. who wedded, secondly, in IfKW, 
Thumiu Fowler, eeq. of Abbey-cwmhir, in 
Radnorshire, bud two mtiM uud two daugh- 
ters, namely, 

I. TiioM,\^Hiu-Pr.iicn)tiNE-PunYE,hii 
heir. 

II. Arthur-Cbarles, bom 00th AoKtuit, 
17U6, captain lOtb regimeni of Lbq- 
cere. 

I. Louisa-Ctinabeth.m. IQth May,l>}27, 
to Thomas Hustings, esq. pout cap- 
Liin in the ruyul nnvy. und ,% ma^K- 
irftle for Herefunlshire, (eldest mir- 
riving son of the Kev. Jamt-tf Haa- 
tings, rector and impropriator of the 
livinra of Martlry and .Arelcy Regis, 
in Worceiilcrsliire) and bud a hod, i, 
nnd d. in I82M. 

II. Harriet, m. to Charles Bullork, esq. 
of Faulkbourn, in Eu«x, ami hu 
issue. (See vol. lii.) 

Amu — Quarterly, 1st and -Itb iirgenl, on 
a Iwnd sinister cotiscd sable three wnlvea* 
heads ertiiwd for Lown, of Brotnagrove ; Sod 
and .Ird erm. on a fecae aa. a caatle triple 
lowered arg. for Hlix, of Court of Hill. 

CV^jr — A deiui griffiu ramp. or. 

Motto — 8|HTo meliora. 

JCitatr-M — In tlie pansbes nf Burfonl ftnri 
.SilvinKlon, Salo|i; KiiiKSton, Surrey : Fem- 
hnrii, llerkf>: nnd WniiborouKb, \Vilt«. 

.SVdCj— Court of Hill, Salop; and Norbi- 
ton House, Surrey. 



* Cokoel Futyt wait sbia at tho Imile of Bel- 
leiftle. 




STEWART. OF ST. FORT. 



STF.WART, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, Btq.of 8l. Fort, io ihc county of Tifc, 
ft. in 171*5. Mcccwlea to the wuu on the demise of lui fuhar. 



Umtaoc. 



ThU ti ■ bnuKh of the ra;al bouse of 
ftttwurt. 

Jniiiu SiewAHr, l>tp Rr«t, of rrnurd, wu 
llnpAltj' ilr-acfrtdfil from John Su-wMt, pro- 
i:i>iiitor of the Ailinl SlowarU, who wu 
foorili §aa of Alrxandcr Lord Bftdcnocb. 
Karl of nuchan. a jouuttrr mn of Kinj 
HOBERT II. (S« BRO* V% 7V*r of thr .V(f- 

nmrii.) He m. ft dftugbter of M'Grigor, and 
wu ftilher of 

RoscRT Strwart. of Vrr»rd. wbo nrnr- 
ricd ■ dJUKbtvr of KoberUon. of Fiwcally, 
*ad bad. wilb otber ihqc. AlrnAitdr^r, bl« 
farir. «i)d Gvor^r. of lUloaii. Trndiu'on 
•Ifinn* Ihiit Ibui Robert, boinjc on a fony 
wilb Uip MfinjuM of Athol, and rcturnitiK 
hoRin tin rrrbal itarc, bb Unds of (Jrinrtl 
wpre arixcd u those of a vaatal who hnA 
dt-scrtrd hit lord voptriur. CriilK rrnird b 
piluatrd brliil)d Uliir Castle, nm) thr ftitr of 
Ibr old matifinn of Ibr family b Atill i>oiiilrtl 
out in Ibc park of Blair. Tbe aon and »i»> 
cc-uor, 

ALfXAHDEH STKntHT, wnldod CbHvtian. 
daughlrr and bvir of fjeiMti, of Rcnrciry 
(nowcalird LRK«liD,))torrniorof tbeCaMtlc 
of Ulair, aitd was t. by bi» ton. 

RoBrHTSTPHtnT.nflirTanl.nbofM.^Ur- 
gmrpt, dauitbb-r of the i-nlrhratrd (!barlr« 
Robcrttfoti. of Ancblrvks, contnionly i:»01td 
Krarlacb n'uT'vd, and had l«vo jioiii, 

John, bia brlr. 

WllxuM, of whom prracutly. 

The cldrr Km, 

JonK STrwiHT. of t'rfir<l, mnrrtrd, firti, 
a daogbtrr ol Mrnitin, of RutmtlU. by tv bom 
Imt bad fiv<> ton*. «is. 

I. J«Hr«. bit bcjr. 

It. Cbarlr*. mifrrbant and batllir io 

Pcrtli, nbotr oDly dauKblrr oiarrird 

Kob«n rraiKif . advocnie, sftrrwanla 

lord |irejid'-ul. 
III. SftuncI, a turgfon In Duiul«o> 
ir. Alnuodcr, lUrk to the R4>^alit)r Id 

AtftoU. 
V. Anolbrr Min. who died io rarly 

vouth. of frishi during ih« baUls u'f 

killirraiik. t , (uugUt nrar Uw mwtlun- 

bouM* of I rrard, in IMO. 
Str«art,nf L'rrard.wmldH, tctunilly. Jran, 
ttatigbtrr o( Jaiuri t<ii>n-ari, of KlacAalle. 



He WM wcc««d*d ■« bk daeftftw bj Ui«UMl 
poo. 

James SttWART, of Urrmrd, wbo m. fini, 
Aon*, dangbtrr ol CantitbcU. of Balsvr- 
■hoe, and bad by bor two aoos and ux daucb- 
lem, tiz, 

John, his hrir- 

8nniur|, rriMT-hant in P«rtb, wboM Hft, 

Stmur-l, alw> a mercbant In tba msw 

rity, purchaud ihc Inmla of Collffs* 

cbar. aud other*, but tf. unnMrrird. 

Cbrittian, m. to Munn Campbell, of 

Cluoimorr, afUrwarda of Moaxin. 
Jran, rxUrd " Minav n'm t^au." m. tt 
S'irl M'(]la»ltan.o'f<'luur. T hit lad j 
nctrd a rrntarlukblv part io Htirlioc 
Caaile, after Ibt baCdc. in 171^ 
Borbarv, m. to Hanulton^ mmialer «f 

lUair. 
Mnrgan-t. m. to Alrxander Stowart, of 

Clw-liriilriirh. 
Annr, m. to William Small, of Uiidro- 

gan. 
Anotbrr danRbtcr. 
Jarors Stetrart ecpouMd. »«c-oDdlT. ■ 
dauRhler of Robort Mttntiea. of ibe We«« 
faniily. hut by hrr liad no iuua. lit vii 
eucrrrdH at his dri<fiM« by hU ridvr •«■. 

JotiM StuwAKT.of tirranl. whoia.inaamt 
dauchlir of Lord Nirl (Umpbrll, of AniMa- 
die, |;o^rriiorof Dumburlun Cattlr ^tc r oftil 
wn ol An-liihnld. >lAr«|ui9 of Arjcyll, w%« 
waa bchradrd ol b'dinhargh, ^tli May, 
lOai.) aad badtoanp, 
Jamp-x, bit bi-tr. 

Robert, tthowrnttoTubatfuaa rooiBb* 
fliouor for the islandi ct«M by Pntnee, 
and dird there aunarrird, in 1773- 
Nicl. of London, 4. tuBiarned. 
ArrSitiald, J. unmarried. 
Tlu> ridesi Min, 

Jahm 8rewART, ofl'mrd, bom in ITV, 
wfti rldett rnali^ in Loudoo'a HisbUndiTa, 
raiM^ in 174A. and bccam* MMrHfamtfjr 
captain in tbi- Black >Vatcb (or «]nd HiRb- 
landcra.) witli wbii-b rrtctwrnt ba aarvarf fat 
Anrtfica and Ihr \\ rat Indira, frocB I7M *■ 
I7Q3. Hr- Mat Moaiidi'd at Tii 
and aHrr tbr prBr" of 17(in, told 
army. Captain Slvnart tn. Crtt, 
Orace, dauKbtrr of — Rohvrtton. 
rully, bill by brr (whu dird in l>«^« 
Ihr fnllnwitiK jrar) he had no 
•ecoadJy, llUi February, imo. El 



niH 



ESrrWISLE, OF FOXHOLES. 



41 



^iohB Robt-ruon, of Tull> beltoii. 
W had four suns «tul lu iiiutty 

'Robert, h. 2()ih Jnnc, 1770. Anflffirer in 

tiM ttUt rt-gioirnt. </. unmarri«il ia 

St LBCla.l3rd Jane. 179^. 

w««.M>Kpfiid<?.^.2/>(liMnv, 1773. for 

•»■' . I'- itt Ihi' CabI ludiH Com- 

ri "-iTviLV, ami MiI>^(H]u<.>ut- 

> . ' ■ '" .: if r.Mi- 

dt ■■ ' ■ toltmi'l 

t*!> u,. M...,„y. He 

m *K Anne. (lAuyliter 

W I -, _■ l-''(-kH-. of Lao- 

catlt-r. Ii^ wli< ri I < i< :' ,M liisileceue, 
l>t M«n'li. 1^'^'. 1) > >iirvi\ing iMUt*. 

Ski, *. IJtL Muni., 1774, who iieulcd 
ta Tobft|!o. aod dipil tbrre oDinarned, 
laili Jnntf. I MM. 

BliutH-f)t. m SOlti May. 1787. to Juam 
R' '-M|. uf Pilffiur, and lud 

It. ■'■ tiiiii- diiugbtrrfl. She 

d: ^, -tdi Augtul, 1H34. 

8m.. ill 170». 

CkfViLUi-' .!• . m. -Ttl, Auril, 1821, 
l» J««H-- II .^ , . -.|. '• S, _-i..den. 

ClHir' ■■ ■ \.>v.iul,.-r. leoa, lo 

W 'i.orOir-fUnlreKi- 

Bii -iti» atidsix dnagh- 

■f: lou> itit^'feding lo 

•ti- . - of IJrriird, im nn 

Wir bortioD'T. and oilvrwords a(-t|iii' 
riaf; oy (tun'tiaj".' tlit* housu and prin- 
cipsl Uiir«l nf ihr fsUtP, Ibe Alston 
tumly aMuiurd thtMtiimr of SirwARr. 
tn wkljtiuii lo tliat of AL»ri>N. 

Jam(« Sii-nan dird nl Lrrnrd. 'Jnd Sop- 
bS' ind wRj fluci'ccdcd by hi» »dii, 

J itir r*t|. nf T'rrefd, h. Ifllli 

!(• ' '» died uiiiii, at tJrt.ird, 

Mu . l-», wbcu bU thrtfl flur- 



viviD^ lUters succeeded to the Bevcral pro- 
ptrtits of L' mini, T^uandry, and fluuimore. 
o* lirin portionerii, while the tnale rcpredtfn- 
lalian of the family ruverU'd to Uie dcsceu- 
darl of 

WiLiJAH Stkwabt (aecotiilBon uf Robert 
Stewart, of L'rrard, bv Margaret, his wife, 
daogbler of Cbarlea ftobertson, of Auch- 
leeki.) He m. a duuKhter of FerRtusou, of 
Pitfoorie, and was fatJu-r of 

RnBFHT STEmnr, \\\w m. a da^^;hcer of 
— Craftmort", and was siicoccded bv his son, 
William Stcwart. inenhant \t\ Fcrlh, 
and formally yt;ar» (irovost of thalcily. fie 
III. Cbristiao, daughter of I'rovoel Cree, and 
had issac. 

Robert, bislieir. 
Prter, «laJn ai Serinpipatam, nDtn. 
Jamea, d. tn ladin, uuiu. 
Barbara, d. unni. 
Marj'. 
TI»- rldest Bou, 

KnoEHT STtMABr. born in 1746, went to 
the Ea8I Iiidim. and on bis n-lurn purrbased 
tlie «stalr« of Castlp. Stkwart, iu Wijjioii- 
nhire, and S r. I-'obt, in rifenhtre, ihe fctriner 
of wfaicb WR« afterwards sold. He m. in 
Xlifi, Aoiie Stewart. daugliU-rof Ufnry lial- 
foar. of Dcnboig. and had ibrt'v »ons and tw« 
dau^htrrs, tiic. 

AHciiinALO-CAMrBEU., hia heir. 

flenry. 

Uitlinm, nn officer in the Coldstreatn 

(>u»rd0. 
Chri&liiia. 

Calbt-rine- Porte rfidd, m. lo WilUun 

F<-n«rii-k Illat'Ltill, esq. baa foaraoua 

and one daiigliter, (See vol. I.) 

Mr. Su-wart was t. by hui eldest son, tlie 

present AKCMIIIAL0CAMI'8ELL8TLWAitT,eMl. 

of Si. Fort. 

J-^»latra — In Fifvabirc. 
iSVd/— Si. Fort. 



EXTWISLE, OF FOXHOLES. 

EVTSVInl.E, JOHN, esq. of Foxholes, in the county of Lancaster, b. 16th Aiiguat, 
17M, «. m ISi'J, EIlcD, daughter of TiKinuu SmiUi, ceq. of Ca^tletan Hall, and hnji 



JotlN-t^MITH. h. ID 161a. 

£lU-n-Miililda. 
.lu^uata. 

Mr. KalwuU. vbo r*prv««nu llwbdnic, iti Pariinment, in a maf;n»lrate fur Lan- 
oAut *o4 Um W««t Riding of Yorkahirc, and waa high aheritl' of tbc former county 

mm. 



ENTWISLE. OF FOXHOLES. 



Ufncagt. 



.^. 



r 



M"^ 



M^ 



Tba &nUv of Entwbl« wu loag MtlUd 
fn tbr towiuMp of Eolwtali-. on tl^ nonb- 
rartrTB rxtivniitTofUK- limiiirtrilofSiilford; 
nnil <'4mdru ■j>rnk> ol Entwi»lp Hall in biv 
time Its " n nral Rnd r1<>}[iint mansiun." Uk^ 
rcudnhcr nf " nulilr iirnprirlura of H» own 
Djuor." Of itn ili>>iini;tiii>lt(i| membt^rs in 
fiarly times wu Sir Mpktike Ektwiscll, 
kDt)(bt. TtMxmat of Dricqbvc, a f^Uoot war- 
riiir of Old narliiil limes of Henry V. nml 
IUkmy VI. He parut-ipntvil in the Klnry 
of AfinocKtrt, and contributed hy bin valour 
to IM CoaqucBl of FnuiCF. Rtturuln^ l» 
Bii|ttaDd, after the lou of Normandjr, be 
enrolled blauclf under tbe banocr of Ibe 
n4 roar, and fvll alMin nt 8t. Albans, in 
I4A6. In thai baltlr. the first blnnr ttruck 
in ib^ faint rnndtrt brlwrrn thi- ri'tl boii9», 
sfglithuiidn-(l turn tin* rfpnrtcil t»b>tvf'liill('a 
oa the aide of ihn l^ncAathnnA, including 
baaUaa ika Dak« of Soiner«<?t. John Lord 
Cllflbnl. Sir Rnbrrt Verc. Sir Winiam 
CTbatribprlninr, Sir Hlrhnnl Foiie#mi', Sir 
Kul^di F«fTpr», .Sir tli-rttnr Entwlwll, nml 
many eaquirM and grnllrnifn. Orrr ibe 
rcmalna of Sir Bertinf>, wbo waa interned in 
8L Ptfter*a clmrcfa, app«ar»d, until reeenlljr, 
fcia dSgy in bra«, wita tlic following inacn|>- 
dou: 

" Il«n lyatb Sit iWnia £ntwTB*U, Imii^ht. who 
ana bora* in Iwracwlurv, uid wm Vicmant ml 
Bonn of UrtcklMcka, in Nonuudy, n )«yliA>«r 
CctuUnaim; wbo di«l iW asrui.' SUy.'tn I1m> 
Mw of Lard Ood Kacir. oa wboaa mwU God 
mn owfrjt AaMo," 

Sir Hrrlinr wr-rtdrd Lucy, liflb dauj^trr 
AfSlr Jobn Aalitnn, of A»blun, and rrlict of 
Sir Hicbard II\Tt)n, knl|tlit, by nUom \\r left 
A dau{[hicr, Lury. from wboni the Nortti- 
MMMODahirtr lirutlrn* dt-tcrudtd, 

EoWiaD FvTWl*Ll, f»q. of Eniwijile, 
kMd of Uw family in ibr rarly pari of tbe 
MMieMtary.diMl Nth July, 1JM6. M-itrd of 
dM BUlMr of Kniniair, Kc. and wua auc 
eeodad bjr Mi aon, 

OloiUilt EKrwtxi-K, of Enlwiair Hall. 
■)rnl 22 al hi> fatbcr'a drruar ; ai. Har^- 



ret, (Iftiigbler nf Tbomaf Rif^adrn, raq. 
and widow of Cutbbcrt firocLbolfj. t-aq. of 
Clougbton, bnl dyiug «./i. wiu t. by bia bro- 
tbrr. 

WtLLItM EKTWISLt* CM. who M. AUo*. 
daiiicbtrr of Dradshaw. of Hradnbaw, heirraa 
to brr mutber, and was iaiber of 

EDUifXD EwTwrsLK, eaq. of (FD&bolc*, ia 
Hutidergfield, wbosc son, 

Richard Entwislc. raa. of Foxhole*, 
married a daugbirr of Artnor Aablon. eaq. 
of ClrgE, and waa aucceeded by hu pon, 

RiciuiiD Entwisle, raq. of FovbolM, 
who died about the year 1f(45, K-avinc b]r 
Grace, bia wife, danKhter of Kubcrt Cba«- 
wick, Mq. of Heli-y Hall, (witb two daagh- 
len,Man;snl tindMary, Oie rider of wmb 
wedded &lward Sbacktock, e»(). of Moalea 
Hall) a son and luooeaaor, 

Joii\ Ehtmiulc, eaq. of Fox^oW. am 
ultiT barruter of tbe Miildlt- Tenple, MfUm 
ill I<i(i6, a^t'd 35. Thii itcntlrman r*po«ar« 
I>urotliy, dauRbter of Ruberl Molt, eaq. of 
CuUcton and Stublry. and Imd iwoe« 
I, KiCIUHD, bi« beir. 
lit Bertie, of Wigan, vice-chancellor of 
the duchy of I.^incaater. m. ClariiM, 
daaj;bu*r of John Cliorlcy. of Orw> 
kirk, and bad iatne, 

I. William, III holy ordrr*,4f. B»tt. 
3. John, of Liverpool, wkoor aoM 
all 4. unni. 

3, Ab'xandrr, (/■ uutn. 

4. Tbomit--, tl. an tiifanl, l&A. 

1. Ellen, biiuttEfd 9lb Septcmlttr, 

U)M. M. tflih July. 171.1. J«lu 

Mnrkland. raq. of Wi^pin, attd 

bnd, will) iiei<>r.il nlhrrrblldrvai 

who dieil unniarrird, a aoo, 

JuiiN M.taKLJKD,of Maaeba^ 

UT. h. in 1716, wbo m. EB-. 

EAbeth, dauifbtrr of R 

Wilaon, of thai ("wii, 

died in I7&0. lra«in^ 

JotiK MahIiUSO, i. 1744, 

of whom pn-aently, aa 

tnhrrilorof Potholia. 

Robert Markland.nf Man- 

cbrster, i. in 1747. at. j« 

1770, Eli'.ib. il. .!;t3(b- 

Irr of li rrt, 

cai). nail t 

Edward Hurk.land, fwiott 

mayor of Ltedj, h. km 

1749, m. Elixabctb B»- 

fllia.dangbu-ruf J 
lardy, rtq. and 
iaiue. 
Bertie Marl land of C 
rirn H.ttl. &. in 17^ m. 
Mary. daa|[btpr of Join 
Hindle, r»q. of Black- 
bum. 
Samui'l MarU^ndfOf 



HINOSTON, OF AGIIS. 



1759. M. 
Linwood, 

ud <6 in 1905, leftvini; 

bne. 
Marr MarkUnd, m. to 

Smdu**! Hitropy, esq. 

■nil d.M.p. 
EUen Uarklmiid. 
MarxaiTl Marklaad. m. to 

N. Hjrde, caq. of Anl- 

wlck, And hu iwue. 

Boolb, of Sslford, and aernudly. 

KiehftrdHoo^hlon, of Lirf>rpool. 

in. Edaiwd, IK D. d»u of Chestrr, m. 

firat. • dAufkUir and cr><heir of Ni- 

chola* fstralTonl, bubop of Cbetter, 

Mooodlv, Pruoilla. dauglitcr of 

TteWM Banbnry, hart. 

k 1>unlli]r. m. flrvt, to — Ood. of Edge, 

aad aaonutljT, to — Cue, cBq. of 



Krauwi T^" '-*-*' -^ ■ ifPo«hole«. J.iu 
DOb«k£t .ii<;liliTof Hugti 

iTTW, eact' ->• •••■ -. -uU lad i>»u«, 

Steuimit hia Urir, 

EJ[:i'iJ>'I. ofTf'jtloardicdaboattbcyear 
' 'arolioa. lrnyi»g«H>u, 
t-asor to ha ddcIc, 
i Hm il k jr. ciinl iinm. 
Mferr. n (>^ W'mtby Halloirea, raci, of 
uitl rf. (. p. 
X. i ' ing io 1726, was bariod at 

, Olid vucf.Tcdtd by hit *on. 
1 K^Twim , I'+u. uf FuxbuU-v. jua- 
t« prarr^ A. Hih Nnvt-nilcr, (tJlR, rf, 
17?H. Aad w »■ ». by his iiepbew, 




KoBEftT ExTwtSLE, rdq. of Foxholaa, &. 
I73it, justice of llic peace, at wbose decease, 
unm. ID I7H7^ the estate* puaed to bis kina- 
mun, 

JoHX Mabklakd, ecq. b. 2l8l Anguat. 
1744, wbo aaaunied, in eottaeqiieiic^, the sur- 
name and amis of Evtwihi.I'. He m. in 
1782, EUeo, daujtbter uf Uap;h Lyic, exq. of 
Coleraine, and bad i»»ue. 
John, liis brir. 

Hugh, m. in )8;24, Mary Anti^, daugh- 
ter of T. Koyds, enq. 
Robert, licntenant-rolonel of the Iao- 

caahire militia, h. in 1788. 
Henry, H, nnni. 
Fbilip-Bize. ft. in I7»0. 
Dvrtiu, b, iu 171KI,(/. leaving twodaogli- 

tem. 
Ellen, m. in IH04, to Jobn Gilbert 

Koyds, eeq. of Urowti Hill. 
Elizabetb. m. in I8U6, to Hoburt Peel, 

eaq. of Mancfaester. 
Margaret. 

Mary, d. unm. in 1700. 
Tltc ^Ideat dnn is the preaent John Ent- 
WifeLE, esq. ofPoxbolps, M.P. 

A rmi—Ar%. on a bend engrafled 8a. Uireo 
mullets of Ibe 6rsL 

Citttt — 1 8t, a baud fessways, couped abore 
the wriat ppr. boldinj^aOeurde tys erect or; 
'inti, a acxli-r arm ia armour, embowefl, 
boldiiii; i\ilh ibe band, hy the bair, a Sara- 
cen's head eritaed and aBront^e, all ppr. 

JF/o«i>— Par (le Ngot k Agiocuurt. 

Sttain — In Lottcaahire. 

S<at — Fox boles. 



HINGSTUN, OF AGLIS. 

N, The Reverend JAMES, of Aplis, in ihe county of Cork, LL.D. vicw- 
.'n. funeral of tlic> diu<.-ese of Cloyno, rector of Ababallo^e, and 

justice of the pcacu for the county of Cork, bom in 1753, 
married Anne, daughter of the Rer. William Hodnett, 
ractor of Agbadown, in the county of Cork, and has had, 
with three daughtere, tliree sous, riz. 

I. J«MeA, rector of Wbitecharcb, near Cork, mnrricd 
LncindA. dnufjbter of Rirbard Uecber, esq. of Holy- 
brook, and haK tMue, James, and tvro daughters. 

I). William, prebendary of Coole, diocese of Cloyne, 
marrieil Anne, daughter of the Rev. G. S. Cotter, 
lirulber of the late Sir Jnmrs L. Cotter, bart. and 
had a numerous issue. He died in ltt33. 

III. K. T. lieutenant in the it7tb r«);iroent, shun at Ibo 
battle of Talavcra, in Spain, in IbOO. 



Uiiu^or. 



■■ HlXCSTOfl. who itctRfl. 

• < d in Ihr: army of tht- En^- 
prllitBuiil daiing tho ci*U wart,wbicb 



afterwards ettablished ■ cOmmoawcallb io 
ihul country, bad a son. 
Jam£& UiKbSTuv, wbo being npiwiuicd to 




44 



HINGSTON, OF AGLIS. 



tbr vbarf^r of k brancU of tbr CornmuwiriBt 
Dvfmrtmvni in IrrlnDcl. went owr to tbit 
countrt, wLiTr he twlttrd. Afl'T liisrrtire- 
nicM (r'lm tliu »rrvit.-e, lir piirrltn^^'d thr 
liMnily rn\atr ii) llic (nari'')) of A<,:li9, barony 
ofMuaLrrrt. coimU of Curi., nlirrr hiflftuc- 
cnuorn ncrt* afirrMAnU ■caifd. Me mair- 
rinj Jlrlfii, dNUKhier of Mr. Alilfrniiin 
Morley, of the city of Cork, and by biT lud 
iarac*, 

I. William. 

n. Juilintaii, ilii^d in Oloiicr«t(irsbire. 
Tbfl rldrr »Mt, 

Wtu-Uu HiKojiTo*!, nq. of AelU, who 
nicccrdrd to ibe estate, mairieil Eliubetb, 
dmigtitrr urJohn Webb, e**\. of Agtis, aud 
bad iMiir-t 

I. J4HKS. 

II. John, of OldcasUe. died witboul 
iaauf. 

I. A dauftbter, who luarrifd the Her, 
8. Halm, l*.D. mid hnd issur. 

Tbc Rpv. l»r, Halr», friiior frllow 
of Trinity ('ollc^r, l)nlilin,al1pr- 
wardi n^clnr ot KillintLiiulra, 
tttnr Dublin, author of" Aimly- 
■w .'Kquilionum." '* l>c Motibus 
PtaDrlanim," aod of •vvrral 
Ibrvlo^cal and acivntiflt- workf. 
The vlAnt ton, 

Th0 Rrp- J«Mr.K HtMiiKTOM, rrctnr of 
Donoghtnore ami vicar of Clonmeva pn- 
rubrt, ill thr couiil> uf (lorL, juslU-e of tbr 
(M-ai-i*. m. In 1711, Kiitbcfiiir, dJiu^blcr uf 
ibi' R<-%. lt<-ii<:xnr Mordock., rrctor of KiU 
abaniiin. in Ihr rnunty ofCork, by Htixabcth. 
hi» wifi'. d'lugblrr of Hrritrrl liup, r»q. of 
Cork, and gratnlilNii^btT of Jiiilillt, rlilr^t 
dauxbtrr of Sii PhiU|i rorrcvrtl (of ibx im- 
cittit Nonnati bouAc of Vvcry), );r«nl-i;rAiid- 
fatbrr of Jubn. first Earl of Ef^iioni, which 
Jfldilh 4'r[>uuM'd. iii IQi'V), f 'olnnfl Hdndolpb 
n«>toii, t*rMalluw. Mr. Hiiigslon by thJi 
Udy hnd Imup, 

r. William, who </. uiini, 
H. lk<ii('tjir, wbo KTvrd in America na 
ca|)Uia in bijt mairjily'ii MT^icf Uur- 
in^ (hr W»r of lnd<'[iriHlciicc, He 
tnarripd an Amrrican Udy. and bad 
with olhrr iMnr, 

Jiuaea, nu^or in Ibo army, al pre- 
•imt Hfturitnant-goti-morof Cipr 
CiMUt Castle, in Aliica. 



III. Jamk&. «ic-ar-f^Dcnilof Oojmtf, i 
DOW of Af^lia. 

IV. John, in boly orders, prvbvi 
of I>-lintty. nrar KintMilr. and e«ral 
ofKilbrogan, Bandon, A. in 1703, mA 
{n 17a&, Alicia, aecond djtuiEhtrr of\ 
AnbnrHr>ni«rd,Mq.of l*ab> - \ — 
provofltof BandoB, by Mar> 

HUltT of Ibf late Thomaa \-...-.. .. 

e»q. of Inoifluinnon. Hr ilird tn] 

ITfiu. leaving Arthur- Bernard. w||«| 

dieil youii^. Franria-Bernard, ud 

other cbililren. 
I. Catberirip, m, Tlionaa Tucirjr, nq. 

and had imua. 

1. Thomas Tnckirv. M. D. 4M iaj 

IH32. 
i. I>airyi Tackey, an rminpnl 
licilor, and M-trrrtary to Utv 
rountv of Cork grand jury, lu.j 
wlia liit'd ill IHIU. 
n. Jamra'HinKBtoo Tackey. 
tain II.N. aathor of tbr " 
ttmi' U«o;;rnphy." and other pat 
li»bed MTork.*. He wua talieBt i 
when firvt lieulmnnl in the T-i 
nilta, 5f) jtiins, by « PmaHkj 
iu|ti»dron. after o r lilmi b«i 
bo|)«lc«s reaiAlan- tif 

diralion of Napol< « be 

returni'd from V'enliin to tar- 
land, nod being apjioinlrd to l£e 
romtnand of a steam ve«a«l iv 
dert'd to Africa '" fxi-l'-.fF ih« 
eourai? of th<* R1^ '• br. 

with nuMlof Ilia u ' nt, 

fell riclinu to tbc lotalubcily afj 
thr climatr. 
It. Iwibi'lln. m. firBl, fl' '' 

rat^. of llw rutiniy of < , kad 

Ino s«mii,bothdn.'ra<u't; 

ly. Sir Jttinen I^wrvn<-e Cotter, barLJ 

of Roekfureat, Dear Mallow. 

Uvhkk'b Perrofft aarf tfarmrf 

Arms^Kr.. a chevron rrm. brl«e#ii 
leoiMirrle' fnrf» kalinnl ppr. 

I'rttt—iia a hclmi'l a demi'lion rani|««lj 
ppr. 

jVtf/lff— Hcura poaui adjulonrm. 
Efttttt — In ibc county of Carl. 



45 



GOHDON, OF PITLURG. 

ttfE-CUMlNb-GORIWN, WIUJAM.twq. ofPiHurgand Dyce, in (he county 

of Abcrdpcu. A. iu I78(>, m. in I82o, Anne, 
yoiingeitt daughter of Alexaodcr Brebner, eMj. of 
l>>iirncy, in tlie same shire, and has issue, 

JriiiX. b. mil Februnrv. 1^37. 

Alexander, k. .luth Novcrabdr. 10:2t(. 

Cbristisn. 

Locin, 
Pitliirg, who succeeded liis father in 18*28, is a 
mu|;L8ti-ate ond dt-pttly-liL'uteniitit. fur Aberdeen- 
[•^ sliirc and lieutcnani-colonfl of ttu' local militia, 
luitcring (he militarr sen'ice of inn country at an 
early age, Cotoael Gordon sen-cd ftCTcral yearn 
with the 92nd, or Gordon Higiilandere, and nfler- 
wurds with the G\h regriment, tn I'ortu^l, Spain, 
and Franre, and on the Staff, in the West Indies. 

■ftiiicagr. 

grnntinK lands, iii:, lo Ihr nbhncy of KtUo, 
m^Uis tti foru"" - »i-i>wruiii i^HKidiui iiiiu fuuiitlrd by K'm^ Duvid t. in I I2fi. The 
KwttBntaJn. Imlll. io llic yi-ar M^roiid by Kik^hani, llinhop of SL Andn-w's. 



AJam dp Gordon, tlif projceititor of the 
ttf tioixl"!' ' k«i-i>( from CiiKlatu) into 
BritaJn. Imlll. io the yi-ar 

yitgl. III' .J>' III urUmU in XU-r- 

■ hi shir rfiim, on i\w rivrr 

Tm*ad, vf' '">d the? lauds wt<r(> 

iiDa4 ftvDi hx uni* KuiuiitiK- (then frequent 
» rnvfvl Em»t and Wttl (Jordun. llv w,-u 
IdM at llir sirfpi of /l/nirirJi, vrirli Kiiij; 
thkilTi NoTPmber 13. MVk^ und vi*» «iic' 

4»»« pa Ot'ttU'i^i proved by two char- 
ite tW clMnalary of KcIso. Tb« first in 
IDO, by ^dvM riitiu Ai<t de Gnrduv, 

* 7W It^ •cvnon ef Oordun ((n- (Mirtloa, 
m tta (BM* aaaimi cbartcn ) hu nut u 
, i|twn»nril Tin* name wm lan*! un> 
_ (v/, «ail Itrownht fimn il>a (.'ixitint^l 
^im^mt'^ tlvltraifaaiiaarofthM fuails.wb.) 
Ma ks c^ni ncBio in !hr tnwf* hf »m\nirrtt in dm 
^^- a ttor«' '■ "f "»*' 

K»«C 0004 t *'*■»'. 

M^ CWaf iiii'liini' II i>i ' ■-•■I K-tu ,.ui'»b«fon> 
w I'^sMmi »r«. Pnia thMM ths bsuliM Mt- 
%a m ttwm». lulir. «ftd Ibe Tyro), bkr# pMuUr 

•^«B«||tfaMV ILIHWI. TWurMtOr of lIlP Scolllilli 

^rff.^w*! F"'^''*^- ^•*"'* '*""' Nonnuidy. in 
^g^g^.' ' <-fiiunr, wliicli 

^^^g^^^ iu)th»r, f.Minai, 

p^ f^ Iriikv FT SfiTiTiurui 1 oiAlrr. H« nu 
^■■^ «»d IwUmI mMT ««»>I tlM> NoniiMH 
«HiC H« ttai Micottr^pa w wttleinpoi of tlw 
1m^^ in riiJ.^^, paronilwly in tLp mrnli^ni 
M«^ T i"T* M%MI «i th* Dvuh tl«^r«<l«U(>D«. 
ThM w B^dtMbu^ •ridm'<* of tlie a«ulrmfnl of 
toC^itew IB Th'rcvuiulv •! K rrry nrly jirnucl. 
b Ifm, Kimf Hi«ST ill. raUTvil iDio I tmty 
a^ ,p^tlini[ of aiktAMi orticlri, wilti 

iA»<^rtl>( hasMV sad itt)t«raiu»&t of thv 

tid GordHu n Moaundf . with tlir t«rniO' 

WBHt iinr9«CM ibcmo b«Iou|pn|[.— 



cnnlirininfr to the ahbiicy Ih? church of (3ur- 
duti, with liberty to the iiibnbiuntfi of the 
other, (or ^^ c»t Gurduu) bi'louKin^ to Adam 
lie Gurdun. to hary ihrir dend iu Uie chur<.'b- 
ynnl Ihrii first cuiiMTrnlrd by him. Ho wns 
Auot-eriled by his son 

Rkhkh (orRiCH4itD)DBOoRDUN, proved 
by A charter in i 171), whereby he grants to 
Si. Mark's cbiireh and tlie moitaBtery of 
Kflflo, and to St. Michael's church, of his 
Tilla|;e of Gordun, eertain lands, tec. He 
died abouf the year 1200, and was succeeded 
by his son, 

Thomjis dk Gokdi'v. proved by nehnrter 
in 1*J4)3, or soon after his faiher'x ili'nih. oon- 
firniini; the dcnatiune iiiiuh- by KJrbard de 
CJorduD, his father. He died about the yeur 
l'£IO, ind nsB succeeded by hU »un, 

Thomas de UoiinrN, proved by four char- 
ters in the chartuliiry of Kelso, granted 
between \^2ii*> nint l'^6IS. nherrin he is de- 
aiyried (Ac ton of Thinnnt dr Itnrdtot. He 
rlii'<l in 1200, and nas BuiTecded by his 
itaughler, 

Au'.'iA DE Goitotx. who married Adiitn 
de Gonluii, her cuusiii, (probiibly the linenl 
heir male, descend ed i)f a brother of Kiebard 
de Gordun) provr<l h\ a cbHrler, in l27^,or 
ttiercabouts, (^niulrcl by her ntHer the itcnlh 
of lier busbnnd, who joiued the Enrlo of 
Aihol and Carrick, in aenisade.and died at 
Tunis, in i^O. In this charter she is d«- 
BJgiird liait/hlrr tind heir of Sir 'J'homtit 
(tifriiiN, youH^rr^ knight, sponse of thr lute 
Adam de tiordnti ; and slir lonfirms (he 
grants of her father, graudfslber, anil great- 
graiidfatlter, all ft|H*cially named. She was 
succeeded by her soD^ 



46 



GORDON. OF PITLURG. 



Adam DR GoiDi'». who poMonxM an Mtat« 
In EoKUiitl. probably in rit^ht of hb wife. 
He i» ^uiDHioitnl to allend A'liry EowAKp 
THK Fmnr's lii-wtcrwnt. ^l Gtoutrsttr, l4Ui 
Juur, I2ti7. He .liVU ubuut I'fiXi. 

"thv Gonloui had now extemlrtl iTir-in- 
•flvet, IJIlc oUivr ^eat f&miliM, be\nnd 
thrtr oni:(nal Irrrilorir^. Admn df (iordon. 
who flimrisln-fl at llie cod of the tbiiipcnlh 
c-iiliir}', wns lite (KinimoD prt^c-nilnr of thtr 
<!urduii« of ihr iiurtti, and oruw* Gordnnsuf 
(lalloway. Tbv (iordoiui tefm oul tn haTP 
DUBglM In ihf party ttrugjjW during thf 
miiioritirtor AtcsANDER [Land Alkxamikr 
in. Sir Adnm de Gordou Qnt Appeared 
llkr a 4;nnatil knisht in support of thv va- 
louroiiH WHlUrf, during bla cfTort^ for Hit 
coantry, and he aflrrwardA contriliulpd faia 
(■xrrtioos to the final socceiui of Hobtrt 
Bnic«. Adam do (iordun, the ton of A)ii-ia, 
iTM •nct.-^Hrd by hia aoD, 

Adaw in fifiRDt'N.wnrilen of the marches 
in IIHH), and a it>mtiiiMioncr of Kinff Eo- 
WAKD I. for ostablixhinc re^lntioD* for 
SooUattd Mild for Lennox, in I.MH. In 
■tt umiD«ni with the monks of Kelso, 
mOk JOBV, I3UK, he is d«>si^ed Homimiu 
Adam H* Gordttn Mitet. Ant-r the bstile of 
Buinorkbarn, in June. I3H, be abaiidomtl 
the Enijlifch pHrty, wa» rreei«ed into favour 
br h*mi |{otiKKT llHttcK, and obiaiiied rrom 
Um a K*^ut of tbf lordship nfKtr.illil«iljne. 
wlUi ito appurLcoiuicvi. tiiuatcd in the uliiros 
of AberdM'n aad Bui0. and port of the ea- 
Inlra of l>a«iil d* Stralbbolfptf, the faitbleM 
Earl of Alli(i). Hr tcvanteil thcOlenkiiiii. in 
fiollaway, and the lauds <«rStiu-hell,in Hox- 
korgbthirr, la hia aecoad aon, William, (lie 
progvniior of ifaa Viaooanu of Krnmurr. 
raoobln) in 1033, and of Ihr other Cordons, 
in Uolloway. He was ombasaador fron 
Kiny HoBEKT I. In the [tope in 1320, and 
nnintntly ninrerunl in all the public troni- 
actions nf these times, ^ir Adatn fell flgfat- 
ine for bu couutnr in the battle of Halydon 
HUI, 1333. Hb eldcat iwn. 

Alekandck dp GORDiy, BQCOecded, «nd 
woa aUin at the bailie of Durhani, In l.tVi. 
His son, 

JdtIK DE GdHmrK, was taken prianner with 
l>ivii>, III ibe battle of Diirhiiro, nuti not rr- 
ieoacd ontil 13>^7. when Willitiin 1. Knrl of 
Dmglat, becone boand as one •>r hb aure- 
tiea. He was wDOHded by bis son. 

JOMII PI OORDAK, • celehnitrd wnrrior. 
H* raeolTed, in 1370, rmm Am? K<<iinir 
II. a irmnt of the llarr>ny nf Slr:>ii>l.< I '1'' iti 
Abf f ttw m hire. in which crnnth' . i| 

Jtmrnrntt tit iiord**** , <nuw first . . ma 

Oordnn) nithnul tny nddition or llilc of 
Ismiour- The rsi»lr is jftaiitrd U> liim mut ku 
Aritt m'kmtmttmrrtr, and in ihr grnnl it ianmiB 
lioDwil thai a furmer uranl bv A'iMjr RomT 
I. to kia grMa-mndCuhtfr Adam de Oop- 
4oD, had Ml tukm tfliwi, becaiiac the £tf I 



of Atliole bid rrtorned to hia allr|ri'inr«^ 
recovered his estalc^ for some time, bof 
now ofrain forfeited. By Eliuihrlh. his wiAvl 
daafcburr of Cmickshaaka. of Aawaoljr, ' 
had three aon«, vix. 

I. Adam, who fell ntHutnJMon.ib HOI J 
lenviug an only daugbter and lirin*M, 
EliEnbclh, i>ho in virtue of tiie cliar^j 
ter of A'l'ay RnsxttT 11. fo Aeir/ «'iaf->J 
iomerer, «tir.c«^ei1 lo the c*t 
Ktrathbolgie, and to the olber 
of Gordon and t/tinllif. in llei . 
shire, which wen- willed in the 

manner. This ElizalK'th m. lo ll ^ 

Ale\atiiler. (seooDd ton of Sir Wil- 
liam Seii>n) who a&samrd th* tat- 
name of Gordon. From Ihia marrian 
deiceoded the Dukes ■if' tionloo, fbe 
Earls and Mitrqui4e« of Hniiily. tht 
GordoDS of Ouny. and Major urn*- 
ral Patrick Gordon, fco^emur at 
PetMvlvanin, wh(»M? ditu):ht'-r aa4 ' 
erontoal heireas. PhtloilclphU. m. 
Colonel Ahnkbam TB\lor, and was 
Rreat frrukdmother of tW preaeei llr. 
TavijOR. of CliOoD. (So* p. H.) 

II. John, of Scurdai^i commonly mad 
pue or Essie. I )on)( drstfnad fei 

III. TI>omAa.of Ruth- [.Scot)aDda«4 
Ten or Davnrk. J ami Tarn. 

The second son. ^^ 

JofO GuKDDK. of Scnrdarf^tie or &mI», 
\'itk in Itmr^l im/e itntent from Adam 4» 
Gordun, the foiimlcr 'yX the family. mantMl 
Margaret, daiichicr (>| Sir PslrickHaillaml, 
oi Giftht. .tiid dyiii^ jilHiiti the yewr 
nas succeeded by h'xn eldi-il sub,* 

Jolts (tOKDON*, Hhoa»{uirrd the lai 
AuchUnihrics. in AberdeeBshirv. H» 
lirsl, Elizabeth. dau|ttitrr of AWi 
Lont Sultiin, nnd secomlly, Henauk.' 
ter of MHcleml. of Harris. Hia cMcal 
by his first marriaiEr, 

Joll^ GoiiboN, of Aurhleiicbri««, 
cerited him. who acqnirrd th* cMIalr* . 
Kinnnimly. in Aberdeenshire, and thl^Ua^ 
ofLunfcnr tod Hilton, in the nciehl 
county of Kinrardiii'. He murrird Mi_._ ^ 
ret, diiU([bter of Sir Alexander PurWa. •»• 
c«Htor of Lord PiisiiKu. and ■■« ■'W* la 
16l3.Allhebame.rt- .1,^ 

(he standard of .^ ui' 

Hanlly, whorommvintro uie rinoriuus n|ka' 
wine of {iK Scvttiah army. fU wm 
eenlefl by hia only poa. 



• Sir Pstrirk Mvtkod left two 4Mirtan. 
heirouea of hia opulsnt MUiea. MnmAm. imL 
Karl aC lluntlv, obtnntd a n't sf ihti aw^ A f i i4 
tbvMT IsiltM, m ^nmn- of iiia «■ Gaonr*. Xm4 
(kinl<in. vrh<> ID 140T, pnndk«sd frHi has Wi 
ihmt fktbvr's cstolvB. Tbi saman «l UigM 
•o* «f tbow purelnmd, ami la thia wimam 
RoK ef QiA^ {num Gonbrn VmAi\ ' i i 
pnipMty ACika daqpl biwch oftJm lantf of Oar- 
don. 



GORDON, OF PITLUno. 



47 



k OomDOK, -mho lold the e»Uite at 

Ir* yarduwrd the Unds of ritlurp, 

ndMBfvd ililloD far Cnvttliiu, or 

h^tun. It) Alltrrdecuiliiru. He married 

•t»* Smmit, (li>i>|j;ht«r of Jobn. 

1. t>r«llier uteriiu! of A'iNr; 

II tl ihI, iiiKlvoii.bv Uersecoiid 

pitf MKliifl-nf Jm'ti* l.Qarpn 

' rjiitddaughter of 

_..ind, being the 

t ) irj,-7irpl Ilrutnmond, 

r>a, And ft, io l&fl. His 



It no. 

i' 

1*1 ... 
)hs -I. 



■ il I' 



■' - . tnarru'd Jaort, 
ifCuIleii. (an- 
l.ittT and Scu- 
I the csttiU- of 
- i,itt. He ffll jit 
lie, ia 1M7. J«avlug ooe Ma, only fitc 

oM. 

IB Jmtm Gordon. Knii[]it. of Pittur^. 

frMjTjcnttT rfprcftt-iitcd the county of 

Mull Pnrliament, nnd 

n (t»' Hn.iir« of fhnt 

fir tmiiicj Uic RSta-rtn Anil ronfi- 

af Jamtji VI. and many tetters from 

^liBcic to biffl an- in ibu poucMion of 

u. H<< wu >p»ci«lly iuvited 

Ktoc' - , • -' ^ iittara of Prhu-v 

«T. all) ■ -h octaaian hv 

--'•• r.Uooti. fnfJc- 

11 royal lpit«>r 

..i* tutflody 'Uhe 

V /utaci mmH fort*ltcr of UtrttUMgit." 

~ mrrtA him to rccfiTt i1j« rents nnd 

of Ute ntatv fur (he briioof of 

, Coufttrw of lliiiitly, tlit* cMest 

ofEma, I ny, I'Uiff King's 

for a lui .- mo&t intimate 

w^«rucr(iiiii;<li>uke of Lennox, 

Tlw Carl of HunUy h( that titue 

cttlkolie faction, »,»» |>er»ecuti.'d 

BfltfoTBitn.htitprntrrlMl tiy tlii> King, 

S&Jokii. ' ■'■tstiX the protesiaul 

Ba<! iit' full roiilidrnce of 

VT. **u. .,..(■,, ijily fni|doy€d as a 

iciUir in ibr nfrnirs of tht Earls of 

itfy, Ancnaaad ErrnU ( tlirn di9linipit»)K'd 

Ac spprllaiiaa of " thf three PopiM/, 

A.") la UiM« aftf^-iatioiiA, it in rvitlc-nt 

tW docuinf*at< lb the luiuriwiou of liin 

aadanta, Uiat Sir John bad wannly es- 

md iW caase of Huotly : and tiir influ- 



t •# hi* fnmilv 

klu 

■ E>arl, siu^l Ui ^r<. 
•f tb» ftrfomvrs, 
papsgawa y Un 
or r^rti 



Riwl III 



lii^li ctiariictt3r 

III imrties.enii' 

-fiiilv in behalf 

'■■u the full 

■II, Kubpfl 

' haracier, 

rec of in- 

--* r'~ - ,:,.• rXPCIltion 

fif Huridy. in 
.... fc. ....... i . . .. 1 in thr Kirgr 

»eli that ooblrtnaa Vftbohind him- 




Tbft Marqoi* of Argyle, by varioas means, 
obtained poupuion of the wholu cstalr^^ of 
llundv. and tlio Marquiii of HnntU'a rhil- 
itrcn liiud bcfomiiiK dependent on the favour 
of tlif ir nnclv Ar);ylc, cou«tanlly applied to 
Mr. tiordon, wliiHie utmoH intluence and 
addresit wrre eni|tloyf>d in procuring for 
litem a temporary subkiMencc, and in setUinf^ 
the family ditferenceii, which liiul iilmost 
produced an open rupture w-ilk Argyle. 
Thrrr are many letters to Mr. (Jordon from 
Argy !l''s ni-iihcws, ( llic »on»of tlic Marquis of 
Huntly.) full of complaints agaiiiKt him ; and 
there are f>oaie from Artjjlo. nliirh appear 
to justify hiscondnct in tIi(MK!.-tfl';tirtt. In the 
Willie uuiform line of eondnct M r. (inrdoii ctm- 
tinui'd loevertbioiself in favour of the family 
of Huntly, till llif ri-»tiirntion of Ciuiii-KH II. 
when Itie ci^talea and honours were restored 
to Ueor^e, fourth Marquis of Huntly. created 
Uuke oftiordon, 1st November, IGU. Iiq. 
rinKtbe truubltd times of the two Charles's, 
Sir John Gordon and his son Kobert, wero 
ofihegrcatcMserrtccIo the family of Huntly, 
and the numerous Ictterp from thei^e mo- 
narr.h.'i and from thr principal nobility nnd 
persons of dintinetion to .Sir Juhn and his 
t>oii, distinctly show the hifch character nnd 
inlluenc<- u-Iiicb they maintained with the 
jarring fBclions of the period, and which 
enahlral them so powerfully to aid their 
friend;), nioa* letters Io Sir John are of 
.i{real Vtilue in an hii«toriual ]iuiut uf view, as 
they throw mach light on some of tlic most 
ab»cun> parts of the transactions of tha»e 
limes. Sir John m. Isabel, daughter of Wil< 
Ham, seventh Lord Forbes, and d. Ifith 
September, IGOO, leavtnfi; two k)ds and a 
daughter. The elder son, 

John Gordon, of Pitlurg, inherited the 
esieemof Jamcji VL Hem. Nicolas. daujih- 
ter of Kiunaird, of Kioaaird, but dymg 
t. a. in lOlSJ, was succeeded by hiit brother, 

KoBKRT GniiDON, uf PillufR. commonly 
dejugned of Stralorh. ThtK crntlemau, a 
poet, a mathematician, an antiquary, and a 
Kcogmpbcr.was liorn 14lb September, l.'jiiK), 
and acquired the rudiments of hia education 
in Mariw-bal College and University, of 
whiili ho was the first graduate. He alter- 
wiirds fttudieil at Pari^t, when' hi^- made tho 
acquaintance of neveral remarkabli- mr-n. 
A few years after his remm to Scotland, be 
niHrried Callicrine. daughter of Alexander 
Irvine, of LenturL. and not long sabse- 
quc-ntly puri'hn.4t-d thf e»tnte of Slmlu«-lt, in 
Aberdeeutihire.nhtrf he continued In rrsidr. 
In I(H1, he wa« hoaaured by a letter from 
Charles I. "earnestly entrealin^t" him to 
complete the publication of nn allao of Scot- 
laud, which had been pny'*cted by Timothy 
Pont. To this wurk Mr. (Jordon r-rHlnusly 
devoted himnelf, and in ^uch hii;h extima- 
tian were bte labours held, tbal by tao arts 
of the Scottish Parliomeiit, he wu exempted 



48 



GORDON, OF PtTtlTno. 



from all mlUtiiry tiunlcDs, while Uic ncntrml 
iiMcmbly uf (lie rlniri-)i ptiltliBht'd k rrijufil 
to Ihr clrriT}', f» nlfonl liitii rtrr^ (Dtfinlanuc 
In ihrir i»owr*«r. Tluw ••nrourap-il. the un> 
ilfrtakini; wni runiplft- il in Itif viar I04H, 
■n(l •o(>n MncrwAnls |>iiliU»li('<l l>y lli*' Dlnf ua, 
of AniSTrnlRin, undtrr thr- title of "Tlii-utraiit 
Hcrrtir." \ Mrnni] rtljljcin was publi#hcij 
ID IO.VI. vnil n ihtrt] in IfWJ. Of lliis prr- 
ronninrp i( i* •iillii-i<-nt i>rniMi lo aIaIo Ihnl 
It wtt» thp (int dcliiiCAtiou of Scotlantl mwdr 
from Rctual lurvry *dA mruumnffnt, ctnri 
tkmt tt« Krcuracv U irmarkablr tvvn in the 
prvtunl d»v. While hr <.-i>iilril>uli.-(f niBtijr 
ninM, rnlm'lv uf hifl own fotiRlrurlioD. hv 
rf^'tsrd *ii<) mnti^rinllv imitrfivnt nil thr 
ulhrm, itHdittg (;p<>;4r,-»[iliiral (IfM-ri'iilions of 
niuclt value, niiil {infixing iiit hilrtHluctiun, 
ill which H {■om|irvhciiHi>i< vt«>w kn (jivcn of 
tlir con&tjiiilion «Dd iiDliquittrs of lht> coun- 
try. Thrw di»»rrtmicni? arr rcmnrkabli* n* 
Ibr firet nttrmplA lo »rttlr Ihv nncirnt hi:*lory 
of Srutljtrtil fin th«> Un^i* on which it i» nav 
uaireriutlly ■ckiiowkilgi'd torrflt. (In llivito 
topirs Mr. iiordon farther rxploinf-d hix 
Ticwi in Mn-cml e»nyf), hitherto incditrd, 
« hich are metitiuiu'd with tniirh npprobation 
hy Riflhnp Nicoliwn, in hifl Scoliitth Hitlo- 
rinil Libniry. Ilr»idt-it the " Thi-ulnim Sco- 
tie," Mr. Gordon wroii< wrpral works, 
which stilt retnain in MS. The chit'f of 
tbnr ia a lliatory of ibc rnrnlly of (iortlon 
from the rnrlir«t period to thr vcnr 1/>!U, 
hearing this title. " Origo el I^rogrrwu* 
h'nmilia* illuHlri«jtiinft> linrdnniorain tn Sro- 
til," and liLo all hii prriiliifiionA, wnlirn in 
Latin, with <>aae, clcgancr and nrctimt^, 
Uo wrote also aprcfacr to Archbifthop SpnV 
U*wvo«lr's Hi»lury of thr Church of Srot- 
UihI, ami iraiislaled into Latin the i-ontro> 
reray brlwrrn John Knoa and Wulfrnni, 
•ub-priorof St. Andrew'a. An able rriiirMl 
l«U«r on tb» Scottish hi^itarlana. which be 
■ddre—d lo the niiti«)iiary I>avid Hurhanaii, 
{■iasnttdin Leland's rollei-tnnrn : Mme of 
hit poema ba*e been printed in Biahop 
Forbes' Funeralr» (Abrnleen, Ifl.T.'i) Rnd 
eUi-wbtTT ; Anri pari uf bin rorfapDndrnrr 
with I^nirhmond ( father of the crlebmled 
Buniet. nUliop of Kaltahury,) ap^M^r* In a 
memoir prvfixrd to "Johannii Forbrtli, a 
fofw, ii[M'r»," ptiblrfhed il Ariftrrdain. in 
l7lKt. Ily bio I'lin lent porn rieit of aII partief, 
tie wa« held In the higlii-«t re*|HTl, nml wns 
frc(|tieally called on tu till (he hiitiotirablr 
tMct of medlntidg bi-twern them. Hr d. 
Wk Abruk. IIWI. and Haa interred in (he 
fiunily barial olnce n\ New Machar. on the 
fldi of Seplerober following. A portrait of 
klm, by JnmeiMon, Ihr Sentliah \'nMdylLr, ia 
prrarrved in the public hAll of Marivehal 
College; an rngraTtngfrom tliij painiini; trns 
publi»lK-d ID Smith '■ lroiiogniphi.i Scutna. 
anri nnntlier print lutrly ap y rnred Hi Cliam- 
hrtt Lite* "f lUuatt^ow WOUbbhi, wbere 



tbere U a loctnoir of Mr. tiordoo." He 
bml iMne, 

I. KoRFHT, hi« heir. 

II. John, of Ferhill. 

III. William, who died at raria, in 190^^ 
without iMue. Iledbtlingiiitbrdlllii^] 
arlf by hi» xval in ilw rojal 
iind wrote " AnimailTrraiona o« 0m' 
HnicJMiniitirin uf tliuLun^ParliMtTirnl. 
and the Ocelnnition agninol llir Kta^- 

IV. Alexander, ii.#.fi. in IfihV 

V. Jatnes. ininiatrr of the parish of j 
RoUiiemay. who m. the betn-K« uf 
Fraxrr. of Trchmiary, nod fouorfrd 
n resjKTlJiblr fwniily. He ii>«i4lc4 
hi* futhrr in bi« grographir.il Iabuar9, 
and himArIf nc^uirrd emiiietiee in tlM( 
di-partmentof acieoer. If*- pubIi«liMl 
a highly cuhoiui map of the ritv of 
Edinburgh, with viewa of »OBi^<it dw 
chief buildings. Hr ronsirortnj jilao 
A plan iif Ibe tiitie* of Old and Sew 
Aberdeen, nhirb wh* entirated km 
Holland, nt Ihe rxpeita<: of the rijtyi^ 
ralion. who prracntrd Mr. GoniAM 
with a silk, hat, and wiUi a silver mip, 
wei|:liiiig incnty ounce*, bcaidra a 
donntiun Ui hi> Ifidy. He wrnir 
" Miatory of the Tnuibartiima in Sn#- 1 
land from 10:17 to 1(140." ami "A 
Uracription of bo the ti>wna of Abrr-I 
dernr," lo accompany fai^ plan. Hsdl ' 
Uiese trrntiaea >lill exi^i in tnavtt-J 
rtcrijil. loiirlber wjih a Common Phacr ; 
Hook urPrai'iii-nl Itivinily, wbicb ke 
composed in I'i441. 

VI. Ucargr, who >/. in ItSOK. 
VM. Alrxandrr, who wn* rdoeatrd 

the prvft-aniuii of tha liw, hrraiar a 
member of llir Sniittth b«r in ISM.' 
and in IdHH wns nppoinled a jndg* lal 
tilt' Court of SeMion, witJj th» OUiij ^ 
Lord Auchinionl. 

«llt. Uagii.d.t.ji. 

IK. Arthur, an eininrnt harriater, 
fM. Catharine, daughter of AVxanJ^j 
MebKie*. of Kinraundy, and dinl 
lOlM. Hia aon foutnleii «nd ' ndrwH 
a mafniilirenl boMpiuil fu M ' 
nilled " Hubert <iordon'« II 
wliert' upwtirda of one baDoim uu*i 
are HUM mnintained and rdtiraled. 

K. Palrii-k. wbn tt. ill IM». 

XI. Lrwi*. a phyaieinn. d. ».f. in ITftl. 

I. laabrl, m. to Unjuliart, «f Crm^J 
bonar. 



* Il ta douMAil whrtbat the pvtnil t» tW 
of tba Matkdkal CoUfv* waa |*)al»d by J mm 
or if it *tM,baanMl luire (taiatad lw«. far ikw* ia | 
no doubt (hat tlM pMUi&t In iba paaaMiwa irflte 
prewni tSllurc m th* wuik <>r JamMoa i aad ■ la 
kvynnd <)tt*«twia ■ >u[iencir )>onr«l !«• fW MW 14 
tb<i n>ll*t« halL li raa (Voa tba paiwiac ** l^>*^ 
bilt thu Ibe pmt tn Chanhar** L«*«a Waa taisa. 



GORDON, OF PITLURG. 



40 



to 8ir Richiinl Mail- 

■of (hr Collnic of Ju«- 

liw.witli die Utip of Lonl Pilrirliir. 

nt. Jm»n,m. Ut MNtiltrion, orJotinMon. 

tv. Barhumf mt. to Ucagiei, of Kin- 

■KBfly. 
«. A' )■ i •fndrin.iui- 

em~>. if Kuplioe. 

TW 

Rr>s! « (if Pidarg, ^. in lOOD, 

wv*vrf«^ r ill IflBI. Hf m. io 

JW •'-• "r of Sir Thoma* 

In- I bud, 

II, nrnr Arlirnnth, 

fii-t. KalliMrini.-. 

. on. of Kiif 

(]uu{rblrr nf 

Ai' itiitllJiirdly, 

Rn "ff.of tJU'ii 

Fi^rifuU^r. lli^ I Uliv^l siin, John, uf 

flJIl'iD. an rminrut f>b^ sicinn, mar- 

fietl MiirKarM, iliuixliU'r of JuSn 

IktmvU, nien:liiiiit,uni) luid, wiiti atlif r 

w»p, • »on. 

J«aip»,of whom as sarcrfjor Id his 

kififttnaii, Uordon. of PiUurf{. 

I. C»<lM»fiiw>. J>. in (444. tff. Io Ittibert, 

^' ' lit Arbulhnot. 

mVi III nas «. bv hlK fUD, 

" -'.A. in J041. 
M. Iinrd Miiit- 
t III I I ir . Ill V, riiiiii ho hnd )i 
l^MSktBr. m. Vt Baird. of Aucbmcddra, and 

MA. 

kKT«»bU (InRiKiN. of Pitliirg, wbu in- 

tW r^Utf in l(iN2. Hi- m. Jma. 

*r nf Jamcii (iordnn, of KIU>n, hy 

< h* b>'i 1 itiiLiirliri r. n Iim </. unmarried, 

taaaa. '■ n tbc Britu'li 

*l coUitcral 

Jabk>4- liiliQD.M. D. n-hoth^n 

c; III* m. in I7:)l. Ilar- 

4»aiil(i«'r *>t |t'<tK'r( Cuming, of Bir- 

nri tying m l7.Vi, wan succccdrd by 

Jri«a G*«i(t»M* Cmt**;. of Pitliirg, who 

I ■ r, t<j Ihc vn- 

ftmt»- ^.nniliiddvd 

I i-e. He m. 

^ ii^n, of Gal- 

-Uf, 

1 

ti I ■' '--laloof 

li« I wliicli 

■ t. 



ftl tM dfccwc in lt>^, 



1. Jrms-WiLLrAM.nowof Harper- 
field, an otlirer in the royal eo- 

2. Hamilton. 
I. Anelia. 

Mr. Gordon Cumiug d. in 1764, and wm c 
b; h is son. 

John Gordon Ci'uing, of Piilurg and 
DiniPS. horn in 1701, who iiihiTiting in 
IKI6 tbe efiUti>« of bis rclalivtf, Skene, of 
Dyee, (eldest collateral braucb of Skviie, of 
Skene) lustuned the oame of Skene, in con- 
formity with a deed of riitatl. Hr entered 
Xiif BfTny ill 1770. iind joined the 36th regi- 
nieiil, then nndirr orders for Ameriea, but 
their de.<ili nation wns afterwAtdn rhnrit:ed, in 
voniH-ijuencc of Aevrral regiments having 
objected 10 embark for Gibniltor, as being 
enntrary tu enliatinfc enK'iK^''ii<-''>'^< "^^^ 3liA 
fj^iniriit vnlunteeretl lor Dial service, and 
enib;trki:d al Cnrk, but they nuru disp«-rited 
ill a Htorm, and (be lraitit[Kirts took Hheller 
in vnrjouA {>ort« in Eii(>;liind. Peace very 
s(K>u after took place, nnd be received a 
(.'onipmiy in tbe IGlli foot. On the break- 
ing out of the Inte war be bcennic Major of 
Uie Duke gf Gordon's fenciblc rrgimeiil, 
(tbe Nortel Feneibles, or Gordon Hi|;b- 
Inndent.) and fterted in ScJitlnnd and on tbe 
coEul of SiiMi'X, at the period of General 
l>iimorier*s threatened invaaion. Tbe fen- 
cihte force havini; been found to be efficient, 
•"•veral more repment^ were rai&^'d soon 
after, and be buviug obtained tbe rank of 
lieutrnaut-etiluiK-l in ihe army, offered bift 
tervioen and commenced rerruitiug for the 
Loyal InrerncMhirc Fencible Ke^iinent^. 
limited to serve in Great Britain and Ireland. 
Hi- Kcrvcd with his regiment during the re- 
bellion in Ireland, witli ranch credit, in try- 
ing nnd dininilt «ituiilionK. uiul iitdiieed his 
rej;iment to nffer their wrvire nnder him, lo 
join Sir Balph Abercronibie in Kgypt, nnd 
III extend it to any piirt of Europe thul hij 
Majt'sly retjuired. For tlii» spirited ofTr-r 
the re|:iirieiil received hie Miijistj's iiioiit 
graciouf^ thniike. And hi» Rovnl Hi^biii-!^!!, 
tbe comniRnder-in-rhiefwiu> pleased lu order, 
M a mark of approbation, that the corjM 
should become a royal retiimeiil, and b« 
de^if^iNted the Duke of York'* Koynl Hijfh- 
Innderti. On Ihe pence nf Amiens, in ltM>2. 
the fcnciblr repmenls «ere disbanded, and 
ai ihe terniinntirin of ihnt MiOrl iniee, he hms 
appointed iiii<peclinK lifld oMicrr of veo- 
manry and rolnnteers, and afterwards u bri- 
ICttdier-Keoeral iu Ibe northern districl^ of 
Scotland, under the coinntiind of Major- 
Genrral tbe Manpiid of Huiitly (the late 
Duke of (jordon); Ibcnre, in ItilO, be wis 
pl.-ierd «s N mnjor-general on the slalT 
of SJrily ; tbrn be was remored to ■ com- 
mand »t Uelf»»l, in Ireland, where he rv- 
mnin<*d two years, nnd fraai that he pro- 
crededlo Jnnuuc.), where he«crveil a» second 
R 



50 



FLETCHER. OF WATER EYTON AND CANNOCK. 



tn command to Lit'utroiiDl-c<'nrral Mormon, 
the licolcniuit-ijorcrnor of tbiit coti>tiy. He 
Spiiii r*-turiK-il to Brilnin, und wim imrardi- 
•trly I'IaccJ in rontniiiiid of tlu* Hi'vcrit <li*)- 
trict, lu Eii^litnd. On tlic 4th Junr, INI.1. 
be WHS rawed tf> Ihr rHnk. uf lirul^nnnl- 
Ufuffral, nnd pliri'U on the Irwbitun'asa 
ueat»aant'i;rn<ml in (-oniniiitid or ll)«^ loutb- 
ensl dutrirt of (tint k,iit)tdoin. T)ii« cotn> 
mand lir was oblisrd let relinquish in ItfM. 
in rnnftr<]w»*nc«* uf Hrrlininv: health, and oo 
llial (M'4-a#iim he liMtl the liononr nnd pmtid- 
CAtiDn of rt-CFtvin^ n %crv kind aiut i-onMt- 
latory letter from II. R. 11. tlt<> Duke of 
York, Bckiit>vt-Ir[)[;iii;{' nnd thnnkinfc him for 
l>i» luni; ind rmluu* wrvjrv. Hi- m. Lacy, 
ihini (Innuliirr of Sir Hii^h Crawford. Utai. 
of JordaiibiU, and liud iuue, 

I. William, hiit lu-ir. 

II. Tlioiiixs, wUn itutrrlrd Ilarrirl, third 
ilauit:titr>r of Liculi-iMiul-gfornil Sir 
Willinm HutcliiuHin. 

III. Jnmrs. who m. Jane- Adelaide, lo- 
eond daii};hlrr of Sir Tbcimaa Mar- 
krniiy, liArt. ui f>nblin. 

I. Crawford, m. to WUIiam Forlung. 

esq. of Krrini. 
U. t' ' " "to Kmncia Gordon, cm]. 

<>i I', brutlicruf Jumn Gor- 

di'ii, ill 1 r.iijf. 

III. Ilrubina. 

IV. Lf*'v. 

Pitlurjt diod ia I((39, and wiu a. tiy hid 
•idc»t von. the |»rcM-ni William Uor'don- 
CVH(«n-i»ki:ii£. ev\. of I'iiliirpaod Dyce. 

Fram the 6nt K'lllrmrnt of Adam de 
Gordun ill Sroltaitd, in the yrar lltt? to llir 
prcMDt dny, a prrioit of 77U yr«n> haft 
riapard. durini; wblch tim'^ thi-rr liatr bren 
t«nttr-»ix dctccuta in llic lineal molo line 
of PitltirK- The VtMounta of Kcanmre. 
bowrvcr, aImj ruuncct a lineal uniuU'mipted 



male de<ccnt front Adam dc Gordon. Wil- 
ItBin de Gordon, the aiK'rator of Am family* 
hciriiE llir i>i-i-uiid »on of Adam iW Oi>r4i 
(ht- ri):hlh in dcKL-i-iil frutn th«i fir«l aettlvr i 
Scotland. Hut the famili of Pitlurv; r* 
off In the elevrolh |;rnenilion ; for ob_ 
luccewlon of Elixabeth, llie tl»irlei*nlb I " 
dtKcndanl of Adam de Gordon, her 
John, of 8eardar|pic. the anreflor nf 
family of Pitlarg, carrird on the male Ui 
of ihi* fHmily. and hi» de»cfndanl, tli*- pr*- 
lh>nl Pilliiq;, is cci»a»-i{iiriilly, the deacrnu 
being clear and iiiiitiu-rru|(trd. ibe chief 
linral male rejirfftnntAtive of the family tl 
Gordon. From thi* fAmily of Pidurv o^ 
wardt of »i^l\ famLlR-a have tpraBg, wMMt 
aetlird in the nurlh. 

From varinna eaiio^s aritflof; from tlM 
civil wan, &:e. it would aeem that ()>«' LimtS 
of Pitlurx lost much of Ihrir pow • 
year IfMSI, and it does not appejt' '"' v 

bepwi iit refcttin their inflwroce hcl* 
year 1731. Hince that |M-riwl. herwe^l ^_ 
eatntrs hnvt' been grrndv inrrmaaj, aad ' 
inltiiru(-«> ol the family bai {irogrcMeA < 
itfiwenlth. ThecAL-tlrBof Uiracaand Lei 
and thojie left by Mr. Skene, of U» (.•«■. 
resiorrd the Camily to their fomrr rniA.ai 
Kiv'n lis )>n'»en( rcpnT^entari^e an njtMl 
|i(iIili(-Bl and ijtTKilial influrnrr with thai 
exen-t^rd )■% )>i» nni'entor, Sir John Gof4aah 
iu the Ifilh century, 

Arvu — Ax. three hoan' beadi wiAfal 
bordure or. 

CrfMt — AdorrarK- Iwaked. memb*re4| 
in its brnk. an olive brnnrh t>t'r 

Suppfirlni — iirrtrr, aWi 
Arniniir, hi* fimr up, with ■: . . . 
all ppr. ; jiauter, a boar ppr. 

Motto-~X hope. 

£wa/er— In A herder nubire. 

&>«(«— Piilurg and ParkhilL 



FLETCHEn, OF WATER EYTON AND CAlfHOCK. 

FLETCHER. THOM AS-WILLIAM, «<,. of Dadlty, in Um coanly of We 
M, ]3tb September, |H3I , .Utu-Maria, dau}rlit«r of Jamoa RuMdl,Mq. of Bmc«|1 
in the cooDtT of Stafford, by Sarah, hia wife, dauirlitcr and ct>-htir vf tfw Rv*. J( 
Beat Clerk. M-A.* fellow of Worrx-atpr College, Oxfurd. »uIi-c1bui tad praheoirfary ^ 
WuUrr1i)imf>iuii. vinar of S«(l(tley, tnil incumbeut of Dilatou, all in Ui« ooantj of I 
ford, and haa a daughter, 

Elixa-Jane. 

Mr. Flstcbar succvadiHl hia fatWr in tito }-«ar 1827, being ihoD % raioor. 



* Tli> repwwnital)*M of tlK> faadly of Itrat har«>, wilbnnl ibr rirpplioa gf a navle |a— aiiiai, K 
baueicad eurinrmeii >a tli« c«M>i>li«a of V\ orcMtrr ud StaSbnl ftmev th« una of tb« IwlMaattMW < 
ia tbe temer aeaniy Ibay pa— ei nd the ■drowwaa of Elndey Lwreii wA Oorefdalt^ 



FLETCHER, OF WATER E\TON AND CANNOCK. 



51 



t 



X 



y »f Flvfclier i» of anUqnity in 
of SufTord Jtml Wftrwick, as in 
I of C'uinbi'ilnnit, wlirrr llip rt-iiiili-iil ob- 
tt4 * b^rooMcy irmp. Cm iHin !.• Tlu-ro 
'ycovfavKUint iliai tliu (trntictt befurf u» 
I AnUrd in ttir roijiit> ut' Stiiflfonl to rarly 
the raign of Edwiinl 11. but from Uie de- 
jfl^QQ 0f t).^ ..,,.1. riToniB, the pvilig^re« 
br BMtJi iluct-O ool}' from die 

r of Qwr> I. :, Ii, wliftt 

'uou** FlI'Tciikk, of Watitr Fytoii »ntl 

nilniil.iD tlircouDCyorSuirortI.Bir<)nire<l 

^HUlim by marnnKe with MAr^nr«t, 

^B^ »m1 rvmtuAtly licircos of Hitlf Al- 

t, r«q.1 of Canooi-k, a. purlion of wliich 

i>ow hrld by his rIfsctrdilHiitiii, Iparlng 

Lya pMfActI in Itir male Unc : of this mar- 

* ttiertr wrfr iMur, 

Thoha«. hi* beir. 

JfUfarrt. 6. 3.1rd May 1£02. mentioned 
t« tlir Heraldic VuiUtJoiiB for Slaf- 
li>rd»birr, lo hnvc m. Ul. WHIJam 
Clirin ynrf, p^q.urUit- llidgf, co. SUif- 
fonl. anil on hi.<t drrrnse |r> Iiavr re- 
in.trti>-il rratii-is (litl'iird of Wwlir 
Im .11. rm|. "«tio wu sUin before 
Duiiu-y <*A»iIe. hr brinfr :i cnutniiie for 
liM awjesty Kin^CtiarlcB f.' uixl who 
rand»un o( SirTbuuinsGiBbrd 
Ijnicton, for wlioM (»cdlgre« imv 
.•MA. 
'her WA« buried at Sbared[iaU,'24l)i 
ISIU; UJa widow. 16ch April, Mil6. 



tlmAmioB «od La FImImt are of 
m Urn poblie ncorda of lUcb> 

Il«nid V ColW ce *re cerenil 1«ti«r« fran 
At^ori, of Cuoorlc. to Sir ^ViUiani 
liirh srn irali-d wilti untM (liffprin^ froiQ 
vtfitMwn. by cite ni]<lido4) of d c«ntoii, 
■ Sir WilUaia freuueully i(3«n tn ■ 
^w ViMvborfafuiilT. iim on^nal of thU 
afdvacto wiwta tb» poan—ioo of Mf . Flet- 

tlH^ipt*ii>ttU*nwmw in muTftmntH to 
ri fawn *ft aoM Ckrialiwi iwme iJiroiigb tte 



Thomas FletchebI of FetherstonR.miunty 
SinlTord, b. 2ii(l October, 1590. was nii offi.-pr 
in ibe army of K. Charley 1. He enlarged 
tbeegtAlobyllie iiun-baM- of lands in Wirley 
Maf^nft. UiilfV Parv», Siiredon, Cannock, 
and Cheslyn tlay. in thu 4lb Cliurles I. He 
m. !24ib July. 1620. Bliznlietb, duugliti-r of 
Willjuin Puole, and was killed at Marslon 
Moor hi Uie year lOW, luavin^ issue, 
Thohas,' his Ii4>ir. 
Aune, bajitized 13tli Not-. \62l. 
Margerie, baptized 7tb June, 1625. 
His son and heir, 

Ti(OMA.s Fi.v:t<:hf.r. esq. do niagtiA Wirlev, 
baptJMd 3rd Aap. ^ 4 Car. I. ( Iffiftt,) m. Iblh 

Jan. 10 Car. 11. Mary, daughter of 

Bourne, and had issue, 
TiiOHA!., his heir. 
John, baptized 'iiiA June 1870. 
Katharine, born 12th, and baptized Mlb 
November. KItli Cha.<i. II. (ir«({|.) 
He died lOlh Septeinbttr, 1091, and was/, 
by his elder son, 

TiiouAH Fu.rcHKR, of Wyrley magnt, 
B. A. of New College, Oxford, borii 2Ut 
March, baptized I4lh April. lU Charles II. 
IWI4, tti. Catherine itiL-hurds, and d. 21st 
Feb. 17li4, IcaYJiig issue, 
TiioMA.s, bin heir. 
Catherine, b. 170b, m. H. Hodgetis, and 

d.i.p. 1731. 
£lizabeih.6.170<J,m.1733,GeorKcKeen, 
esq. ofStafford, and rf. leuvin); an only 
child, Reort^e Keen, cm). aldernmn 
and mavor of Stafford, who ru. at St. 
George s. Haiiorer Square. London, 
EUz:il>etli Mary.only dati.aud lieirc^ 
of Willuugliby Kiclinrd Pickering, 
of Hitiiuvt-r Stgiiiirc, M.D., and d. 
without issue, IH'J2. 
Ann, A. 1710, m. l~.'t3.TlioTna»Cope,e«). 
of Lencron. in the county of Sliiflord, 
and died I.Mh March, 17.'i7, Icariii); an 
only daughter, .\nn, now liring unm. 
HJs only tutti and heir. 

Tilou'iK Fi-F.Ti. i(eii,ew|. of Cannock, hapt. 
19th March, 1707. m. 1738, Mary, only dnu. 
and heirens of William KeuIinge.H esq. nf 
iscd|;ley Hark, co. Stallord, by Kteanor, his 
wiftf, dau. of — Gibbons, esq. of Ettingsolc 

■Ithwt soni. Pint, in his liinlory of SlalFofdahire, 
obMrTM that (h« LitUetoi) fumily, who bare large 
puMwiiiuBiK io this part of the cuuiity, hare nil be«a 
SirEdwuda (nun the time of f>tvr«ril Vl. The 
sanw ciicumstBDoe mar b1»d be cbMOrv«<l iu miuiy 
pedifrnM.t* (econlnl in tli« prvi>i>tit work. 

$ Oa the »tb .Mrv. l^\3. 19 Cur. I., Tbonuis 
rii>tcber. It Kiudvnt in the iQunicipal laws, had li> 
bpny criDliN] hiRi (though tltr.n mlwvnt) Io lake 
the degre« of hacb. of lh« Civil l-nw, when bn 
nlutuld cam* totheoniTersity. Wood's Fsiit Oxoo. 

H The fmniiy of Kecliope wtib wnied nt H«wiira> 
ley, in the co'uaty of StuTord, U tbe tinw of tbo 



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BAIVBRIGOE. OF tOCKINGTON AND DERBY. 



Hall, bj which marriai^lir .ic()uirMla rain- 
able ptvprrty in Uic couMy of SulTord, and 
hid two ftonii, 

Thumik, bUhfir. 

Willinm. A. 4iid Oct. 1740. m. 1770. al 
UhUwinfDni. in Ihc county of Wor- 
cvMtrr, Alice, dnuithlPr of Thoiiins 
BUkrniorr,r«i|.* nf Niirilinit-li.in thr 
county of Cfarftler.ood ii.il AlUcto bur, 
l(KH. Icarinjt i»»ur. 
Thomiu. bvir (o bin uncle. 
Mnrv, IP. Ihf Rpt. Juhn Wallham. 
M.A. of Jrflus Collrge, Cani- 
bridgv. ret'tor of Rock, co. Corn- 
mnII, and of l)arla«ton, co. 8taf- 
ford, a roat^ifltraic for th^ lanrr 
countT: aiid tecuudly, the Hp.v. 
John UowrllB. 
Sarah. 
Cfltherine. 
Frnucfft. 
Itf d. in December, 1700, and wai t. by hk 
rlikr HJD. 

Thomas FLrTCitEH, oq. of Cmmock, *. 
I.llli Vliiy, I7<K>. who fA tinni. 3Ul Augi»l, 
ItNni, ami mh» mii-urcdi.'d by hi« iit-jih^'W, 

Though FiMt'ti»:ii, «M). of llamlanorth, 
cA. Sixllord, 6. imh ■■'••bruary, 177*2, who m. 
lUUi May, IWM, Ann. diiuicbur of Tbooiav 
UitftM<ll, grnt. and had iMut', 

Vbtwioe of IMS. dMv^ Rloltard KmUbk*. the 

Uvtt Sit John K^liHic.rhM'rjutiirr 

ofUif Fviii^ ^ iKiirh, ir««alM>of the Staffonlalun 

' 11ji> faniilv of HIaliMiiorc ii BOW npnaaoud 

bv Itirltanl lllak«nwiv, rwi. nf th* l^Mym, in tbn 
counlir of lUrwftKd.iad or\ eluiilra. In ibvcouutr 
of GhaM wyan , who hw Mtrvd Uw olfic« of high 



Thom-ihA\'iuh»i, bin heir. 
Williani,M.A-f(-llow<>rilra)u>nnoMC4|- 
l(f|(e, Oxford (in lioly orditn) m 31vt 
Dec. IK3i>. Hannah Mitria Janp. <U«. 
orJo»ruh Uiuubriggu.caq. of Derby. 
Jobii WAllbam. 
Henry. 
Anne. 
He d. at tinndjnrorth, let April. 1877. aa4^ 
was r. by hli^ eldfsl «od, the present TllO- 
HA^-\^'lLLIAM l'Ll:TC'llEH,e»'| 

t.4ria*— ArKt-nt, n crtiM pnycrailMl fAttle 
«urnmtinl4'<l by ii plain croM prmiiir.lirtwpra 
four (ilieonB aznris each wltluii ail anai' 
uf the Bt-cond, Fli-tcber. 

QuartrrtMji — Harry nary of einbt ai 
and azure with a bend or. churRrd «ilh 
multrt* gn, Alport. Gu. bi:'tMi>rn two 1mb«i| 
rampant or. a Wnd en^ratlf.-d or, tharfv^ 
with three acaling laddera of tlic field, Koel* 
inge. 

CV«i( — A horBc's bead crtifed ar^. pnr^id 
with a collar ta. rharifcd with Uirrr phr iM_ 
or, in (be inoulh a rom; tfu. alipprd |tpr. 
Mittin — Suit cnicr aHui*. 
L't$nlfM—h\ StairorJfthire. Warwi 
and WuriTstpr^hirf. 

IttiiHfMcrt — Haeley Grove, io th« at 
of Warwick, and lludiey, in the coooty wT 
U'oreeater. 



■beriiT for hath ooootiw. H« is n*i>h<^ la 

Atiro Flrfclif^. Ilia u«t4^, Ann ' 

HMl 1 lllr lUwki^.clrrk. I.1..I). t 

ta Kiajt tico. IV. licixr of Uuili'- . •*■■• 

■ton*, Da-U-nion', uitlior of varwoa ftmti«ti ■ 

other pablicatiaiid. 

f 1 h> man «in i^ai Tmi of tha ftmily wart a> U ». 
■ cTom 0«i>n' WiwMK fuwr aMoU(i|iahaD« arg a ai. 
Thfa ooat had ao craou 



BAINBUIGGE, OF LOCKINGTON AND DERBY. 

BAIXBRIGGE, JOSEPH. t»n. o( Derbr. n eaptiun b tbe KioK'** Own. or StafiwU 
Khire Militia, o. 27th Sept. I/.V^, m. hia conaio Hi 
dnuprbtvr of Philip Gelt, M.D. of Wirkaworth, m the< 
of Derby, bitt had no tMuie ; and aecoodty. Mlaa Hi 
Harriaou, uf Vlelderaley, io th« aama county, by wfai 
baa 

I. Thomas-Parkiir, Ileateoant h» tbi« Wib rrK'"**** 
fool. m. at Cauuporr. in ihr F.a«i Indli-v. 
IVJO, UUtM. ilautibtrr nf Lirulrnaal-Gt i 
I>\Mfn MarRhnll. K.t'.D. and Iiecaitie « «>i 
trithoul iMur .Inl Muy. I»i2, He marri«4,M« 
l.^rina- .Viint* . dAtiKbU'r of fharlea Daabwood, ' 
l(roc|r«. in ih<' county of Siiffulk. 
n. \ViUutn-Henr>. 



^ 



<S'v® 



iJL 



I. Annc-Eliui)>rth. 

II. Haniinb-Maria-Jani-.ai. the Rev. William PUl 
M.\. Kflliiw (if liras«nnoae ColIrKr, O\tot4. 

III. Mary-Harbara. 

Captain Bainbri|rg« laccccded la tbe reprtsenUtion of tbc family ud lb« dcalb of 
brother in UI8. 



BAINBRIGGE, OF LOCKINGTON AND DERBY. 



53 



I Uiiuagr. 

^By.offp'riitHnliquily in the iiorlli mil;, in tliscuftsinfc the rnvrilsor Oh* beariri); 

B^ r-nmr lu Lockioglon alioiit llif chIU-(1 ttif fciHi, which Ik* proves to repr«M>iit 

H'm'^ii (iT Hf.\RY ^'fI. " III tbr till- KDi'ieiit n)ilit»tv kit'IIr or arming bf.-ll, a 

|^( illiiioi Fluwer. Nurroy, ^ranirtl baifj^t? nf harinur. ana of gr^at aiili(|uity. 

m Baynbrigcc,or LockiDRioii C'tlc* From thu liini^ ihe rAniJly cume lo Lodc- 

Imni the anctrot fjimlly ot the llain- itigton, dotvn to the lafii Thomn«, or Wood- 

K^thraarlh) n crt!*t to hi» aticitnl iioat, who clirtl in lEtl8,_thc n-prcttentHtivc 

Btt 



wcrr then coiiGrtnpd." Set* 
kmolr, vo). tH4, (. 'MiJ. '^W. 

ikp)i«ar from craditjon ibsi th« 

[OrtKiitnlly B)iyn, a Snxon mini 

»iiy, and thai the won) Rri^i:^ 

rODSftquence of one of the fa- 

[wltfa hia»oiu nud followen iiuc- 

fendn] a bridge a;;nin«t forrign 

ad we now dnd n villngp rnlb-ij 

in the Niirtli Riiling of Vurk- 

iii the iiiouiiIiiinA br-lnefti 

Faoil Wmtinorlntid, which wax 

military p(tf(ord«f<Mt<:t,a Roman 

lUce ofgrcHlnntlqaily. There 

icts of ihr liMriil) iit ibe 

I, na Buinhrigi; HuIdi. in the 

>a ttf EAaingkin Ward, in the 

rlwui.aiidat \[i|i1eby,in Wet-t- 

irdaof lemioria) nmwes- 

lay Buok. did nul exteotl to 

{land, uwin^r in titr ho^lilily 

lo the Nnrmaiis ; i'un»ei|iieiil!y 

I not foiiml III llinl work, wild not 

rd AiDonettic Sunnnii futluKeni, 

)et| Ihal Ihr^ did wtl cvuie inio 

[tht! Conqiimt. 

Uip-tlirr w itii that of the prin- 
||C in Ihf umia b^liiR tbr batlll- 
IQ of the bi;;h«>t aiili<)uity. being 
Olt. aboiwinn Sa%on or rniber 
rtion, it i» lo be inferred thiil 
y were estibliibeJ in Lngluiid prior 
irmaii intiuiun. 

n, a high aiilhririty on hrmldry, 
tK eaftmple ut the iirni* of ibia fn- 

^■rnal w«t a man uf i;Tcat talcBt tod a 
^B ttrf^mm Ha wu almoner to 
PTm^ tbuwKtff fwm UcvK^ Vlll.to 
tm l i«ifM <Hia wt aho to iha r»i>e. 
Aattv MS. aataa tlt«t \S'oIfw>^y' Hnl)«il 
tm poban him. thai li<- tni>;ht 
lib* priDarv ; bdt All»iu» Oia- 
M tbr Vopr* nini Cordin&U, 
nonl by ■ --*e«»p« 

ilW«ardint .Elba, 

tiul ' ■. shows 

Italton, Wiiitp t)t WorcrtKT, 
llMoe, a* ll)i> KifiKR nraidi, brib'>J 
a {KtMi liniie tn Carrtmal 
hwmi, and III bw eoafidrnc^, 
lb h» did \n |M>uun, ami n^ 
lOiglM ihaauBi nf fiftivo ducata ■» 
(lilt tu llir Inr1un>, ciiD- 
W^mb 'hdl rn|)e Leo \, 

•B a^fuw u< . < ^ibljfd luntM-lf an>l 

.••gUk *M »l lUa Unw- iu com>4[wao«ni'r 



has always served tlie office of high atherttf. 
either for the county of Leicester, Derby, or 
SliffTorcl. 

From I.V>3 lo 1680, the brunch then rstn- 
blisheil al [lerby, wt-re niinnbers uf parliu- 
menl for the l>oroiigb. 

Juhii Bavnbrigg was high tberiff for York 
ill 141». ' 

In l6l4diedCardiniUCHiilKrorMr.it B«YN- 
BHHiK, priiDHle of Kiigland, arebbishDp of 
York.eHrdinal of St. Pnixi*, bishop of l>ur- 
hani,andpruMMl of Qii(>eii'8Ci)Ue^e, Oxford, 
to nbieb he w.is a great 1>enrfaclor.* 

j4tHS UAYSBKKiu^ of \^'bt'»lley. couiity 
of Vork, ollierwiae called BuynbiiKge del 
North, and afterwardifof Leicestersbire^bail 
Ihrce children. 

R<il)kt(i,his heir. 

Thoiiwia, m. Aliee, daughter of Tliomai 
Palmer, of West Hiougliiou : for an 
ncrotiiit of whose deiK:endfiiil!>, we 
Nicliolls' Illdlory of Le ices lersh ire, 
(Ashby, p. 63l.)t 
John. 
The cidcfll son, 

ItoHLui' BM^BltiDT.r, esq. of Lockinglan, 
pontily lil Lfiiester.wliosiiweeded his father, 
ni. I&abclU.dimgblL-r of WiUi:iin Milcale.of 
MiiiicheKicr. He was burit-d 'Hnl Aiigusi, 
1A73, leaving iantie, 

I. Wti.i.uH. Iiig heir. 

II. Alire, n». a-ltb Nf»vein>>er, 1.VW, 
Thomas Hunle. of Derbyshire. 

III. iMihrl, m. Kichard MaiielrJg, ITth 
Nov. )5?2. 



and. intimacy with WoUev. tb«n in ttu> «nniib of 
bis |>ower. W'olsev Ikrmea ibe bisboprirk of Wor- 
ev!>ter. and nnniited Iwriiv nunis lo De (jit>ha. 

Itich.trd Pucv. oiih of Uambnic'" ■ern.nimfa, 
wlio kiinw (Fitt piutirulara of Rinwuki'ii conf^B^ion. 
was afl«r wards mnde naecmar^arKtnle, afxl Wnb 
sey succtwded tu all tlia Iwooura oTCiwdinal Hun- 
brip*. 

An enifTsving of CardiDal Bainbrige u in poa- 
Swvon of tb« funily. 

t This Tbomss bad s ton, Robert llainbrtdfre. 
of Asbliy de U ^iiurli. wIki uurrieil Aiuw, tUuf littir 
of Kicliard Krenircl, of Sbenion, by whom hia 
Cllb MID wu Dr. John Haiabrid;:o. who »■»■ «lu- 
cuttd ai K^maiiuel IVJle^rf. (. wubmlxe, by lu* kiu»- 
wan. Dr. Joaepb liiill. Ui.hop of Nowieh. upd 
WMS dHMfii fim inriliiut (irofra^or of luHrononiy in 
iliM Univenritv of tlxfonl. He tli*d 3rd Noveiii. 
brr, ItrtS, aai wu buried wiili public buimurs is 
dip rlinpvl oi MniiiMi i »11()k«. wbvre is a l.alH 
epitijih. Sta Wood's AiIimik. 



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BAINBRIGGE, OF LOCKTNCTON* AN'D DERBY. 



HU tan and locoetaor, 
Wiu.uu llAtNRRKiaK, «iiq.oriXM:kiD|!ton, 

(ufL-haiK^ tlie niRiiorof I.->ckiii|ctuii in I57ij. 
tr bud bfvn bitcli tiht-ritf of ittr county of 
LrWitvr ill !&&'>.* Hr m. iir»l. '2Uh Na- 
venibrr, U»&i, Mmlyn Wolfhirlr. hnt by \irr 
boil no i»»ur: mitl M>roitilly. )7lh ^(iril, 
167 1 , Etiuibrlli, tlna^tilernr Rilwnril Cbnrdr, 
VW|. fif Ifniiilim. \lr. Bftiribrigigr died 32od 
April, 11(17. ii|£rd hi. Uavioir 

I. JotiK, )ii« bcir. 

II. Uamt'by. u mrrcliAot mlvonlnrer, 
bom l&7'0. ditd r. ;>. 

III. TbrtniHS, m. Aktips, dan. ofOvorgc 
JArLftfiR,^rnt.orA*hbourn,<'ouiit> of 
Ihrhy, hurifi Alb NuvfiubtT, IttM, 
li>n«iiii; »fviral children. 

IV. Willinnt, burn ISnh, dji-d witlioul 
muK, nnd fr«8 buried ItHb Aogiul, 
1654. 

I. Eliubrtb, bora 1579, m. lint, John 
Suflurd, rtt). or Uitrkby. bnrristvr- 
■t-litw,iDd rvcordrrof Lricv^lcrr.ind 
flccondly. Kobcrt TcrrinKlmin. tw). 
of Wrston. coonly nf Nurthnmplua. 

II. Mnry, btini l'^??. dii-<l nn iiirnnl. 

III. Mft'ry, iH. Jobn LaKc, rwj. of Ureal 
WifttioD. 

IV. Sirob, M. lint, Henry Duckctt, 
ti.L>. orCol):ravr, Hfld secondly. Wil- 
linni Koliitidoo, D.I>. archdencon of 
Nuiliu^liom. vwbrnddrrof YorJi.St. 
Dsvid'tt. mid WeMniiti*lrr, rwtor of 
l^i*X \t'hArioii, rotiiily of l^ricffttrr, 
KDd Mini;liam, ruuiily of YnrL. of 
which Jjitirr marriiiKe tlicrr were two 
■ons, 

llrnry. rrclor of Lonf; WbattOD, 
M. bit caiiftin Ann, « daiigbtrr of 
ThoniM And Ann Kiiinbri^gr. 

John, cn-aird a baroni-l, in IfillO, 
ancciitor tif Itir Strcttou MaKna 
and Craiiford fitnuily. 

V. HrBirr, M. I*liili|i UninbriKXC. of 

Whrniliv llill.cutitiiy of York. 

VI. Anitf , ilird an inrnti'l. 

VII. Suaaniia, 

VIII. Annr, 
U. I^licftltrtlt. dird an infant. 

Tliv rldp«( %on and hrir, 

Jnitx U«iSBHii.i<e. rM). nf Lorkinfflon, 
«lipriff ol lb<- (^iiiiily of L4>K^-fili-r. 111.1(1. bap- 
ttxiHl l^tli Occ. Itfi^m. A^nm, iljtujtktf rnC 
W Uliani Lawe, eM|. of Gnat Wigtlon, aii4 
had iaaur, 

I. WiUMV, hi<i h^ir. 

II. John, iMirn 1(^10, din) ao iofaBt 
I. Mary, tnm iai2, died unin. 

• la N.. > . , , 

aaaiMa4 ••■•i '■ ihlp-h 'i.o iLatJUMiiiic -■vi»i tn •» iu< u 
kljMBfcawd Uw sSn, aa mwH td ilw raiua «f 
wmty «Bd pwa oIcMdBf , 4c. 



died uom. 



II. EHubflb, m. 8ir John Bate. 

Carlton Citrlicw, coantyof LcicealeT) 

nlKiiit lii3l. 
John Uainbriggc t/. l449-d,aiid was #. by 
Bon. 

WlLLUH DtlKBRlccR.Ma.ofLockini 
Mhom. flr^t, BnrbirK, daiiKntfr of Wijiinra 
St. Andrrw. r»q. of UntUuin, winch Udy ifit!^ 
I. p. Mt Afiril. 1024, asrd IH, He nfU-t^ 
wardit CKpouft^d EliiEMbela, dauj-birr of Ur 
rapr Hiyiitl. of Tbrupton, (bounty of NDlliaf- 
hMRi, and by hrr, who died 3uUi Maica, 
1634. had iuue, 

I. John, m. Dorotliy, daa^hlvr of Tbi>> 
masUrry. rsq. of Lm. ' t had 
a von. John, lii;:b «Ih I : nil 
of L*'irpelfr, HillW,but"inijn- utj-t-r 
antit nrr now extincL 

II. (iiTviitr, of Alrnaton. county 
Dvrby, m. Cathcnni-. dnn. n( Joli 
FultfcHid, of Hrniuiin^iot*. ctt*im 
p'llntinv uf LcicesliTr, niid bad 
four childrru, nil uf nbum ilird 4. ^ 

III. Anne, m. William Hrrrfck. 
of Ucaumanor, (irv vi>|, iii, p. 
33nl July. l<My. and died lOad. 

Mr. Dainbric^ *"• thirdly, Mary, iliMa^< 
a( Gvimaii trrton, eaq.f of Aturbotwgh, 
and had iaattr, 

I. William, bora 1630. AM ao 

II. ThQniaa,bora lA4U,tlM4 mn 
in. WitLUM, of t«bom[ire«*Hl1y. 
tv. Henry, of WJmeawcMld and fli 

giMi-ote Orantfe.coanhn of ' 

m. dm, Hannah, dauKliirr ' 

Welby, eiq. of Drnlon, • . .i ,. -.f 

Lincoln, and aecDnally, I .- 1 

dau^btrf of Jiinir« Ni ! 

door mm-banl, by nI>' 

I. Jane. 

II, Catberina, m. WtlHarrt Lrakr. 
of Wiraranoulii ■ •, 
Waa cotiHtitiitnl ' hL 
II. but dpc-linrd iti i^ni. lie dti-4 
October, l(l»7, aitil wu iMtfM 
W'imv^would. 

The third too by the mcomJ marriave. 

\^'iiiUM UAiM»RiaoK,r»i) ' T 
Ovrr lUll, pnrckaaMl tht r»i 
roiiniy of Staffonl. in 1074. im-h i 
Hnrnn. ViM-uunt rullrn. lit- m. 
aecond duughlrr of i>ir Nicbolaa Wil 
Ovmnvlon. cvunly of L>«rby. by Mboai 
leA iaanr, 

J. William.of thcOId I" 
high fk en IT for lUeti'^ 
lar, m. MjirtlM, dMifthter ua4 



t In ivAipqn>«ic^ af tktt mtamtgm Mr 

lurd prolfctor, mi wh appaiotad aoa of tba 
liaamitaiy a^aBiaaiMiara. TW «a«W id i 
mm U«ry livtaa. Ikv «M— MWJ gi*«a^ 

Mn-iuJaw of Cnaaw«IL 



BAINBRIGGE, OF LOCKINOTON AND DERBY. 



W 



of Giwvi] Brt- It. of Dynudale Hull. 
•■Ulty of Ktnffnnl, aitd Kaultcin 
Mmitor, by Jiitu>, tiaughlrr of tlio fint 
%\ UUaiu iugv, or Thorpe. IK- tlu-J 
Kth Auiru»t. I7\wi, U-itviii|f iaiu*, 

I. W illiRni. dii-il U|;i'(I 17. 

•2- tlilMurd lirrii. »al<l the Old tiall 
ta bin cnuAin, litrd onmnrnetl in 
tbfl Mr or Wij^lil. I7-II. 

I. i«ni', tltvdvuun^, 

'. dirt) younf. 

- •■ >.co-b*-ir to her t>ral)irr, 

m. Jiibn Gilbrrt, wq. of Lockoe, 
rotintv of ttvrUj. 

a. Jatif. 

7. B«rb«ri, co-TirlrlohPr brotliiT, 
•». Mnjor BasMt. o/ llcauprf 
Ca- lf.'», 1 mi^or in ko 

Iri--.. ■ . f, 

ti. Wntnot. 1 

I. Th(mia«. of whnra bt>reali>r. 
t. Dorolbv, M. John Hope, M.D. of 

l>erbr.' 

II, B«rb«ra. m. Otc Rrv. Sniiiu''I Davi- 
Kw, rv<;Tor uf Trtislry.nncrr-i.tr of itie 
(jifliil) of tbr Brind, i-ouiit^ ufSiilop. 

in. Miry, dird «. p. 
^— Mr Bunbncgr rf, '*7th L>er(?mlM>r, \t779, and 
^■»M a. •! Kwvstrr by Ilia Toun(;ciit Mil. 

m 



rM->wt< R 



t 



l*irtcT. ^ 



"I Derby, born 

■cf uf B«nJK< 

-in In Tbomiu 

I lentirld, aitd nns 

' pb. who wu« lirir 

' r. Bainbrii:([e died 

iTicdftl.VlIi^aiQttf, 

;i ii*4;-, 

-. bb brir. 

II. \% 1 .'> ''^< <r iit Ihp Army, died 

». ;* ' ^'-. Marj'd RcdolifT, 

HwimUtt. 

I. lUrtum, m. John, Kcond »0D oriMoc 
Borrvw. of CMlleAcldi. couiiMlIor- 
«t-lnw. 
* '-. Ilttnrj UAwett, eiq. 

.- i:ou«in'a (ton. 
^Tfc... ^.. .-,.. 

T**niiAf BAihkitlooi, »q. of WoodwKt 
Mrf Borr- '■•- '""-•> July 1714. (xircburd 
mm «««■< UT, 177H : bmli Wood- 

^■1, ITfTT . ' rilT fur lounty of Drrby 

ITaO, bmI pmcUimrd his Migp«tjr Kimy 

* TW wj ii i* ttmiw at BorVm it deacMtdnd 
>aipBal|ilnt dm "Bttncn. Lord of Tatburr. 

Ibvywaf iWtMMtof N'«>tlwM>d. imip. Wii- 

rt4t« 'Jrm t'nOtl'irl^t Itol-M Purli-D iLi,il,<>r n( 



^itfi 4Umt*atitil Bulcru«ll| fiuu Julu of 



CiKuHuK III. on bit) acccs»lDD to tbe throne. 
He m. Antif, daughter of laaae Borrovr. vsq. 
fif Cttsllvficlils, flinty of l>erby. by hia 
aevoad wifr, lloiiur Biirtnii,* wjio whs di- 
retrily deHcrndcd from Eow«iid III. of Eng- 
land. Up difd in I70ti, abd »iu burivd at 
lloccsler, leariiii;; ii«ue, 

I. THOM.U, bom 8th .\ngnst l?dl,she- 
rilT for county of Sulford, in IHOI, 
ditd unmarried 1818, leavinp the e»- 
t)ilV9 of WoodwBl. Kocedtcr and 
Di-rby, lo (hr nslurni daugbti-'rorhU 
namra] daughlfr. 

II. iosePH, the present Captain BaiH' 

BKIUUB. 

III. Jdbn, of Hiiles Greent ocranty of 
llcrbv. rA|ituiu in tlie Dvrby miU- 
tia, dird INt2-(, »g(>d7l. 

IV. Philip, boni3()tb July, l7A6,a lieu- 
IcTinnl-rotuiiel in tlic urniy, killed 
coin mil iid ill); Itir 2()lh rt^);im(-Mitof foot 
al ttio bniile of tu^mont-o^ Z)'i', in 
Holland, filh Ortolier, I7W, agFd-1.1. 
He marrii-d Kiirhp^daughter of Peter 
Uobree, eatj. of Bciiuref^ard, in the 
tstv of GuFrrnse;, by wboin h« left 
issue, 

1. Philip, a Uculcnani-culouL't in 
lilt- army, and pirmanenl niisia- 
taiil quiirti^riiiii^lvr-gr'ni'riil, bum 
4tli Februnry. 17Mi, married •'ith 
April, Iblti.Sarah-Mary, daugh- 
ter of Joseph FktchiT, esq. of 
Liten'ool- 

2. J<ili»-Haiikey, a captain in the 
army, married bui(,ouain Sophia, 
dau. of Bunamy Uobre«, esq. of 
Guernsey. 

3. Pett-r, e»q. of Derby, toot Ibc 
name aitd arms of Lt- Hunt, in 
addition, bv royal sign manual, 
in IM2. 

4. ThiimAii. n livulcnnnt in tlir 67lb 
regiment, m. Sarah, daughter of 
— Bate, e«q. 

1. Anne, dieil agtd 13. 

2. Harriet, m. Robert Dale, a lieu- 
tenant-colonel iutbe army, killed 
commandiufc the 1^3rd regiment, 
at Nen Orlcdii!^, 1816. 

3. H»i>ur-BlizHb4.'lb. 
i. Rjicbel-DubrM-. 

6,' Anne. m. 3l6t Ortober, 18I.'i, 
her cou»iii, Samuel Dobree, c»q, 
of Waltliomilow, county of Es- 



(Inm, Kin^ of Caflile dimI Puke of I.«n«wi(«r, 
thnuifb tb* bordt da Cr*y, of Wiiloti. and fron 
\\ illiritn Ch)MAii,hfaifa«r lo llmry Cbicwfo, bishop 
(il Cwiwtbury and fouadar uf AD Soala Cotlvfce, 
Ditard. tSec [x-difiiM^ ft Uurton and Uonougb, 
in <'i)l. \tw. and MeouuaU Cbii-bilians.) 



£ 



M 



VERNER, OF CHURCH HILL. 



«ti, dirri ia D«eenber folltm- 

-Firal anil fimnli, iirgvBt a frvt 
be(Mrrt-n thrrc batlic-Mxrx iablr, 
BilwBiimoB; svcood aodthird.i^lMa cbvv- 
roa brtwern thni^ IvopftnU' bruls or. 



• Ur. Mom, in W "SmmI MtioUt*,' «I- 
lodw ta ihH mmiy ittA of Ai» ynnc lad;, ia th* 
IhlVnnsit luu» 1 
" Umtra not fcr fc«r. tbaroaiw Wide of Um v^. 

Our CajvBt ukI lnr«G«at, k>«t tn ui now. 
Ere life ■ eadf Iwtr* faad tun* to rnnr nL», 
And ihm ^Imu) of lof* ww >M frMU) on Imt 



Crrfi— A goal labltf, hamwlM 
arcrni. aronnd bU nKkacoUarof Ati 
BtATidini; on a bill vrrL 

Esimtta — lu Drrbyabin. 

A«u<rar«#— Derby p and Dnyloo, coaMy 
of Salop. 



He tdd* ift B note, Ibia *m» ■llndee to the r«M 
a vanr Ipedv wkI anaU* ciH, ibe dan||fater «rf \\m ' 
Ute CAtDMfBabbnn*. wlw waa anrried im Aek. 
boofiM Bbarvh, Slat OaiobH-, iBlS. and dM ia a 
few waria after. The anaad of her aMm^^e Wile 
a>waed aearaaljr out of oaf aan wWa wa Waad rf 
bw death. 



^ 



^^ 



VERNER, OF CHURCH HILL 

VERHEH, WILLIAM, vv\. of Clmrcb HUl. in the count; of Amii)?fa, b. 25th Or- 
lotwr. 1782. m. 19th October. 1810. Harriet, onljr dau^hhir 
of th* Hon. f 'olonol Edward WingSeld, of Cork Abbey, 
of Richan), tlurd Vixrount Poweracourt, and boa baue, 

WtLiUM. Jl. 4(h April. IS23. 

Edward-H iri^ticM, ft. 'iOUt October, IftSO. 

Amrlia. 

Prancra - EltKabctb . 

Frrilfrira. 

Harrif-it-Jane-lMl>«Ila. 

Cecilia. 

Henrietta-CottaUalia- Frances. 

Colonel Vemer, who \m a lieutenaot-coIODal In lb* 
aucceeded to the pstatea u( hift paternal graad-unrJc,' 
Veni«r, *>sq. in 1788, and reprearoui the county of Arai 
io piirliameni. He ia a niagiitrate for Armafch and Tjtmm, 
a depiity-lieuli-nant of the latt«r, and Inw <ierT«d a« bl^ 
iheriff for Muoaghan in 1H20, Armagh in I8'2I, and 
in 1823. 



T)ii' familT ie of Inrtie slandinK in ibr 
eoontr oT \rmH|ib. and )■»• brcn tor a ron- 
■idrniblr tjiiip 9rtll<>tl al VU-.n >i Hill. 

David VriiMtR, ea«|. : 'tf (bf 

prrariit praprirlor. left ' ' iti, bia 

<rifr. two eon*. Jiiur* and TitoNm, An ulTicrr 
in (be ernn , ktlk-d at Uic bttttU- uf Uunkrr'a 
Hill. Tb.> ildrr, 

Jtwr.« Vr.NHrn. Mt\. ant In ibe |ri«h par- 
lifiinrnl fur many vrat*. and arrvrd (be 
Dfficr of fhcrilT for Lbe countiif of Armsfth, 
Mvatb. Monafcban. Unblin, and Tyrone. 
He M. Jativ. daBKbttT of Ihc Kc*. Hrnry 
f'Inrkr. of Summ<'r lalnnd, in Ibr mtinty of 
ArmNgb. h\ hi* niff, tbr only diiujibtrr of 
John Alklneon. of Money, and bad iWHe, 
WiixllH. biaheir. 

Tbumaa. b. in 1774. tm. RlJrjibrih ar- 
rond dnuchlrr n{ Sir Kilwanl -Mny. 
eialer lu lbe ^IsrrbiotirM <if Dnur- 
^11. ami Hnn four Mnaniiil ti*i) itnu^h- 
tem. Mr.ThomaM Vrrnrr i* a irua- 
tee of till- Linen MaDuftu-turre, and a 
juiticc ol tlie peace for Aruiagb and 



Tvfnnp. Hp wr»cd tbe oAer 
liieb vbrrilf of lbe fonnrr roanty 
IMN). 
JamcH, ft. In 1777, late a captain of 

IDtb l>rn|toon«. 
David. i>. In I7H0, m, Airoab Col«, 

«/. Iravini; a niunrnKia toae. 
iniiN, Iwinwitb I>a*id. H. unntarrie4. 
EuZARVril, M. In R'ibert \ldridr, rM|.. 
of New l^i^r, in Sua*ex, who 
rincc taken the oante of Bnaby. 
The eldest aon la Ibr pn-*enl Hrulrai 
crjloorl VKMEIi.of Chnrch Hill. M H. 

ArmM — Arg. on a fraa «a. l>ctwrev ll 
boan' beada cooped of lbe MTood or, fr 
or, a trefoil alipped of the last. 

Cr^Ml — A boar'a bead aa in tbf arma. 

i*/i)(/et— Pro Chrifto et patrift. 

Httmtri~\n the voontiea of Tyroor, 
majrh, Monarban, Meath, DnhUn* 

Wlcklovi-. 

.V««(~rburch Hill, Ve/ner'a BcUgr. 

Muy, Irrland. 





PHILIP- WARREN, esq. of Hoo Mavey, in the county of Deroo, a li«n- 
tenanl- colon el in the amy of India. 

Thift genttoman wa« for novcml vears acti\'«ty en^rageil 
in tlie «enrice of the EoFt India Conip»ny, and for a greiat 
portion of the time held a distin^islied cammand in the 
Indian anny. His military rnreer commenced in 1S02, 
kftd be wsa soon aftfinirards placed in the dirision com- 
manded by Sir Anbur Wellealey. In 1807 be bcU the 
rank of bn^ade- major, and vras under Colonel Eaut at the 
silage of Chyab, vhcn:' tic oijiained the thanks of hia com- 
manding^ officer, by ^Hllantly heading' a storming party. 
Subeequently, in 1315, the iMarqueu of llastiugn, then 
p)vt;nior-irunfni] of India, biivini; adoptwl tho project of 
Captain lit^r^c Srdi>Mh.iin, polilicnl agvnt at Berar, tu 
or^inize a corps of four thousand auxiliun' horne under the 
cammand a( UritiAh odiccre, Captain Pcdlcr was Bel^ctt^d as 
imcood to Captain Evan Davics for this iinporlant ARrvico, 
ha kd, tmdcr the command of thai oBicer, f>(K) of thofie reformed cnralry agninat 
i«7|Crots. who were derastatini{^ the territories of the Company and their allies. 
t>aTiM* and Pedter were both wuunded,* and tlic comptetv eticcess of the tint 
ir te which thr. reformed cavalry was enga^d, called forth the expr««iion of the 
'• apprubaiion, in a dispatch to the resident at Hydentbad : front 
iW Mlcwinc pat^utgc 19 e\Lract«d. " The porernor-^ncral in council hoit re- 
rnkk pviicular aatixfAclion the excellent conduct of the reformed horS4> on the 
Mian of th«>ir bt-ing 1m1 into action ; the |;:allant manner in which they advanced 
a Miperior force noutd hare hiftn creditable to any trouptt, and affords the 
ppttof "f ttn* reni and nltvnttun which ha,8 been exerted in perfectiiijJ: this 
Tht- '< whii-b f^iiptaiuH Darien and Pcdler. I.irutonant Rind, and the 

■AoT ! in leading the men into action, affordit^^ thein tlie most aui- 

VJOR- -'idercd dcAerrin^ the highest pnii»e." 

WW: ' 1: Captain Pedler reassuined the command of bis division, and 

with it to tho raltef of Na^^re, was enpi^cd at the siege of that place, and in 
•ctioD of th« 16di December, 1817, where he had a horse shot under him and was 
Mf *«w(wl«d In the foot, was thanked on the field by Bri|;ade- General Dovetnn, 
lionMl in tho report of thu ^noml tn the adjntanc-^neral. Captain 
a«bae<|uenUy placfd in command of his portion of the corps by the 
'-C*OtrsI, in tlie fullowiui; flattering terms communicated by Mr. Secretary 
■• ts (Iw Driliah residcul at Nu^ore. " The frovornor-^euHral hiu learned from 
pr i Tmi * leO«r» lliat you have invited Captain Pedler to raite and farm the Na^ore 



tW Mlawia^ lninMn» md gvnvToui act or one of tiM mrmv'* wiltlit-nt in thi* coitilict is <)«- 
■f tf t«K«rd. Cefnain I'«lUr. wM hnrf N^n wm-pMv wounrt*^ io tbu sword ■nn, *-na rctuniiuff, 
I Am t**!-*! Bd total nnil "i ' 1- h»n\a liei.'mo, rrbm h« ftintvd (rota Ioms uF 

m4 Ml inm hia korw. A 1 nif, nn*- ni tli** hnidit*' nwka, obM-rrini; u 

ttA. a^^M at aae* lo kw aMiaunx •-. »<nu[i< n-o Hf oi^^iittg wQiind by tmrinft off ttie rnti n( his 
Iw ^rf «^mK i* m a tamtnt*, nmcneil tlw nuSWrv to the ^taim of ■ angfabourifii.' tm>. nliTP. 
^W OiMi )m rr*!oriil Iifr iiinl .iiiiti>uTii.ii t'litiMiin Pedler. OB n>Oovnnn(f, fbuixl lutnu^ir mi|>- 
Vi ki* c***" follow hia fortutHM ; sad ol^erwnixlii An'lniy 

(B^kfnl sx hr - , Tii7n n rmnmiiiMan in tlut \a|f|iiirK AuillHuy 

r. urt M • ij«i»*rlef ml llidnbny, 

t~ I a ■Uilnurnt of liia diiinfrvMwl 

n.naiifj p«iiir fn*'". ^litiTi):<ilr, BPwnlnl tiiiu hii &*• 

Hm VM k«NblMB&(nn [odiWdoslt it [tomhuv. i>ii>l tlw 

!l*<t'rf rJiiLiiiaNMii- :- ,m liU pn*n1(> iiuraf, dilti YOO 

n. 11 of till) i-.h^mrirr iiftbi- llrtltalt 

'■ alWduftcrwud* »cki«)»IrJ|5«Hl. 
tm tiu* -^"''■"— r'"' mi at Ituuuuuiy. 




SB 



PEDLER, OF HOO MAVET. 



Hone, a selection wliirh bis lordship cannot but approve. His lordship purpoeps 
plice Cuptaio Pedler in coDimaud of that portJuii of his Hig-hiitoe thu Rujah's troop, 
and his lordship expecu the tiervice nill derive great advanta^ from Uiat offiecr't 
judgment ind familiarity with the prejudicee of this cla« of tnwpc aa well aa from 
tried j^llnntry in the field." 

Captnin Pedler next joined Brigade- General Adana'a division, was present at 
attack and defeat of the Persba, and at the si^o and capture of Cbandah, where 
va« again thanked for his vervicea. He was afterwarda invited hy the resident 
NajJTpore to reform and orfcauiife his Highneas the R»jah'« cavalrv, and was confirmod] 
in the command of the corps hy the governor-general of India. On his removal,! 
Major Daviea thus speakn of his services, in an order aaoouncing the fan of his pre 
motion, dated " Camp, Ahmcdnugger, 18th May. 1818. On this occasion the com- 
manding officer feels it duo to the merits of Captain Pedler to record the high sensal 
he entertains of his eminent public services since he joined the Reformed Horse, 6ii 
played as thoy have been on »i> many occasions of arduous contests, and disliugutAlted] 
by tim most xealous devotion to a cause which has required so much of that p«i 
intrepidity for which Captain PedJer has ever been couspicuous. 

*' Captain Pedler will be Imppy to learn that his loss is deeply felt by the command- 
ing ofhcer and the corpA, and that his admirable and zealous co-operation in effectit 
the purposes for which the Nizams cavalry were reformed, have left him incapable 
estimating by any common standard the valoe of such services ; and in taking Uai 
of I subject so interesting to his feelings, he cannot but congratulate the sarvioe OD 
dutinguisbed place which Captain Pedler has acquired through his own exertiona, 
he aasuTH Captain Pedler, that however thL'ir mutual interests may be Beparalrd, 
cannot avoid associating them with his own and that of the troops he has the bonor 
command." 

After noarly ten years* active employment in thia command Major Pedlar 
from the service, and his resignatJon is thus recorded : 

" Nagpore, 61I1 Dec. 1826. 
"Ordebs by the Bnrrtsii Re*ide.vt. 

" In announcing to the Nagporc Auxiliary Force Major Pedler*fl resignation of' 
command of tho horse in the service of bis Highne.4S the Rajah, the refltdcnt feels 
due to record in the most public manner the high sense which he entertains of 
otbcer's services throughout the period of more than ten years that has elapoed 
he was selected to fill that important station. 

" The duties devolving on Major Pedler at the outset of hts service were of 
arduous and delicate nature; to reform a body of men such as tho Rajah's corps 
horse then were, and to bring them into such a state of discipline and efticieDry 
might render them nsefi]!, or even safe, as auxiliaries, was a task of no comnoa 
ordinary di^GcQlty; that it has been accomplished with eminent success it mail 
attributable to the judgment, temp«>r. and address displayed by Major Pedler in 
axeciition of all arraogements formed under his superintendence. 

" The constant good feeling erinced, with that zeal and fidelity at all times 
fcsted by the corps, furnishes a strong proof of the merit of the system introduced u 
that body by Major Pedler, and the reAident has only to wish that the same quaUlM 
may continue, to perpotuale the memory of the ofltcer under whom they have bean 
long fostered. Major Pedler will no doubt consider this statement as his best 
of the result of his exertions in the Rajah's sorvicc, yet the resident must add 
MranncBt thanks and applause as a parting tribute due from himself and the gori 
which ha« so largely benefitted, and will still benefit, by thoeo exertiona. 

•* Signed, W. Jaa^rKR, 
" Military SecT«l 

Colonel Pedler having returned to Europe, purchased the manor and 
Hoo Mavey, in Devon, with laod« in Dorsetshire, of which latter county be is ii 
cmnraisaion of the peace. 



JOHNES, OF DOLECOTHV. 



1.m(agr. 



R«[>» II t~ 



A>*fl)«xr« n( iKut 



I lie line ile- 

'ii«r urPim- 

(•U-iiiairtiL'. One ot' Iht* 

familv wiililrit Mr. ICi,- 

' ' , Mritt 

■ti Lii*<>riliy, Ml. 

>rlby. tbp wile of 
' iRTMY, of \\\vnn 

iirUi\, IN. If Mr. 
.J. rujoy liirge c»- 



U <T, m. Philip Warren, 

my. ■»( 

Mia* Uapni-\, nlio wnlijed WcLLi^M 
PiniTK. rsfj ni O.nVbaiupluii, In tlie couiily 

1 '.'- ' lotlHTiil U'illiiim Ped- 

1 ill l.'t>ruMjJI, luid bud 

I. Joha Prdler. m. Maria, daughter of 
— t~ 1. aod bu 

J ,1. 

I- , ■ . J. .u. 



ti. Priup-Warren Prdlkr, now of 

fIoo-^'avey. 
I. Elizalwlli ppdler. 
ir. Litvfdny PcdUT.w. loRobvrl Major, 

e!<|. »ii<l i/. Ic'if iiig; i»stiu. 
lit. Mnr)' PrdkT. m. to K. Mnjor, esq. 

tnd d. leaving ibrre children. 

IV. Jane-S&ruh P«dlpr. 

V. Annr Pedler. m. lo Dr. Adam Su- 
thcrtaod, and lias imuc. 

A^ttu — Sa. three lozenges ar^^. on a chief 
embattled of the last an orienul crowu be- 
tween two lleura de lys az. 

fr*it — A Ueini lioo rutnpnnt sa. crowned 
nitl) au urieiilal i-rowa or. holditifc between 
)m furv paws a tounst^ arg. charged wiUt a 
flrur de lys as. and bearing in his looutli a 
red flag. 

Motto — Antino non astutiA. 

Eatatet — In the t-outiticB of OofMl Btid 
DeTon. 

Rtniiimee — Longfleel, near Poole, Dor- 
setshirv. 

Seat — HooMavey, Devon* 



JOHNES, OF DOI.ECOTHY. 

3 '"■"'■ lOHX, c*4. of Dolocolhy, in the county of Carmarlhon, bnrriater-at- 
b». .w. in lyi*. I'.lirabeih, ouly (iuuy-hter of the Rev. John Edwardes, of 

fjftMT m. Ciiamoipuialura, aod lias two dau};htL-r8, viz. 

Chnrlolle- Anna-Maria. 

EliEatK-Ib. 

Mr. J4A0M mccMtdfrd bti father in 1 8 1 6. lie is a ma^pstntft and deputj-Ueotenant 
ir C«nBR/th«ttahire. 



.^ 



000 



O 



\i 



frnmOy,* a Tery anciral oav. aod of 



1 li aat caitaio •rfcm liii* bmtly »i)iip(vH ih« 
'"Jutrrv, Ar Hr^t.^irTlirmiaMjuhnM »p*lt 

cb Krr u>» i Ml iv ' ^cwvuml "JohiiM" 



long slandtnK in tlie coantieF of CartnnrlheD 
N|tdl'iin]igiin.di.'rives its lineaije from I'rten 
R«{*ed. a Camhrr>-Brilon, fifth io UeM-eoC 
from Coel Godchog, king of Hritain. 

llfiit'.N Rr:ueD was one of Kinx Arthur's 
Kiiigbte of tbi* Round Table, nnd wax a 
(trince uf the dislrici of Gwyr or Gowrr, in 
GUrnorgnntibire, and Ifikerinen,C.irnawllon, 
and Kidu'rly, InCarmarthendhir^. Tradition 
oKribcH to tiim thebuildiofr of CarrrKkeDUoa 
Castle iti Llnndilofuwr. He m. L>jfl'oy.daa. 
ufOwrlnis, Duke of Comwidl, nod was direct 
aoi-pslor of 

Hr.w.K »pG(ionow ap Et\o»j, whom. Mnr- 
garet, or Man-, dan. and eo-heir of Griffith 
ap Cydrych. Lord of Gwinfe. by a dnu. iind 
<M><heir of Howell. Lord of naerllion, and 
bad a son. 

Ei,Yt>YB »P Rrrs, *»bo m. Cwladys. dna. 
of Phillip np Rnch ap (iwaJlhvoed, Lord of 
KD^nirfiich, in Cilnmoritatishirv. hat aceord- 
ing to othrri, of Cadwgan «p JorwcrUi ap 
Llywarch ap Uran, and had a bos, 



60 



JOHNES. OF DOLECOTHY. 



HtnELTOVRDniuorLeoKkRhDnr, knight 

of ft>t< Sppalrrhrr, who m. Ccril, tlaui;htrr of 
Sitaytll A|i Ucwcllyn «p MorciflJiK \VRrwin 
Lofd of [Ittutrcjicl) ir, luil hivJ with other 

Pmiimp 4pRtpvr. nhoM.OwUilyn, dao. 
of I>Htiil Vra.4 K|i Kiiion CtocU ii|j 4iriffith ap 
Euion Vyrhtn, and liad. imirr mlwt, 

NlciinL«.s *P PiinxiP. who m. Jomtnrit, 
dauglittr of Uriffith np Uewctlj-n, «n(l wnh 
fnlbrr of 

(imffiTH AP NiciinLAs, of Newton, in Cur- 
niiirtticn»hire, who m. first. Mnblv.dnut^hlpr 
of Meredith l>oim. of KiiiMrlly; Brcumlly. 
Mnrvnrrt, daii^bler uf Sir John Ffrrot v( 
PttmiTOkt'Bbir^ i and thirdly, Jane, daugh' 
ter Atid cft-hfir nf Jnikia a^ Rre*. Griffith 
WM ftluD Rt WAkrfirid. on the siU« of York. 
If ■vjnic » numeroiu iuue by his three wiriw. 
The ridc*l Kun. 

Tiii)U4N *r fTRiFFiTH, of NfwtoH. M. firni, 
ElixAbi-th, dftughtrr und bcirru of Sir John 
Uriffith. of Abt-rtnarlei. in Cannsrth'-tishire. 
iiud Kcoiidl). Kli^itlK-ih. iliiui;tili'r<;r FrttiK*ia 
nr JamrK, *i^-i}iii] (•■m nl Philiji l>uk.c tif Unr- 
IPiiidy. Hr KKS killed in n dtirl, and biiri«-i| 
at U«rdai>y lalaixl. Iravint; iMur, 

I. Mor);an mp Thomas, fought oa the side 

of York, rf, I. p. 
M. Oavtd npThumna.caitrd ftaviiiCr/- 
yjy/ f Vr/a (or ihorl'tail horMr) fouglil 
on tfai! sidr of L/tncttlrt : he loft Do 
IrKiiimalf i»afi. 

III. irtikin ap Thomas. 

IV. Uavid Qu Thomas, thf irotin|[rr. 

V. Rhyvnip Thomas (Hir>, lvt)iglil oftfao 
OarliT. Ion! and iinipricinr of larjpp 
cslntrs in tlic (-(iiinlir-s of Prnihn>kr, 
Camurthi-ti, (tlnmurcan, and (!afdt- 
g»u. Ilv vtuB nnvriloT uf Lord U\\- 
l.vnR. 

VI. JitiiN 4r TtinMAs. of whom wo bare 
.^ to IrraL 

ne »ixih son (biiu» df ibn Moockd mar- 

JuHN ApTHOH.tiiof Atirriitartrs. m. Elixa- 
brtli,daa)(hb'r i>fThriniu«\ nn);han of Hrrd- 
wanlinc, by Kliiior. bi» wifu, datightcr of 
Rolwrl Ltird U'hitocy, and had a «ua and 
sucrrAaiir, 

SirThomai Joti\r.<, knitchtof Abrrrnnrles 
and IlsrohUlou. in IVmbrokrshtrc, phrriff 
of Canuartiiritahirr in ).VII, nnd of (-tiinli- 
puahiiT in IM-I, was tint knicKt for ihr 
c«anty nf Frmhriikr. H«- m. Mary dauith- 
Irr «ud heir nf Jamcn lirrkelry. sf^otid ton 
of Maurlctt l>ird BcrkfU-y. and widow of 
Tliomas Prrrol of ilnruldtuinr. nod by her, 
who wrddvd thirdly £>ir KuIhtI Wbilnvy, 
had iiuur, 

I. HrvRV (Sir), of Abertnarle*. from 
whom vpraUfC the fantily of JiiMTii..s 
uf that pliitc, uuw exUucI tu the uialr 
llai'. 



II. Rit-hard,of Cwnifprilly. in 
tbetwhire, issue EXTikiT id the 
titip. 

til. J*Mr», of wlwai pmmtly. 

IV. Samuel. 

I. Catbcriiie. m. lo Jnlui Vanfhan, Mil. 
of Prmbrry. 

II. EliMnur, m. to Crifllth Rice, e«q. 
Newton. 

lit. Marr.m.toRudderchOwjrnse,! 
of fflAflbrsDv. 
The Uktrd Min, 

J»yi« Jtt|i!^ri, esq. of Llanhadara-bwrJ 
Cirdi^unftltirr, n ok lii);b sh<>ri(To( that cwmlyj 
in l.'>Mfl. He m. Atme, daunhfr of 
TboiunB. esq. of Crj nffac.in tiirdiyii 
and IV.Iicoihy in Carmarthpopihirw, 
widow of Jnnirs Lrwis nf Llmibadam-fawr-l 
By tl.il' Indy Iir Iftt. with a dauiJibtrr. Mary] 
m'.to llavid Lloyd, of libuwwia is Car^ar-J 
ihfiiflbirf , a Ron, 

Thomaji Joiinks. esq. of Llauhadani-/awr, 
and l>olecothr, »hf riff of CsnIiKnnfthtrr ta 
1618. who M. MHry.daui;ht«-rorJnmr«Lewi«»J 
e«q. of Abi-nin!>(liyi-h>ui, and by hrr, wk»| 
noddn), sri-ondly,' Holland PoKh, eKj. 
Mnllintarn, b-fl a dautcbtcr Winifred, 
wifr of l>aiid Llo\d, «-m|. and a wo. 

JahKi JoHSkK, rM}. of llulrrolhy. 
of ('armnrtbruftbirf in UW7. and of CardH 
)£i<ii»birr in tttfO. who •». tiiKi, a d.tuKhl*r af^ 
Hunlnnd Pii^b, riir|, of Mattiavsm ; 
ttfi-MiuUy Mary, dBUf^hlcr of Sir John Prji 
of Ungerthnii : br bad baue, 

I. TimuA)!. hb beir. 

II. Jubn.of Aberniettd, m. Anitft. dBB.< 
H<>\>rll l.:vrvnnr. esq. ofOUnbraM-.i 

III. Rii-hard, a. t. p. 

IV. Jamm of Llandr^. cf. la ITQO. 

I. Anne, m. to Kdnard Joiies, nq. 
Lis u ilia. 

II. , m. to John Uoyil* *»%. 

Llanllawddog. 

Ill- Brid^Tl. m. (o Tknaiaa Lloy^d, 
o( Unmwydd. 
Tb^ ridrat son, 

TtloHAfl JftH>K<i, esq. of IMrCOdkV. I 
sbrHlf of Cnrdiipiiiidijrc "» lOJII- ll» 
Eliuibrth. ditii^blT and h»-ir af Tfc 
Lluyd. of Llnnvairulydogr. atid bad 

I. TllttHAft. his hrir. 

II. Jahka. of Ilnlei-othy, wboae aOk, 

TiioHAH. of Oolecothy ami 
bonLevrntually tnberiled tWl 
prffciilntHHi nod rslat*^ of 
rider branch of ih'' family. 

III. Ilenrv. of tlmnanl (!ayo. ». p. 
I. Winifn-d, m. to Kobcrt Uitt, r*«|. 

Llnndyg^n'V. 
It. Eliza'bvlh. m. lo Rickani J«ac» 
A he rm fad. 
Tlie eMi»t k'h, 

Tmiima4 Jiiii\i (, PM|. of LlaD«airr)trilocv»' 
»brriff of f^ardi^aoshirv la ITUX n.-ksBr. 
daughter of David Uayi of CryMtrji, aarf 



JOHNES, OF DOLF.COTHY. 



6t 



-iMf fwttik Iwo dnghtrri, Gnicc. Uir wifp of 

111(1 vccund- 
< IkinJ.) a HOQ 

TvnBLK J(M*%m«,iH*q. of IJA&rn{rr1)<logff, 

. dtu, 

iTOmlly Blanch, dnn^titrr of 
Vml, «•«({. til' LntiwiTit — liul dviDg 19- 
■ in 1733, hr di-vi^i'i'il liU MtlAlM (t*ill 
Ktb M^t it:ij, lo hiscoumn, 
OM«- 'tq. of i>oIrcoUiy and 

l^"i* ' rr Anur, dautt^iter luid 

t*<iwtll of CwBimele, 

• .:t-An<l ('nifl 
I P. forRjul- 

'•■r urid 
, 1 Croft- 

l»r ■■•11. fsq, of Sliin- 

n!^ 111. ji. iiT^JatHl hnil 

1 HntfMlvrlttrjil, in (!Ar- 

ui^.iiiriiito. MP. for C/inliEiin 

is 1774 (the rlrctJoti of nbtcb 

'-—■■•■ !■■ '- -(.'d wild Sir 

' IR-niioll WHS 

_ iiitiiiilHT). fi>r 
lt»drnir*liiri- iit l7Hi>, 17*1. and 
ITSft, nnd iit I7url. IWfJ, ImM, 
ISttT.-inO 1*412 rorCArdiuiinsliire, 
BfwliH'li cniiny 1k' w»> lord- lie u- 
ipsanL IIk wa« lik<-»i5P nuditor 
of (h- Und r-rcnup in Walrj. 
Wi i tir^t. M«ri;i Hiirvih. 

e>f ^' iiir^.atid ftectmilly, 

lu« < . i>f John 

JoliT]. ■ . but<j. 

wHliootBurM'ini; [••'I' ■ ;*d April 
t%10tHvd 07, tii* uiily (httijfliu-r 
Mvria Aiibc hariit^ [irpdrc«-aM'd 
kim uuni. 1*iirt (if tlir- niniiKinti 
of IIiI.hK, litrvd having bffii 
ac>- >irnl, l:iih M^rt'ti, 

Iht-: iK'i r^^buiti It ill ita 

for' iir, Slid thr iimg- 

irr is now lUv pto- 



1% ij\ 

A. ii 



SambH. In Imljr ord^m. formrrlv 
l*Uo«T ef All Soul*. O&ford. atid 



now rrctor of WiJivjti. Ilerw. 
This K^nll(.>u]Hii lins tukeo tixts 
surnami- of KMOiir. He has 
n\ dnu^hti^r, Lutii»u, m. lo Julm 
SIicUpv. i-sq. ridcst eon of Sir 
John (^hellRy. bnrl. 

Elizabifth.TM. to JoUn HanhuryWJl- 
linuu, esq. 

Anoe. 
11. John, of whom prrccnUy- 

I. Elizahrlh, m. to John L«*wis. ef*\, 

II. Mary-Atin(>,m. to John llugliKB,eM|. 
of Tyiiiawr, it. *. p. 

III. Graco. d. uiim. 

IV. Cnthrrin<-, m. lo George Li^wis, e»q. 
of Barnsfi*.-ld. 

Thoi ttficttnii fitin, 

JoHV JotiSFJi, r<ii(|. ivaH of DolecoUiy. Hi* 
»i. Jane, dau|;ht«r of Ilii:(or Htet, esq. of 
Court Pembrey. in Cnnniirlheiulure, iju* 
V»l. iii. p. 226)* and bnd ti^^iii^, 
I. Juiix, his bpjr. 

I. Jasr, in. to ber constn, Thomas J oh ties 
esq. of Ilafodycbtryd. 

II. Mun-Aiinc.fH. first. lo the Rer. John 
Lbiyd, of Bruiiunl, and. eevoodly, lo 
John Phillips, vsq. of LUodrlo. 

Ml. EHzAbflh. 

IV. rharlolli', d. anmarripd. 
Mr. Johni'Brf. in I7bl,and vtas iuccecdfd by 
hi« sou. 

John JoriNCS. caq. of Dolcrothy. who m. 
Eliznhrth.)lnu|{)i(<-r and hrir ufjiilni Buwcn, 
i-sq. iif M.ii.-Bll(inwrtbnl, and biul idfiuc, 

I. JoilK, )iti> heir. 

I. £lt£Al>etb, m. to Willuun BoOTille, 
c»q. of CamiarUico. 

II. Jiintt. 

III. MHry-ilnni«, m. to Walter Lloyd, 
enq. of London. 

IV. Chiirlott*-. d. untnairicd. 

Mr. JotiucD d. Vith t$bpu-inltiT, Itflft, and 
wan Bucri^pdfd by bi» »ijn, iUv iirrsenl 
J'.«MN JoliS£»,*e8q, of Dolifolhy. 

Armt. — Arjf. a chev. h. between tlirec 
nvena ppr. within a bordure invected gu. 
be«an(ec. 

i'rrtt — Two baltltf-ftxes, «iilllerwis« sa. 

.tfotlu — Dflua paM-it coFTOa. 

l-'ttatrt — In the county of Carmarthen. 

Sctti — Dolccolby. tn Cunarthenslure. 



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SMfTH, OF JORDAN HILL. 

SMrTH, JAMES, wi. of Jordxo Hill, in the couatj of Renfrew, F.R.S. h. M 
AaguU, I78'2. m. 26Ui Aufpust. 1809. Mmrj, daoittiur 
Alexander WiUoo. e«j. md of Dr. Akxantlcr W'iuion, 
faMor of uLroDomy in the univeraitj of Olaspiw, mnd 

AnrntliAl.D. i. liNh AntniAt. 1HI3, of T. ' 
('Aitibrirlji;^. H» took. Iiin bucbrlor'* ii 
wnin|;ler in Jnnunry, lbU6. 

AlexRDder. dird voang. 

CliriMiim-LMurii. 

ImIh-IIa, m. Henry Gor« Booth, dm. •rcond MM 

Kir nohrrt Cton BooUi, but. of UmmUII, ta 

county of SItgo. 
Mnr)' - J o«iuia-U athrie. 
Maqr. 
Looisa, 

Sahinn-Doiigla«-ClBVering. 
Jane-Cnmrlotlr. 

Mr. Smilh tuceoeded his father 6ib May, 1B21, ww capt&tn In ihc R«iifr»i 
MUitin, «od » « magutTKte in th4 countiei of Kenfrvw, Lknu-k, Stirling, and 
barton . 



,B 



Uintajt. 



Robert Smith acqnlrf*! (he Inadi of 
CraiKTiid, in llie counlv o( Stirlitti;. in I0OD, 
and fruai him in linrMlly di-M^i-mlcd i«tiM 
Smith, r»*\. now uf Cratf^tiid, n drputj- 
lleutriiaitt ntirl nmf£ifitralr- for Ilial roiiiity- 

AKtinB«it>SuirM,youii(;f9t foii of Jxmes 
Smith, of ('rajf(i>tid, |;rftndtfoii ol tht* iibuve- 
ncnlioni-d Kobt-rt, h. Hlib July. ITIt^ |<nr- 
cbuM-d llic i-stAte of Jordan flill in IMUM. 
llftM. Intbrlln.diiDghtprof WiUiamOorlni;, 
cMj. by wlmm hi* hiw) 

I. Jahi'*), Ilia heir. 

II. WiHiftm. of Ctrbcth Guthrie, in the 
county of Stirliitf;. to which he tue- 
orrdrd on Ihc «l?cr»»»' of hit <.*ou>tn- 
ffvrmaii, Juhu Gulbrit', pei|. of Car- 
hrlb, in IKU. Hr m. in iHlIt, Jane, 
daufclitrr of Alrxandrr ('uiiiuKliantf, 
rMj. ik>ti of Sir 'WillUiu CuiiiufihuHu-. 
bart. of KoWriUud, anti hna tuu«, 

1. Archibald. M.A. of Kxrter Col. 
Ug^. Oxford, an adiucale at the 
SruMiMi bar. 
3. ('iituii:;bKnir. 
|1« M. *ri:onilly. iu lil2D, Sarah, dau. 
of Hrrry Wallie. riq. of Mar\«> 
borooKh. in ibu county of Cork, and 
baa inur. 
3. Ilriir>-Walll«. 



4. Jobn-Gnlkric. 
«. William. 

1. Jnnr>Ciiningkainv. 

2. Hrlru-C'dttiiTiiie. 

tie i* a innitistr.i . ' i osi 
Lanark and l> a 

riectfd lord t'C'i^"'* '->' t!i« 
C>|ii»([ow in IH'i'J, and nicaia h> 
III. ArcliilHild. ^hn m. Eliza, dai 
of Tliouum M'L'nII, irM|. of Ci 
in the ca>uiity of (.anark , hy ' 
baa 

1. Martha-Dt.-orocbr. 

3. iKibvlla. 

I. UubrlU. at. John M'Call. 
Ibros Mill, in the countjr of \ 

II. Jran, H. )oung. 
Mr. Smiih d. m, Ma). Ifni. aad waal 
hill t-ldi-*<l t>i)ii,lbe> urraautJiMU Shiti 
of Jordan HUl. 

Anmt — Oxt. n cbrvmn em. br( 
rrrwrnt* tn i-ltn-f nnd a ((arb in baae 
A bordurr cngrkiUd or. 

fV-Mt — An caclc'a bead mntmd, 
with a ducal orvnct |ipr. 

Wo<ri»— Mai-lc. 

fUiatrf— In Ri>nfrpwtbirc, lie. 

.Srai— 4ardM Hill. 



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lOXG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. 

WALTER, esq. of Rowde Ashton, Wraxail, nnd Whaddon, all in the county 
of Wiltfi, boni 10th Ot-luber, 1793. miirried 3rd Aiijrust, 
18U*. MAn-Annp, seciind datigrhter of llic Hi^h\ Honorable 
Arrliiljsld C'olquhoun. of Killennont, in the county of Duui- 
butoii, Lord R«^'iste^ of Scotland, and has iuue, 

I. Waiter, b. '2?th Sp^.tt-mber. I»33. 

I(. nichard-Pi-iirtidilrtLk. h. loiti DiTcmbcr, 1825. 

■ It. Jleury-W Uluiui. i. I2lh June, IU39. 

I. Miry-Annf-Cathcrioe. 
It. KlorH-MenrietU. 
lit. J*ne-A|fae«. 

Tliii> g«iillcni»n «uc«fodod 10 the ctttalPl* on the decease of 
hilt father in 11^35. H« is a mi^iptrnte and dcputy-Ucu- 
tenant, and M.P. for tha oortbem divtiuoD of the county of 

Will3. 



4- 4» 



lintagt. 



iy of tW tjontfl of Wiltshire 
al a vrry f'arly daitr at Simth 
'., anil ^nbari^uptilly at DrayRntn, in 
tj . by oinrriiit^, in tliP tiinr of 
I.. i»iih !li# h('ir*s« of t>rne. (S*e 
lOS, ind Tol. iii, |).2I1.) A branch 
c W1U nncirnlly »ealed at Polterne 
CbrrerelLin the same county and 
ind tbe trftiliti(tii9,a4 haiulrd eloign 
I ^ntrnillrtnii in thin parlirulnr 
d rccordrd on their moiiiimrnlnl 
,* M well «■ Uitt tnnltixl iitrnlion 
pr-r«a»ia of the Mine nnnie in MilUf 
«• dacruDHiti at very renote )ie- 
lliffer«nlcoatelIll■••r.-l^^, nifmbcrHof 
|i||j t>r W'raxall -'Mtlfd at 

atfofd prr^ui' i < t'ltce tbul 

of Inift tiranrb tlrrirrd his i\v- 
oar of the <-»rly »oiife fif ihi* hunte 
ftll, nhotil tlif time of IUabv VIII. 

i» L"!""!, if Poltcme. in the county 
m tint. Itnbri, duupht'T of John 
f Wi.tl/in, in thr |inri»t) of Pot- 
i*«t< i! )>;« Mill I.Vrr, mid H. I670. 
-u:j(i <rtifr, Maud, uid by bis firal 
u«cra*, 

of Pottrme, wh« datid h[« 
1^1. ami died the Mine yenr. 
it»f, by bid wifr Anne, Atc iod> 
[tMO itaiigbtcr*. 

i^-tMn tn tb« cbuirb al Stofpb Ash- 

ntmiv of M'ltti. ramnirawntM Ili- 

[«f Kow-d A*btoD. tfaa pMtdMin of 

. nf Linl* CbrvvntD. cmj. m buing 

. faaily of lb* Lon^, t^ WraxiII, 

Ung. of Wnuill. tnt. in bis 

■ukn ft b«iiitMl to Jovn Rurlvy, 

DC Of fvtlmnu; ■■ I j«T. iko biv 

ttnrUf. 



The rider son, 

JniiK LoN<i, of Marston, in the parish of 
Pottrme, f«i. Anne, daughter of John Mrrc- 
wpilier, of Great Cheverell, in tlie county 
of Wilta. He made bia mil and d. in \^il7, 
leaving; bv his wife. Anne, who was buried 
iit Little OheTcrelt, IQriO, six aoui and three 
daiightem, viz. 

I. (IbriKtnpher, who m. and left is»oe. 

II. TiiouAK, iinceiiior of tlie Longs of 
Ronde Ashton. 

III. Hit-hard, of Worton. in tlie pHtiah 
of Pottrme. who d. 1062, leaviug by 
hia wife, Sarah, a »on, William, ibe 
ancestor of a branch uf tlie family 
settled at Polternc till Ibe year I7&3. 
wl>eti it became extinct by the death 
of the Inm male desceiidnnt, Richard 
Long, esi|. of Potteme, grandsan of 
the above William, without male issue. 
See monumental inscription and anna 
in the church at Potteme. 

IV. E<lwBrd,orC]averIou, in tlie parish 
of Lea, ill the county of Wills. He 
dit>d in Hfl-i, haviiif^ left by his wife 
Frances Mituiidrell, livo dauj^hlers, 
Aiitie and MurtbA. bnUi baptized at 
West Laviiigtou, 1611 and 11513. 

V. John. 

VI. Willinm. 

I. Kliiuil)elh, whn m. John Ixing, of 
Bulkiiifjton, in the couiiiy of Wilt«, 

II. Mary, whom. — Noyse, of Fulway, 

Wilta. 

IIJ. J'lan, who m. — Ilohhs. 
Tbe second ton, 

Thomas Lung, esq. of Little fJhrYerell 
and Melkshnm, in Ihe c<mnlv of Wilts, «uc- 
cceJed by Ihe will of his frtlfier to bin eatnie 
ill Mitr^tuo iiiid (list called Wallens, lM>th in 
the parish of Potterne. He was baptized at 
Potteme in 1579, and ferved tlic office of 



64 



LONG, OK ROWDE ASHTON. 



Iijk'fi iLliirifr for Wjlb (n lAdCl. Hi« will vm 
iJitiril lU&l, nixl he- wan burird nt Liillr Che- 
trrri), Stli Mny uf llie Mmt yfiir. lie \)fm- 
M-ii»rtl try Jnhrriunce n eoniidenible rnuti* 
ai Mflkshniu, And purchii«<sl an r^ratc it 
Collinf;bunir KiDi(«ton of Uic Eirl of Hrrt- 
ford. Hp tnnrrird n dmiKlirrr of — Flojrr. 
of the iiK-irnl fxmily n( llial n«in*> in Dii'vun- 
*)iirp, And lot! iMuie, 

I. JniiK, who ». by the iriU of his father 
to bU esutcft at Mrlkftham mid Little 
Chcvvrrll, and [lurchatfctl tbv Cdliilo 
uf Unjriitun. ia tht- |)t>r)!il) i>r EilitiK- 
loii, ill lh»' ixmnly uf 'W ilt», tif tbe 
fliiiiily of Dnnvrrn. Hf i*ervf^ lh«* 
office 'nf bjtcb iihrriir fur \V ilt-t iit 1Ht(H. 
it, tvilliuul i«su(-, and MUM burird hi 
Lildi- Chtfverfll, 37ih July. \tJ7il. 
hntiD); by hii will brquritltit-d bi>> 
r«btm to the aoos of his decPMcd 
bruthera. 

II. RicH*m»,iuior«torofW*LTtiiL<i\<;. 
CM)> or KoMDK Ahhtdk, of whom 

III. THOMAMnceainrof WjiltrrLonu, 

K<K). or pRUIlAn. IN THE COVKTY 

H4ST». (Scvp.n.) 

IV. WtLUAH. anofflhirof ibrLoKUB OF 
UkY\ri>s. nun extinct. (Sr« Long of 
Monk.t<^in Farlei|th, \i. 70.) 

Thff fccoitd »on, 

Rlcii4Kn 1j|>n<). r»q. rif Culliri^haiinir 
Kiti^loii. Hilts, #. tii llir p»latr :it (Villin^- 
1»oiirnr by the will of bit father. Hr m. 
IHh April, 1667, Eliuib«lh. danitbtor of Ed- 



* Tbi« HmiY Vmia, of Mflkalvtm, nq. wbn 
, iolHtritMl Uiv Mt*t» It M«lkmh«a by lb* will of liii 
latJwt'ft elilrat bratbrr. Juho Laa|(, «>«^. of Littiv 
Chif«-f>n>ll, WB* baplittfil al Steeple Ashtnii, Vt>lb 
Maf, Ib.'^d. )l» nt. ADD«,dKil|{ttier nf Juhii l^nic, 
anil udar nf llii|>« I'^'ig, owf. of SuuUi Wnxalt. 
lliB w«t>tK of L'«UiDf boura* wa« Mttlnl liy tnilm- 
tur* on lb* iuaa of llMrt nanlaft*. H» li .>ut 
Marrh. lAM, nd waa borifd at Sautli Wmall. 
Annv, hii widow. J. f tb Olob«r, t7(i\ a^«d (vrtjr- 
tif{lil, Uld waa bufiail al the wnn» plan. Tbr^ 

Mdiaw. 

I. HsuiY. oolir too and brir. 
It. Anna. bapttUHl at South Wntsall, tMi 
Ortob«r, ICB>, m, (h«> Kpv. Mr. <.lBTi(r. 
of Wbaddon. m tba couoty of ^ ilta. 
Hsont I.(iit<., *>*if. of .\! nlfcaAaio, onl^ aaii and 
batr, ■ |wv«()nttn(Mi« chiM, ww baptisw*! ai >*'>uih 
Wra... ■ ■■ '^f.?. II. «. !■'■■ . I 

(«T lit -'1. 1—\. 'if I I 

Iba imtmit "T Soiin bnulUy, In il' 
WOlli Ha d. Oetnbn, IT^.m^rd i 
bvrwd K North Bradlfv. Hhm 4 
■ •lity-firw, aad waa buritd at tba aaine piac*. 
Vh»y Irtt uaue, 

t. Wilbaat Loog. Mq. of Mvlkaham. cldaat 
MO iftd b«jr, who d. wilbaul iaaoo. lihb 
JaBK, ITTi. ud waa bwiad M Kanh 
lltadlay. 
n. Jobo. d. Slal OHabar, ITlff, ag*d nina 
■MthB, bartod 1 Honh Bradlar- 



ward Long, and natfr and heir of 1 
Ijon^. faq. of Kowde Aiiblon, Wdd 
d. una, mid waa buriMl at Stc^pl* A 
IvAviii^ insuf, 

I. Hkmiy. his brir,* 

It, RictiAHD. of whotr lint wvk 
Ircul. S 

I. Dorvlby, who ■■. Ridurd^P 
Ch)|>t»>nham, M- D., I7lji ?N 
\tiHCi. und bad i«8ue. 

II. OioiiYiin. baptixicd XIrd Jai 
I Wl . m. EdwHrd Tbrt->her, of 
ford, and bnd iNoe. 

Tbr Mrcoiid ton of Richard Loagof Ob 
bourtip, 

Iticit.tRD LoNii, uf Ronril«f AaHlKHi 

bitplizi'd 7tJi Ajml, icm, m. Cnt. EKn 

•lnu(;lilrr of Tlioiniia Otttf. of JHoi 

iiftrrwnrdsof Rnwdcn»\^ iln, aud hid 

t. RictuhD. 

II. Tbomaa. who dinl ttDmmi 
1711. 

Ffp rit. secondly, Oracr. daQ(;hlrr of 
Nlilcninu, of Sterule Ashlon, and r«>| 
Juhii MnrlVM, of ilinloti. in lb<r aiiiM p 
wbii d. niibuul isftur A)iril. 1740,. aa 
buritHt al Strrple AhIiIod. Mr, 1^1 
nuary Ifitb. 1729-30, and waa t. 
surviviiiK son, 

KiciMKO Lr>vn. CM|. of Koi 
who fa. Aiiur, wtle dnii|(hlrr Uk4 
John Mnttyu and Urarr Stil 
iiinitiiiDird, by wbuni, who d, 
bad ifcsii^, 

I. RicHABD, hishvtr. 

III. llMvy lAitf:, d. .'VHb A^aal, im 
twrnty-a4K, witbout laaaa, tad ' 
at NoWb llradlny. 

I. E.U«q»M. Jnhn Tfafaabar. «■). i 
in tba eovatr of H itu, 
and UiooTaia. bafiar* »<«()■ 
Hau* hy htm. who if. 1741. 

Fillip, dattyblar and orv.4wtr, m. Sm 

rhiar W rM. b«n, of I'aaatMk, 

omnt^ af I)man, aad tiad 

I. Tba bla 6u 

bartt 
t. Tlw IU«. WiUm 
«. to tba MalhafaMa i 
•laa Uag, aarq. «f ] 
ivU. 

1. floTMittaa. who 
t>inliil|thin l^nr. M 
AahtoB. and d. in li 

t. ritMlK-th. afcfi «. 
brooka. braibar of 
C<dbr«o^, aad, 
CroMbU. and 4- lfl«r. « 
itaaa. Bfad w ^biy aarwfc. 

5. Dioayaia, d. BMMrrM. 
•f*d aavaity. ^a 

4. Mary, 4. mnaamcd, ^^| 
Mr*. Tlnaah^r rf. ii* t7.VI. acwt^l 
aad waa barHd at Uradfocd. 




rown, OF ROWDE ASHTON. 



^^^ Oxford, rwJ. . M. in 

Knt lie rf. uuauuTic.il UiauLcr )7th, 
I7V7. k^-rU ^. 

L Amm. trcoiKl wife orGiffonl Wnrri- 
DTT, tiaq. trf CuuMcL. in tlit? county 
or Wiltf. 8)iti </. wiUiuai Usuc, 

.11 " Ml, m. in l"d4, Ricliiinl Po- 

. a.. \. U., rrclur iiT Mililcn- 

'!»■ ' 1 T" r i .'-iin 'jf Dr. 

Ed" ■-. i* iimlrM. She 

•' '• '-■ i-icu ...... d^fd m;I. 

M. UuDict Joocii, c»q. of 

.- - :. Shp «/. 17ili May. 1791. 

Mfrii a^. l(^o«ms tiy Kim, i«hc> it. in 
177'i. neod 4H. Dkiiiol Joiii^ Lnn(;, 
«a)|. «>li<i, hy (licr will oftbr Uti- \S nl- 
kT 1^11^. *^Q. ol Btilh. look tWuame 
•Md ftrmt of Lrtitt; «if Mutiklou. nnd 
d. «Uhnuf iMur, \tfit. 

of RoKdc A«litt>n. >/. Mny tith. 
I QM, wtd Mu J. by bia sod nnd 

^IttPiJKP Lcnia, Mq. of Rowde Aslitoti. 
k Mfdiaca. ilaoirblrr of — Lkinbc, iiul 
\mi JoMrph PouldcD, mi. of Iniber, 

1. lbciik»tKno»uLniiK, eldest soo nnd 
brir. 

M. Jou». (Sec LuNU, of MOKKTOK 

r«ftLij«ii.) 

(. Cltatirtlt. i. 36th JaimAry. nnd bap- 
■ .. u. .,,)„ |7(M. Bt Brmton. 
-^tb IVccBilKT. i7«f. 

,IU_ -i 

I. I>ioayafai,*.»lltnrli>Uer, 1706. m. 
9lM Maixh, 17W2, John Badniin 
Vincr. arooad M>ri of Horiry (^blvtrs 
"•lixv. «-«q. nf riifl Hftll, Wilu. She 

I«f>i; I r 3nl. 1 787, a^d Ql>. 

' uitrUdi V^ liAd(lon,WUls,andKKs 

KfTinxT '■ T . >.|.of llrtwdc' 

Lftiitigton, 

I . I <•>■ . IT maoy yciirs 

> llr «. Flort'ti tints, 

■ ' ■-f Wroy, hurt, by 

.ind by hrr (who 

- ..L SlC(!(ltft A^litoii) 



U 



l> 



• lUolCollrgcUx- 

in 1412. Jobn Wnlms- 
>4«tt iriiJ of UbiU. 



-■ <! flpvpnty-fonr, 

f " ItAVP 

. Uk* ^luptriy xl liunilL A»li(oiir«nd 



alsnlbecsUtesorSoiith Wratall.Whnddon, 

,nnit »t>i'i'r»| olltrni, in WilM, n.^ m-ll k.i ibe 
mlnlcA in SonirrActsbiiv And <■ toucc^tvrf hire, 
.tccordio); to lUt JiinttntionB, Sic. in tlic will 
(if tlte laU' Walter L»ii);, i'tH{. uf Halii, who 
d.in 1H07. 8rt- fbr Himt-xcd pvdigri'vuf llic 
Long* of SeniiuKli^n, TrwwbndgL', &c. 

/trwu— ^Sahl*', femfe of croas-croMlefai 
An<l u lion rAni|iniit arg. 

/' /-p^r — Out of a daciil coronet or, a dvmi- 
lion rnmpaiit itrK'-uL 

.1/offo — Fii'iui qwiiiquc iin'iix. 

7'kwn /fe>irff«icr--'iu, Hill-slri-ct, Brrkr- 
Icy-wiimrr. 

'.Wri/— Rowde AAhtou, nem- Trawbrid(^, 
N\ II t9. 

Hdttg. of ^ralngton, iTrokibntgr. CBI).i1ilion. 
jCtonklan. Kliutofir as^loii. kr. in Iftr 
Cdunl)) of SUlllS 

Thai this family wu of kii, nnd of no Ter7 
dUtnntkin. totbvrnrly )>08«essor8of Wr&x- 
)ill. wv t-ntcruia <<-ry little doubt. 

Thom»% LoKr.r, of Srmington. in Iho 
pitri-ih of Slet^i)l*> Aftlitoii, (linrls. by hi< 
will provrd in l.VIM. to be burii-d in ibe cha- 
pel of St tiforpt. at Seioiuglon, wbicb cha- 
(ifl yf St. UtorKc wf find nolict-d in the will 
of Henry Luu|;<>, of Wraxull. who rf. in 
I4U0, (tM.'v )i. 'il'i. vol, :i.) He meiilious hifl 
brother, William Luui^e, iis bfinf; llien liv- 
ing, and Irfl by Jolimi, his nift^, ihi* follow- 
iit^ iuur, 

liENRV, anceator of tht Whaddon line. 
William, of FnMihford, in. firil, AHcip, 
and Hicondly, Isflbel, tufter of John 
Byssv, of Pubhiw, in (bp county of 
Somrrsc't.* II<- d. in \IW. and bad 
iuiii! by hifi firftt wifir, 
Tbomad and Mary. 
John, thi' older. 
Jobn. the younger. 
LJKlt Jobn. 

Tltoinoii, ulio hnd an estate and hoOH 
n( LyItU'tnn. in tbi' county of Wild, 
Btider the will of hit fadier. 

Rdiib. 

Margaret, m. — Burley . 
Tbp f!ldMt«on, 

IlEVNT L»\r.n. of Trowbridge, x. bis 
laiber, H. in 1636, and was burled in the 
cbaprl al SemiDglon, leaving issue by Jolian, 
his wifp, 

I. Thomas, ofTrnwhriilgp.f Hcrin-ois 
to hriTp tiavn to coii^idctahlr opiilnnco 
in tfat; clothing tntdt^, and purchased 



' JiiDM Uiu» held ib» maoor of fiatcombc, in 
lb" couuly of Suiurtsvt, in t3-l6. 

t lltf ta montjaopail in the will of Sir flearv 
I'ttnf, of \Vt«ibII Draycnt, I.1.S6, w hts "(Hvnij 
I'bonias Louj;, of rrnwhri'lgv." 
F 



tONG. OP RO\VI)E ASrtTON. 



Ilio manon of Wrslbary, Mailfliiit;- 
ton, MiI[K>rtoii, Whttildun. A allien, 
kimI I'oNlon, and Ihr nd^nwwii or 
HtliNTl<in. Ilv uiAilr )ii« nil), n xrn- 
lotiD i-ntlinlK', tn IThVI, ntitt itvinc 
■hoiil liVM, wa» Imrifil in tlit- rlmrcli 
ai Trow briil^r, Im* iu^ Itad i>y Ji>|i;tii, 
hisnifi'.* niitt »)i<> Mirvifiiii; liiiii, (^ 
ill l&PU), Mio 40b, tlvnrjr, wlmrf, no 
JnTRnt. 

II. Rnbrri, of I/jndon.t •«• <^i(^lj% rp- 
liV( of — Cti['[Miii;T. aiiij bj* h<T, who 
f/. I&'jU. anil n-.t* Iiiiri<-<1 at Si. laaw- 
rrnrr'a Jrwry, httil i.^i)t', 

Magdalen, mi. Hof;i-r Siullcr, of 
London, nirrrliaitt. and bud iuue. 
Uary. m. Mi'iiry Vjrnrr, »i^n of 
Hrnry Vym-r, of CmiU- PoniW. 
by Anne. ilnu}:)>(rr unil r»~lirir 
of Sir Joliii Ktrwpr, uf (^«tlc 
Contbv. arid h.iil iMuf. 
Martha, m. W niiiiro Meivdilb, bul 
had ao iMtir. 
Robert LiinK. d. tUl, and was bnricd 
nl 8l. La«srcncc'6 Jewrj. 

III. Wiuuu. at Bcckit'iietoil, in the 
tiouaty of Sfinirrni-r, of nltom lirrr- 
aflur. aj nncpttor of the lx>ng< of 
Stmt ton. 

IV. JlE>nT. of \\ kaddon. 

I. Man^rcr, m. Robert Smith, of Lu>- 
rocli, and bad uaue. 

II. Margrry. 
The foiirtli eon. 

Ur\H\ l.o\<iT, of Wlimldon, *n. Mary, 
dauclitcr of TlioniAR Doriitu, of Ifonl. in 
Ihc county WiltB. i^ratidson of Sir Hojirr 
llorton. of ('dM.'D. in ihr. county of Uvrby. 
and by her, wbot/. in MifH. liitd ta«ur, 

I. Tlniniii». i.f Si'ni inn loll. tl. i&0:(. tli'- 
ftjring in bis Mill In bt- biiriid in the 
rhnprl uf St. Griir){(>, at StrniiitKl(>«> 
" with hi» aiitrcslora,'* and leavib|; b% 
Johnn, bU ttife, 
Thoina*. 
Kaberl. 
Ednaid. 
John. I 
William. 

Annr. 
Janr. 
Mary. 

It. Himi.of Whaddon. 



* -^K» appaan ta bava Iwwa rfui^klM- nf l.aw. 
nan YFrbwrjr. or Erbari^. uf ItairoBtiK. in tba 
toaatj of Soviffrwt. Till* fiuiUlv Mat to •ona 
a|Nl)m^l^ at Ilraitfunl aii-I I ninhriilfx. 

t '■ .'Ixf« antlmvr- 

r»r. Tiiu>balcUr% of 



8«TI: 



oTW 






J CtMUK'taml U bat* bMU iiiu «f N«lL«- 



til. CttWAHD, of Mnnklon, H 
the Kowde Atliton Itntf. 

IV. Jamra. 

V. WiniaiB. 
M. Hiomaa, ihv yontifpir 

(. Margaret 

II. Arne>. 

III. Jiidilli. 

IV. Eli-anor. 

V. Mnry, m. — flora*. 

VI. Annr. M- William Yprbory 
•on of LawTt'ncr Ytrbiirj. of '. 
combo, nnd bad t»5Uf. 

VII. Mnri^nrrt. m. Tbnmaa H^^fM- 
ltftir\ Lungr ti. in lUh'jH, and MM I 
VVIiaiidun hy bin sri-otid «on, 

lliMtY lioxcr, of \\ haddoo. wli< 
Mary, dnucblf r of Robrrt Mny, of Brol 
ton Gifloid, nnd had iasnc, , 

I. ilt>'nv- 

II. Robert, rrtidi^l nt Monl'toH 
Mitinni, dAn):blrr of TluMnu 
iry. ricrk. and rf. fn 1 
forly-xix. b.-if in^ liad l^auc 

Rolierl, b^ili/'d 141.1. 
ton (JiBbnl. 

RdHBnI. I>n|inz''d 1017. 

Ilrnn,. iM^itizf-d 1610. 

I*(iMhniiioii'». baiilix'.tl I 
timr of CondiMoi, in II 
ufWilU, ntid oi llffbritlfVt 
county of [lantB, H. \tP<2. 

III. WilliFuii, of Trunbndsr, II 
hnd a dan)(hter, Kebci-va. 

IV. Tlntoina. 

I. M;>ii;tiM t, m. Tliomaaf^ia 
luni, and bnil is»ur. 

M. Amv. w- Rocr Mi«rt*n. 

III. MoV}, w. Tbumaa j^ur 
lind i>»ur. 

IV. [fau. m. William Atlaa, 

Itenrv lAin^r, of WliaddoD.if. ia 

wa« «. I.\ li."^ -..■». 

bena. i: i 
rrmanird llcury 
nuuf in I9£)nnd t'< 

It Hrnry, it. yntug, 

II. W*i.T»;n. 

III. n»b«Tt. '■ - ' 

comity of !^ 

tcr of TboBuu Cuvtutii, .i 



«ea*», la I 



il honii" Kiui'S. 



barrn i, 
and in *• ' 
of hln 
nuwdr A 

l'' :| 

In'a Ina. aul ri i ia**»J 
n < I*. I&ft. <nr an mnM 

hi<i ... lACiiif a imDtvfil wM 

ffaM la &t. IriiMMd'a 1 baiKb. MtA«fr ) 1 



LOXG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. 



07 



AfKMBtjr or Wilu, *nil rrlicl of 
StrnktHrnn^on. of Kel.4inii, in thf^ 



-•I. nnd dyinj; in 
iiif<| (if IJHolu'i Inii 



111 V!l 1 , JIJII 

M«ry, m. first, Oforge Strilinnn,* 
of Midvamtr N'urldn.iulhrconnlv 

oio- in the 

rttii*.. ..» (..-.Mil. uii.i f(. ITW, 

IV. TIkmilm, b colonfl in the ftnny . 

T* ' ,.-11, 

m. Timnlhy WriJc, of Lob- 

IT. MKrtliJt,m. ltu|;x^Kniglll,ofOreeu- 
faJUD. In tbe couiily ul Urrkfl. 
Otary Itoag* <f. in IHI^ luid mm «. by hb 

Sll TViLTES Losii. uf UbaddoD, b.trU 
B« ««• ■brrilT tif Wtlu, nod nx'mbi.T for 
fetffa lll27. Mad, Will); cUiM-ly i*uDii«-cK*tl in 
fa fit i CM , wllti itii' PiirirAti |inrl,\, Veil nit.- u 
aaloiM {>r< i'lkh, and wiu mil- uC iIk* 

••^o Btf I. !'■ flu Tf>ncr bv ('Iinrlrs 



- ■'. Kf r«f»n) • trm 



of (lie tivil 
\ ,ai)d bcnd- 
iiU. ti4d tiu horae 
•' be becurac ob- 
MtJ M IfjiiiiT, nnd 

W. t<i KriincF, 

*h»-^LU'. »-i. " i.Lii. n. iir rtiaci^oruiit 

fyHfltliian \*ryrtl Ibi-in uut." He then 

•'»'"■"■ " ■■■'• ^i' ■"—'"ration, 

■lu-tcy. 

, \i rurka. 

iitrr of Jiilin 

[ity or.S.ilo|i. 

trjr tUtiKtiirr fti \\ it'.wr litn'Qt, uf 

S\tr tiU-d in KtHH, AHil v.m» burii^ 

I, in Midfllrsvx. U)' ibv firit be 

iia7..icWti«ddon. 
II. \t ,':J7. ,,t W liiiil.lun, 

rti. Robrrf. of litKotn'i Inn. d, i. ;i. 

i' Pnrktr. of 
EmsftliM, lu tii« i..iwitlv of SolTolk, 

bwi. 

^Walirr rf, la ISTS. and wu buried ox 
Hr «■# f. by hi« son. 



O— ^ SwdBM, of AtbiK'irlt. in tb« 
am tnw i. uu) MMm of .Ihum Stvdainn. 
* loB. M. ('. fur I'kippMkbm. |ar« 
'II I 

T mi .fnlin Valv, of 

rt" tiv Juw,d«U|[li' 

<f TiiLmii, in 



Sin WiiLTEK LnKG. of Uliadilon, barl. 
irbo rf. HnDmrrird in 17IU. leaving liis pro> 
|M*rlj' lo hib iiriilirw, Cnllboriiv Parser, rc- 
Diniiider lu liiB prrat ni-plii-w, Sir Pbilip 
Pnrkrr, and on thilniY of iMiitc ol tlie hilter, 
lo Thomas Long of Howden ; ilm Rev. 
•loha Lonf^, of Me^8€yliumplon, and his 
hrollirr Tli-itiiita in n.*ni»iiider. Sir \V niter 
nnit J. nl Wlinddou by (be vvcoiid son of bis 
Kjilcr, l^ady P.-irktT, 

Cai THoHcr. pjiKKP.H, of Whnddoii. w|io 
nsNiti)i*d Ihe name of l/ont,, and dying in 
\TJi}, iijfpd st'voiity-ino, was buried nt 
Wliaddon, 1(>iivii))r uu i^»ue by bis wifi*, Dio- 
nyiti;!, daii):h(i>ral John Harrinj;ton. of K<^l- 
«lon, iu liir coonly of Somcr^t-t. Sbr ft. in 
1774, nQfti riglily-ftix, ami wns buried nt 
)Ianibfii>ld, in lilnuvcftipriiliirp. ^Ir. (';il- 
thorp« Ijon^ waa sucneejird at \> haddon by 
his iieplit'w. 

Silt Philip Parkek a Moblky, bart. of 
Hhnddon.A. in IRH2, wbo Rp<tumcd tht* nnnie 
of I<o\t.. Ilr (/. 1741. find bavini; no male 
JMue by bis wifr. Mnrtba, daii^btf^r nf \\i\- 
liait] Kaiti, whojf. in 17.1H, htt niu/. AtWbad- 
doD by Thomas Long, of RuwdtMi, b«>for(t 
nuMilioiit-d, M JioAO dtaceul we now proofed to 
trare. but Oiv rciirrsvnUitiori of Sir Walter, 
the |inrlinini.-nlnrtan, retnniacd in tbe descen- 
dants of Cmherine P«rker, wife of John, 
first Carl of E^rfmonL 



M^mg, at inanition, iff. 

EowtRii LoKce, of Monkton. third son of 
Hrnry Lonjfr.of Wbnddou. nnd Mnry ffor- 
ton. and ** beir bv adoption of Tlionins Loof^, 
of Trowbridei-.' bi» nnrlc. m. Anni:, dnu(;h- 
terof HenrjBroiinVer, of Melkshsni.-t M.P. 
fnr DfViecA, and had if>ftni- by hft, wboff, 
ID IfiOt, and was buried at llrou^hion (lif- 
ford. 

I. GUTORD. 

II. Edwanl. 
Ml. Tboniftfl. 

IV. Jobn.of HauiEh.pariibofDradford, 
afterward* of Motiklon, m. first, ('a- 
Iherine.dauKhtL-rof KdwardNit-'liotas, 
of All CAQninfcs. in tbe county of 

Wills, and secondly , Annr, , and 

ti. m lOM, Iraviiig by bU second 
wife, 

I. THnKAM. 

II. Edward. 



of herVt, and wm grnndtnotbcr of Hmry Mattyn, 

nf rplnini. enenlioni-il in ml. ii. p. 16I>, aud wt>o 
wn coil sequent I V wcom) cci^in I'l liiflunl l'»n|[, 
of Rowdo AkIiIuu. Tliu V«l*'«. irfliTWBrd* of 
Uurklond. trf now rirprf«Mit<Hl by Sir ('hAilek 
TbrcrckuuTtoi). bftrt, llenry Hrciiiik"*- Und two 
■iifu. Sir W illiaut, Kbo «-■« «pttl«d M Y.rW Stcke, 
iui<l Sir llrnry, wbo wu prR^iil'-nl of Munstpr, 
aad &tbi>r ikf WitUsat. first >'iKOunt BraunkT. 



60 



LONG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. 



III. John, of Balh, nt, Cntlierine, 
daaKlitcrorjulii) LotiK.ol* Wrsix- 
all, nnii Bister of Hope I<ong, 
(vidi* p. 216.) He d. 17115, aiii) 
tfhe d. aged «tgbty, in 1730. 
Tbey li«d i»9ue, 

1. John, iu holy orders, fellow 
of Corpus Clir»ti CoUtBC. 
Oxfonl, and rector uf Me- 
seyhnnipton, in l)u> cAooty 
of Gloucester, of Wraxafi 
and of W'hnddoD, b. Iff??, 
rf. I'4H, s. p. 

2. Thomas, of Melkfham, af- 
lenvsrda of Wraxall mkI 
Whnddon, m. Mnry, dituf^h- 
tcr of — Abbott, "of Chip- 
nenhnni, and by hor, who d, 
in 1733, aged forty-»ix, had 
Imuk, 

Walter. 
llIary,rf.uoaiarned,1776, 

■gcd (10. 
Ellrn.rf. unmarried, 1767, 

agwl 70. 
Catherine, H. unmiirried. 

1814, asedfl?. 
Anne, d. uamarried, I B02, 
aged 00. 
Thomax Long, of MHIisham. 
Ice d. in 17W, i^rd ei^hly, 
and wns t. at Wraxall and 
Whaddon by his son. 
Walter Loxc.of Wrax- 
all »nd WliaddOQ, but 
better known as Mr. 
Walter Long, of Bath. 
Be d. in IH07. aged 
niiietv-Gve. Iiavitig be- 
queat'hed hia r-xti-nsive 
estates in remainder to 
the prc»-nt Mr. Long, 
of Rowdo AsbtoD, who 
DOW enjoy* tbeiii. 
I. Anne, m. John Pilbes, of 
Dcvixes, and (f. I7'2a. 

IV. Gifford. 

V. Richard, m. — 
I. Elizabeth. 

ti. Mary. m. Hope Long, of Wnix- 

all.faee p. 216.) 
111. Anne, m. John Coxwell. of 
Abllngton, grandson of S'nlha- 
niel CoxwelF, of Abituglou, (»ef 
vol. iii. p. 472.) 
John Long, of Monkton, d. in I6M, 
and was j. by his «on, 

TuoMAt Loxo, of Monktoo, andof 
Rowdea, nt, Margery — , by 
whom.whotj. in 1GM2. and was bu- 
ried at Clii|i))enhiim(he bad issoe, 
TnoH4s. 
John, baptizird I6a0.at Brot^- 

ton(*ifford. 
Calherioe. baptixed tOSO, at. 
TbomasHulUprt.ufCorsfaaDi, 



and of Wootton Basset, and 
had issue. 
Mnrv, baptized \Qfi5. 
Elizftbrtli, baptized 1060, m. 
KiCH. LoNuof Rowd Ashtoa, 
>on of Kicii. lAiN<i. of Col- 
I lingliourne, and bail luue,* 
Thomas Long, of Mimkion, i, 
IG&I, and nai t. by htd »on, 
Thomar LoKu,of llowden, bap- 
tixed IGdT, m.lJr$t, Anne — , 
relict of — Ridlry, wUo d. 
I724,aged sixty -two, aiid se- 
condly, Marj- , who (t 

1773, aged Bcvcniy-two. He 
d. in I79», without iKsue, and 
was Imrifd, iiA wer^ hia two 
»ive», at ChipprnhaiD. 
Edward Ixng, of Monkton.t d. 1022. and 
was s. by his eldest son, 

UiTFORD LoNC.I of Kowd .l^bton. in. the 
parish uf Steeple A»blun. shrrifT uf Wllti, 
1024, m. finit, Anne. dnugbtiT and beir of 
John Ypne, of Bradford, nbo dying 10(11. 
wa.t buried at Bradford, and by nhum he 
had issue, 

Anne, baptized ISOH, m. W. UronwJcb. 
Catberine. baptized 1001. 
He m. secondly. Amy, daughter of John 
Warre. of HeBlereonibe. in thf county «f 
Somerset, relict of Robert Wiugelt, of Ub»- 
rolt, in the county of Bedford, and by her, 
who d. 1050, bad issue, 

EnnAiin, Imptized 16(17. 
Roger, baptized 1000. 
Thonia», baptized 101 1. 
Anne, d. 1609. 

Eleanor, baptized 1618, m. Willttii 
Carenl,8on of Morris Cart^t, of Tno* 
nier, in llie county of .Somerset, by 
Elizabeth, daughter of James 
Earl of Marlborough, and bad 
Gifibrd Long d, 1G36, and was *. by hisj 

Et>w^KD LuNtj, of Rowd .Will 
Dorothy, daughter of l»at|i: Jurin», of 
don, and sister to Sir Samuel Joiie« uf 



' By this nuuih Ur. Lonp. of Ilowd Atituak,k ] 
co-mprMMilatire of Joba Loog.uf Moaktm,! 
d. ia I6M. 

t TV utos — Ss. a lioo pMont aig t ai, ! 
chief of tba second thras crasa eraasMs a 
ftnt, lOMdMrwith tbscrest. oat of adMslenail 
a lion's Mad sttscd as. gvnt d'aaa, wsrt grsaHlj 
to kin in 1.S89. 

Ibtf annt bont* by the Wb»ddan sad II 
loo ItfudiN wei¥ th« sialic as those grantsd 
llHnm l^ttjce, of TnnrtMid;^ tiw ttorlp of E4>| 
ward Leog, m I.Vil, <rb. a. Mneeoforossi 
Ists, a tioo nmp. srg. two Ssnocbas anuins, i 
on a crmcml or. ■ boa's bead onasd bl 
d'««a. As TboaWB Long d. whbooi isas^ 
right to this cosL strictly vpmking. dMwitliMr^ 

t The nsaeof Oiflbtd mant tc h«*a beta ' 
ri*^ from the bastaod of hts notbu'* u*ter, 
Umn Giffflrd. grwaimm «t Sir M iUfant iJigxiA 
of CnMMlsll. Ilwu. 



LONG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. 



takall. in llki> raaoty cif N'orthamplnn, kni. 

' HD Lohi;. of Col- 

i'ln, Brcuiid ton of 

tdwmxi Lang d. t»44, and wm m. hy lija 

««• 

Ukkat Vavo, of Howd Ashton, who m. 
I>i«ar«ia. ' >r Wiltimri Hnwet of 

CUverto'. ' tu Sir X^'illiam BsMcC. 

ku. Sbr '1. Ill fi, I, mid )■<• ii) 1072. itiih- 
Ml time, «h1 Mraji burird iti Sitreple Aslitun, 

imUsabur became bis li«ir. 



ftttf. •( Bcrttsgloi). ^Iraltan. tcr. 

WiUJiK LoNcr, of Ilrrkiii^toii, in iti« 
f^Bit; uf S^mrrM*!, third son nf llf^tiry 
. »f Trawbridifp, who died in I.Vtd, in. 
BiHWlli — . n\kt uf— Taylor, by whom b« 

I. Tnow««. 

II. Willikin, wlio m. — Bavl«y, hnd 
Ayinf In irjOU, wam burie-({ al'Drok- 

I. Affi»ea. 

Ml. JoaM. 
IT Mefirry. 
W%t«ai LnDjc tf. fo 1366; uid wns i. by bU 

TntnitR L/).Mif, of B<rclklni;ton,«fhoin. irt 
l&'A. JoJMbM, TT'lirt of ^ [tiir^tim. nuil tiy 
vikMft, iwlra d. in t(iiM>. he tiud tMue, 

,. Tt.^.rr,..<i i,..Mf.'-.i i:^;^. 

AUt.oh. 1606. 

IV. CfklMlrirn, ttM|i||;cd Ii'i7i*, m. (il Wa- 
U'Wiiftl, ill lr'-l.\iul, lu Miiria Pout~ 
frvt. huA hail twiic. 

P*.h«'f.r-. r' iiirnnl, IBIO. 

^' t/W7. 

I M . .11. 

'1W if. t» UxiH. Ili« third HOD, 

Kil.uam lx><><ir. itMa *(riit<>d nl Stmiton, 
»(►*■ '■"^"t* "f Kofrrr»i»l. He m. Etf-unor, 

'I. of Wood- 

hy Mnriii. 

. .iimM. of Sidmnii- 

, liy whom hi- had 

,. k ,,, -..,i(I, of Nrirbory, in lhi> 
1 BrrU, rf: 1. f . 1607.* 

IV. lit'mrji*'* of PrrMlon (VithIovit, in 
Ck« itHinty <kf Ifdnlfi, m. Pniiirrti, 
dunklrrof — (tlftdrnan. and rrllct of 
FunliUB Bcisnout, of London, mcr- 



!!■ 



ttmUy'a ArY«uu, b I6TS. 



chant, and by her, wbo d. id 1670, be 
faiid isBae, 

Georgr, of Lincoln's Ina, 

Ouitliiriu, 

Willimii. 

Cjilhortae. 
Rifhi'cca. 
Mnrtha. 
Oeorf^e I<oiig (/. in 1G56. 

V. (loddard. 

VI. Fulix. m caplaiu in the army, d. in 
10S7. ID the cniinty of Wcxfont, in 
Ireland, leaving i*(iur, Lucy. m». to — 
March, of St. Saviour'a, Soulbwark., 
and d. in the SAme year. 

. I. Mary. 

II. Eleanor, baptized 1677. 

III. Anni*, baptized 1589, m. Robert 
Sbeppard, of Wraxali, in the ctmiity 
of Sonifr»et. 

William Longe d. in 10(17, and was t. by bta 
pon. 

M'lu.iiH LoMi, of Stratton. m. Mary, 
dauKbti^r nf Thomaa Lovibond. or^honvcll, 
in thr IkIp of Wight, and by ber, wbo d. iu 
lOtW, bad iMuc, 

I. LovEBAN, or Lovitwitd, baptized 
I«I3. 

II. Willinm, baptized 1014. 

I. Mar>'. baptizwl UM). 

II. Rob't'txa, Implixpd 1011, m. — Cnx. 

III. .Sarah, hapliM-d 161S. 

IV. Martha, baptized 102(1, w. — Ap- 

plfloM. 

V. MargnrKl, baptized 10*% m. — 
Mviiue. 

\\. EliznlHlli, m. John Walter, of Ol- 
vrston, in tht? count>~ of (iloacuter. 

VII. Kulh. 

VIII. Hatinah. 

i\. Dcbornb, m. — Brooroe. 

X. Eliranor, m. — Barnard. 
William Lung d. iu 1046. and wns#. by bis 
«uo. 

Sin LiKi-CBONK L^iKc.t knight, of Strat- 
ton, n b.nrristfjruf llie Ti?mplc. mast'-r of Ihc 
UemieaU, ri'i'nrder of ihc city of London, 
M P. forW*"!!* in 1640-M .'>8 aud 60. and 
for Konier*!' Ichiro, in I'i'A and apiMjintrd 
Appaker ol tlie pnrliaiui>iil on llnf illnpaa of 
Mr. Chute. Man h yib. 10.^8. He m. Fran- 
ces, ilaughttT nl John Mynne. uf Ep»oa)» 
and by hi^r, who J. in IIS'I. Iind iMBC, 

<tF,nar>r.. 

William. 

Mary. d. 1674. 

— , IN. — Williaro Willougbby, and 
bod iMiic. 



t TW flnntc uf UvleUme. ot l.jnlihon, appears 
tn Im a corrupuon of l.<i*Bban. iw I.nvitwDd, and 
is pnt»|M aMOeiatad with wme puntnniaJ annm- 
ias* 



70 



LONG, OF MONKTON FARLEIGH. 



*-^ «. LvrrenMSwidton.* 
SlrLiel<-Wi>c H, Mitrch iOlb, IO&d> kml wn* 
». llV lllA Min, 

fi»oR<.». IjOxc, of Dowtioitlt!. in Itie 
coiiiil} of SotiirTM't. m. Mtin, dnu^litfruf 
MnntiKiliiLr Jvuiiinice, of Larry ftcirl. in 
thr I'luiiny i-t S<iii)rr«4.'t. by Kliyjibctb, 
dnui;tiU'r nnd lirirofSLr Thomas Trticijnii, 
Anil I) Ikt, Mho if. io 173&. agcil I'tjjhl)-- 
Inti, hml IMiur, 
WlLUAH. 

iieotgc, d. 1721, af^ forty-two. 

Ann.-, rf. 1874. 

EliuLctli. rf. IGtn. 

lliimi. rf. ITUb. 

l>pb<irah. •/. l7r2U. 
(3rur);M Um^d. lii ITM.a^pdllUtj-liro, nod 
w«*4. liv his Mill, 
Wiu-UH LuKu, of Downside* ileward or 



* Than U « moatuuMtl in S«li»hui7 «MhMlnl 
to lawnmet Swinton. who 4. ia 1091, iniiiBliii|f 
ih* MBMof Ltfoffi orTnmbhdg*. 



ihe duchy of CornwaU, m. EltdbcOi. iami 

of Sir Rii'linnl Cnimpc, kni. and hy lM*r, 

wliu it. \'iti.'>. t>f,vi\ <-i|t;lity-lhrrr, h»A M*wr, 

WitXKH, ti. I73A, agtnl M>vpiilc«ti. 

Elizjibfth, rf. I7*i7, »(c»'d Huten. 

FrAiKYt, i/. 17aU, Kgrd ftfty-nwe. 

Aniir.rf. 17fll. 

Jitrlith, m. in 17M, tn Norton Kai 
bull, fifth »ORof Sir ivdwinl Km 
bull, iMrt.ADd by him. who iL is 
ngfil Mirnly, lind iMvt, 

Nortoa>WitUatii. rf. 1700. i. |i. 
Williiim>Nurloii. rf. i. p. 
Franrra, in, Chnrli'P Ki)«lchb«ll. 
K. N. of Di)liii>i:tt>ii, in the i.-»uBty 
uf SomerM-l, and rf. iu Isltl, «f«il 
finy-four, f. ;i, 

JndilhKnntrbbulU.in 17U3, aRad M- 
«riii^-two. •nd on the dwewe of bcf 
diiii(:litrr. rriiiii:». thr descciulwl 
U'tlliiini hoog, of Dowiwide 
exUucL 



LONG, OF MONKTON FARLEIGH. 

LONG. JOHN, esq. o( Moaklan Farleigli, and of Bainton, in the eoaiity of WQm, 
born Mtb Aug:uit, 1793, married Mnrr, daa^il«r of S4- 
vard Daniel, t»f[. barrister-at-law, aod hH iim*, 

I. JriHK, b. QHlh April, 1S33. 

II. W«IU-r-Hrnr) . t. 6lh Orlob«T. I»23. 
lit. EdwArd-Moruton, fr. ISih J^rcemlM-r, 1KB. 



1. Enimn-Mnry. 

ti. KAthrrinv-EtizabcUi. 



Tliisv'eutlcDiaii luccceded to th< estate trf Mooktoa Fariaigli 
(lu the dtittli uf hi« fallivr io 1 B33, aod to the mUU of B«^ 
uiQ, ID the couuty of Wilu, by the wlil of Mary, the vidov 
orWiUimu l.ong, ejq. of Btuntoo. tlio lost nuUo itttcwtAami^ 
of that bmnch. He ia a maguLmte aad dapa^-lkalnnBl:| 
for til* county of Wilts. 



Imr.tgv. 



RtcHtao Lo*ti), Mq. of Rood Ajhtou. 
iu thr Cfiuiily of Wilts, married Mcliora. 
dAQfthtor ol — Lanibr, nnd rrlici of Jotcph 
Poaldrn.rMi.oritiiUT, Wiltji.ttn'lli^d Imoc, 

I. RKiitRP UofKii rHi>, rldr«t m>b and 
brir. (See p. 06). 

II. JnilH. 
Thr •ppund K>n, 

Jotiv ItOM), e«q, of Moakton Parlriith. 
born lifiSm. Lacy - Aniip. daaifhtFr of 
the Kcv. John Warnforri . offorviu L'hri»li 
tnUrffp. *l\fcinl.~C'.imilfn profvcMir of «n- 
cienl Vii«t«ry. and rvUct "f — KiiuiRar, rM|. 

ky rr' '•. diot llth February. iHl'i, 

ag*-' III, he hail JMur, 

1. itit h»ir, the nrcai'Dt powcaaur 

of MonLlna Farlrl|;h. 



ti. Walter, in holy ordeta, Win 1TV&, i 
marttfd Annr, dan^hter of the Br«. 
R. (>itatiiD|t. 

I. Kalherittf^Kliubrlli-MarT. 

II. Lut-y-Aiiup, dU-^ May, UKf7. 

III. t^t^iA, died 4th NovnBhvr, II 
Mr. Long dird 'iOlb Uctokwr, 1^33. mmi'l 
aaocx)odrd by bb ton, thr prcarat poawii 

Arvu — Sable, eem^e of 
and a lion nunpaot arif. 

f V/ff^Uut of a ducal conioel or^ m. < 
lion niivptini ■"■■-■'< 

MfftiM — I' ir ptnsa 

Kstnlr*—l ^' 1 ,.c. 

.SmI— MoBktOB Farlrifh, in WUn. 



tONG, OF MONKTON FARLEIGH. 



71 



tint* ^ BitMaH onli filaetton tioifrl, 
DOtti rrlinrt. 

WrUJAM L«i«c.rf«q.ttir r-mrUmonorTlio- 
LiwC- ' ' ' ■''III will) ili'-(l ill 

»«• . < ounty lit 1\ ilL-i. 

trell, 2i»l No- 
(liin^'liUT of — 

'•■-■■■ u--". t*Iiy ill WilU, 

> lUitl in 1070, IcMitn^ liuur, 

■ '■— -:;'■■■ - -M, 



[^ing. »s4|.ol' Lil- 

. .'i, li. xUnl cyL-ik'. 

il li'^uf, mill \iii.i Siir- 

ftituilcd i'jUt<; hy lii« 

JoMv, of BuynloDt of wliura pre- 
•nill>. 

Mf. i»mf4, Kariin^d ni Little 9nt|<tn, 

' ■*». Hr RLirricil Slrw- 

>i| K>'lrr'<i« of — Ifuli- 

"" ' I -..ami 

.•ititi- 

, .11 " iiiiuii III j-.i, iif left 

va»v Iwu tons and iiir«c 

I- L»wi».* 

3. WitliNm. lMi{ttixr() At Woi>llnn 
UmmC *iil)d Junr, i;UI. nti|i- 
fi'iB' i! t-, tunc Oicd nliioad wiiji- 



I. 



)«rn 61h April. 1609. 



1 ll<-riuui', Umi lUth Do rr mWr. 

IWi, r(i<irTi«><l \\ nii.iin M(ir«c, 

of Wortt- 

Hilh April. 

>:vS IfWKa At Chi«>l- 

1 ^8ll IlrrctntH-r. 

•■ Mir .a IJttlrSiitloii, 

•'■' . .. IJoMct, aoili No- 

I , .-il aoiti April, 1667. 

hwrK^ 01 UitU HniUia, Itllli July. 
HIT-* 



i- Ji«»,««ljrM«uidlirir. 



trsa. 



r»cto6w, 

i^ wliW Mr. Itraircr. of VVuxioa UumI, 



irak 



ITliB second too, 
JoH?( I^>M(), e!U]. of Bainlmt. wlio sac- 
' ceeded In's brother William, was baptised 
nr Link' Sutloii. 8lb Fi-bruAry, Ktfift. He 
^ (XDA tfiM'k-d ut Ediiif^tun. *2Htli July. 1721^ 
tti{i-d fiftv-M-ftD, IcHsiDg issue, by Jiis irffe 
, llohour, 

I. JoHV, bift hrir. 

II. R'lboi'l, IjiplizL'd '^iiil Oi'criiibi-r. 
I7iit. buried ut rdirigluti, lUth Ja- 
nuary. )7'JU, ttKi'd twenty -eigbt. 

Ml- William. 

I. Hunour. livitiy; in I7'il. 

II. KRlIi<>rin)-, ilii-d voim^. 

III. Mftr|r«Pfi, bftpliwd 22nd Mnrch. 
ia)6. buriH 31sl December, 1770. 
aerd t;j|;lity-ouo. 

IV. Li'oiibrn-AlHria. baptized lOtb Ooto- 
biT. Iiaw. buri«d 3Ulb July. 176tt, 
Bffed sivty. 

V. Jiiiit?, hnplizrit (ii1i .lauuary, 17IK1~4. 
buritfil I Hill Febninry. 1779, agrd 
■evcnlj'-six, 

VI. 8m«ri, I»«)ti. f>ih M.Hy,l"tXV«, buried 
291I1 July, 17'^H, HfTi'ii iwL'iiiy-lwo. 

Ml. niizntirth-AiM)'-. livinif I7ti6. 
Th« ^Idi-ht »mi and HUcn-Bsor, 

JntiK l.riKc, (if Btiiiiton. rnuj. born 1C9I. 
dying iinmarrird. \s»« buried at Ediii>:luii, 
autli -May. I74.'i. aged fift}--four, and »uc- 
tTf'Icd by bis brolhrr, 

\\'iLLUM LiiN'i, of UBinloa, rsq. baptized 
leili Auu;ti»t, I7U7. He w«sbnried4lbMay, 
1770, »g<<d Binly'tluvr, It^aTiiig two suiis. 
Tbir elder, 

■l-tHi'^s LoNo, {-!>((. of BfliDtun. died unm. 
wflj buried at Edta^tan, Itjib NuremiM-r, 
178*^, and iaccccded by Iii9 brother. 

WiMJAM LoK<^ eiui uf llainton, who vtna 
born in 17.14, imd iii;irrit>d Mary, tb** daugh- 
ter of Kirbard FflUourt I'rrjswvll, esq. of 
Paikn<-y I'ark, Wiltt. Tbey bad i^yue one 
dnut;liti-r, Eniinn, who ilicti nn infnnl. and 
Wii» biirifd ill Edin;iton. Iltlli Janunrv. l7W<t. 
Mr. T^iUK dird ntid wa« biirit-d nt ImImicIhii, 
*i3iidJ(Hie, lNl>7, ui;>-d Mvinrif three. IVIra. 
I.otif; (/. I Ittt J.^ii. 1N'J2, bnviiif; brqurathed 
tbf eptulctf at ilAiiitoo (tvbicli by b<>r lal<- but* 
lifiiid Mt-rr left to Iit-r disposal) m J. I>>ti);, of 
Mooklou Parleigb, esq. the prt-soiil possessor. 



in. Ki.-ni--ti. i.n„ii,i«) iwt March, 1737, 

nv' Unny, pwi. nf Great 

C-1' .ii'(7. Slii>air'l«)ili<iiit 

i«»ii«, uiiaJ yftki liurxjtl ii( OrviU {.')»>vtfn>II, 

.•Wth Noveinbt*, 1819. aRfd fighiy-fwr. 

|.«wn lAtaa iliKd niid wiui Ifurittl kt Wimltoii Bm- 

«at. Vitii NovctiibM-, 1*U4, "iged eiglity-fiTf, and 

waa •- t>) tiu Hdot aoD. 

Jawi* I^l^ti,<Ml•|. fif Ghiat Cbereran, baptii*d 
«t Woolt'OT Hawwt. '^.''tli ApHI, 1739, died unntar- 
nvd. uid wu tniriad at Crmt Cb«vanll, Urd Oo- 
lubar. 18(M. 



74 



^^4^ 



hOya, OF PRESHAW. 

tSC, WALTER, «»(|. of Pr«tliaiir. in thf eoaa\y of Soulliwnptoa, M.A* 

Colleye, Oxfonl. bnm '24th November, 17HH. 
February, I8U1, iho Right llonorablo Ijidy Mnrr ('am 
elilcft dauffhter of \ViIliam,Mvi-ntli Ear! of Norr'. 
admiral of the Red, and rcar-adtoiral of Gruat i 
kaa iMue, 

I. W■lLTF.n-JERV|g,ofOrfe1ColI<^KP.Oxfo^d. t,2atl>Jui)r. 

ti. Williaoi. uflUtiol Colic;:!-, Ovfonl. t. I.'>ili \ 

III. Joliii. ill llir loih Uuyal HuMnrr, t>. 14(1) Drr< i . r 

IV, OrorgF. A. aartl Decembrr. IHIBJ. 
■ ■ Mnry, d. ycmog. 
ti. ElWti. 

III. F.I i»ilH- III -Mary. m. al SL Man's, Brva 
Qfltli ri-lminrv, IH33. Jobn Kltirrtu^on Wflah 
of thi? Hciiilr^, in Uhi county of Muumuulli. 

IV. Alic«, rf. young. 

V. Mary-Miiipislpy. 

VI. Oeorfpaa-Elvanor. 

VII. Lacy. 

VIII. Jan«. 

Ttiix gontlcniAn inhBrit«t thp rittat« of Preslinw. in tbe rottntr of Himts. on 
of hifl father. Juhii Looft. e»q. in 171>7 ; a muiety of the wtatea of liia mate 
John WilliHtn Hi[)|>ikli-y Trvtichard, esq. at his death in 1801 : the ottaCea in 
■hir« nm) DorvlAhirr- on th« df^nth of bin tiin'lf, Wtlliniii [»ftg, caq. in ISt 
ihoBfi in t )Kfordnhir6 on iho d4<nth of bin ro'iiuu, John Hlnckall. (>aq. of Htaal 
rounty of Oxford, in 18*20. He ix a mn^trato and deputy-liL'utt'nanl for i 
of HaiiU, and wrrod th« office of high sht-riff for that county in 1 824. 

Ifmagt. 

Thomja Lns<i.' of DrtUrs, b. in 1017. 
third not) of Thomift I^odk. fM|. tif Utilf 
Chp>»Tt>ll. \> ills. (M-f p. 04) suL-ct'ftlcd, 
by ilic will of hill I'Mthrr. in lAM. to thv 
Unds in I*oU<ttii*. c.itlH Wnljcng, Up 
tnnrrird. first, .\liic. tbr dnnittilor v( Tlin- 
mnn lltti*t.in)i, uf ('lii|i|>rtihNrn ; niiil n'lit'l 
of Uit-hArd Kiirrniiiu, of t'lti|i(ir'uhani. Sti>- 
dind ill Krll, wilhoul iuutf, Bntl «a» biirini 
at Chlpitrnhnm. He mnrricd. eccondly. 
Man(«rv, diiu|;M«-r uf Kirlmnl l-'luwrr. 
of Hcvinr*. ifrtil. nm\ bv hrr (whinlird in 
loui.undwa* buricil al^L, Joba'ft, I>c«iaci) 
had iaaaa, 



• la thM ptwirh of St. Jnlm. t>«riwc, tharrf tg 
a b*a«tiM nooaiVDl to lh« aMoiory of tibui frO' 
tlMnan, with itw mnm of lAiva, at Wruall, Binl 
with tha bllowiac imnipbaa i 
Bnd*«CBilMa 
TiMn* IjMw Caaulals, 
Wdmnlvnil gtumm 
Ijnt nhtit 
7 Jw .\pnlM. 
A. [I. 1671. 
.4.lBlin «■» M. 
Qwna ra]^-ai cin«r>*, TMkir, iHk 
!^|>4tu>a ilBfK>*aJt rnuanlUidrj* 
t^w |>fi>li p<ini«niu» WW rhftrnk 
Vton. Urr^inla ib>lriiJa li<(iilt 
\ MM fuitvn . tytmm l>rni<iuur tan 
IndifBun aaaiaii labota morbl 



I. ThoiTuuL>oR|;,v«<).»IdFitaon,i 

ChrviTrll. tit whicli j'^'!*^'"*''' I> 

ccfd*-*!. hy llif wi 

I^iilC.i-»(|.orLi(tl 

II*> Diarrii-d Elrauor.ilnu^tili-rol 

Htialy. of NVwbury. aadluMl km 

I. F.lritoor, livinK ia IdPI. 

•2. Man., bapt UtFcbmary, 
at Lilllr- <'lt>-TL'r«<ll, aadn 
at (hr iamr, Arthur CmA 
Knrrit);,'<lon,ta tbc-couslyc 
von, I7|-i. 

II. John. liHittl»>d at Pottrnw. 
July. UVyi, and harir-d al8t,l 
DfTiara, llth Febnmry, l<OB. 

Ml. Rii lunn, of whom proaantljr 

IV. Hrnn*. of the city of Naw fl 

•iic(Trdt-d. by tbr will of hbai 

Marprry. I" ' r T* t 

Ho wilt hn\ ' 

■/ . '"' \ ■ 1.. l-" . Ill II I K-U 

1 'f — IlArrwM 

<|>. u .ill i . >. t . I7?7. agvd 

tiim*. niid «».* Itirwd at Si. TV 
rhurt-h. Srvr Sit rum Miirih 
wil>, dM-d ITlh MnT. 
>ftrnly-onc, and wi»» 
•ainr church, Icattug 

I . Thomaa. bapt. al St 
Nriv Sarain. lOUi April, 



LONG. OF PRESIIAW. 



73 



•o<l 4i^t Inl l>«c«Diber. 17U3, 

•JE- 

0. II I2lli AapuAt. 17.38. 
m. 

1. .^i iitnarried, 17&4. 

" ' ih Fvbruftr)-, 17W. 

' <t Hriirv i^i(i;:E>. 
» • It' ilic u-iij of 

Ill's, Dovixrs, 
ItL . :'.:». Sirred the 

> ••! r iliJii ciir ill l?!.*}. 

«A. ' <i the MhlH*)!' cbitrrh 

I:lb. I'lti. By bif-wife, 
Irft i^sar. 
\V ttrntlun, rrtunly tif 

^ . >liilSl. John'.i. I)e- 

»ix( , J,,..; vUy. II>H7, ftixl bu- 
rini ii Lir. iiLM), '26Ui S«'plciiibi.-r, 
17&V. lie- died nilhuut iuue. 
Hia will was i<ruTcd I'Jtb Octo- 
. 1751, by bi» brotlit-rs, Tlio- 
Mid JAnit-i, ihr fXPcutora. 
IUJ19, rlerk, buplijcrd nt thtt 
■bbryrliurrh, iialh, 'ih Notl-io- 
brr, lODl, died wtUiout tuue, 
1771. 

J«Bi>5.. rm. orWedbunptnn.co. 
ef ' liflrd nt the abbey 

d<u ., I7ib Miiy. IO(H. 

Uo iKJittirzii Mnry, tlnu^btfr of 
GiN>rEfTunirr, f»4). o( I'riilci^Ii, 
ii ' of Brntlon. She 

ilj' ''uricd At Urattou. 

a. '. I7.J6. Hr died 

«('' >ind wiitt btirjt-d «t 

tlrcLiMui, itilu, )7()8. HUwill 
ITM dalrtl I bib June, 1700, by 
nil- > > ■ -. i-cd but filJib-Hiit 
It ■ Uir iHU-ifbor K««- 

«1. ' it!i<,ntoii,iQ die 

r , lo bis niece, 

„ r uf biB sjstrr. 
wli Mr. lurinT), the 

»>' >. Williftoi Htiilun, 

1*4 )'■ N'orlan. in tbe 

ot'ii !>.>, mid tobt-r bctn 

km («<i uimJi', mid iti default of 
im*t* mftlr, to bi» kirianinnt Wiil- 
br Lauk, «-»>). of lltt- rily uf NfW 
ftwitBi, uid Ui bis budb mid tlicir 
imum ill ull m«lu. 
A didcbtrr. ubo married Mr. 
T>i-^ - ■ /I Ii-ft H dnnghurr, 
M I Id Dir Urv. Wil- 

li , .- I.. '.,.,. inra- 

I of tbc 

: .1 the Mid 

Jxtat:! Ijot'Si, lcM)k tbr Datnc niid 
«nu of LoDj;. Mrv. II u Hod 
U)us di<>d «U>ul l7tO, Jtavbg 

1. Fr ■ ' ti:irtl - Tiirm*!- 

Il<ii 'ho died nitb- 

Mit i«L«UL-, ill IH\3. 

% Juttri Lctug Idmg, duL, 



tlio pretenl pouewor of tb«f 
nbo^c-mciilioncd property. 

VI, Minhael, bnpliKed nl St. Jolin>. 
DevizfB, December, IGb'2.niid buriril 
ibetf IKtli Noifpmbcr. IfiOl, lenviiig, 
by bi9 wife Marfntrct. a dniit;bter. 
^f>i^g'H^el. baptized I3ih Dvcember, 
1«X>, at St. Jubn's, DeTizee. 

I. Anne, married Ricti»rd Hill, and d. 
1691. 

II. Mnrgiery, married — EMinglon.and 
died ia>t. 

III. Sarah, married Thomaa Seymour, 
of Miirlboroii^h, at 8(. Edinuiid'a 
eburcb, New Surum.'iOtb April. 10(W, 

IV. Mary, Diarricd. ut i>t. JolitiB. ])e- 
i-izeji, ntb December, IG7&, lo Artbar 
Sberston. 

V. EUziibeth, biipt. at Diirizetf. 17tli 
September, 1C67, married Mr. Lo4:k.<.', 
of J>eviz«s. 

vt. Jnditb, married Mr. Jnmes. 

VII. Lucy, bnpt. nt l>evize«, 1001, bu- 
ried Qiid July, 1667. 

Richard Lomi, the third «on of Tboma* 
Long, of Devizes, lorn 1st Aiif^ust, 1655, 
niiNaldcnnaii of Nen' SHrnm, anr) .Berred the 
oSice of muyof of Uial city. He m. 4tli Ja- 
Duary, lG7tf, Alice, tbe daugbtrr of — Ivie, 
and dying I'itb July, lTtZ-1, n-Hfl buried at 
St. £dmuud'a church. New Sarum, left 
issue, 

I. Richard, of New Samni. bom 30th 
Septcmlier, 1 0H4, and died unmarritid, 
I:'>tii St-iiteiiihi-r, 1736. 

II. John, died young. 

III. WiLTEit, ofwhom preBently. 

IV. John, of Freabaw, county ofSomh- 
aniptou, born )6th June, I6DI. 
Hr died uiinmrried 23rd November, 
1712, A^vtl furly-une, and nas buried 
in St. Kdmiind'ai church, New Saruni. 
l\v devised his e.<itate at Prrnliiiur, to 
Lilt brotlier Walter, for life, and after 
hia deceate, to John, the eldest «od of 
his laid brulber Waller, by lu« dc- 
eoud nife, Philippa Blackall. 

V. Jarars, died vnuni;. 

I. Elliiior, Wru' latirNoreniber, 1080, 
murriifd Thomas C'lar«, eM(. of lloy- 
te»bury. W Ui«; died Jith May, 1744, 
without i»9uv. 

II. Alice, bom 'i^itb June. I0b3, mar- 
ried Mr.l>f nut It; died lltbPeb. I7M. 

Ml. Anne, bom 27lli Nnvemher, lOHd, 
married the Kcv. Jnmes trie, of Aab- 
more. county of Dorset. She died 
13tb July, 1734). aged forty-four, and 
«*«• burled at A*bniore, leaving four- 
teen 8urvtvln)£ children. 

IV. Klixnbrth.born Ulh December, 1003, 
married, lirsi, Jiinicd Ueiinelt. of tbe 
eity of New Sarum, and afterward* 
of Badi, merctiant M r. Betinrlt died 
in 1710, nt ilnlh. She innrried. sc- 




,).■■ Mare^ 1719. Jflfca God* Jn. 

iOMfenk «MriB, BUiM ISih 

cftMch. >i'«w SarvM, la i«lui 
M^t ■», m( tf t. E>>mi*. Loorfea. 



7A MMck. I7M. 
Tt. Jaat, born 3ltf Jattsary. 1(94. at. 
Ut. Skrplira Frj. of AjkfTOV*. 
0Mak. boca l«8w 4M TMBf. 
. Sank. Wra IMi Dvcraber. ITTO. 
«a4 Srt* 0««aWr. 174A. 
Imct. tafa Mik Mar. 1103. dm) 
WfM I4A SepMhar. !?«;, 



WAins Liuw, M^ of the dly of New 
of Prrskjiw. in Il«Bip«hin*. iinti of 
Flarr. in tlw rooalj vt Somvnrl. Iwim 
AphL lti^> m>rTi..|, firM, auh l>r- 
rr, 1717. ' .;litcr of Hol-rrl 

MoHar. sent. » h - . m ihr eountr of 
Haal*. aad by hrr, irbo died llUi April. 
tf33«b*4kn«. 

I. WAltrr." of Linrolo'* InR. •a4 of 
Murhcln«T.«Mifit> of Sonu-rM't, bom 
11th Japnnrv. 1722. Hr nui • 
brarbrr uf fjncutu's lpn, nbiI, for 
forlv-fi'^'' \t';ini jmld*" of tliv Shi-riff's 
Court, in lutiiliin. Mr d. uBinArriftt, 
HlHi) Mvrcli. IM)7. iiK*tt riglity-fuur. 
ftad «a* burird in tb«> cathedral 
clturv'h of Srw S«runi. 

I. Mftry. (Iicil 6ih Mi), t7'£l, sp^ fnar 
^f>«ir». (iun»l nt St. Thoma*«t Nrw 
8«nim. 

II. Kli«»lM-ih, died Itb Uaj, 1733, agvd 
two \rmr*. 

III. Ai'uii', dird lUk Drvrinbor, 1721. 
ngrd five Di'inltia, 

M' t-'"i. "* •t^oii'll?. 13tU April, I7*i7. «i 
^ (-|iun.'h. liArLini;, fjimdon, Plii- 

t, ., i^lilrrof JiJiu Hlai-kull.l of ImU' 

~ siinnl. Ill Klic:tlM-tli, dHU|;t>tfr of 

pl,*.l|...^<Thi«i'rB«',t'»q- Mr, lx.ni; 

M* > dfi"' I iiil for lii I 

(III, «i>i ■ ortivr ijr ' 

ibttMHiTM) Ilk lit)' jrar 174a. He iiird 



• Walter Imiik. of LlBiroln'* lun. «n. •l*«'lH>tl 

^.i.t.i .11 y.iix-irx'iilim- to ill* ImIMmmImt, 
i** hmU ; in 
" iffuwl l.rmc. 



lAA Jiumary, 1700, irvd crrcntr- 

■M barird IB 8l. T' 

Safvs. Philifirpa. 

I7M, and aioft} , .n-n \i.i:i i.m 

TTiBWiitclwnvb. NfM ifanini. U 

her aaM haalMUHl, ^h lUtrr I^hik, 

II. Jonx, of irfcaBl prrt'ittly. 

III. Samwl. rfi|. or Nrw t(a 
I73.S. dird Janiinry, 1HI3, 
«rnU-»ix. onmnrninl. 

IV. Hr'nrk, botii l~:tH, r/. the cjimt 

V. J(tmr%, born 1742. dii-d 1743. 
n. Wtlltun. of Mttrwcll Ilnll. 

rouDiv of ilnnu, and of Much 
tn tli<> cDiiiil> of SonwrM-t, caq 
1«)> Juni>. 1747. H« marrM 
(far dausblcr of Kduiuml V>t 
t?*q. of Warloii, in tin- Luiint) u 
caster. »ad dyinit, *2-llh March, 
without [wuf.'nHs buried in lh«i 
drill rburch of Nf w Surutti. 
tv. I*bitipiM. born l7'iU. ninrrird 
OruTe.fPu. of Fcm, ciMUitf J 
aitd dird in 1806. a^ed ^ 
learine uuu*. 

V. Elixitbetb, bom I7:il). mi 
iuK. I7fl». Edwnrd Hud| 
Abbey Manor, l->t'»lian). 
M'or^-pptfr, itnd nf Hi« rity 
She dird ir^'ill, aKcl ninriy 
burird at WaU-ul i-Uurcli, Ualj 
Icfl iMUe. 

VI. Anur, bora 1733, mai 
Kenlry, and died Milhoal 
great «gr. 

VII. Lucy, died I7t)i Nwnal 
burird Bl !sl. Thonwu'*, N< 

«ltl. filcni.or. Ii.irt- ■•'" 
I73fi, dii-d unau. . 
•ertrn. 1Mb Mar.-., -. 
buried at Sl Tbomaa'a obi 
Samm. 
Tbr eMr#i wn of i^ 

of llniiu, bom ill 

lober, 177». at Si. 1 

Samitt. Ellen, onl) *untuu^ tiau^klt 

eventual hein-M of Kobert HipfiiMrr 

vliani, e«q. of StAufoo FiU" u 

county of \\ ilt*. nml of Abb"' 

the county of Suiiirrttel, reljci oi ii 




by bte wifo, EbaalMth Uodmn. hwl 

Join nwi»n. nU'. uiMiB tin (Uath 

HIackKl) •'watyafOtai 

•^Ittiom I »« i i«ei B i ! ia< 



torn 



*'\- 



... n,.- 

u, >>L.i Uisd tuiaurriw!.) 
Londuo, amrchant, whp. 



hUrUli. tm^ it ll 



tbf> rntiil. aa<l ^ 
Ourry-vix. wbn 
la«r, U allrr laaE, ratf 

fiaadtott of lb* ama Phitapf • Laaig. 



ihii ff 



^fSSm 




of ChraJtant, to HrrlfonlAhirf. 
finbrr, l*>»H. aavl lorH -llirpe. 
rd in thr cltiirtb al ('iirli'tn)i>- 
it " i.i. lie ilit'tl lOtti 

f ■!(•" '•'> vr;A!> tiurir4l in 



h\r, •rmJw of crou-rroMlets 



Crnt— Out of a dnc&l.corooei or, u detai- 
lion Tftnipnnl arg, 

^ fill I tt^Pii^ax qiioiquo prPUX. 

L'llalei — Haniiisliirc.Somrrsrtsliiro, Dor- 

Toiin Itrntlence-~ii'2y Sloulagu-tquiire. 

Stats — I'rfbliaw IIoum, n«ir Biakop'* 
WiillliKni, IIhiiu. and Jlasclcy Court, D«ar 
Teuworlh, Uxfurdslurv. 



TRENCHARD, OF STANTON. 

CHAHD-ASHFORDDY. The Rev. JOHN, D.C.L. of Stanton, in the county 
of Wilth. d. in 1771, m. firit, Martha, daughter of William 
Croft Cooke, e»q. of Loutlon, and ha^ had by her, who d. 
ia^l832, two soqb and fuur daughtvrti, viz. 

Joiin-Tukschabd-Chaven'. iii hoty orden, M.A.or Tri- 

liily L'ollf^r. Oxford, b. in IHOO! 
Wali4-r, in lioly urdun, M.A. of Trinity College, OxforH. 

RUcit, m.io llie Kcv. Ed^va^d Rowdm, ricar of iligb- 

worth, Wilts, and d. in 18;M, leaving a daughter. 
France)), rf. in latl. 

Bmina, m. to ih« Ucv. Antlionv Cmwdy. 
MuJ7, </. in IH3I. 

H(> wedded sprnndly. in 18^4, MU« firooks, of Kingham, 
in llt« county of Oxford. 

br. Trenchord, whose patronymic! ia AHiiPORnnr, aa- 
eunu-d by royaJ license the additional auraame and anna of 
Trcucburd on tho death of hia mntornal uncle, Jobn-Wil- 
tiftDk iiippi»ley-Tr«nchard, ««q. of Abhotta Leigh, in tlic 
coonty of Monier»et, to a moiety of whose estate* he §uc* 
ceodtid in 1801. Me inhcriied Stanton, Maraton, &e. nt 
Ibo decease of ttia father in 1778. 



Umtoor. 



of iftnFnnnnT waa ancient 
kU tu the county of Ldcckter. 



MA. fcb Itrlr. 


. raq. of CheabuDt. in 

' irt in70. wns twire 

Mary, diist 17th 

uif. Ilv hiiia«>i.-oud, 

/ Glh April, 1774, 

(.-JtUl-, 

re 


MM. >l 




.(■ Chil- 


Itf TTW 




.. '..-■, IM. to 

A. bari. 


■#—' 


■' 1 to drtith. 
Ai«l ia 1747. and ynt r. by 



iWMMr^ ' hciiliiinl, A. in 

«l.33ad i 17fttl, EllrTi. 

tmA mnLu.1 L< irt'M (if Hohfft 

Ciwwctfrt. tt\. of Staotutt. in 



\Vilt«, and of Abbotts fjcigh, in .^omersel- 
fhire. and dying in 1778. aped IJft\--Iwo, |pft 
an only son nud >iirrf»9or. the proacnt Hkv. 
JoMK AMir(iflUBl-T(UNCH*RIt. 1>.CL. of 
StanioD. Hi« widow kimIiIciI, ^fcondly, 
John I»ng, e5i|. of Prmba^r. and wns mo- 
ther of the present Walter Long, enq. of 
Prsihaw. 

ArmM — Party per pair; the dexter side 
paly of lix nT%. And lui. Ihr KiriistiT nz. for 
Tnt'KVM.mn: (|u«rirriiiK Asnronnov. 

f.Vrii — A dexter arm lioldinti; a hattle- 
nxe. 

JVolfv— Noace teipnufn. 

lUtntn—\n ibv connlie* of Wilts, Uere- 
fonl. Ht'clfonl. mid Oxfonl. 

>Vr«i/— l^tuitnn lIuuDi*, near Highwurth. 



jTAiailc of frinrharD. of Dor«cl antr IBillf. 

n.-iliiniii di- Hiimriio, ICarl of Devon, 
gnuilcd Hordhill.in the Itle of Wight, unto 



iyn 




TRENCHARD, OF STANTON. 



rwirrr Th^v-h^d nnd li(« hrjra: onto 

«Ur^ it" ^i-AAr*. untoitjfnt Ditirrs, 

Hu^*^ ' -tii'l llu^li Tri-nL'li)inl, 

Ci.. I*i<;iiiiu» Trrrithnrd. Thir* 

I in the lliuv of A'iri<; IIi:\llY I. 

Ml. >r. 

\N . iiTKClilRD, noil wilnM* lo a 

4fw, loiitr InnuIftronrprnineiiORie 

Ihi' itMril, Uiar of King 1If.NHY I. 

M»l -'U<. 

KoBtNT, hw hrir. 

i: < ^nuK^, iswitripu taagriot 

>» < ' < uRimoni of t'tirUtcharoli bv 

u< KtHlvt'iY, Burl uf Ltrvon, which 
■ ■ • H hi«ff MtNRY II. (HOI). He 
nna nUo it witttrM unto thr grant uf Ga)- 
lllititi itf triaiila, ton uf Jortlnn do Inttuln, 
mndti iiiilii till! nbbi^v of (^unrntra. in the 
ltt*< <ir Wlitht, of h'id Qiill uf Schxldfliiit. 
lie bttd 4 Aon and lutTcssor, 

lltKiNV THrNnttNo, of Mordhill, wbo ii 
n nlliiraA unto iht- ^riuit of William de 
Mill i« (I'AlIr'd Vfrnoii). Kitrl of Di-von, 
■Milf tiiiiu tlif atbry uf Vunrram, in tin* 
Jut iif WikKi, of thr acrricrof eitflity-i-iiilil 
•frr* of Innd in his mnnor of Wvlford ; 
until Hdlch iH'"')! Mnbt^ll, rnnntriwi of l}v- 
(iiH, Will »\»n a witDCS<, which Mntioll di'.-d 
H A'iNjf JoiiK. lit^nr^rTrt-iicbard and Hmrv. 
h|i Mu, uriaiitfd hall a hide of Iniiit in 
I'arlrtoa uitto Juhn Curlluii, hiv facr mittt, 
III liuhl uf liiiu and hi* ht-lrn, l<"vini; yi'url)' 
(I'll uliilliiit;* ktrrlin^. f<ir thr trnti uf four 
w«i« i which Rrnni, Hrnry, thr nou, i-(iti> 
nnnrd hy aaotUer doil unto H nlior, luiii of 
iiilin ('Mrlluii,t*\)>n'Kf>int(lhr iirAnlol Menrv, 
hli raih«T. Tfst. WiUiani8|iilliiiiin,Thotnaa 
i^'ritrmy. John dc Campaniiin, Itirhard dif 
^ * ". ami otbrn. Ilnnn- Tri-ntihard 
1 itin-f Mjiii, Ilciir)', Ualdwjn. and 

Thp rld««t, 

HiH Hkmhy TKEhCHkHP, Lni. confinni*d 
nnlo Waller li* Francoii land iti Liiipwuod, 
whidi llrnry. hin father, hud lurmirly 
Uroitti'd. To hU Krant unto Carlton it nii* 
iirvi'd hi* teal manual. Ilr prnnti-d unto 
IJoldiriii. '■'> liiniliir ilir l-iiuj iu Srbnid- 
n^iit nliK I ' r. foniH-rlj 

hrdi, the lltrir unrlr. 

k«'ld , IJki'wiM- [It Walcrnnd. liin ma, the 
I.iiiil Ht.irh Italdwin.atid \^ lUiitm Iha vicar, 
' t*, hold lorinrrly in tlio manor of 

. t ; to nhit'h tfmnl nrr wiinrMcs, 
i>(»iu. \V altcnv dc TltililKiritr, |{fi;iiinld 
di* riiititt> Ailnm il" I'liiiiitl'iii, Mii'hntd dr 
1 I Thia lIcnrvTrvfiirltanl, 

1 '..birr mid lirirrM of — 

i* ail r'jiul. ii!i'! I'" '■••Ur, 

t. J»tiM. ttl* hiir. 

II. ^^ nIrrMtid, •••. . 

I. UMnor, M. Kobrrl If OutOO. 



The rider koh, 

Jmo TKr-MiriiARD, of Ilordlil 
Ditto Walcnind, hia hrothrr. a tri 
jiiiciiui; iiiilii S(-hi»ldlliiil.wlii(.li trtjtr 
nail) Walrrand ri'^ruiilril i)}^tiii by , 
dnd unto John, \t\t> hnltirt ^ 
iiaini- orcum in m;iu)' aiibim|t 
He Irlt iuur, 

I. JoHh.ofHordhiU. 

II. Wnterand. who had two 

1. Ht-ur>-. of Srbaldflil 
Eltnoora , and 

Hrnry, nho dif>d M< 

HI. Hiiton. I 

Et;)diu», left •' 

and lirirrv*. w 

rird John r> 

2. John, irallrd Wi 
Icn a aon, 

Richard, livia^ 17 
The elder Mn. 
. John TKruiCiUHP. of Honlhil 

Marram , who rr|rii»il ibr 

dowrj- unia WitliTKnd Trruchaf 
dated 13 A'tny rpWAHD H. Hi 
bis »un, 

RiCMAnD TiiE-vciiiRD, who by 
17 h'ivij EuwAiin H. nud by an 
dati'd -ii A'iMQ RiiWAHD H. i^mil 
TrcncbAnl.nun uf Jobn and bi 
urd. togctlipr nitU a (dntd nf land 
(tint unto .\dain Gunibald, tirmr 
flinC, by deed dntrd 1 A'iny El 
Tliv Rianor of Scbuldtlint waa «| 
fine iinin Hoiiry Trrncbard Bod 
hia wifr, and ibr heir* of their 
EdwaKU II. Kii-banl m. sittd lei 

Hicn- -- 
who uiii <J| 

of i^ir \'iiMiii. if.iuiMi.u. AIM .^ 
The said Itivbtird i;r;int>-d Srbal^H 
John, bill mill. ">•■' -^.i .H i... .. - -^H 
ofWilUmn M ■ 31 

Ed» (K|) 111. , 
bill 30 uiid :il A'injv Eu<' 
held litT fimt t-ourl »t l\ 
lit, Tbry led i»»u<r, 

Jiili> TkI-inxiukd, who uai 
dntiKhlrr and to-hrir of Will 
by ^lar;i.1^^'l. dangbtrr nn-I co-l 
l»t-rl Culr«, of F- Hw 

8oinfrftrt, and rrli. . .iq ^i 

whom he left a sou, 

KicHAifiTiirvnuiip, who 

garrt . and by hi-r, who 

roDdly, Kubert Dinv!--. bml .i »^n, 

HiMll TRFJttH . 
Ihrr Baldwin. Tl<> 
la the l«lr of ^ i^^Ul ai au 
Wiiituii 3 Ktmy Utstr VI. lie 

Hl^\KV Tlll.Hri(4N|t, nf Hoflllll 

Chrutuuia, daughter aiul 



TRENCHARD, OF STANTON. 



CMq. af Hitm Mobun. by JoAnnn, 
mmI lirir vi Jobit Jordan, ttq. nf 
Intl. moA thu4 ncifiiiri^ \N'olvcrt<)n 
■ MolMti. Henry Tr<-ncliiir(i*» nami- 
la dcrdi tl«ic«l 'jy A'injr Hi siin VI, 
I& KiMf/ VLo'fiRV IV. ^biirlly nfler 
ime he dfcrtl. B> bift mnrriiige b<> 
« pckl aMittun of ritUtt!, Biitl bad 



,.i _.. — 



.' D, knt. of Wolvorloii, 

I. „ --■-'. wbo iDBrricd. first. 

•ft* itmj^f— of Jobn Wvke. of 
I ll(V*aB. wborf. J. p. : amt ^^I'ronilly, 
■, daagbler of John Ptiilinl<^, of 
tifl. 1>Drvt. b\ Mbniii bfl bad iasup, 
■^ r.b heir. 

.«bo m. Araa. daagb(«r of 

iituv.* Ilnaull, of Biirwick» Oorwt, 

Iftd famd a auo, 

Ttaomat. of LichctMnltnttiTH, yrbo 

— . H*«rU*a,!iij|pr mid ru-brir of 

r«r ^ U L}ac)«. atid IffC a 
s; 



irir. of Uchel, who mnrried 
MarfCnrrt, diiuj;btpr of Sir 
Robert Dnir;. knt of the 
cooatjr of Buckiiigbani, anil 
wlwae MKi. 

(tt>nrgr-, Aold Ijchct to 
Sir iScorge Trencbttrd. 



ft|(mr«, tbtrd Banm of Dimstpr. 

hu cwd* on tbp \mrt of tb* Em- 

« aKviiut K'mr iUrrarN in MTi ^ 

Rffinald dc Moban. Bmnm of 

ibfi aucfcaaita bnruita uf lb« 

ttam a jmuifw m>b. John Jv Alottyn, 

of Uan Mobun. of i»bam John 

" ' ' ' ' iiranna. 

■I Nor- 

Uichurd 

triM r*^'"''"*^)^ "f .'"bn 

1^ I' I . wbn n. J<»ti, (Iaii|thm 

■f Jdu J^dan, CM) • of Wolvvirtoii, muI 

■r af ChOatnu, ai. aa is tbf. utt, to 



i»*a Tat-MWAaB. *•<]■ urn anil hnr nf Sir 
T*iM>iHtfd. of WalTsrlon. by hia wecond 
■ <l« h l.yfida,iti«m«d fUnocr.ilaagbtcT 

i^* fflru.<>«iiv*. Vni. cf AilMboij, and 
bar >ndlj. Tbomaa, aon 

Or ' "on. 

jal aa>< >'••'.■.— i^. <>i Wolvannu. wha at. 
», flaafbui of Hrr Joha tlorwy, kM. of 

1 1. br b'- ' -" 

T«wMi. 1. wbn 

QHMtt P H. iU 

Mm 1.1 



MwkcnUM, bl 8ai 
J««, tWMbbv of 
Tb>wiaCbaAa.of 




. . . • roonoa, 

. , _i. ta Jnbn >r*>^". «|- aun of 3u 

frMte, kai-ofSlMraton. H;lbaAnBwr, 
Md tiaa* daofbton, Ti«. 



Thp elder *on, 

Srit TiiouasTrenciiard, knLof Wolv«r- 
Ion, iti tlio 13 [Ii:>i;it VII. witli many otbtfr 
i!iiiiTi<-iil ((entK-mrri uf ibv Wi'st. broii);hi 
liiui-ly aiit to ihf- su<-<:'Our of Ibc- i-ity of 
E\elef, llii-n bc«ici;fii by Pi-rkhi Warbctfk 
and the (?ortiiflli rehf !» ; niid in ila- *il<it vf 
ibi' itnme r«>tsn. Sir Thoniniit t*nIerUini>d al 
his buKSf, Philip, Kinij; of Oaslilo, nbo was 
conipvUrd by teDi[)f»t to put ialu tlio port of 
Wcymoatb ; and iJu* monnrch remained at 
WoUrrtoD uolil bis licpiirturi' for Windtfor 
to vh\\ the king. He m. first. Eliwibeth, 
dAU(*bter of Henry Str.inf;«wayfl; aecandly, 
Aniui, daugbtcr of Thomna Oe l^a Lyiidv; 
and tbirUiy. Edilha, diiu^hter of John 
Hyrdi'tord. By tht second wife bo bad 
itiuc, 

I. Thom*s, of Wolverton, luiccstor of 
tbe Tkkkcharos, of Wulvertun, 
Warinbull, Bloxwortb, tiv.i 

II. Kicil-tRD, of wliojte lino we liavc to 
treat. 

III. Egidiue. I. 

IV. ObriMopbiT, S '• ^" 
I. Edilbft. 

Tbe aecond (uin, 

Kichakd Tkesciiarp, who was of Nor- 
iaini;loii. in the countyof Wills, wa« ^rand- 
rallier uf 



t. Tim»*« (Sir), bk hmr. 

II, John, o( Wsrmwell, in DofMlahire, wbo 
M. Jan<>. dau|:rbt«r of Sir Jobn IttidnRy, of 
Stnbo, iti KntooriM'fabin', and bad na« sou, 
John, wlw d. uoin. and five daogbt^ra, 

Penelope, d. aninaiTii^. 

Franrw, m. to I'oloniil Jobo Bingluun, 

of Uinptbinui MekotatM*, itt Doraoi- 

a)nn^. 
Urac<>, M. In CnlonH William SydenJiqni, 

of WinTord Fafcbr, hi Doraetabin. 

Jano, m. to Jobn Sodl»r, a»q. 
KliiatwU). d, unmamed. 

III. tip-tr^e (Sir), who J. », i». He m. first, 
Kliulx'lb Wbimn, of Uriatot, and •». 
condly, l.iJv I'l-tipl'nin r>'Arry, daughur 
and ru-lunr nr 1 bumtu, Eori of ItiTon, wbo 
waa loft a widow ai unrenlecrn. Sh« 
waddml aecDnillv, Sir Jolin Oaco, knt. and 
tkirdlr. Sir WiltiuD H<nT«-, knt. of Ick- 
woTth, in SufToIk. Tbi* ' Cur Indv md 
wmltby beiTi<«« waa wooed by tbr>s^ sgilnni 
« tbe Mtne ttma, aad tW knighbi an in 
cbiralrr bound, wtjw diRpoaral to rontMt 
ibv rnxMe with targe and lancv; but th« 
lady bvTwIf forbad* tbe battl*. and nrnDcrd 
■be di*ul)«<li«nt knt^ita wiUi h«r vbimal 
di9ii1i>a«iirF. |ironii]iin|f joculvly tbat if 
tbey bad but pati^urt*, rIh' would Imtb 
thtwi all in iltvir tiinin. and niw. uclually 
fulSlIrd brr jininiiw, for ifav <>spo(UMl firat. 
Sir Gooi^e Tn«icb«nl, uf WoKrHon, u- 
eonil Iv, Sir J uhn (Jage. ofFQilr, and iliinlly. 
Sir Willitdn It«rrt>T,of kkwoitb. 

t. (inira-, m, iii Sit Jolin Suapgewa y i. knt. of 
Melbufy. UonaL 



T« 



TRBNCHARD. OF STANTON. 



WtixtiM TitTArtuRp. f*r\. of Nnnnlne- 
toD, who m. Jane, douf^btrr of Mauriir 
Kodnry, ef*\. of ftodnry Stokv. iii thr 
counly i)( Sjmrrfft. anil fitt<-r »ii<l (.*o-hrir 
of Sir Jolm Kfxinry, \u\. By ttijs Itiily Iil* 
Irft M lilti dr(M-a94* {liin will wiu pra«nJ in 
1.W1 ) four Min*. iiujnrlt , 

I. FKt!>iCi)i, of Normaiititii, nbo d. ntli 
Nuvoinber, 103A. Ilia only child, 
RlixNbrth. died in iDfant-y. 

II. Kdword. nf Mauni Trrnchiird in 
1031. H. f. p. Mount Trrnclinnl niu 
(Crnnlrd t'> Frnnrin Trrnclmrd l>v 
A'inj7 jAMt:x I. I3lbiune, id tlie U»li 
year of bu reinn. 

III. John, of wbom pnicotljr. 



ti. ABOP.M.tri Nir)K>lwStniifewBj«,yuiiDpT 

brother »f Sir Jobn. 
tti. Klinbatbt M. to Sir Jolin BrowiM, bnt of 
Knatpbm. 
Tlw flldMt MO. 

Him TnoMU Tiuvminn, km, nf M'nlvitrton, 
UriaK in IMO. ■. ElbaWUi, siaivr and ca-beir of 
Ouubtplkir MoiyMi, rvliDl of Motbrd, by irbiim 
i» bad tm*. 

t. Thdmjii, hifl bar. 

II. (>«ir)^>, h. in 1017, bft iMOv. 

III. Jobu, f , 
ir. Lbruiii|>bnT,{ 

I. Anne, «. i» John. ><>n nf .Sir VVmitn Dpd* 
diii|;l»n, Vni. of lln^ivr. 

It. UisAbxlli, m. la 'I bttttiaa, ima «ut beir of 
H>in|ifyl<lr t'hafin. Mq. of Cb«<t(t>. 

in. Orvfp, n. lu William, aa& of Sir John 
VnnW, bwl. of llvno. 

IT. June. 

y. pMuJcfpa. 

VI. Bnilgwt. 

m. Mary. 
IIm nldMt Mm, 

l'NoiuaTai.vrBAan,Mq.or WoNartoa.iurnMj 
Ilaniii' ' I r of lUben l\wal»y, tm\. of 

fiiwii ::j'*liini. Mid ImiI UaiMi 

I. , : — , ;.i> lirir. 

It. .fuhn (Sir), kul. of IltDiwnrUi, nbo nan 
■wpm tmx i>f hi* ttia}"Mii>* |inart|>al wrrr- 
larira of ■latf. ud uf tb«> iMiry couaul, y5ril 
Marrb, tW^I-X \\* bait btwa wi|:a^ 
da^y witb tbp Daka of Moonottib. and 
WM at dioaar arjlh Mr. W.Spvka. at llnun- 

ttw. -1- -II.-...1C. iirnv^il of Tfan drfaoi 

of L -'noot. Mr. 

Tri-'' ii-rnl Ilia Imna, 

aiid «JtuMl Alf. S^wV- (>' ilu ika Moiti, \t^ 
h» •buulil h" aoiiuit anil WifTMl fot bin at- 
tar hninii < ■■ I '^IflHlia 
LJtcbrt , - hg«ua, 
RNiraalnl u,^—-.: >>• ■— .—.^^ ■-. llio ]«rk 
baloa^iof to th* htapar. wboa b» •*»( to k- 
cora ttia a |iaaaaf:»aii board a vnaacl at Wev. 
inagth. Imlition MTt, U tbr ■lotnrnt Iia 
waa Mbbarfciuf , bia trvrud :$p«ka waa bu)|t- 
Utc bafac* bM uarn door at Ihntnatar. 11* 
•aWqiMNHly bacapaa iha emlMaWHt friaad 
of JCa^ WiMrim. ^d uo tba aoMnitw at 
4bH MOMtt-k. «•>■ mm\w c>iiaf jaabm nf 
ClMMr. llr n. I'bibji. daufbtar ofOaorjc* 



IV. Henry, of C'uittrid|te,whi 
dnugbtcr uf — Tuw«l. of 
SorarraoUltir'*, mtiH bnd M 
drfii, «vlm all iltr-d viiuin 
Trcnrliiinl'* it ill waa 
cembrr. IMl. 
The (bird aon, 

JdiiK Tfii'^ciunD, ?sq. of M 
cbnrd. and of Snitford. in (hr m' 
rarntpt. trnrrird Anne, il: 
of Eilward Nrvillr, r<r I) 
r«>lic( of hoiilbt-bll or Siiiitli\«i-ii. | 
bia deccaiur (hia will, wbich bean 
Auf^nst, m4U, waft prorrd aOth 
1061) a aon and auccoaaor, 
WiLLUH Tke>m:hajib» m^. of < 



S|>^ktt, aaij. tit V 
wbo wtMlui^l. ' 
at faiB dnrnup m ]• 
t»r«. KtiiaN*t)i, la. ■■ 
CbarniinUvr . Mr^ 
Ml]. <>!' I'nrttTi I ■ I I I 
Urooiflald. M^..- ltiv« 
all if. *. p. aicVfrt tlw 

Umaoi, mho «rt<dd*4 ^_ 
'rBi.>rtJiA ao, add of wbon 

I. f'lixalwlh, M. Ill Jobu lT*«y, 
t^iiaHiraatafau*. 

II. Anna, m. to Waltor firbfi 
borraitb. 

m. Maty,B».tDjobaSD«tM>y,aaq*' 
Tba aldnt wa, 

Tnoiijial'aBKC3tAao.«ai|.ofW(di 
Dridiiart, Ml. Aaoa.dauffkm uf T 
of CoartNiroiiifb. aiid Mi, n ilk a 
ai. to Tbooiaa TarbarviUa. aaq. 
Doff b ira. a itai, 

(.'oitivtL 7'MUMAa Tai.«t-nAan, of 
M. !'■ for WonJaua iu lii9S nd 
riivMn- I6RV. mxI r«r Dor*- 
1701. Ila M ):]i(ji}«'ii>. 4«U|t 
nini;, iiim), nf i' ';ul 

17d\Mi anr,' 

Mjihv TatiM .1 — .. .\ ..it 

I^V4, wb<) HI, (111 r'miiiliMKt! 

larv injuncUun ol \\*<t faibtrt 

TrMirJiard, aai}. and bad ta»Mn, 

I. Uaoaui, b«r bair, w(iu ai. 

jaaat, aud A. \HL iitUibm, 



jaaat, 

laaua. 



1. Wilbam TiwiiikwJ, <af,J 

loo. who aa. lith AafBili T'' 

AnM-lFa, ilnflMir af J«' 

Uarxb, l'.atl uf (*Unr 

t. <iiw»Tc» Tiriirbwd. LI. i 

LKr(it>< .Maluafrra, wW| 

Anaa Uaria. iLwu|;fau* of \ 

Raaica. knu of \U 

0aAay«.. ebiaf 

pkaa, am] d. *. p. ta 

n, TbovMa, d. «. f^. 

m. J*ka, of Siouniuaalv 

■ijaafaiaar of lasjM, d. i- 
t. llmnMla. m. to Joealym] 
Ubiiwonb. and liad taaat 
It. Marv, m. to Rirbird 
«a.| . of W hitauBittf » Md I 



TREXCHARD, OF STANTON. 



tft 



of Sir llwtr^jf Nor- 
[in Somerst^bliire, nud 

k, his heir. 

m. to (Icnry LoDg, <-bi}. ot' 
LaliMnt. 

*. In 107*^, fn. to RiclianI 
). MUd li. «. p. 
ba]>L at Sortb Brndlcr, 
lero, wlio Ml. in Koii, 
^blirv, esq. of Staiilotit in 
t, ami li'itl iMiiu', 
tH nifri%ir.Y, or StRitfnn, 
rkltrriff fur Wilt* ; i. iii I*ll7. 
,|>. In I7!t5, aud vtam buru-il 
UlOD, 

HirriKLKT, of whotn jire- 
brir to hia umlc, Joiiji* 

III. CM]. 

■ ' i.ft, hi 1716, rf. in 
Ni i:untiiioiier ol' 

l)\for«l. 

22c(l Au^'ust. 1710. aiced 
rk<i ul Nurtii UnuUcy, and 
•on, 

ItlP. fsq. of Ciitteridjp.', b. 

N'orlon.' of 

. Thi* gen- 

I -ion. aiitl « 

I Mtatrti In 

n>ii»iiiL-r.>:j!L i(.')iuijwi'>ii bv 

I>- In IflUrt lu- jniblisIicH 

1 >rvll known 

iit, slirwii>g 

MFii-iFiirnl nitli n 

luti-ly di'AirtKtiti- 

'*'<'i nionArc))\." 

lion, mid bv 

"iH-d prtally 

I 'In* {i!irli)i- 

itiriii}^)l ivith 

III home bit) 

' army lo a 

iiUrd. 2hi(4'i*I oonuional 



pnmphli'ls, a« various ntntP ofcurroDcvA 
nrtwr, c^iitie from t>i9 p^n, nnd mrl ivitll * 
llAltrriuj{ rrcpplion I'rom xhe publk. IIiii hii 
wo mo«t disfiiiguialit-'d work* wtTc '* Cnto's 
IjgUcm," and "Tlit li.dfprndfut Whig." 
The objt^rt ut nhk-b the iurmer poiiitt-d wrb 
Wtv iidniiiiistmlidii in »talr ; tbc latli*r was 
dirrcted aguliisi tlir bi^rarcbyur tlii> cburcb. 
They both made ilicir ntipcLtrniice in 17211. 
Mr. Trphi'hartl rpprcai'iittd tli« borotii^h of 
Tauntin iti pHrliain'-'itt. nud wus a loidiug 
oiember ot ihi' Huu.^'- ol' Commons. lie m. 
.\iinr, dnnglilrr of Sir M'illiam Ulnckell, 
liiil by her, who m. *fi:oiidlv, Mr. Oor- 
dun, had tm ii«MiP. Hp li, \Gl\% DerenibiT, 
172:), and wah j. at Cuttcnd|;e and Alil>ott«i 
L(>iB:b by (thv second son of bta aittvt Pran- 
ces) his nephew. 

Ki>BERV HlPPlSi.tY, tsq. of Stanton, h. m 
17\C>, nbu AASuined, in ronsi-uuciicr, titc 
mldttiuDitl aiirname niid arniHnrTREKCti.iiiD. 
He w. in 17-W. Marj-, only daughtrr of 
John (iori-*, fflij. of Salisbury, and bad issue, 
JuUN Willi iu, hiz^ heir 
Ellt*ii» /'■ 7ih Seplr^mber, 1745, nho ni. 
tirst, in I7litf. Jobii AHtifordby, eaq. 
of Chtftbuiit, Uerl», by Hliom he bad 
a son. 
John A^mfohppv, D. C. L. who 
liiiviiig as.<>uinrd the adtlitinnal 
fturtiaiiie of TkkncuakI). is ibr 
prrtenl Ker. John .4hiiFui(t>BV 
TRF.xcMAnrt of Stanton. 
Mrs. Afehl'ordby weddi-d arcondlv,. 
John Lon)^. (■*<]. of Pn-4biiw, in 
Hiinip^iliirf , iMid ilii'd id I7tt8, li-aving 
ftnftlhor Sfiii, the pn-nent 

Waltkk L'lvo, vtq. of Preahnw, 

(M'f pFlRC 72) 

I Mr. HippisU'yTroDclmrd died in July, 1787. 
I nitcd s<fVfiily-ttvo, was buried nt Abbotts 

Luii^b, mill siKxrfdtd by hitu onlr eon, 
Jtiii<i: Wti.LUM llrv)>iKi.rv Tkkncii<ird, 

eaq. cif Cutteridg* and Abbotia Leigh, h. in 



^of AUmU I.«>igh,in ihrcuirnty 
■KtmImI 'ijtnl SwptvmlMr. 15M>, to 
Nsafov, lat. wkotJ. M EuiAaiTN, 

' fulbcr of 
', wboM 

>ttji Lmtcb, M. B. 

'r,,n .<> <l,r.....l..r.., 

■ f 

iiin 



M. I ■ m ad l y. Sw TluoiL}- BaLdwin, 

<S^). «/AUnna l^(li, km. who 
' X^r CoAataa U. at bit BHMiou, 



until be procured nmna for bi« escnnr iato 
Franc*. Hot- ^f..^,..l- t).:r.t ■JBu^^ttir of 
Ralph Firli' i 1 liytlicply. 

bin wifi", dnii'_ . ,-. Col|K-p- 

|i«r, of Hailing-, uuil il. ifill, April, 1715, 
■j^l niitv-Bvvt^i, Unring ui only surrivin^ 
^UpfbtOT, ^x~ 

Orhii, kIiu m. Sir lUchard <H>tbiii, of 
(iethiti tirull, in Irvluiil, dipil Mlb 
Ortobpr. 1097, ■|I^^J twm(r-on«, and 
wu hunnt in Wnriiuiiuilrr Ablirv. 
Kdwwd. 

Ellcm, wbo vrvntttallr inberit^d tba fsnuly 
proporty. hhm m. \\ii.iia« TniiirMABO, 
Mq. ofCuttortdBC, at utaifd in tlut trxt. 
Grar*. 
ilrnuof NnnTOjir, nf Ahb>rtt« T.ri||;b. Ar|r. nu n 
bvnd. cotu«d bctvtefo two boos ruujmil, m. Ilirv« 
Mcalliip xbi-IU, o<r. 

Armt ^ AiMtbm. Or. two Iwra g«, an a vliicf 
ta. an inaa«itl«bHn ami. 



80 



TRENCHARD. OF STANTON. 



1740, wlio died [wkIi'm iii IHOI, havioK 
dtrvurd hU estate* lo bi» two nrplirws (Uir 
MitiA of |jtf Abirr Eltrn, by her two liu*- 
IjuniUt, ilir flilrr (iT wlium is the present 
i)r. TftKKciiAKD, of .Sifinlon. 



RoBfKT IIuTioLiiY. of Stanton, in the 
cuiinl> "fWiltit. OiirtlBon of John Hipiiitilry. 
of Slnnr Edslnti, [ri Iht rodoty of Sonn/pii't. 
tiy r.li/al>i-lh. iliiu|;l)[cr nnil hi-in-iiA uf Juliu 
Ofgiui, B«c(. of Lnmbauni, in tlic i-oiinly of 
Bvrlkfl, (mf vol. i. p. ha»). Itf mnrni'd 
June. dBiiffhtrr Anil co-hrir of Willijiin Sie- 
Tfnlon, of Itdttri'll, in the t-oiintv of Salop, 
by wbiiDi (who was buricti lOtb ^L'plriuber, 
1670, Al tjtikDloo,) bo ten al his decease, in 
1007, 

I. JiiiiN, hU bf ir. 

II. Thoniu. h. 20th September. 1043, 
called of flNiuplon. ih. at Stanton, 
24tbAiiK<i«I.I0U6.Kliziibrtli.d.'iuKhlcT 
of tbo Iter. Tboma* Hotcbkye. rector 
ofSUuton. She </. 'iHtli June. 17W), 
bf d, the Mnie yrar, nnd wnn turii-d 
nt StUDion ; diey )ind five daughters. 

III. Kobrrl, *. l!>tti Frhniary, 1643. 
|\. \\ illinm. It. ami ti. 1648. 

V. William, h. I4tli llecrmber, 1063. 

VI. Itirhnn), h. UUi July. I«66. 

Vlt. Eilwanl, h. Iltb September, 10.W{. 
d. Miircb, IMBI. 

I. Eliubetb. b. IHdi JnoDary. 1046. 

II. Jan*, h. IC47. 

III. Dorotby, baptined 30lb Mnv, 1060. 
murriid Marcb IHth. 1077, <\'illittin 
Strattoxi. 

IV. I>«bonih. bnplizvtl iBt Januarv, 
I6SI. iDRrrtrd July 37lh. 1073. Ko- 
bcrt Ariioy, 'ind November, Iffrm. to 
Mr. Willlniu llNrLMlAlt-.and d. KM3. 

V. Abiteail, i. lUUi March. 1067, m. 
lo Mr. Taylor. 

VI. Mary, b. -i7th October, lOOtt. 
Tbe eldf^l mjr nnd heir, 

Jfiiih lliri'Uij:Y,orSUnton,baptltffl30tb 
Jiinuary, 1040, m. October lOtb, IfiO?. at 
Suntuii, Anne liippUley. aad d. Hay 16th 
IflUl. Icntinic iMui.'. 

I. Hobrri. iMptbrd lOtb Svptomber, 
loru, d. i.p. 

II. Jdiih, baptized 18lh AugMl, 1976. 



lit. Ricbardt bapUxed Tib Jaai 

1077. 
IV. Tbomaii, baptised :^lh Judo, H 

I. Anuie, buried tCOll. 

II. Jaitc, bapiiu'il 'imh Octi>ber, 1071. 
til. Annip, baptized 107'^ m — Adaiai. 
IV. Donithy. boptjsrd Wb Oclobw, 

1074, niArrird Edward Morris, dtadi 

17.VI. 
The eMc0t wn, 

JiiM> Hlrrt!*Lt;v,e9q.of Stanlufi. Vwipttatd 
IKib Aiic(i»t. 1070. married IT<W. Ki»*m r»,* 
ilnii.aiiili-ieiiiuJtlly t-o-hrirofWitiiiiiTitrJv- 
riltHD, (if Ciilleridfte and AbbocU Leigkt 
and bad bv brr. nho died 17^4, 

I. >V''iuj4M,of Slanlun.biEb klicnlTfor' 
Willi; biiiitiiwd 1707. 3. t. ft. 17^ 
buried al Stanton. 

II. KOBEKT. 

III. (Iroqe*^, lutpiir^tl S3r<1 Septrmli^^ 
1710, f;i'iitleniiitt LOiuinuiuir ofl'hrki 
church, Oxford, d. ». p. Janoarj^i 

nan. 

I. Ellen, baptizptl IHtb Aupuat. 1700. 

II. Antte, tiAplized .lift \\n\, 171.1. 
Tha second «on, 

Robert I1ippislf.y Trknciurd, nq. ofj 
Stanton, baptized 23rd Aoir ' '"' 
Mary.onlv dan^rhter of Jobu < 
eonler of Wilton, by Lmj, ' 
l>n\r»nn, <-imj. uf Aswrlj, N 

H tiom, who rf. '^Itb April, I'.'j..'. 

six, and Wn* buried at St. Edmnoda, 
bury, be left at bii decenae, lu I7tf7. 
JiitO'WiLUAM, liii bf'ir. 

Lucy, h. in 174», buried at .Sl fi4-] 

tnuiida. 

Ellen, m. fifil In 1700, John AilifofiltiT.' 
CM), by whom she had a snii 
sent 1>H. AftiifuRDBY Tm 
and secomlly. in I77I>. Jobii 
e«|. of I'n'ahnNi, by tiboni ake 
■on, tite present John Loxa, 
I'n-'Hhnw. 
Tbf odIv md and heir. 
Jnii\WiLLijmHtrri»LtiYTNi)ccH«K»,t 

of AhhnttJi Leii;!) nnd r .:' ' ' 
ber, I74tl. who d. s. p. i 
bis estates to bis tt^'o m |m.' ><^, ■'.• -'M 
bitt Hi»ti.-r Ellen, by lirr two bashaadj^ 
WIS buried at St. Edinuitds, Solialx'*'' 

* Mer sistor nwrhBd Uonry L«aft os-i ' 

•hUD. 




LOCKWOOD, OF DEWS HALL. 



LWOOD. WIIX1AA1-JOSEHH. esq. of IVwe Hall, in ihe county of Eisex, 
of Eppmg* Forest, and late a captain in the ColtlAtream Guardii, tn. 13lh 
1^ 1816, Racliael, daui^htcr of Sir Mark Wood, bart. of Gatioo, in Surrey, and 



1. Willuh-Makk. 
1. Matilda. 



9. George. 
2. Fanny. 



Tfmngf. 




^ 







^mBy of Lockwood * derives frotn 
ot the ttame in StnlTordthirr, nii 
Kbirti pMsrd ti> UtlU lo the- H«>ti- 
of 4'lir«hire liy tktt tuiirriii|;<> of 
I Hrnthaw wilh Amir, only child 
Hch*H Lwckwood, Tltat geoUemuu'ii 

ICBtnn LiKKVTOoD. die imtneiltalr aiI' 
>r of iIk- L.icl.w.ood» of Ks^r-K. riilrml 
bolj t>rt\rr», ami Mna inilmlt'd lo itip 
vg a( Tifltrlil ill I.V27 ninl tt> l>int;U-y in 
to ilt<> (-niiiily of Noriliaiu|>toD. 
->. IrmviiiK a boo, 
,'H i.witi>D, wlio poMMStnl |iro- 
< Id 4tnil 4inv(r>n, in tlir iMinr 
' i" l.'rfw, 'li-M»iiig two Bona, 
Tlif >'iun)cer, vicar of 
■ j>ri*t^ of 111* church prc- 
1 dwrng the ci>a wan for his nell- 



ia aastbar finnily of tba aaow of Lork.- 
>wfca duinr froni lAckwocnl io Yorkahirv; 
M r4>l ti^«uil rvtiMini; tlivili^tli ufoD^ 
im thm mfn of tMrjiau III. by ib« trva- 
r«f kto au«tt*M,«bueul hi* bow-unni; ^rlfn 
lii^»atf ■Inic ui uli i>Ii! tun IT iiriitlnl 
■ ■■ t-V 
thn 
iiin- 



kiiOK't) Attaclitnpnl In llie nivnl pnrlr. He 
fuui;ht nt No^ohy, and wha iin-rv n-oundt'd. 
Hf ti. iinni. Tlif eider broihfr, 

RlCtURP Lt»CKWooD (who rf. ill tn3>), 
mnrrird Mjiry. daujjllcr of Jonii's Konding, 
eJM). nikI had iMue. 

KiciuRU, his bpjr. 

Fmnrcs. m. lo Thomaj) Langley, eo^.of 
Ur'«rly, in Salop. 

Mary, m. lo— Jackson, rvq. of ElUtnm, 
in Kent. 

Amir. wi. lo — Cooke, e«j. of Ihe city 
of London. 
Tlie son nnd heir. 

Rinunn LocKfronn, raq. inberiiinff a 
strong atlnrhmeni to the unfurluiintt' houao 
of 8tunri, rffuited, »hi-n hi|rh »hcriir for 
Norlhiitnptonshire, lo carry a county ad- 
i\r€^ lo \Viu.UM III. on tlif occ-asion ofhia 
I'Mjin^ B viait lo Lord Sundrrlitnd «t Al- 
ihorpr. He m. Susaonah. daughter and 
nolo hrircM of Edward Colts, r»<|. with 
wlioni he aitpiired Mnldni laluiid. an mlaia 
At Mnyland, andjinulbrr At LiimlKiurnc; ilie 
\iM. Miltir(;ed by bis son, who nold liin i>ii- 
terital properly in Norlliampionnliirp. iie- 
cnnK- tho family rcDidenre. Ily lb** bt^irttsa 
'>r Cutis (who d. in I'W) Mr. Lockwood had 
iMue, 

I. CiTTTii, d. I. ti. np'd Ihiriy-six, 

II. Rit-'HARli, of whom prcurnlly, 

I. Antie, b. ill 16<f7, tn. lo T. K(»>dwrll, 
eM|. 

II. SusaniiAh, m. ta Dr. Shcrartl, die 
fiiinoua hoianiftt. 

III. Mary. m. lo John Oreen, esq. 

IV. Priacilta. m. lo Fdward Hurt, eaq. 

V. Elizabeth, m. to the Kw. Mr. Bar- 
ton. 

Mr. Lockwood d. in 1090, and was $. by his 

Bull. 

IlHrMAKn I^rawftOD. ew). h. In lOT'i.M-ha 
rcprpsentrd In «act:<'fljtiTt- pBrlinmcntd llin- 
loD. Worcester, niid London. Hr nt. Ma- 
lilda. ftist'T ot Sir Tlioma" Veriwn, of Swd- 
Imry, and had issue, 

I. RiCHian. h. in 1?I2. who m. his 
(-ousin .4nn(r Veninn, aiKl rf. i. f, 
ii 



M 



LOCKWOOD, OF DEWS HALL 



II. Joha, vko ■. M«tfl4*. dMcbier of 
— Camfs.cM.ofCuptlUf, Emtz, 
■ad iMd • iaa^%er. 

Vjun^K m. to Hnrr C«Jvein 
C«aon. v^. }-<Mnrr-»t mb of Sn 
Ljrikcli Sftlbbury Cotta«, \»rt. of 
CoaberowK, «M ka« kfoe. 

III. Eovuui.of whoa pmeailf. 

IV. T W » » *, who OL firat. Bridtri Mor- 
ri« : «od oecondly. isiw Wallrr. By 
tli^ ronner bf bu & aon, 

Hkoaiu, wka m. to 1780. durtoM^ 
dMghWr «f Lord George Xu- 
■m^«noa. of Kelbam, {d the 
ooonty of Nniiintfham. and bo* 
I. Robcrl-Ujuuieca. nbo n. 
23nl December. 1421. Lady 
Jalu Oore. lUugbicr of Ar- 
Ibor. te<aa4 Earl of Ama. 
3. Prrdorkk. 
a. Gv«rfc«. 

I. Horali*. m IU«I, to Ricbud 
TlbbMto. M^. i and Mcood- 
1y. 40* July, IKW. to the 

I'lou. Lt'^ut.-ColoDel Edw:\rd 
Mloiiforii, brother of Lord 
Connawn. 

V. WUUui. wbu m- Mary Bcanet, and 

1. Wniiain.*.fai l781,whoa*nuaed 
ibo aamuDC of MaydwelL He 
«. Jdiaa Hod^aoa. •*•! bad, with 
a daa^rter. ««. to — Yorkc, e»q. 
Wowaa, 

1. William. 
'2. licoric*. 

2. Kichnrd. A. in I7fl3. in holy 
(•rdrrv. prrhcBilary nf Prtrr- 
boronKh, whoM.'lnd Jaly. )7lJi>, 
Miiry, <tnu|[blcr of Lord (Jeort^r 
Miunt-r«-Sanr>n, and dyini{ lit 
Vovcmbrr, IK34^ IcA a dangh- 
Icr, 

Carolitu*, at. to the Rer. C 
Edridge, and baa iaaoe. 
Tlir tK(rd MU, 

1%* ff^.KawARD LocKwtMiii. ft. hi 17^. 
— ccaeilcJ to tbe cataie of Lambuumr. Hp 



i 



mt. fm, Locy, daa^htrr and beh«M 
Rer. Wtlllan DoivdciiwHI, nf Kh 
aecaadl;. Eliu Prroivjl; and ibird 
AHh, viiloir of Sir Jobn Rooa, of^~~ 
Bj Hi 6ni wife he bad 

I. WiUJ»a. bU hrir. 

II. Edwra/d. wbo Maomrd 
of PKKCIVJIL. Hr at. l.'Mi . 
Looiaa-Brid|t>eu dao|^ter a 
Gf^rgv Haancra-Sultoo, aM 
July. IHfH. Uariog iiMM 

1. Edward. 

3. George, drotiMed. 

I. I»utu-Elital>etb, d. 
^ Fanny, m, U) Ed«(«/d 8 
Miltliuay, fMj. 
xA III. Re*. iuho-Cuitu, who ak j 
^ daaitbirr of Tbuauu Boddbch 
aod had iiCQe, 

I. Rer. Joba-WaUaB. of 

^J\ bam. a*. Alicia, dao. of I 

^^ Pavts. F^. and baa two a 

Julia -On IN. 

&lwBrd-l>o«dcawclL_ 

1. AmeUa. 
a. Lacy. 

I. Antir, ai. 6rat. to 
eai]. : and fceonilly.tol 
eaq.: d. ■. p. 

II. FniDcea - Dorothy, m. aM 
17HU, lo Charlea Dmnmow 
baokor, of CharJOK Croaa, oi 
taaaa. 

Tbo videtl *on. 

WiixuM l»ri[nrtop. r^. wl 
blind at Wexlminiitrr School 
apiin#t Ibff otob, «. Mils JHiyl, 
of JoM-f'li Jr Ltt. cw). aod bad 
the )•< udM^OMPU 

nMj. 1)1 I 1. 

Arm* — Arg. afeaabctweca 

aa. ((narlrrin^ (^HTH. 

Crrti — A mnrtlrl ppr. oB Ihei 
oak tree hmnrhrd ppr. 

A'aal— Uawa Hall, EaainL. 



[oOvOTfP 







81 



% r — 



BODKNHAM, OF ROTHERWAS. 

jRMHAM , CHARLE S-THOMAS, ctq. of RotherwnA. in the county of Hrre- 
■t and •i-2nd Novutnber. 1810.) Eliziil>eth-Miiry, 6fth 
of Liilworth Castle, in the county of Uorset, fti«l aistcr 
mX ^^eM, by wTmin h« hm an nuly ctiild, 

CHinLKM-De-la-UARitE. &. 4tli May, 1813. 
•oceNd«d fai« Either 5th April, \H'lii, and ia a jimtice of th« pence for 
[y of Menfoid. 

tiuualioi), itp]i»r«itl1y nindc hy one nf thi' 
foniily, lit in Knglisb, uml brought down to 
the preA'tnt tinii<. 

Hi'MI VV- BODIIXI. «/ttfi DR noflKNIIAM. 
I*<inl of Bfid'-tihiim Rogcri. in the rounly of 
H'i'n'run), trmp. STPPHtN and HeKiiY II. 
bftd thrfe somi, 

RtLPn, who died r. p. InviDfi a daueh- 
ttrr and hrirr^p, Matildn, m. lo Wal- 
ler dp Trorplfigh. 
WiLr.MU, Lord of Itodcnhnm, nrho«e 
daughter and hnrcM, Marj^arot, m. 
Roi^r d(! Bumralc, Lord of Segre, 
in Wiltshire. 
RiKiEit, of whose line we have to Inal. 
The third i»on, 

Kf>r.F.n OK BoDF-VHAM. niarrttHl nnd had 
two noui', Hoger. Lord of Uodcuham, nude 
bi'ir of HukU. and 

WiLTER DP. BoDENiuu, Lord of IlyfonU 
in Herf-fortUhire, aad of Wormiugton, la 
GlourrAterahirv. who had two »ai\e. vix. 

I. RoBi'.KT, Lord of Byfont wnd Wor- 
iiiiii^lim, nho dii'd iti ihe Itnroits' 
Wrtr»<, leaving by Matilda, IiIa wife, 
thn't; sons, Koup.itT, Thoioaji, and 
John, i>ar»ou of Worniington. The 
t'ldr»l 0OII, 

RoBfcitT, Loril of Byford.m.alady 
namrd Margery, Imt of what 
family ia not recorded, and Uitd 
Einie, 
Walt&h, Lord of Byfonl, who 
m. Matilda, aisler and co- 
heir of Sir Jiihn dir Bowle- 
wa«, Lot. of Salop, tvhu i'. 
•M Bdwako III. and bad 
two tout. 

John, ? who both died 

TitiiUAt., S »■ I'. : the t-ldcr 

in thr tilth iif IlrMiv 

VI. jiiid the younj^r in 

the fullowin^ jcar. 

Allee, aunt and hi-ir of Tbo- 
iDiis de flud>*iiliiini, m. mid 
had a diiu;;ht<T. MarRcry, 
IB. to IIukIi Wiiinr, by 
Mhom the wns tnulhrr u{ 
Kiihuxd Winne, of Bodan- 

lllllD. 

taltfaahall. I II. Jnas(8if). 




kbMS^' '• " -r- <-.rHerr- 
WWII, Kft. 1 *ket.h 

,9ft*-^~' .-.idenix' 

ily. R"Tiii-nw*_« : "Thio i» a 
- >i -ii!i.-it< i:. sir fill' rivet Wye, 
I'lfd, Ahnund- 
. lit tiiid ft-Ttyle 
t tftad, hftviDK *t»D a pork within leu 
hAlff • aiyle i<f the houM', where then* 
■ft leditr '1 which overlooks 

it. It waa held ao 
Kfal a pl^r, Uiai the proverb wa*car- 
•■eintl) of ('urinih, 

■■ 4afear mm* ulirtt IlutlMinu. 
^■■^ ^m tmaf luM Urn M lUMimnw. 

^^k* b iMrtly of nid lymher work, 
P^M of II wa« new built of atoiHi ta 
V by Sit Roger, where tlwrv U a 
T fol of eoaia of arre» »crordtn|r to 
of dM agr, nnd oTertbnl« nrilile 

«intn*r<itrd with niillint tree. 

a a« Di "f thi> rhimnry ^Tt 

Im oBc »■ it. «ith tht« motto, 
m ii^trmhii. V.tru the long table with 
I aa inlaid ■«Hth r^it? 'ifanns." 

loOawl' !>' ancient line 

ifi. ii> ititi vcllutn 

i| |l«fltri J -.il ill the lime of 

er B' I Lutia. The con- 




84 



BODENHAM, OF ROTHERWAS. 



Tlie Mt'ond son, 

Sir John nr. iI<inK\HA)i, knt. one of (he 
lords or M{)niii(;tuii Stradlry, in llrrifonl- 
atiin.-, Uvinif 31 Hdwaku 1. Iran' for liiit coiil 
Hrniour " Art;, on u croci gu. five iniUleb 
or." Hf w«8 fnlht^r of 

WllLUM DE IJoDENHAM, rtf Moningion. 
liTinK eirta lA EtmARD II. 4 I^dmaiu) III. 
and '22 Edwaku III. who m. Kmma. dJiuRh- 
ler and heir of Willium dv Hubli, aud Lad 
a Ann and Mirressur, 

Slit Joiiv noDF-MiAM, Lord of Monins- 
lon. WHlli-rstnii, ClK-rtsIun. and Ppwcluirrn. 
«rlK»n the H"rl. MSS. IM5, stalP lo have 
hiiill llie lioii!ti> of I>«wrhiirrh. He iN.fim, 
MnrKarf^t.daufrhtT of John Ka^on. I^rd of 
^Valter^lon aud Cheristoii, aiid had by bvr 
two »on», viz. 

t, Jdiik, of Monint^lon. WalliTston. 
»tid ChrrUloii, tvho dii-d 4 Ht'^JHY 
VI. leavin>r by Margaret, lit-* »jfe, 
dan. of Thomas Bru^g«, a daughter 
and lit-ir. 

Maroarct, w. to Hugh Ilargesl, 
of Har|ci>»t. 
It. Robert, uf Wuodi-htirdi, in Kent, 
called al!U> of BiiUlriiilen, jti thf »avif 
coatity. IN. JuliAiia. dnughtir of Sir 
Thonintf Finch, knt. and vvtta aocestor 
of tlie BoUEhHlUS OP UlUtfENDEN 
AMD RV*L.* 
Sir John tn, ftp<>ondly, Isnbclla, dnughtfr 
Biid soir hrirof Wftltcr do In B^rro.nnd by 
her (who ividdtd. wrondly. 'WHllcr Coy- 
liin. uiihnut issue,) left at liU decrnae, 48 
Edward III. aeon and auccfa^or, 
Rimer Bodlnhah, of ]>ewchurcli, n-tto 

* RritiKBT Bncrniitu, of Biitdcndrn, hr .'u- 
KuiB, his wife. d»ughter of Sir Tbomw Fiotk It^ 
a son ud suec««8or, 

Jons itoitc^tiAH, of nidt^fmlpn. iti Krnt, who 
iH.Jalima, dauBihiPr of Tbnma* May.t^r Mayfiold. 
in Suuri, und w&a t. by bi« itin, 

ItoDTK RotitiitMH. orpKlitmitfti, wh(i II). Mftr- 
(nrrt, duughlBT of John Halm, IwroD of the Ki> 
chequer, and waa ». by hU aoa, 

Wti.ii\a BitricNn*H, of Hiihlfudrn, who mar- 
timI (wo wivn; and by iti« »»ond. Jahima, 
daugbterof ^ UV11««, of itutiiTftdcn, in K«ut, had 
two fldns BoiI two duiffhttTH, viz. 
\Vii.u*« (Sir), tus heir. 
John, li. (, p. 

Jnann, oi. to JosiM SiityaMi, of nidili-ndi'n. 

Jane, m. to Su-pben iWcmnn. ol' Hii!il<'n<lt*n. 
William Ihylenhani il. in I.'i7*>, ti^d M&ty-ltireA, 
anil wai i. Iiy liii Hon, 

Sin \\ II n\M \inDtt*n**u Vat. of DiddfiMien, in 
KftUI. and of Ryal, in RurliuidHliirv, who n. first, 
Srau, duu^htpr ot' V'rsnci* Hurinjrtnn, nf Soulb 
Witbioi, in Laiuraithire : iind itocondlr, iMbclla, 
danKbltn- uf Jithu (jtiarLm, <if I'trnril, in Nortfa- 
Binjilonidiire. Ity lb« tbrtutfr b^ left iiwuc. 

Francis (Sir), lita beir. 

Fridvtwide, m. to Thoma* WmteM, ofThurCe- 
thur]H>, ill Liaculutdiitv. 



tn. flrai, EliziilM-th. dauKhtcr and hfir 
William Amoudesham, and by her bad UirfD 
dnu(;httTS. 

JohRtins. itt. to Tlioina* Hmbftrrowc, 

of Oyniock. in Glnnceaterahire. 
Anna, m. to ThomaA Bniej^. 
Isabella, »i. to Waller Moningtoa. af 
Moninpton. in Hfrfffordnhirc. 
Hi' wcdd'-d. tHTCondly. .\frnca. duuphlcr nf 
Thomiii* Vau^ban. of Tili^Us, in Hrvcoii, 
and bad by her two aona am) a daaghtH, 
rix. 

Roger, his heir. 
Walter. 

Alirp, M. to -lohn ap Gwilliiu ap Tbo- 

mail, of Gillouf^h. 

RofT^iT Bodfnhpim ditnl in 14S2, *ras butied; 

in \\k vhancel al I>ewcbun;h, and fticoft4#l 

by hi<i min, 

Rof.F.R BoDFKiiAU. of Rothprwap, tn llw 
county of Hereford, who m. Joanp, dati^blrr 
of Thoma« Bromwich. and bad isaue, 
TiiowA», his heir. 

Jamv?, m. the dniiKhtrr of PitzwilliaB, 
and WHS father of Rogtrr Bwlt^han. 
of Seville, in Spain, who bad tM 

SOItfl. 

Philip, of Home, who left no t«f;[tltuli 

ii»8ue, but a iiniural son, Rogrr, at 

the rounty of Wills. 
Crriliii. abbess of the monattcrf 

Wition. 
Afrnes, m. to Thomas Parry, of PaitiB» 

in Herefordnhirp. 
Joane, m- to John Blount, of OreRdili 

in Hcreforflsliire. 
Elisabetli. 

PianoM, m. to Hanry Qoodrick«. nf ' 

of Kty. 
Ann*, m, to Thomas Clarkv, uf Qa 

cli««t»r. 
Klixntw'tli, u>. to Sir Jbdws Wingfirld, knt* 

KimliolioD. 
Scnhii, M. (o William Bolton, of Cffor^, i 
H untin^ilnn^bire. 
Sir Williiuu diM there la I6i:t. ag«<il tttj" 
aitd wiu 1. by bin »od. 

Sin Frakcii HoDi!niiiM. kat. of Rvat, nlfl] 
£r»i, Prnclorif*, daugbtftf of Sir I^dww^Wi 
km. uf hiitiUilUin; nod H^roiitlU, in I6^«J 
<lo»i>,dau)>litrrof francts, Ixini HiL«ti»|r». 
fonuer, who d, in iOtif, ktt left at bia 
1Ci7l > Kon and aurnmuir, 

SiH Wisnnr.i.D RiititMttw, Vol." 
■ix in ttitfl.wbo m. Fiwitvi. daiicln' 
Brautnunt, st-cond son nf Sir Hiotaa-- i><-tii« 
of Sloit^'titcn, mid li*f^. wi'h olh** ikkhp, ai 
BuruosT Uodivhkm, e#q. of R%-«I. 
fim. I'rtula, dauglitffr f>f (iilb^n Wi^ 
SItelford. in r«inhriHK»"Ojir*, whn rf. ii 
and Mcondlv. Lhinbrlli. d'tuiililfT of UkimI 
■BoraiorSiiiaifonl. W K'lniai, wIk> wvdd)^ i 
EdtranI Itrowitr, lii> lefi at his Afc^vtf in iM 
utdy d]iu>:tiiiTr aiiil lirir, 

l:Iui>aiiM. lispiisiNl in 16TB. «i. h> Tlrii 
UorreU. of Poo-sby, in Luicohubira. 



BODENHAM, OF ROTHERWAS. 



85 



th»m wu baried in ihe cnlh^- 
nf Hervfonl in ldl4. unA kuc- 

Ird b)>- hi!' MNi, 
'TiioHi« Bi>or\HAH, o9t}. of Rolhrrwas, 
"ho m. Jau*. ftrconil ilsier stiil t-a-lii-ir aC 
I* V'>ft>,''. xnd hy hftr (who K«d(It-il, 

.rir. • 
lohu, ul H«'«>fiird. 

C«tSrrinc, m. to Williani Morgan, of 

Trcdcjpr. (iti<l if. ». p. 
Aunf. M. tint, to WiJter WilliiimK, of 
Usiifwyit : and Becundty, to William 
Prirr. of Ifir ^nine pUre. 
Bo«l«abam d. in London 30 Henry 
ad wiu 1. Iiy bis «oi), 

UuDfMIAU, PH). of RottlfrWftH, 

llliN. \II. who iM. June, tJiint dau. 
-brir of ThoQiiLs Wbyttingtou, of 
r. in Glouccstenhire, and had iMur, 
heir. 
K< -uccpuor to his brotl>er. 

BUCkbelh, bom in 1&4.1. m. fo Tbooiait 
MoTfiao. nf Miu^bm, in Moniiioulh- 
•fcLfv. 

rL m. first, to \Villi»tD Games, 
id ■ccoiirJiy. to Jolin Pyt*. 
Uodcokaiu UiihI in I67U. and w»8 r. 
. Min, 
ui Bot>rvit«ii,p»q.orRotherwni, ft. 
At trho«r itn-ciifte t. p. in I.VCt. ihv 
>utd rrprrscntatiou jMU^ed to bis bru- 
in RmiCR ItoDrvH.iv, of Rolhprwis. A. 
IM^ created • kni(;)it of the Bath al Ihr 
tinn r>f JiMfs 1. He m. in I6H2, 
Ugv- -t dnu^blrr of ^ir Hum* 

. knL nf RnrMlfy Cnstlr, 
db« i:»uut) ui' Hereford (sev rol. i. p. ttO), 
kwl i»«r, 
Tii»>iL«, hix brir. 

WillUm. of BrjntP«fj'n, Iin)iti2e(I aisl 

Srfitrinbrr. l5iW, ►iiini d Ihe Vi^tiltt- 

boo uf lU.'U. He in. Jdiic, d.iughl<T 

^r—d hrlr of Richard ^V^it:bt, of .Snil< 

^^■■jr* in Hcrbyshirv. and wii|ii*r of 

^^^^iLinm Flt'ct. «if Holton, in Wur- 

^^■( bv tvbiim be U-ft nl his 

H«I 'ih'Mav, I'MI, thrre sons. 

Itite^r, agi-d Imt-lvr' in IH;)!, m, Ihe 

<£iogbierof Houtibidtr of U<irnr&- 

Irv. 

John, died 17th April. 1097. aged 

•mri>(\<tbfrf, unit was buried a I 

Muv-li Itrwchiircb. 

Wilhiim. m, ibr daughter of John 

I>aom-iI, of fl<i%liur*, 

llUnrSi, M. .'ilh i>rU>l»r. mi. to Ta)' 

trxrd Ijo^im, nl .<inL« Fdilh »nd 

Satton, ra Ht-n^rnrdAhin'. 

Bscex wu kacceeUed at bin deeoasc by 

• Untwni. 
hiMMu BoDtniui, ekq. of Kotbrrwu. 



livfnji (n 1031. who m Mary, daughter of 
Sir I- rands Laron, of Kinlct Hall, id Shrop- 
shire, And had i»sue, 

RouKR, hia heir. 

ThoiiiHM. ofUlackbrook, in Monmouth- 
shire, d. uiiui. 

Bridget, m. before 1634 to Walter James, 

of Trcyvor, in Moiunouthdhjre. 
Eleanor, ti. unin. 

Blanch, in. after IG^M, to Edmund Haw- 
ley. 
Th*> elder son and snecessor. 

R<n;p.r Bonr.Muu, e*^^. of Rotherwas, 
edpotued Aune, daughter of — Dmveot. of 
Paynesley, in StaflWrdshire, and had' ifsuv, 
Thomas, c)f Rntlirnvas. liring in Hl7w, 
who M. Citlhfrinc, dHUf(hler of Ed- 
ward (laildford, of Hempstead, in 
Kent, and had twci daughters, 

Msry, m. to Charles J^lildtuay, of 

London, and if. s. p. 
Anne, a nun at Pontoiae. 
JnHN, of whom presenllv. 
Philip, 1 

Robert. J 

Josvph, whose sons. Robert and John, 
both rf. t. p. 

Dorothy, m. (o Chnrle* Givilljin, cu}. of 
Ihe CJningp, in Cloucestcrshire. 

Mary, tl. uuiii. 

Anne, w. (o Georgi' Srnd>imor«, esq. of 
the Forjfe, in Moumoutlishire. 
The second Ma, 

JoH\ BoUF.NHAM, ew|. married Mary, 
daiif;hlrr of Charles Triuder, of Bourton- 
o»-lhe-W«tcr, lu (Jluueestershire, and had 
(with a dnu^hter, Anne, m. to Henry Tas- 
bnri^h, esq. uf Lontlon. and r/. *. p.) two 
ions, of whom the youi>)>;er, John, a Ji-suit, 
named in the settlement uf 1713, il. unm. ; 
wbik- (be elder, 

CiMRLKS BoDCNHAM, esa. of Rothcnrss, 
married, first. (Hrticles, .IHtii A«i;unI, I71U; 
settlLnnenl, 2iid aiid 3rd May, 17ri :) Anne, 
dauKhlcr of John 8tonor, e»q. of Stonor, in 
the eoiifity of Oxford, and by her, who rf. 
in April. 171-1, bad n son, Chaklks-8t<>M)K, 
hifl heir, and Marxuret-CatlR-rine, a nun at 
ItnisneU. He wedded, 9«-eondly, in I7iijt, 
CiLiherine, daughter of Henry lliiddloetone, 
esq. uf Sawstun, in Camhrid^ohire, uiid by 
her (who wiut buried nt Ml Siiinta, Herefuri^ 
Ulli .^uRu^t, I77U,) bud itifiue, 

John, liviu}jr jQ 17.%', d. t. p. 

Catherine, m. lo John Berkeley, esq. 

of Spctchley. in Woreester^hire, 
Miiry. tn. lo John Tsncred, ea<\. 
Anne, died in i»f;iney. 
Mr. Bodenbam died 15th May, 1762, and 
waA succeeded by his son, 

ClIAKLtS-SrOViH B<>tii:Ml*M. r»q. of Ro- 
Iherwas, who w. Fraiiix's Pcndrill, descend- 



89 



LESUE, OF DAU.li'BAY. 



•d (Van Ric-hiiri) Pcndrill. who wnnd A'lRjr 
Chanlka II. (iml ityin^ tOili ApKI, 1?A4, 
w»» inuTC(><t<>il hy liin Aim, 

CiiAitU-s-SrovoH HonrAMtu.caq. of Ro- 
tliprwaa, who m.(9cltltDi«-nt!i ilntcd Ukili and 
lllb Fcbnmry, I7><3,) BrMtcH. (Inu;;h(t?r of 
TboniM H')ntyiilil,r»q.uf IttnckiiMuir Fiirk, 
in Worc^-strnliirr, ittid by Ue-r, wiin iliH 
^Hh A|iHI, lUri^. b»d uuv >o« autl n il«u|;b' 
ter, vix. 

Ciuni rt-TnoB4j(, fail bcir. 
Eliiuilp«tti-Mary, a hdu do cluiril^ at 
Dublin. 



Mr. Roftrnbnm rf. Ml Rothrrwu, flah A| 
1KM, And WM J. by Ilia too. tlie pr«-*««l 
riltRIF-A-TtlUHAX Boiii.\uiM, »q. of lie 
Uienru. 

Armf — Ax. a ft** brtwpen ihcff? rt 
rook* or ; quartorlr of 12/i ocuts. ^ ^^ 

Crr4f — A driit(Ou'« bend enucd »• 

/Hoil» — Vcribi» LibfrabiC 

Ettatfi-^ln llvrefordjhirv. 

Seti — Rotiwnvo*. 



LESLIE, OF DALLYBAY. 

LESLIE, C'lrARLKS-AI.BERT. esq. of Bolljbiy. in th« counry of MnomcUB. 
23rd Mny, 1765, m. in July, I70<>, lUIrn. joanf;«et daughter of Kirhanl Mi 
esq. of Wario^itown, in Duwnshlre, and hnn Imd JMue, 

HlN|iY-(^liAlll.eii, d. itnm. in DcctmbtT, 1H33. 
Cburtra-Kicbard, d. yuuug. 

Eliza betb-Calbrrinf, d. young. 

Cnlli'-rinp, (i. ^ouiig. 

CAllxTiiif-Lctili.i, 4. young. 

Emily-Klioor-Wilhelmina. m. to Artbor French, etq. of tbe coanly of 
■nil hna a wu, Kobvrt, and two diiugbkrv. 
Thii geottcman. who ia licuteoant-coloiii*l ofihc Monnf*h(tn miiilia and a juctinflf I 
peaM, miccecdt^J hia father, the lUr. Dr. H«»ry LeflJia, in Februarr, U03. 



UintaBr. 





Tbf !.rnIiM tl'-Hfod from Ibc iiohlr f«- 
■Ily uf l(ti(hi-». unit arv >i)1ird b> l>lo<id in 
mmiy '>r Ihr tioliilily <if Srt.lloi.'d. Their 
fir*l •''tilrmciii kn IrrUnd look pUit- in the 
rcfffn (if Jt«r« I. und ilifftTfut inrmb^ra 
of Ihr fatniU now |ki9i>«-<ui fuiikidiTitblr e»- 
Ulra in ibv connlin of MonKghaii, Aniritn, 
Down, Doiifcat, nnd Mrnth. Thr cbiff 
hranrbH itiU (VvUUiig iirr (huw of l^-ollr of 
CllAMluUKh, rrpfparnb'd liv ('h;iftni Powell 
Ualw.rHi.i onialUbay.hvCharlra Albert 
Lrk)tit,r«f], ; nn<l orLomiic- llotut*. hy Jaitiri 
l^>li». VM. ThiTv ara alao. in the Kwtb of 
IrvlajHi. bmilin of tkt utmr, rcfpccliiiy 



whom il ia rpgrottcd llial DO fMlM 
Bmlion hw been obtained. Fron s 
meat dat«nl in I7HH, it .ip(>r - 
In ibe county of K<'rr>, Sit i 
hart, who wa» luu of thv thru 1 lU: Ui 
Litnrrick, and draccnded from Dr. 
Lt-alir, of Vrnry. who obtfliord fron* 
tJ »M I II. Ihr itnint of Tiirli. It, part 
Clurr'H foifritiirfo. Ur. John LnJiv^ 
■on of G«orfC<' L«ciili<'t who came irooi 
liind with bis rrlatii-r. John. Biabwp 
Riipfaor. and married that prrtale'c vtfal 
sUtrr, Calhi-rini:. fourth tUufchlcr of 
■nder CoDyii^h.tiii, prnu of Raphoe. 

The hoiurof |^«Iir..ir ITiii]f.krlaaoi 
noka, in |K>iiii of am: i thr 

aactfnt iu ibf kintftloiK • Iw^ei 

rare fortunn of the fikiuil> u.^ l>« ilU 
by an hialorirnl nNrniH*<>* *b(nrisK 
linta! drM-cnl of rnrh . n frma 
)i-jir lU(t7. wbra ll>i pjir :V>l0mrwJ 

[uuaed into Scotland wi(it(£u/rM Mar«4I 



* Thi* T«y cunau honk, in Om 
of oo* of tba hnDy, la InitaA, k bk 
noMlagiral tna, aa fxvatimhtm, wy w— n ' 
fmnilar of th» ftinily aiivuhad apoa ct* cnvJ 
u th* root, Ua atu M tb* alMk, fra» w^iAj 
■hool ont hrm ch — mnA Uawa. t«M««Bat)a| 
rfiSenol dwc—dama nf tlk» taiflr. «Hh 
rMiiMrtinaa, dowa to tlw !»• al vUtb tW 1 



LESLIE, OF BALLYDAY, 



97 



Id he beU the hijch office 

rtftin. Mi»nv rjiniili)* nf Lralie 

^ . R»s- 

ibuttul Ima tkts matdvti engnfh- 

I l#»HDfa, IrfmUin. kc. Tbtr jor- 

ru brvB dUr«realty ifwll, L^ssrcy, 

Ift^W, hmt mMl K«>iirrally Lt-slie. 

1 ' L , ;. rnf lh« fnmily lo 

:i in ibr fjivnur of 

« tit. oi ^«-iiiMiiii,by nliombonoiiri 

MWMlum were conferml npoti liitn 

Wfrnrksf banil, in rrw-nril fm hi« KtrM 

U Oa Me orr»ion. nnrr * |r»IUnt 

a|- tbf <-....!. I ... lM,„l,„r,.|,. ihe 

wbWi -tiuitM 

ftttM I'. . . ' . ' ^nls Itie 

■ OB* d«T. Upon Uto aamr bontr, h« 
r*n! bim ibr Kirrt-uinliut; oountry to 

••ilv. Wlirn, on tiitf rrlarii 

cin4m-c- nf Uif ld!>k, tlir Kiii|( 

Lvilii'fc hr had Iffl biit liurite. he 

P ** Wtwvt'n lilt |« «■ I^-y* and rlir 

•i' LonI LeM* 

1 tJi..H I nflrr thrc." 

GriM»«l f i(. Harlhn- 

Ita4 M — ■ ~ ■■•>• ■•^», in IIJll. 

■ eoB MaUoIbi, wbu uiuintAuii-d tb« 
iKractCT uf fab rallier, mid wlioatt 
tali boK cDii»fik-aoyi> parts in m»0)' 
i> cc M¥»»c -M of Oh- i-«t'iiil'ul lime>» ia 
tvj livrd. TliR rarldiiin uf Kull)<-» 

idirtsrlliiie luilifpre- 
liir «'tiiiol>l(H) Itmuiu, 
ISU«. boru in 16^. rvniocing 
tuA. airtilcd in Irrlnod in lt>14, 
1 itin, 
' ■ Novctebtr, IfflM, 
tilio, ol IhnrnAbirVt 
bfai eld»t »oa, 
f • rifcLli.nrt-lidcncon 



I»,b«n> 



Ku^clUli rumily. 



irlb^. m. R. F. SoUlbrd, esq. 
\h»4 ft iS«gfc!ff, 



.iiitMM, cut Ittf 

WtwMK n Mcbt* of tM 

Fiw^Tr'- ^'"■' -'-'-!» 

WM Ticunotn, ik- '>i 

M«My tW tmm 1^ md tl* MrIt 
w aIt* ii» knmlit ttd kft tuu tbrrti *' 



Annr, A. on Ctiri»linas-dny. 1716, 

(M. In \rtliiir Tn'»nr. firsl Via- 

caunl lIuncAiinOii. nnd hud IMUV, 

ArUini Trevor, ftiih«r of ihu 

pITMDt ViiCOUDI DlingAU- 

nod. 
AuneTfCTor, ni.in I7.'i0,0nr' 
rfi, (irsi Karl of Moming- 
Cun, Hiid was moth«*r uf 
Uic M«rqma WellciU')', the 
liake of Wellington, Lurds 
Marj-haroagli anJ Cowley, 

PnMlenceTre»or,iii.toCbarIt>» 

Powell Lcdlic. eiiq.ofClnfii- 

lou|tb. iu the i-ounty of AIo- 

naj^ban. 

Bf r, Lcftlie vf9* mecveiled ftl hU deceAM; by 

his son, 

Tie Rttf. PExeiiLF.MJE.fr.iu ICS6. ri-ctor 
of Ahof^hitl. ID the rotintv of Antrim. »ho 
IN. isnH: diiutfhter wf l)it- Kiuiht Rf«. Ilr. 
Diippint;. bishoixif Mi-xtb, nml hiul is^ui-, 
t. HP.MIV, his li^ir. 

II. J»nie«,ori>Mlif:IIon«o,iiitbe couuty 
of Antrim, b. in 17'2H, m. [ir»t, Mrs. 
HiiDiiltou. nnd c^coudly. Sarab Fle- 
miri};. hut d. §.y. in liiNi. 

III. Saiiinf^l. niujorin Hit-- Itthrt'giment, 
i/. II nm. 

IV. EliMOMO, arcbdraeon of Down. Seo 
Leslie orLEKLiE lloihE. 

I. Marcarel. m. lo the Very Uer. Hill 
lii'iisuii, di*:iti of Counor. 

II. JHUt', m. to Ihi: Ktv. Mr. Stewnrt. 
Mr. L<.>lic wai> *. by bi» eldest son, 

The Ittv. Ht;MiY Li'Aur, L.UD.uf Hally- 
hny, in lh(- county of Muu.whaD, bom in 
October, 1719, reetor of Tiinaragf«, in \r- 
nMKlt, who m. in IJ-O^, ColhiTine, dnutthtrr 
of the Very Kev.CIuirlfS Meredyth, dean of 
Meatb, and had issue, 

I. Pptftr-Hriiry. i. to 1766, killed in 
aeiioii in Amerfea. 

II. <'ii4Hi.Rs-AL«EfiT, his beir. 

I. Cntherine- Leiitin. M. the Ri);ht 
Rev. >ViliiiiniPust<rr,hi«hop of Clob- 
ber, and had is5nr, 
John Lf^lii' Foster, one of thv bii- 
roud ol the Court of Excbequer, 
h) Ireland. 
William, iu holy orders. 

.\nna. Mrs. llowfll. 

CatbiTine. m. Iu William Drum- 

mond I>elH|», r»t\. 
Bnrriet, tM. l<> tlie Count de Satlf, 
of RokHby Hall, in tbecouBlybf 
lAuih. 
Fllxahelh. Mr». M'CreijjbL 
T^tiiiii, Mra. North. 
Dr. Le»lie died in February , 1603. and wm 
vuLXcrtJed hy hi« »r>n, Charlu- ALBKnT 
LtALlt, t'ft<|.(ir|lallybay. 



88 



LHSLIB, OP LESLIE HOUSE. 



Arm» — Qiiarb'rU, lat mitl -lili ar(r, on » 
brail ax. (brfc buckled or, (ut Lmlif. ; 2lid 
and 3r(l or. a liuii rnmp. ku. debniiaed by a 
ribband ta. for ABtHM'.riiY. 

Crrtt — An iini>i*l, allhtnigh ■ fcr}*pbon is 
now uiwd by »«)«<> iiorliuufl of tbi-- fninily, 
nnd diffrrrnl trcslD bare ln-en itdoptcd »t dif- 
foront time*, u « drnti-gryphoii, a dtnii- 
nniccl or. boldinR In h'u dexlcr baad « kO'' 
{iboti'a bptttl vrHM'd ppr. jet Uie rniKel. lU 
npprurs from nn Hnrirtit iniM-riptioD on n 
»Uiiii- ill Firfshirr. WiM tb«-* ori^iiinl creM of 
ibc Rolbf." family. 

ilfotro— (irip fa«t. The motto has rt>- 
fliaioed DOchaoKed aiDce Uie Umis of Qu*em 



MiKfiANfT, by Mboni il w.ingirrn to llarllto- 
lomrw. under the fulloMint* circuitiatatHi-t ; 
— In croMinic a rivr r fwollcn by Hood*, tor 
Queen was Uiroim frotn hrr bomr. and ia 
danniT of bt-inj* drowned, whrn ihr kufcbt, 
nlun^pn^ iiitu ihe Mream, •ri^rd bold of brr 
Miij(4ty's girdle, and nil b« brout(bi brr wiib 
difficulty towards the bank, she frtifuoDlly 
exclaiiord ^ripjail, and aflenrudt dnir*4 
that hv «honld n-tttin the wurdi aa bU B io M Hi 
in rrmFnibraDrr iif ibe occanrncic. 

Ettairt— In Ihr countkit of MrwM^^ia 
and Down. 

Seat — Hallvbay, la tha couDty of Hon 
gbau. 



LESLIE. OF LESLIE HOUSE. 

LESLIE, JAMES, esq. of l.eslie Mouse, io tlie couoty of Antrim, 6. 17th July, 
1766. m. 28th i'vbraary, 179j, Mary, daughter of Adam Coppoge. c«q. of tbo covsly 
of Armagh, and hu issue, 

t. Jahf^-Rdvi SD, m. Samh. younfccst daoffater of tfae Ricbt Rrvvrend DmM 

Kandfurd. Hiithop of Ediiiliurtih. by Franoei-Catfacrin*, o» wifv, ilaoglitvr tt 
£r>luu« Uou];lii«. rwi. (ave vol. ii. p. (KK*), nnd has had ta»ur, 

Jahm-Sandford. b. lOth AukusI. l*fM. tt. -HHtXi January. IH-JO. 

Iknry-Ewkin^. *. lith NovcmlKT. IHto. rf. llUi Fi-bniary, 1H3U. 

tMiiiimd-Elniii^Ins, h. 'tlvA Srplrmber, IWJtt. 

Danirl-Snnilfaril, H. nti inlnnt. 

Srymotir-Muubtgue, h. l-llh November, 183&. 

Frances-Marv. 
Klary-WilhflmiDa. 
!t» rah -Agnes. 
Jaoe- Elisabeth. 

II. Henry. 

III. rrancis-Stfvmour. 

IV. J. Cbarlc»-\V. 

Mr. L«bIw succeeded to tho ftttatAs on tli« demise of his anclf, JamM IjmUo, « 
ia 1796. Ho n ft deputy-lieuienant, uid was hi^ ahtfriff in 1797, for tbo eem^ 
Antrim. 

Ifnragf. 

TiiR Vrhi:Niiii.K EnuoND LraLir. nrch 



deacon of Uown, youn^rsl tun uf llio ltr», 
I'eti-r Lrvlie. rvclor of Aboi-bill, Aiid bro- 
Ibrr of the Rrv. Ucnr>- LrsUr. IX. D. of 
ItJillyhay. wkji Uirn in November. 173&, and 
fa. flrvt. Janr, d>iti)chli-r of Jolin MarnnuRh- 
t«0, Mi|. uf Brnvanirn, in llir cuiinty of 
Antrim (see vol. ii. p. rhv), and bad by brr 

Petrr. A. iti London. 

Uartholomrw. </. in India. 

Jaui.«>. nuw of Lt«(.ir llotfSK. 

Edtnoml, tl. in India. 
Arrbilrnron UriiUr m. svcondly. Elranor, 
daq|;bter uf Grorg;r I'orlin, iiui. nf London, 
and had by her threr suds and one dau^b- 
trr. »is. 

(Jrorp", who HI. Ellxabelh, daugbtrr of 
Dr. Hutrhcson, of tin* rouuty of 
Down, fay whom br lircnmr pos- 
•VMed of conaiderabW propirrly. He 
4, in It0l, U-avlug isaur« 



Edni n nd - Pnuirts. 
dfiiry*". 
Mar}' -Elranor. 
Elixobeth. 
Ellen. 
Henry, dean of Tonnnr. 
8timiirJ,t^ptAln R N. ss. Martha, da«.] 

of (leoricr VMUcban. rM. 
Ellrn, M. to ihf Ki-v. Slifutirn IhcLsHM,] 
yuunKi'st Mn of Dr. William 
son. l^ord Btsbup of Down aad 
nnr, and dird in giTtnc btrlb to 
dniii;btrr Ellen. 
\i ' ' I L*-tittrV ridnt surrhiaic 

Il . itinl ihr properly of bis 

i]t III" |Mi»-ui Jahui Lfcsuv cs<|* of 
House. 

.imtf~Aee LULII or BsUTiAY. 
E*i«ir»—\n Ihr roaniy of Aotrtei. 
■St^fs— Lrslie Hoosp and £MpD«i Ladg*. 
in the «oi)tity of Antrim. 



80 



» 4 



LLOYD, OF CROGUAN AND BAWDESWELL.* 

YD. GUY,Hq. of Croglian House, in the county of Roscommnn, b. I9ih AuftuBt, 
I7t>fi, >n, 17ih December, 1799, MartJia, daughter of Wil- 
liatn Birrhaai, i>aq. of The Ollandi^, in the coiiuty of Nor* 
taUk, and Uas iuue, 

I. Gv\, b. amh Dcct-mWr. IHU7. m. in IH2S, SuMinna- 
Marllm, ilaiighter of J. Sti-veiigoii Cnon, es«|. of 
Cavic-k HouK, ia the couiily of Norfolk, aud Um 

Gvv, i. 1.1th April, 1833. 

Sirab-MArlha. 

Susan DA- Ellen. 

Ucrtha-Elizabeth. 
Mr. L'loyd. jiin. is in the commJaslon of the prnrc 
Mtiil » dt'puly-lirutcnant for thu county of Roft-'unimon, 
for tvtiich shin.* he served the nfficv of ttigh sheriff in 
y / ti j|| I the year IH33. 

Os H/"^ •• Simh-IJirrhani, m. I4ih n4'Ct-inhi'r, 1835. tlie Rev. 

Willinm .\ttliill. ot tirniidirtoii llall, io ihe county- of 
Norfolk, eldcsl son nf (he Itcv. Frelicndnry Allttill, 
of Anieiw, Fl-^nan»^ll»hi^t■. {Sw Ai riliix. iir 
llKtvniKTns UAt4.. vol. i. p. 104.) 

II. Elizabi'ib. m. 10th Utfccmber, IfOS, the Rer. Phillip 
Frauoi^, A. U. of Stibbard Lm));!^. iu the counter of 
Norfolk, and ba», with olher iasut^. 

Phillip L'loyd, b. &th Jauaary, IH27. 
Ml. Martha. 

Lloyd, wbo ba» boeo for upwards of fifty years a ma^riRtrate for (he county of 
wccMdcd hii 6illiur, the lutu Culunul Ricliurd L'loyd.of BawdkifweU Hull, in 
DOttttiy, OD his dentil In the year 181 1, and baa been exempted from serving aa 
~ for the county of lioftcommoa. 



Uincasc. 



UmQf of Lloyd of Croghan and 

iwvll daimf anri*-nt dpsceni from the 

It Hrinrei of Wnlra. Conncuted 

llir boK ' ' ">ll>n, and, coiUlt-r- 
r.vWllli' '. Uif oilir-r anc-ii-nl 

nf 111 11 ^iiKi 1 liuig iii)foru|urrpd 

klity, il H'rni* lo^t iu mnoti? ariti' 
Tbr fint anctrator of whom we have 

larTiirnu Moi»»?hmi, who n'sided 
llys, in ihr Inrditbip nnd pnrinh of 
He was tcurK-lial and nearly 
ice Dm ill a\* Owru, nnd vraa 
'r>f llir lordship above named, 
' Mfiur, IhifTryri. Elw^, itnd 
.. \iit d''«c»'liihiiilB lot)^ eii- 
(Mft of which are by some of 
powntrd. The chief of Llanfair 
fryn Irn iJiree sons. 
U Myatyr. wluwf liov became extinct. 



n. 0WYU.OK01I. 
111. Gwr^e. 
prom the second son, 

OwYLLONOs, deH-rnded, 

MF.rRir Llw\d, of Llwii-y-ninen, near 
Oswpatry, a frontier town of North Wales, 
** a valiant captiiin under the Earl of Arun- 
del, who KchievtMl," to i|uo(e the words uf 
Pi-nnaiil, "a very noble coat of Bniii>, vit. 
the 6i*ld argent, an ea^le di:*plnyed with 
two heads sjil>le." Of hini, the eliief of the 
oume, aud its 6rst bLorer in North Wales, 
Hpraog 

Sir GKTrrvTH Llwyo or Lloyd. Uio 
direi-t ani'i-fttor of the house of Croghaii and 
Uawdrswell. Hie was the hi(;li honour uf 
boldinK the Koldea ewer nt the baptism of 
Edward, first Princu of Wnles. and for his 
arms he liore (he present device of the family, 
with the eagle of his nohle anrealor Ihem- 



'E**Ms«ai.i llttt.tiMaMtuf i1m> taietloltNutl Lloyd, with th« demwaw laniU thefsunta saaanHlt , 
•m |MMiMi»nm fif ih«i Miisna b'loyd, tiMan oftha'prtMut ropreMuiauve of the fiuaily. 



90 



L'LOYD, OF CROGHAN AND BAWDESWELU 



upon dippUyrd. cnnlon-wtM.liy way of MBg- 
mrnUlion.* Of (hr diimr h\nnA came Rhj-a 
Ap-Jrnnii-ap-Mi-wi'll>n ftp I.loyd. f*quirc 
hi thr \tOi\\ of Epwi'xO IV. ([» the Wok o( 
Evan Llojti Jclln batli it) wliu nilJi liti 
CKMttin I>i*yd ap Ji-nkvo. lK>t)i poU-nl diirf- 
taiot. acltfd a lurbnlrtit pan in thr l*>iiica«- 
Irian wan. Onitilin^ ll>p lung uvbrukro 
dcactrnl of ihr |1riiliii;«liirc Lloyds, of Ha- 
voAaano*, durini; tli(>«4* uuMrlUt-d units, wc 
piM lo ihfir dif»i-<-iid)»(»l. 

Sir Koar.RT L.'(i»o.orWrrsh«iii,lB Dev- 
bievliire, " a riirbt mluniu* iind tliry»ty mp- 
Ijnin." who wrddcd. lownnln lln' ilrwr riClhe 
oixirrnth r^nlnn.Ann Mirtutineor Mwityn, 
n ilati^litrr of that nDi-ii-nt botuc. now anao- 
blcd ill ihtr person of liir priMTit I^jnl Moi- 
tyn. Sir KubiTl bud i»»uc, mm nliit, 

Tu»IIA« L'LuTDvPOi)- wbd wrddrd llnnor. 
daagbtar of Robert Price, mq. bnl ihf ludy 
iMniDg cn*rrie«l afraioai ibv contrnl of brr 
fHetida, Mr. IJovd wu indut:*^ to remove 
iDb> Ibr |iroviiH'f of Lil*irr, in trclaDd.uiKl<>r 
die BuspitTJ of lii« kiu»miin, the crlrbntti'd 
Kir KAlph Binplpy. I'l nbom ib*- f.'n.i<.«n, ia 
IGIJQ. cmutnl (Ik- mnnom tirStran){fflnl iind 
Ard|{lAMi, nilb olhi*r land* in Dawtubire. 
Ob Sir lUJph'* deatb. Mr. Lloyd rtinoTed 
to the ttnl of hiv cou«in, Sir Maurrice Gryf- 
fyth. at Ctirriclh Itrumru«ln?, in tbi.' cMnttly 
of f<i-ilritii. And Ihcrr noiuirin^ an <:«l.ili- of 
twrlve biindrrd ni'rr«. b4- Mtttrd, not rliuiw- 
Enic to n-iiirn inlu Wiitrs, an Mrt. L'loyd's 
fricnda coutiumnl irrccoucibibl«\ lU hi r 
Ik Ivft fin MB! antl ihra^ dauKhier^, *iz. 

I. Hicfaard.) botboffireraofdistinttion, 

II. Jobn, (wlin pcrisln.'*! in (be Held 
dnrini; llie dtil wars nf l&ll. in Irr- 
latid, M. p. 

tit. QwKK, «ncc«taor to bia fatbcr, of 
wboiB Iwrattflar. 

IV. Williaa. ai. Catbarintr. daaKl't^r of 
^Ur Rrr. Cilward Haukioa, It.D. 

V, UriiJAttiiii, m. n ilattglitrr uf — Rry- 
nulds, eM). of the ouuuly of Lcitrini. 

I. MarftarvL m. tnt, Tbomaa H*rtan. 
r»n. ancector of iba BartoM of ib« 
Gnywt, coaniy of TIppanry, and of 
the narloaa of f'T md tbn 

WiilcrfrMtl. in Prr- re. and 

badiuue, 4en)iiill%, (.■•''it-Ki'itPrtrr 
St. Grorgp, iii-phi'w nt Sir (tootei* 
St. GaorgR, of Carfkk Drumnuhe, 
kUI?d by tbt Iriab la 1641, anccalor 



* Mot^rdd, oac of lb* d»ught«ra of jtir GrTf> 
fylb UwTd. amriod Madnc CiladdaMh. Md 
br<M)f bt to hte dw «aMU of IWanwdd. m tb* 
JaW of iadMHM, m b*r porlkM, In wbow ba«M 
il iiwi ia ii l MiathafcadlHaUhiddatbMid Mm- 
tjra mm aadlad. and la tW )aiM blood imem m* 
ooUmI m abo«r .11) 

tt «o«tiaaMl n»' ^a 



of lb« bvOWti of that tiame in t( 
land, and had (•umr : nnd tbirdlt, 
Lifutciiaul Uobrrl Drury, of 
ruuDty of Soffolk. aad bad iaauc. 

II. Janv. died OMnarrird «.f. 

III. EUxabrlb, IBarrii*d rntilain Er 
loaa Matbrir, of N*"r : Lire. 
and bad, wittt tbrr<- i>qi 
only ton, John Malbrw. 
marrird a dau|[btcr of Si. 
linre. bnrt. anct-nbir of tlic Uu» 
Earla of Armn and I<n«e, &c. 

Mr. Lloyd waa au(-(-r««ted at his death by I 
(bird, thoagh «k|(>ai »uni«ing mo. 

Owen Luno. r»q. a capuin in (bv 
He waa (b» first pnM4.>B^r of ih« 
tnonr«talra, in irbirb»1.i ' 
ibooiMnd at-rm, aud n< 
Kerald. KrNnddAUi!btt>r oi ."tr t.uk' ri 
nld, of T>ro)ibai^ in tb# cooaty Ki 
icmndaun of the iUnatrioa* Piti|(rrBlil«^ 
of Kild'-irr, direct ttnccstor of tfee 
honae of l<ria»ter. and of the uCbcT 
braDcbi>s of tlmt fMuiily. By Mtia 
nild Mr. Lloyd Irft at bis drocMo ia 
yrar 1664 tbnw BOtw and tluvr dai 
via. 

t. Tiiovtt, hilt hnr.of nhom brmfMrJ 
It. Khiukd, rvrutuni vurcmor. 
III. Owen, a ■rtiior fellow in the Vt 
«etsily of Dublin. 

I. .Atire.iR, ColonrI Uiinifl fTo(t»o«>l 
of tliF Ki^ht Rrv. Ibe Lonl 
of Elpbiii. 

II. Honor, did unnurrird. 
Iji. Rliaahrlb. ai. tba Rar. G< 

r>i):by, of thr tamediooTfr. 
Taptain Lloyd waa MOi-f'vdvd by bb 
aon. 

Titoats L'loto, a coloorl in Ae 
who ma rdncatcd and Iramrd tbr an of war 
in Ibe milttary amdemv ' '' . 
canir one of the in<<<«i , < 
men of bifl dnr. In ;:■' . 
dvil warn. Icrminatioi: in rl. 
J4WC* II. be wan i-ho»rn Cor 
field by ibc Inniskilirn fbrv< 
maniirr tbnl II.>:i.>tt'>ri i%,>. : 
tow^,} and >1' 
»f^or32. i; 

of Sir John C<dr, batU mwv 
counti Cole, Earia of Bnai'- 
uo tune. Colonel Thomas LUyd «m 
crrded by hia bnilber. 

The H<is<>R«ii.r Ruk^hi' ! -ruM^ 

pmini>nt pmrUtionrr nt ibe t 
■peakrr ai the t pper Hoa»« ul i^^jb diMXi 
in Jamaira, and lord rhief juMk* of ' 
iftland ; whrrr br mi. Mary, daqEbbr 
aolc hrln-M of — liny, eaq. of thr 
laland* with wbom ha rMwltrd a IbriaMi 
ihtM tbooaand pocuula prr awn 
«mM aom in tfaoa* daya. By h«r, lb« 
j artw had two hiiib atal two daai(hirr», 



L'LOYD, OF CROGHAN AVD BAWDESWELL. 



91 



). WUlfaoi. at. but died i. p. before liU 

fi.tfcrr. 
II. Ot'Y. mccrivor lo Iii4 T^lh^r. 
1. ElizatHtb, m. Ilf-nry Tiilhol, t-it^. a 

ttiaa if llir nulilr fftinJIj' of whom in 

Lm^l Tilii-iL <<r Malnhidc, ttc. and 

ks' ii(T, m.lo Captain 

Th. K,N, 

It. (^iWntM-. m. JrlTrrv Fri'tidi, eHt. 

©f whom art" (lie Kmii-Tir^. -if Frrncli 

p... 

I wito mnrricd Mnry, 
^■vf I intCt F4'(. (iT Uic county 

1 t»r ti«d lAAUK, 

-.-nr to )ju futhi'r. 
'■■'■ fried Dlanii, 

Ir. 1 , 'i-r Boii, was 

■I Wt i^v^T-ntv •uvi-mlt-d l»V lil« ih-i-uitd, 

Ki> Mt"n L'm^n, r.'i. of OiiHdt-ifwelt 
B*! '^ >rrulk. (in rijlil of 
U»- ^ rnml suit' b'ircsj 
itf Tkttauu J' iL*, < rij. irl tt<iMil«-iini<ll Hull}, 
«l«Bcl vf ihr EA4t Norfolk inilitiii, iiml in 
■u»ir.ii l^r till* winiP 
By M IL'luvdlmd 
" > "I ' iv-iii titui^iitvrt, via. 

i;. ;. iiorn \Ti'i, (In rminindcr (o 

Ac Irlflh MUtj'*), na. Sarah-ltnrriri, 
dauji.l.f mT 1'> I. r Klititi, «■*<). of 
, ;tlid loni of 
_ >irid iiooion, 
^ ' >«inc county, nod has, 

•nil ir, 

Rki.artk-ll«^tliigii-Elnin Lloyd. 

5^AJ <"-!'« .nUncy. 

Mr^-nri , niHirird Surah, eldest daoRliter 

"1 Cmii". v<h\. ofCavicL 

of ill" prrsvnt Mrx. 

1 Pfoijh.iB riuunr. 
I ft in ih'- royal oavy, 
' " ^' ■* Iht'MiHu-i, 
I'fn, in UiO 
• 'P- 

L „ llr. Balwer. rw- 

cpr ol Canatoo, *(«. county of Nor> 



folk, fiithcrof the present Rei-. Earle 

IJoyil Hnlncr, of Cawsloii. broiiicr of 

ilir lult- Ci-nrnil bulw-T. of Hr'vdon 

lliill, in tlie d.imt* couiitv, mid uncle 

to tlie author of ' Pflliniii/ ' l-'iit^f-ne 

Axam^'lcr. (See Biilwcr, of llvvdon 

Uftll, vol. 1. p. 415.) 

V ,1 • 1 tlie present possessors of 
K.ll Brine, Ip^^S^^^,.,, ^^^^ ^,„i j^_ 

\f,.> [mesne land« tlieretu an- 

Margnret. m. Robert Bircham, esq. 
voun^st brother of the present Mr. 
MirthiiiD. of the Oltaods, county of 
Norfolk. 
Iliaoi, nu the Rev. James .Stonghtou, 
A. M. rector of Sparham, and lord of 
the manor ihereunlo ntlaehed, witli 
the vicam^e of ToJileji, alt in the 
COiinly uf Norfolk, nnd has issue. 
Jane, m. Iter. Thomas Dinle, rector of 
Broadnray and Biiirombe, llorset- 
»hire, and has an only daughter. 
Colonel L'iovd waj* succeeded at Ins dcwaso 
In 181 1, by his eldest son. the present Ucv 
Ll-<iVD, estj. urCroi;han House, in the connty 
of Rojconunon, aod lluckfnrd Vnlc, in the 
county of Norfolk, now representative of 
Ibis ancient fiimily. 

Arm* — Ibi and 4tb forLL.oTD; |{a.ache- 
reron ur, and on a chief erni. a canton iir;;. 
charged with mlonlilf efi|>;ledL»|ilHyed &ahU% 
by way of aiimnifnUiliou. The l:iFt tvrretht; 
arms of Mcuric Lly»d. of LIwn-y-niMen, In 
Nortlt Wat..'», of vvhuui is Llovd. of Crog- 
hnn; ^d and Urd for JrtKS,of'tiawde;iwell 
Mail, arg. nlthin a Iwnlun: engniiiedsjible, 
a bend ilexlfr of the s»me. 

Crt*t$ — A stag's bead eoqped proper, with 
the neck Eurrharge<l «\*ith a lanrel chaplet : 
and on a ducal coronet, or. (by right of 
i|e(M-<-nt from the now ducal houce of Lein- 
■terj a double eagle di^plnyeil i^alile. 

xy/utlori—Oivr till- stag's bead, "Speele- 
muT agendo," mid nver tl»e eagle ** K^ 
allius quA profundiuii." 

Bumttt — In ilie counties of RoseoiutnoB, 
Leitrim. nnd Slitri], in Ireland; and in the 
county of Norfrdk. Bri|;land. 

Seat — Croghan Hou"«*, in the county of 
RoKCORinmn. 

KfiMtrHct — Hackford Vale, county of 
Norfolk. 



93 



FANE, OF W0RM3LEY, 

FANE, JOHN, Wfi. of Womulcj. in OxfoitJ«hire. ft. 9th July. 1775. m. Btb Jom,] 
1801, Elizabetli, dangliter of Williaiu Lowndeft Stone, «g^. 
of Drightnell Park, and lias Iiad iuoe, 

JoH\-WauAM, h. Ist Srpu>inb«r, IMM, m. flrat. tHHk] 
Novf-mhrr, IK26, rmlirriaf, nmili ilaughirr nf Sir\ 
Bci\iamin Hobboase, bart. bjr whom, wbo i^ Ikh Ht 
vemixr. Iti'itf, be ban an only dauglitrr, 
Sophia. 

C^illierino. Itiird diiaf(Wr of llif^ Hnii. Tbonuia Parker,] 

aod nkcr of the Earl ofMacdrsfietd, by wbom br Im»j 

an only non, 

Jun\-AniirSTlis. h. :iOtli Scptftnbrr, I8M. 
St. Viucenl-Frnncis. ti, in Uvct-mbpr, IH4J6. 
WiUiani-Johu-Jerris, i. lllh July, ttNW, il. Mom. 17^1 

July. I tor*. 
Rk-luid-Hfnry. <f. 7Ui Marrb. 1HI0. 
Fredi^rii-k-.AdriHii-Scropt*, &. Hth Drcrmber. 1BI0, au U 

Jiitt**, ItCH, Jonnna, ^^oun[;nit Jaughbr of tbr Isir 

B^'itjaniin Itobbnusp. ban. 
Gfor^C'Auguatos-Scrope, b. ttlli Morcbf 1817. 

EtitAWtb. 

Clara. H. IRIb February. 1023. 

Anne, ni. to John Dilliu|[«ley Parry, raq. barrialrr-at-lnr^ 

and 4. 2I»1 Novvmbrr. 18-Jl). 
Pruicefl-Carolitir, d. 'i-llh Oilobvr. 1893. 
Calhprinf, tl. 'i?tb .Si-|iU:inl)4T. 1(137. 
Oporgiann, */. 3rd May, IK27. 
(tharlalK^. 

Mr* h'uka inherilMl the etutea on Uio dcmiM of his father in 1824. 



Hp-KHY Fxhv, ewi. (of Ihe Trtarar)-). of 
WorniBlpy, in tbr count)- of fKford(yiiiiiiprr 
brollicr o( Tbomat, i-l^ihlh FnrI of Hiit- 
mon-IaoJ (atc Prrru^r], ami son of llr-nry 
Kaui-, caq. by Anne, bia wifr. tinrr nnd co- 
tu-jr iif John Scropp. tw). of WonDnlrv). r«- 
pn«-ntrt) ilic IwrfHiKh of Lynit- Rpft^» in 
parliamniL Hf m. fir»t. Cbarlotlr. only 
daUfcbliT of NiL'huIuN Kowp, f«i|. the rclc- 
bratid |km>i, by nboni li<- hiiit an otil<t ilaitKh- 
Irr, rbArloitr.'w. lo .Sir W ilhnui Si. (JuinliD. 
He f»()oii»f«l. ftf(-oii«lly. Aiiiif. (ItiUKbUr uf 
Dr. John \\ %nn. Iti^lioji of Hath niiil \S'rll<, 
and hNil by lirr ii duu^btrr, IVIiiry, ra, to 8ir 
Tbontaj i^UiJi-brii. bnrl. of (>rr)». Iltr 
wrddrd, thirdly. In I74N. CbarloiU*. iUu)cb- 
Icr and co-br-ir (with Ufi iUut Hpbifrji, 
M. to Jou* T*^Li>H, PMi. of the Circoa, 
Hnlh. )or Kit H 1 RD Ll nun," r«q. of Mylca*. 
tn EMr\. a»d had imuc, 

Ji>M>, bis brif. 

Pnim-t*, of Sprliibury, Doract, and 



Uintngt. 



Mb.! .... , ■„. J.i.. 

IiBc^v «r lb« iM»r, p. 9- 



f Uw ■wu'Ni Md to. 

■law nip(mmt»d M 

A CbAoa, nUm tm tim 



Grpcn PnrV Plncv, !: ' i" fo 

llun:bi'ilrr, nho aun-) i iWj 

will of bt« uQi^lr, Jutio L>tUi.-f. 
to tlie largo t-stati-a of .Mjira'*, &•:. 
lud died tritkottt iitap. wbm dMMc | 
criiitra puMd by aolail lo bu rlikr 
lirolhrr. 
Thr pidrst son. 

JixiK Fjink, r«q. of Wormalry. LUD. aa 
Ptoinrnl agricultiiriat, and for tiuiii> leara 

rpprp*piiIatiYp in '■ ■ f (or ibr r»>«»ly , 

of t-Uford. RiRiTK ' Afwtb ParifT,] 

ilao. Ill Tbomap, ti.i. - i... 1 MarrI 
and by bor, who W. luUi Juor, IMS. i 
JoiiH. bin hrir. 

Franda-W ilium, captahi ILS.of 1 
b. lltliUcioUr. ms, m. Wtb 
IK-'i. Anne, daochtrr of Wl 
Flint, <^. and bM im !••«#. 
EltZMbr-th-Sntab, m. 'i1*t 
ln)3, to l<iruIrtiaiii-C4>)ofiPl 
Itmkp t«"ti of tbc ItpT. Itr 
ol' Anipn>liAni, UurLi). noo 
tbr ap|MtintuiPnt of t^uvfr- mw 
(.Irnrni) in lb* MedJIemBnu, aaMl 
baa issup. 
Mary. 



LEWTIIWAITE, OF BROAD GATE- 



93 



».38lli UrrPtiibrr. 1413. to 

J«1ri Poller HamilloD. mul 

p. 

X*mvt, m. 0Ui December, I8ia. to 

iuwrfdi Wantrr Ilralfly, ecq. and hiui 

hsiir 

•• i'jtii April. 1MI5. (n Ben- 
' "rnc. rsq, and has no is«iic>. 
y I Fflininry, IH21, «nd n-«s f , 

■II. lilt prf«rnl JtiHS FiKF, 

«! ^^ ofoisiej. 

Arm* — Aa. tluvr ilrxter gPunllL-ls. biiirlL« 

Cr»**— OttI of a tlural rotonct or. .1 IniU's 
kff . t>)<^ sa. anonl i>r llie firftl. rb;ir>;<^d 
Am DCclk witli a ruir gu, barbi-d uuil 
ppr. 
Mmttm — Ne tiIc Fano. 



Ettaut — lu Oxrordshire and E«sex. By 
Ihr sinf^ilarly cxureMed Hill of the late 
John Liilhpr. r^i. Al.P. for Essrx, we find 
that he inndo niunifit'Ciil bt^iiesta to (hi» 
hoiurlttrftrr) Mr». Williuius, and to (liis 
priratr tutor) Dr. Watson, Uinbop of Lliin- 
dnfT, who wm iIbo hts executor: Mnd aflfr 
(ilhcr minor lej^cies, he deviled hU lar^ie 
r8tntP5(by enlnil) 6n«l to Fh^ncik F.i've. the 
*rttmti son ol' \\\* sister Chiirlolt4>. then to 
rfvrrt to JoH\, i\\f rlilrsi, .inri in default »f 
maltt Issue, to his other npphews. the T^Y- 
L'tRR. with a atrict injunction to the latter to 
take hi9 nuri^^ or Li'thek. whii'h is at pre- 
si'nl extinct Mr. L«tbiT has given a p<>wer 
to i^ach p(»L<efi£C)r of his estates to secure a 
jointun' to liifl wife. 

Heat — WormBley, Oxfordshire. 



LEWTllWAITE, OF BTIOAD GATE. 

LEWTIIW'ArrE, JOHN, «(i.pf Broad Gate, in Cumberland, in the commusion of 
for Utat Doonty, b. in 179*2, m. Anu, tlaugliter uf Wjlliaoi Kirklionk, esq. of 
sad hu iMtna, 



I. WltUAM. 

I. Mary. 
111. Ettraoor. 



II. Joscjih. 

II. Etizat>cth. 
IV. Aon. 



Itntntir. 



TMt MMr *■ ■^n A i)t;to-Saxoa 

k*ivaci»a. T:. 'iiTylni; a plfce of 

I pmaA ck^r«^ ul »u<>U, Mitd tUf ]>r<-fix 
I Ibbv, a km, r'"" '*"• ^nnrnt orthdunii^tiy 



\^m» OJ 



nr from nn- 
"l»in tnriitiirt 
ft :■ .lit fjtrly [wrlod. 

»•■ ;r»clve» here lo a 

«oj'v tl•-■r^i :.: ' ■ ' '* >"■ •'*; 

.and aulhrti' 

"■■ - ^ I I..... . 

DTK. "f \Vliirli<tiii, MI. 
„. .--. -Lii.of llBieri};^. And b»d 

LtwmwuTi. A. Mih Urcrinbt'r. 
■. a ilaaslUiir of AArir, of Grey- 



mains. This Thomas pDrrhaaed Broad 
Uak^, find (tipd in 1007. having Imd Ihrve 
cbildrrn, 

I. Ji>HN. n cnptain in a n^gimenlnf foot 
rnised by 8ir William iludlcston, of 
Milloni CufUle, Tor the Btrviec of 
A'iwr; f^iuHLUs I. in which I'tynl rsuw 
he wiis slain at Edge Hill,' in lii^ 
t.p. 

II. Jaheh, who aueceedetl his fattier. 

I. Marcirft. m. William Uenson, of 
Wnrt>tirglhiraite. 

The Bfcond son, 

J^tlEK LtuniHAiTR, of Brood Gate, m. 
\tcni-a, >l»ii;:lik'r rif William Dickfon, «M). 
uf UrrLli.ink, and hnd is«tie, 

|. John, who finri'e<-<ied his f^irher. 

II. Uii)[di, ditnl in l.oiidon in iditJ 1. />. 

III. William, lorn m Uroad Gate 7th 
December, IfHff.amerrlinntnlOuIe*- 
hi!ad. in the county of Dnrhiini, m. 
f'nilii-nnt-. diiu^hler of Sir (lilfrid 
l<nn«on, bart. of Drayton, and had 
iMiie, 

1. Alfred, who died nn infant 

2. John, a mvrvb»i>l ul \>''hitc- 
Itnvi'o. m. (Jrnce, daii^hlcr of 
nuhcrt Jiu'l'on, psq. of Hraiiity 
IIouKi*. and had one «on, 

Uilfred. drowned whilst bntli- 
iiiu behind tlie Nortit Pier. 
W hitchnVTD, and waa Imrivd 



LEWTHWAITE, OF BROAD OATE. 



At St. NidwlM**. is iUt 
loWD, 3rd %af(iMl, I77B. 
If. JuH«, of Imdj llil), M. A dsDitfatcr 
of MtIm WinniDKloo. vm). otGny- 
•ori llouM, Ami liail twu mmia. 

I. J«tn*-a, M'llin] in €3ic«tcr, Aa4 

bACl tHUf, 

John, m. Bukbeili, dauebtor 
of iaiMa lADCAAter, attu kad 

tWOMHM. 

John. *riilf>fl in LoaAoo, 
■tul lind t»ur, 

3. John. 
V. AAlhuoj', fiitA At LAncAAler t. p. 

I. EllaAbrth. 1 

II. AfnM, y *Xi4.$.p, 

IM. MAIXANt, J 

IV. Rlirn, M. WilUam RobinMn, or 
WaritarcUiwailcADd bwl « dauyhler, 
EllutNilh Kubiawm, n. Jobo IJaI- 
lied, Mid h«d ia*Q«' A Mb. 

Willuni llillu-d. wbn died in 
DubUo in l>)i»u«. f. 
Til* rMml •nn. 

JiiMo lrf»TH«AiTc, of Broad GA(e, m. 
lihtNAor, daughter of Ocnnpt Wintflrld, nq. 
itf WiMdtAtid. ID ilitf pviMi of Ktrby Ire- 
IrMli. lu tlw coaatj of Lumcter, And hul 

I. inmrt, dkd yoonf. 

M. WiUJAM, aucTTpdiK) hU father. 

I. Ekaoor. miirri«l Jobs LcwU, af 8l. 
/•■■•'• 8trccl, LuoduQ, and had 

t. Cbarlr* Lev LpwU.ACvlrbnilcd 
coiu(-di«n, tt»m«d And had i»- 
im. 

t. BliubrlliLt'wiA.n.— Dawkini, 
and died wilbnul iMOB. 

II, EltX«b>^th. M. John AildifOO, gtaL 
iff Riiri-niiluJa, uiiil Itud laMc, 

1. Ili-nr^ Addison, died iaU>Bdon, 
tratftig no iuue. 

X John Addiaoti. died iu l^ndon, 

kaviaK do \mae, 
X. RlffAitor AddiMin. m. Oeorjrv 
Feowick, e*n. of Lambioo, in 
the ctHiuty of Jiurham, ainl hnd 
tow. 

WiMtara Ppuwick. 

' nick. 

J k. 

V -ttirk. 

I ici. 

il_.'.^ ii 1 ■ .iwick. 

2. KIJju'k'IIi- d. uimi. 



Tl.. 



I. h 



■■( Urni'l (>al«,fli. 
lO r»Mpr5. raq.uf 
iitjr bf LancAfller. 

>c«(«dftd Lu fklbrr. 



It. WiuiAM. of wbom hrrrafter. 
111. lirorge, a nieirbanl ia Antigvi, 
and dird tbt^rr vofnairied. 

t. Elnnor, m. WlIUiiu Po*Tlribwailf, 
gi-iit. nf FtvnDforl (now Marj P»rtJ, 
and bad ta*o«. 

I. TboiDkA Poflllrrtitraite, died lor 

Lcmdnn atiinnrH<<d. 
S. ^ illiitm pQstlrlbwaite, dird Ia 
Lundaa aumanivd. 

1. Elixabrtb ^nllllethMrait«^, dM 

inutwrried. 

9. A|ni» Poatlrtbwailp. «. Join 

Wild, ktoL of BroMKhlou, aad 

if- ». J». 

tl. Eliuhftb. m. WilliAm HoklM. oh. 

of CriMu llaiur, iu Millon, mod ^ 

III. Apira, m, TbonuiA Bailey, i;enL id 
BrnoKbton. in Funi<-i>*, and rf. i. p. 

IV. Marxarcl. m. — Taylor. •oUcNdt, 
of IJvcrpool^ and d. m. p. 

The rldmt aoo, 

JuiiK LKwniwArm, a mrrcbani In Li» 
raat«r, dird on hta plantalioaa hi 
in June. I7f4|. Hnvinr >B*rricd Ur».Ol 
of the iRlaiid of Antifcoii, and Irafinjc 
Uent. br Has Kticcrrdcd by h» bruUirr, 

WiujAM LKirrnwAiTi.eaq. of Brawl 
and of Wbitetnreo, in the con 
lba> pvn*,-).- fur Uir coonly of Cambvrla 
Mary, diiu£ birr nnd o-hctr of Sotr^kk 
rholsoti. r«). of M ll Wlm, in Bootle. aW 
ia«uc, 

I. UiuuM, ffOfCMdrd Ua fitlhrr 
Hn.Mid Gulp. 

II. JnlMi "' M»n!4ret,«ldwtdaac%la> 
of ll< , nq. (*f Stan PmIl 
iu lilt I LaaeaatEr. mm) %m 
iaeui'. 

I. WUIiam. 

S. Oilfrid. 

I. MarUaat;. 
1, FnrtiacA Jaa*'. 
lit. QroT^t, fonnerlv of (^a^vn** 
lr|;r.O\rord. R.IK rector of A 

tbf rouRty <>f York, a masfMi 
Ibr W c»i Kidinjc. at. Manh*. 
trr of Tkumas Biliry. e*q. afj 
Mill, in ibr runatjr a( Owl 
and rif KifLbuK, lo di» 
Lanuutrr, and ba< iwu#, 
I. Williuin-tlciirj. 

1. Mafipirvl. 

IV. JoM|)K. a nrrcbAtit in tkt 
Indtcs, dini At I>ii«inka fa II 
Dutrrlfd. 

V. TboawA, died yoaof 






HOirOMBE. OF PEMRROKESIilTlE. 



as 



I. Itiekard Armitel^-nil. 


i w.n,..., 


iriuiWtl-Dll. 


a 


.A. 


4- 


:ia. 


1. ^' 


.'K 


«. \.. 


>d. 


3. Fn. 


-read. 


Ii«r>. r" 


linrtJtTr. raq. of 


ll«»v'llill, l» 


liir c»miritt>»ion uT Uit- 


Jw^rr (nr (In- 


r-niiiily of Cntnl'i'rinnd. 






. 


li iMue, 


1. Jubn ilurilcr. 


a. Uilhim 


Hartley. 


3. '■ 


■'.krllry. 


4 


'Hum Hnrtlcf. 


1. M. 


i: -1,7. 


3. Im' 


t , 


X. ll»ri;.JTPi ti.mirY. 



111. Ana. m. Prtrr Di\oa. r«i}. of Nfw- 
iBi:i<i«, Surri-y, iiml diud in Ib(t3 



Fnsce*, died yotiDg, 



' ■' !or, t!9<i. of 
ijor in ihr 
-J4.amt died 



VT. Betsy, of Hazel MoaoU 
Tb* vldrHi wMi, 

WliltAW LFnTiiKArri'., tthoBUceeedetl liis 
falber in IHUd, y^aa in llie ROmmMidoii of ihc 
peaci* fur ttie courihi' of Cumberisnd. He 
n.KJcanor. dau);l)icT of Tbomu Crag^^eMt. 
of LowM*iilp«, and bnd i^suc, 

t. John, biff brir. 

I. 5Ufy. m. Williani raAlletli)v«itr<, 
luercbRiit, of lllvt-raloun. 

II. Agnes, m. Robert Poetlulbn-uite, 
CM. of Brougblou. 

III. Elcuor. ) ... ..„„ 

IV. Elijsibotb. j ^"^ "'""• 

His xon nnd bnir h x\\c pretent John Lew- 
TMWAtTK, eftq. of IlroAd Gate. 

Amu — Enn. « cro«» flory ai. fr«tty or. 

Crrtt^X ifarb boand by a »«r[>rnt uowed 
[ipr. holding in Ibi; muulli a cruM cruestet 
filcbop gti. 

MtiHo — TpndetiB ad iplbcra virtiis. 

Enlatrx—lw Oip p»rii«hi's of Tbwaite nnil 
Millnni, ill tbe ''otiuly of Cuii)bi.TlaiiU ; and 
ill Kirby Ircl<-it}i. in tbc county of I^ut- 
Cft(it»?r. 

•SVoi— Broad Gale. 



UOI.COMBE, OF PEMBROKESHIRE. 

IBE, Tht Rev. .lORN, M. A. of fwhpslon. iu tlio county of Pi-mfiroke-. />. 
in 17t)5, »i. ID 1797, liiii cousin Mim .Mary Ilolwrtson, and 
hu iuus, 

I. JtHEA-RoBBRTtin*!, B. I>. fellrtiv of Jirsun CoUrgr, 

Ovcin, and prrbendnry of St. Ihtvid's. 
n. G«orce. 
Ul. Waiter. doci'ftfcd. 

IV. John, m, S\'\i» GorDsL 

V. £«H(rx. M.A. ill holy onkra. 

VI. Wallrr. 

VII. Out Irs. 

I. llarrietL m. jVlTrtrd K. Cocker, eBrq. and has issne. 

II. CorU-lta. 
nt. ElluilM'tli. 
IV. Callirrine. 

Mr. lTo]i:onibe> in rector orCattheston and RhaarrawthtT, in 
tile county of Pcmbmk^, 11 prclx'nitnry of Bncou, uud a 
utu}{uilnitv fur tbe county of I'lmhrukei. 



ba« hctu Hrltlfrd for 
1 tbn roanty of INim- 
-10 from its inctenl 
'"■ or Ifollrumbf. in 
■t, ill fb«' cuBnly of 
I Hole. Iu Ihr tAliir 
,'lo!JirWtUianil*olt-. 



I of hn)l. a S^tion 

. . — int. nr •• writlwn ui 

ato, • rvflry bftwMD two hflll. 



Waltur de Holcombc «-as Lord of Ifol- 
ctnnbe In KMtl. I9li'jrt)y after tbia pvri'Kl 
lb(> family obnnirrrl llirir n-^idr-nc" l»t Hnlt-, 
and aiimn;: ibe tiiitiiu«cri|ita in Ibr pOMrtmioii 
of Sir TItomH* I*billi|)))a, bnrl. tht-re i* n 
prdij-rr* of wvi'ft ci'ncritioni };ivfnof (hftitf 
kxiriniiit: with Jolin MnU-onib*', who mar- 
T\vi\ l^iibil Ihiuni'. iixe daujfbtcr nnd co> 
h'-if'ia of lliij:h llitniir. rK(|. of Doivne 
l{nl(>b. Bv lbi« fniirriitKi' tin- Hrtlronibi>« 
lN>cainf ua««f^Mcd nf conudcrablo c^tAtr*, 
part of tho ancient iuberitance of Uowne 



HOLCOMBE, OF PEMnROKESHIRE. 



lUlpli, u well u that of the older and* 
•oblrr hoa«c of dp U Brnpr. Sir Ralph 
llownr. thr gri-nl Kmndfalln-r of Ixabrt 
Ihiwnp, hittiiii; nrrtrrird iMbfl di* In Bntcr, 
the dnitchu-r and fo-h^irt-M of Sir William 
dc In Itrucr, tiie ton of the ct-Irbraled Sir 
frtofTrry dc la Bnicr, who was the KTPnt 
Kniiid«<.iD "f Rfi;iinild. Far! uf Cornwall, tht 
uiitnra) *t)n o( h'inp HcMiY I. Tht-ae rs- 
totn remained in ihe f;imil\ till shout KKKt, 
when Hrtlr, tec. wan suld (by f;!!!!*^! Hol- 
combr, tb« Ia«1 of the family who nvided in 
Deronshire) to F.llia Bnrtklt. ntid 1>ohii(.' 
Ralph and Tinier Unirr lo Mr. Maltock. The 
niftrri^i:'' of Chri"1'i)dirr llulramb«.'. thr bro- 
thrr af (lilberl HoliondK-, i^i inmlictned in 
the vifiitiitioii of l(t'2i». nnd in IG4H) vif find 
kli BOO ^^ illiam si-llU-d in IVmbrokcshirtt, 
asd io IfKH. he wua iLppoiuud mayor of the 
horoofh of Penibrokt. 

John Holcomlw, wImi marrtrd MimtPovne, 
WM the g^r;iii<t father of Hojirr Holconihc, 
who wni Iiviti}C in thr IDlb of Kuhaiid IV. 
Ha fraa aut-cttcilrd hy his eon Ctiarl^'it. who 
had jisae Elli», who mnrrited Elizabeth, thr 
daughlrr "f TbonjBS Sydt-nham, uf Ijvnford 
EaKli*. in Ihr cuunly uf D(>r«''I, itnd nv hrr 
had i«Mie, Thomait, nho had isntie. Giflicrt. 
Cbrliitophrr. and JoniiiA. Chrifltopbrr, from 
whora ihii family derire th«^tr oriKin, mar- 
rit'd an Irish lady, and by her hud iwue. 



* Lnvd Willian Bnin- wm nnii of tin* atont 
ptnmftd BoMvaMD »f In* ■'■■ , -'■■' >"tjnTH the «in- 

gvkr (ijoed bftvaa of - ounie of font 

•WNnanve nuHrelw, J ni II., K*mf 

RtoiiaD. Ktag Jonv. and hf/f llixav 111. Ua 
Xi*; RimtHii'a ffoiny to tb« Iloir Ijtad, h* 
wma wirh tlif hubopa of Darimm aad Ely. tod 
llQiih l)ariht])ib. aupointrd la tha (ownmant of 
lb* rr- '■- ^ ,- : Jo«» trnuilMl tam many nmaan, 
and '. t(l.BaulehitDahari(roTetnrf<lva 

eaao'i r.-uadMl th* abbrtrm of Tor and 

[>aiih»>wii)), ltw> Iu»|iiIbI hF 8<. juliii'i, llntl];i^ 
wsliT, onil rh- |tn«*rT nf M'Xiafird ; l)« bL»MtM> 
Imllt ' I'^MiTBd'r, mailfl ihi- barm, 

and ■ ),'o. wbirb wm ■n>.Twiin|j) 

nMuitliini m uiif 1 n^pt. n> uwrrivtl IWtrix d« 
Vw*. ffojijMMd lo Iw tba daiifchb^ of Hr^uM, 
Earl of ConnnJl. tha nauTal aon of Kii^ lUvav I. 
oa Hmtv, ib« uMi of lUpniJd, in a jion of ibc 
Biaaor of Ktraw*!!, call* hiin bnithrr. Ilia s'ln* 
driaf wrtbaul wuu*. bi> (Untrbten <ucoeH^) tQ 
Ma nvt uihi^ttinrA, initf nf wlimu numrd W illiBw 
da la IlruM. thf fttvn gnadhtiwr of 1 Aly l><y*rum. 
AaMijr dit la Hmwr, iW Tftllm uf lb» abor* nanwd 
WBlim. h*M J ire* RmiTr. wd fir* tnirhia' Im«. 
la i'lmc It&Kiv II. Tito Iivtra niJr fail^l tu ibr 
Wtvr mid of Kla; I lava T III. 1 bf li*ir' Krnmtl 
w»fn BDutinl uiiio Ciraaa. fiont wbom ii dncwoded 
CnjdMtiiO. wut iiuU) SJr IUl|>h Dim b«, from wbou 
•InrmdMj tii« StHidta. of UoraeuhiTs, and tlw 
IklnKol**, yf Uoh. 



WiLUiM FIoiroHBE, the first of fhc fanflj 
irhn srlth-d in Pemhrokl'tltirr. and waa] 
ninyor nf Pembroke in ItBH. He dM-d ia^ 
17<KI, leaving hy bis wifr, Miai Meora. 
the county of 'Pembroke, UlurtK. wk»J 
9(iccee<l<tl him, ami Jtsr. firvt nurrieat Mj 
Mr. Nixoo, swondly to Mr. Cttny. 
The siMi and heir. 

Wiii.iiu HoiroMBe. marrini Miaa 
rick, of Uush, In Penibrokrahirv. and 

I. WiujAM, a rapuio in the H. R. I.C.J 
scrritT, ti.i. p. 

II. John, rettnr of Tenby and (Jonlrf**' 
ton, in Peralirokrftliire. rf, t. », I 

III. Vmcx, na admiral in thr K.S. m. ' 
Miw Corbet, danehtcr of Tliw 
Corbet, eaq. nf Nuib, in Pemln 
ahiro, niid had taeue, 

IV. GEniiuii^ of whom preaeatty. 

I. Jnae. 

II. Alice. 
The fourth »nn, 

7'Ac Vftterablr Or.nnr.r H«>Li^niilt.l 
of PulcbeUhor. in the mimty of Pei 
Mid arrhdrnran of Carmarthen, 
fimt. Mrs. n<iwrn, iind flccondly. Cat 
daugbliTof — .StaeibouH.oortxBorori 
bay. Hy the latter \te had LnM, 

I. Hii-hard, deceased. 

II. G«-or;;c, rector of l.«k#, km K* 
iirtd pn-brnd»ry of Westfainat<-r. ia.' 
Calberiite, dauu'blerof Frmaos ll«t. 
esq. of Aldfn«a»ley, U t>erhxahin,j 
and has Usue. 

III. John, of CosHMTOK. 

I. Kliui. m. to the Her. Jamea fknrc^ ! 
r<'rlnr of Khoavrowther, io Pembrafce- j 
ahin.-. Aod has isaiie. 

II. Cntlirrinr, decensed. 
ni. Jane, m. to Captain t^armA, 

Cliff House, Drrhjahirr. awd 
isvue. 

IV. Corbetti, m. to Major WOt 
I.hiyd, and Itoi laave. 

V. ,\nnf', derraord. 

VI. Mary.decenyed. 

VII. Sophia, m. Juha AdaCM, 
Hol>laod. 

Arm» — Aa. a eWt. .-« 

men*' hrndr sidr-facfd, i ih«i 

dm or, wrrxlb(>d abom ine u-uinir*^ 
second ; quartering tlovntc attd BrMtb 

<Wj( — A man's brad full ' 
nl the breast p|ir. wrrutlird i 
plot or and ax. 

Kuattt — In PembrulLp«hirr. 

Sraf— Coffliestoa, Pcmbroljhira. 



97 



[LLIPPS. OF GARENDON PATIK AND GRACE DTEU. 



•HILLIPPS, CIIARLIB MARCH. (»q. of Carendon Park and Grace Diea Mwior, 
boib in ihe coiinly of LeicesUT, b. 28Ui Mny, 1779, n». ia 
IH07. Hitrrict, yoiingcAt daiighlPr rrf .lolm DticartI, esq. of 
Watford, ta the count)' of Sonieniet,* antl by that lady, who 
died in 1813, hns tssae, 

r. AMRKOftt-LiALR-MiHril, J>. I7lli Mrnrh, 1800, dtrpiily- 
lleatennnl of lhr> ronnly of l>pii:eMpr, m. 2.^lli July, 
IKU, Lnuni-Mar}', rldest Haughtier of Uic Hon. Ttnimaii 
C^fffonl. fuurtli Bon of Uaf;li, fourth Lortl Clifford of 
CliudU-iv'li, nud of thv tiaronrss Hdurit-KK PliiliitpiUH 
»on LnUow, (if Mi-ck.1t-rt)>uri;h Swerin, (ihc lii-iid of 
whioli fiimily, the Cotmi voii Lulzow, is nt present 
Blnbuf-iailor from the Emperor of AuAtria to the Apo- 
ttolic Str,) And has 

I. AMBR(>S£-CHARLES-FRA>iaS-LlSLE-MjlRCH,i.lOth 
Mnv, 1W4. 

3. E?Piaril-AloyBius-Liide. 4. 'i8lh May. IK35. 

Mr. AmbroM Phillipps baill m IK34 on (he (fslntv of Grace Uieti. under Uie 
dirrrtion uf the arrhilt-i-l Kailtoo. h iiintior hiru»<r iit t\iv arrhilrclure of HtNRT 
VTI ii-'xf Mbi''1t nrr »lill to h<- seen tlie pif'tiiri.-«<|ur rtiinft of Ihe nncivtit oioitas- 
I • Dii'U, fouudcd in thf rei^ii of IIfakv III. by Ihe Lady Roesia de 

\ ! di-Mroyed by |iK\RV VUI. in 1630. 

H. Cbwln-Lislr, b. 7lM March, 1»12. 

I. AvsutaJMnr-Li'lr. A. lOth Pecemhor, 18lti, nt. 3Ib( November. 1B32. to John 
Pllm(prttlil, >-»i|. i-Idr^t mill itf John Fitzgeriild. r«|. of Naschy, in the county of 
Koilli^' ' ' - ''-lAlIt^ Irwell in the county of l^iiica«ter ; Boul^e ilnll. in th« 
■Mttnti . St-aford, in the coutily of Sumcx ; aud Waterford (^atJe, ja 

Irvlauvl .- iiuiuii. 

PldJipp*, wbo ia ■ d«paly-tieuteDunt and tnaj^Btrate for the county of Leicestor, 

\m fatbnr in IRI7. In 1819, after a cootMled election, he wan rhosen 

far lb* couDtj of Leici»t«r. la lS'ir>, he aervtd ax high thcnff for the same 

la 1830, b« wna re-cboMD knight of tlie tdiire ; aud Bttice that period lias 

■Wc to d omlMr in two auceeasiTO p&rlianieotK for the nurthero divisiun of ttie same 

To hha GtrtndoB ia indobted foraeveral beautiful lodges, and the fort>st drives 

•\tMid tor atnj milis, and commaitd from the Chamwood HiUa some of the 

niflAMTe vitvi in tho kiiMidom. To the preaent poaMweor Gnrendon also owes 

£■• ptetuna ; ibreo of ^alvator Rosa are amongst the fin^et and lartroat that 

crer puoiHl. In this lioittt thar« is beside a good collection of ^unity portraita 

«».*nt >.i Sir Peter Luly. 

U ' : . Phtllippa aMumed (he nrmit and rrc«l of Lisle, quartered mith thoSfl 

ru..u|.^» .iiJ Alarcb, JQ nfcht of hi« mother, Sttaan Lisle, daughter and co-heiresa 

FdMBias lisle, «*q. which family he now rapresenta. 



Uintnar. 



f^ Snt of iba Pblttlppa family wbo sel- 

%% Km* ' t-irrs, knt. h. in Kin?. 

I0W \m *ec Le NVvc'a MS. 

[^^ I,^UJ uf Kiu^bta. Ilarl. NSS. page 



68M1, Ifi, fl.) lie m. Mary Rickardti, daueh- 
l«'rHiid htireMi of — RickftrHs. esq. of L<»w 
lrtf>ton. ill tlku rounty of MiddleM?x, uod 
had isvii''. 

I. AmhroAe, uho d. v. p. 



^* Bm HB and ancMaaor, rhOip Dwsra), «aq, bouffht N««rlHid. in tbs county of GloarecUr, wliich 

«a4a 11m tmuAj mmi. fhp UiK^iin-Js am i&MnMW from an anrimt Fnocb fiouily. Imasrly 

affhaiiaiiiiiih. to th« pmnnca of Normitidr. Mhich nme itita England in l£AA at Uie i^ 

f H 



M 



PlIILUPPS. OF GARENDON PAUK AND GRACE DFEU. 



tl. WiLLUM. f. Ills fathrr. 

III. Jolin. tultrhlM) Lav* Lcylon. 

|V( Ch«rl«-8. m. BliEi«lirlh, dnu^hlrr of 

NicciUft (!nry, ffM|. oC L'pcorii, in the 

count)' of Donrt. 
I. Mnry.M. Edward Litic, t^iq. of Crux 

Efivtun and Movies Court, in tliir 

niuttiy of HsnU, and wxa grand- 

Dnutticr of 

111'" ii'd the rstttlrsorUie 

ri . ily. 

Sir Amlimst' li |'|<:- |>iir<'linflrd tlio hnuvp 

and eilalc of fI«r*-Tidon from ihr I>ukr of 
l)uckini;hBm, in inKl. and nhoni tlir »nme 
tlm«*^ llift cutalp of lirnce IHeu. from Oic 
Htmumont family. Ili^ van innd<r Lin);'* 
Mljriuil by JahM 11. lU d. iti lfS)l,i«ni1 
«»# bnri<-tl in Shi:pc«tled church, where he 
lia» a fine moiiuinvul. Uia aon atid aae- 

WiLt.MU PMli-i.ipr«. Mil- of Clarendon 
and linee I)!en, m. Jane, Hrrtimt dA»|rhlpr 
of Kir Samuel Dasbwood, knL by wliom he 
had Isane, 

I. AMBROi>t. bia heir. 

II. SiHt'Ku who «. his brodior. 

III. William, who H. 17>jtl, aged ibrly- 
one. 

The elde*l una, 

AUBRo^E PHti.Lin'9. rsq.offinrendonand 
Onice Uit'u, vuccvcdt'd his lattitT. When 
yooni;. \w tmrelK-tl into llalv, wherv he ac- 
(jaifrd n prral tnalc for nruhilet-nipr. of 
which he hns Irfl M>mr nohlc K]M-cinH'iii at 
(iarrndoit. The m-iffiutitYnt gateway (iin 
fxact re}treiientatiun of T'mu'n att-h al 
Rome), the tetnple and oU-tiik in the park. 
a* wctl aj the hvuutiful tout)* front of the 
bouae. were all de»i|^n(-d by him : be also 
laid otil 1' -*. m"* so dPBerrHIy ad- 

mired, 1 lit one end n Grecian 

portico, U)i].i>>.Li tif il bv an arenueof rvpreiw 
Ireea, Ilf dird M. i*. for the cnuiiiy of 
Lcicevlrr. which lie hitd reprei<«nted for 
fourteen >eare. fllh N"*i'nd>er. 1737. and 
waa buried In She|te»li«l Church, wliere be 
baa a aplendid munument. Never baviajf 
toiarried, he waa ». by hit brother, 

Stvi-EL PHiLtipPs e«q. of (tareadon and 
Grnre Dieii. who m. fir>t. Sarah, dnu((hUT u( 
Fmnria Lewi.*, rM\. of Stanford Hall, in the 
rOofity of Nullingtuim, whirh Indy iit. 1Mb 
JaiiiiAry, I7(jf(i and derj^ndty, Man,-,* dan. 
ofThomaa Allaopi>,eiiq.io\«hriiii^Aflet*wards 
ItAdy (iordoD). at bit tlc-atb. he \rU ilie e*- 
tate* of tiarendon unri (trnre llieu for life, 
beiiij; rnlallcd afUT bor drntb upon bis con- 
aid. 

* Mrm. I'tuHipp*. •tim tint ilntb nf Imv Ant 

li"-'-- ' -^ ' !"■"■■ I - ■???, m.Sn 

V ■ llftJMltv'll 

■mI wliQ «rw tUtBcmicd trom « oM Seeub naily. 



TiiOHAit MinCH. eaq. of More (.'rilcbell. 
in ibe cdiinly of Donufl. T'n* L:rtklli-n>a(i* 
jwAiiinril the nAme ut I' the death 

of hie roiuiii. Samui-l I'n -j. In 1777, 

and *. to the eetntra of tiiiicixiou, uud Uracv 
Uieu on [be driith of Lndy t.t')rdcvn, in I7V7.*^ 
Hew, 8uMin.diiii);htero|t'h«rle» Lr»|e,r»<|.f< 
of Moyle« (^(iirl. in the fiiiint> nf llanU,j 
who, by the dralh of her I. '"' .fl* 

liisle, eMj. ill IttlU, Ix't-anie t lb| 

Li->li' t-atal<'«. Ily h)T, who *tj» o. ^<iii 
ccinber, l7.Vi, he hnd iMoe. 
I, (:lui<t,r«. hill heir. 
ll.'Sdmiiel-Marcb, i. Utb JuIt, I;M. 

* TboBu .Mtrrb {,Phitlii>r«) wa« il nua ti j 
fnim an bnmiumliUi family of ibo nan*, af f fMch 
eiir»ct)o(i, for terml [rmanClotu •MlU n F-af- 
liutd. Bud rkMcly cotmvoted with fb* baib uT 
Ijile. Hit fatlter. 'Mwibm Marrb, Mt|- wU'd. 
in London, in tb« vw IT.M. -i. i«tn>- fiMtib 
dau)tht*!r uf Kdtianf t.iale, ea<| •"<:. 

in tlie county of Wilts, aiut '■< ' ta 

the eeonty ol lUntii. by Mary, oa^y iUi..i.i'r 
8ir Amlinnwi Pliillip))*. uf Guvndoa. Ih> u^:. 1 
John .UiKh. eB>|. ol VV dkatf Park, t« tb* i 
of (.'aoibhdit*. had two d«u(Bian. eo-bair 
t. Temut, m. Thoaiu Dadhwood. 
W tl\, tri ilu> county af Lttcobi, by wl 
Bh« hul i>>«u*, 

Daaliwood, «1m 



L BatvaiM 

Well. 

t. lllUTi<-l I 

blalNi-.V 
S. Cathci.i. 

II. I'Uitobutb, m. 



aadUttfa 

..- — i. 



Knrl »r KAaf-luuu, ft itb « ban tW 
becMua fitlnci. Itth Uiiiatir. tRM^l 
want of itaue.. 

t Cb»t« Uale, tm\. of Moyln Cmrt. bi ' 
county of Hanta, Wai tha f*|tT 
foon noUa led •orient hwtly wha wata i 
harasa of Enclaoil, bj iJi* '<• •- "f l-^"*- > 
tba U)a of Wifht, whir > 
abayuee lisM tbft Rifti ' ' 
iiald l.i>!* Wia OOe ot lb" KaHv l'*«t«l«stkr« J 
Oaroadon Abhay. Ibandpd tn 11.15. by llafe«t 
l^uK^u, tlie icood Rarl of LamaMe. •• ba 
sutnanieil, Tiir lltK t'laUfeii* or Wbtia 
wt><. MU/w the nile o<St Babeilin wftbMt 
^linn, and which AMiey WM Milfl>lid is IM(J 
bv II1J.I.V VIII. Tbal B»aBan* in»'e w wi* I 
Uodsbalonfrbtf, to TbowM, Kwt of H«tJwd,i 
aoM II to tha l>uk« of BaaklMbMn. wmi feiM 
it Waa |Mirchaa*d M Hir Amheoaa l*bai^fi^ 
Ibllit, m wkicb Aailr H baa m 
Uoaau, Lari of I i-*- — •■■- -•- 
nKAk in Garaador f* h* -aA^ 

daya. Of tbia fcm ••• fc*»* 

fvconk in Camd^r ru. ftw^ 

Joha U»1f, on* ol ■ * -t »nnbf» «f 

(TwriiT, 111 ibiimjcnol l.< v »nv 111. wa»l 
Ailittiiitl of t:nclanil, and fitacM in tha I 
ia wWI. )•- ■- ' -Inniabad " 



burW"! 1' 



ia »i. OfWf^- 
tka fcnily ■ 



ioba LHb. «% «* 



MARTIN, OF THE WILDERNESS. 



99 



/■ 



m. rhumDillc Cniiit. »isler of tlip 
Kiilhl Hon. rhiir|r-» <>ruDl. rn-ntvii 
Luffl GIrUfli; Jit iKify, and by her. 
wbo d. fu tSi'i. hoi iisue, 

I. fiVEKCKK. 

3. Alfh-d. 

L Vjtii\y,d. Aupiat lat, 1831. 
3. Wori-n«f. 
3. Advlaidr. 
. hJlN'U'(I'Thomii»-Mnrcli. rector of 
y n«}f(ta, M. Miss Ua>n», anil baji 

1. Tbnmiu. 

3. Fn-rfrri.. rf. IR31. 

a. WlUml, L. A|<ril. 1835. 
I. Eliubrth. 

a. Rmc. 

4. Emma. 

IV. Willt«m-M«n'h, in holy onlcn, A. 
Idtii Mv. >7Vt), •/. IHIrt. 
ilrnrT'Craamrr-Mxnli. lieulfnanl 
tk» royal navy, A. :t3rd Mnnh, 

•March, m. EilwnrrI Dawson, 
hof Whntinn llmur, i» the county 
ptcvtU^, nn<l Hhs JMutr. 



t'a limb, and MmmtMtoncr of bia ffrnt 

I — riiirw of who a w wittow by tlin inf&iuous 

~ ' I, is 16611, bat biWD umvermjjy ind 

■d. At Uic ogii iif i-i^bty. •!■« WW 

l*i«9d aad invented at \\ iocbwtvr, far 

ta hm haaue Iwn ilMutittng miniilmv 

tbore. BfltfT i!m? •lefxttt of tl» Duk* 

!*• liitir BruiT >< ^vpdgnnouT, in Ibv 

Soaarvat. Dr tbu lady, wb<> wm cw 

Sit Whibt ftMmafawv, koL Moyl«i 

tka cmncy of Hota, wu brouglii in 

I tbt Lidaiw ui iaS6. 



II. .Sophia-Marcli, m. tbp ITiiii. Henry 
Kyitt^r, lord hislio)) a( Lii'tilirld nnd 
Cov<-iilry. Iliini son of NaUianiel 
Ryder. Grat Lord ]{arroHby, and ha< 

laaue, 

III. Hanie>t. 

IV. Fraiii;i.-»- An nf- March. 

V. raUifrinF-Mnri-Ii, m. firal, to the 
Hou. Kdnanl Cow|«t. srroml tton of 
Earl Cowper, and Ai'.-»ndly. l» tlie 
Rev. J. Hnmitloii, rw.lor of .Shrpe- 
edted. .Shf d. wiUioul Usiiu, Jaiiuury, 

Mr. Phillipps, who waa deputy lieutenant 
for the county of Lrici'Mcr, and served us 
hi|!h ^hfriir for the »nmc counly in IbOI. 
</. in IH17, and was t. by his eldest 6un, the 
prc«etlt ClIARLEK MAHCli Pmtl-IPPN, e«q, of 
Gareudon, 

Amu — Quarterly 1st and -IHi qnartrr?, 
I»l Hiid 4lli »7.iirL', a rhrcron nr^rnt, iH-twfcn 
tlirec nmrllfU ur, for Pliillijipti. 2iid nnd 
•Ird, a (To^ti frniiiK- bftvm'ii fimr lionn* head.i 
t?ra£«d or. Ul and 4th tii'ld gulf», 'Jnd and 
3rd Bzur*". for March. '2nd and ^rd i)Uiir1iT8, 
or, on »cbkf azure, three liuna ratnpunt ur, 
fur Li»]e. 

rVNfjt— Firal. adenii griflin proper porjfpd 
or, holding a tihietd, on n lielil azure u lion 
rampant or, for Pbillippfl. Hevond, a dcini 
Ijou rampant arg'-nt, holiliug a Maltese croaB 
or, for March. Third, a slag paswuit pro- 
per, for Lisle. 

Hlotto — Quod jaKturo, non quo<l utile. 

luiatrt—ln l>'ircrsler*hire. 

Sratt — Gareudoo Park, and Urnce Dieu 
Manor. 



MARTIN, OF THE WILDERNESS. 

IN, T1I0.MAb, enq. of tlie Wildemesa, in tiiu cotinty of Sarrey, aod of Ston- 
tield, in C'umlMTland, a no-it captain in t]jo royal nnvy, />. 
at Tamerton Foliot, in Devon, 1 Ith December, 1787, atiil 
hoptiiced there, m. at Kcnainirtun, in I^liddlettex, Ann, 
dattghter of John Milea, of l^ndon, and has issue, 

yi M I. THou4«-HrTCHtNS{)N-MANGLE&, &. Gtli October, 1829, 

^w C^^ hftptiaui'il at Havant, in llanLi. 

^^Q^'^J^ II, ncnrj-Ilithmond, t. Hlh tltiober, IHai, baptixed at 



Ml. John-Nickelaou, 



August, 1B36, baptized at 



Keigatv, in Surrey. 

1, i. 21st 
Rv'igute. 

Cltzabptli-AdHakle, h. 4tti December, 1831, baptised 
at Farehani. in Hantn. 



100 



MARTIN, OF THE WII.DKRNESS. 



Ciqtt.Mnrtin br-itijilh^ unlit frprcsentntivc 
of Uit- rliliT liraiirli of the Vnuxrs of CatU-r- 
Ifii, UiriiiiKli the tAmiltcs of Ktchaiontl iiitd 
HiiiuhinMJit, wc iball camiucovc uur ilrUiiU 
niUi the 

:f SKilg rt Vosx. 



(Porl)ienu-l> liMbiryorwl)ii'b,*ei<BDRiCR*l 
KriinrI nnd thtrmmnt I'rrraifr.) 

llnKOLO OR Vaih, Loril oi V*iix in Nor- 
niKtidv, liit^iiiK fur rrli){ioui> iiurpow*. con* 
ft-rn'tl bit Bci^nory upon the ibbev ul' Ibe 
Hul; TriiiUy rI C«tn, cHnif into kngliintl, 
■Oconipnnird b_^ Iiia tliifr »onii, 

I. l-li nrnr. lonl of (rillc-jilnnd br Rtunt 
of ItjiDul()b dc Mcfti-liiiicii. i\\* line 
U-nniuiiU'd in an bcirraii. Miiud. wbo 
M.TboQiai lie l^lultiin, and i-onvcw'd 
lh<'bAruny urCiilii'filaitd bilhiil faintly . 
linw rrjirt-jw-nlrd hv Lurd Dacrv. 

II. I{«M:Lr-M,lorditrTr)rfrni»yne,wbaM> 
line i^rniinitlrtl irt nn heireM, Mkf- 
gvry. wbo w. Vrillinro Vaui ofCat^ 
tvrlun. u bcrcafu-r ntntrd. 

til. KO|tP.HT. 

Tb« yauiiBCil KOii. 

RonrKT tiKVtiA, srittrd himiclf tn Nor- 
mondy, »nd wsi Mucirtrdcd by bl) »on. 

WiuJ«H Uk \ Ai'\, uhu hnd three tont, 
Rtibi-rt. Adiiiu. nnd W ilUkui. ^riorof I'cut- 
Bev. The <'lile»t. 

KiiBtRT Dt V«i'^, tutd JMae acvenl sons, 

TtS. 

I. nniF.HT. 4, 1, p. 

II. J<iH> (Sir), of whom hrreafUir. 

III. Piiii-ir. 

IV. Ou vm, Kntcstor ofthc Biiniap Vbiu 
of tliimi>*<lfin,rstincl lOtfS. 

HiKioHN Vu X, liTinn It! Hrh. 11.(1108) 
wu fBtbrrarJobu, tJiUicr of WUUam, failwr 
of 

HiB WiuuM Vitx.wholNrd fnw^i. Ut.v 
III. lit! WM falbrr orUilliain Viiuv. wbo 
flt, M»r|irt) Jieifruuf Vaux ofTryrnmtyiir, 
and of John V»u\. auri'alor of a fnmity of 
dial iiinif, •ff*trd at Odiain. county Hiinbi. 
Sir niltimn h.l« futber of Willuini, failierof 
Jobn, MrtkiLli Uiirr wa> •iicr^edcd by ■ xin 
and i:r>iiiili>(iii of thr Minr onmr. the lut 
orultuui Ixtit a hin. Will mm, liiing in M'Ht. 
whuai- *ou. WilUain, ml laubfill IMauiure, 
and ««« fittlier of 

JnH^ VitA ol Calterleo.ro.CunibrrlAnd, 
M, trtt, • ilauglil«r of — Craiimdiurpr, luid 
bad JMur, 

I. WiuitH.«f «vb»nWr«MA*r. 

It« M. MKuodljr, Mary, daa. of — SLWtoo, 
•dH bad iK*UF, 

II. J()ii«, u«*»tor of Ibe Vaaxr* of 
MylBi-ribe, cu. CuaJM-rlantt. 



WiLLUH V«C1I, r«s- of CaUrrleft, afoi»- 
«aid, fldrst^Dn.ni. Jftiie.dauf^hli'r of-~ t^- 
bouriir, and hnd four auno, uf «lioni, 

ItiintAVD Vai\, tbi» *fo>od, bal dduf' 
utirviviiic. livlnn in 1677. m. Anne.dnosfctof 
of— Salki-ld, and wat fr»nAfiA\ut of 

JDH^ V«i-x, TM], of rAlUrlr-ii, wkn iL 
leaving two dau|;bli>r«, his ri>-hrira. Tix. 

I, UiQfii .the irhlrr, m. Xo (.liriaNrpker 
Rii-hmond,oflIit;heiulCa>tlc,a»k«iT- 
aiur mentioned. 

II. MtHK tbc yinini^r. m. Williia 
<>r«h»ui,ufUicNuuner;,eoiU)ljpCHft- 
brrUnd. 



^«ntI(M of Kirtmnd isb JtrvtrtiaMn 

Jtni> RuLiiMoMi.of P iV.iftiWj 

)iRn»h i.if linlFlon, CO. i '-.m M»r-'_ 

jERn'i, dnughirr of Hu^h I--.iniU(-r. «»«|. of 
Lonliier. po. We«imor>'lnnd, by Ihtrutby, 
dau. of Henry, Lord ClitTonlf and Iwd 

I. John, 'hi* aucwaaor. 

II. CbrtsUipbrr, of FcUoairrU,iD< 
bcrtaod. d. «. ^. 

I. MiROiHP.T, ai. Rie>iaftt ffarA, of 
(jirat Salkeld, in (.'umbcrUnd. 

II. Ada. IK- lluuh Mnrhr-tl. of Cr«&ra- 
Ihoriie. in tbc co. of WialmorelaAU. 

The rldrr mid, 

John Richmokd, «a4).of lliiibead C«ad^ 
M. firnl, « lUuitblrr of — I' - - =iw 
brotbi-r lo I^iird Itacre of > Wt 

by hrr bad no m'-- '"-' '■'-•- 

Sarpt, datigblrr •^■ 
hie. CO. <-"">l" ■ 
i.Frav 

m, n ,._■,-, I . . 

of Tailanure. co. CoBbarUao. hmt 
i. i. p. 

II. Jribn.i/. young. 

III. CiiuiRTurHi'.R. auoueMerto Mi W»- 
iher. 

Tbr youDf^at aoo, 

ClIRtKTMrHllt RlillKo^n 
brad Ca»lW afnfMtid. m. fii 
Irr fif Thtimaa Maiilatr. aad !h*il i«rur aa 
only lou. 

I. JoHn.rf. unnu 

He Bi. ircondly, EUxBheiki.4kuMiilrr of Aa- 
ibonr Cbaytnr. rwi- of Croft Hall. c*. YmW 
and iiad isaue, 

II. Franria, rf. an tnfaal. 

III. CiinuTnrnr-N. bia aoooaaaor. 

I. Marvi-ry, m. Jobn .ifUoBby. oq. af 
CarlUlr. 

II. E1izaltnh.Ni. lUHtanI BcxtrfafSa- 
burcham. In tW mbbI) af C^w Wr 
Intul. grtit. 

III. ftla^.M.Jobn Vaux.yraC.ortJllW 



MARTIN, OF THE WILDERNESS. 



101 



ll«ssT»»»', is Uir county of Weat- 

■. ' ' .iiH)r,<1auehlcr orRirlinrtI 

.iilr>.'>: II<>k<Ui IIhII. in Uit! county of 
nWrUncf. aud Itad Uaue, 

1%. Wilhvn.of Hviirilb.in Cumbcrlnnd. 

It. Jwiir, Mt. Sulouioii TurtKT.citiief.-H of 

Lf»4lcIoll. 

«. MaWn. 
d, 1(M3. *>»< Mas >iiccea«l«tl by bU Uiird 

CRIlarui 1. 'i'>KD,eH|.or llighrnd 

ttCt, h cuxa Itii^; Bt. firiil, Mobell, (Jau. 
c»-hrir*'M of Joliii Vanx. f»q. of Cat- 
«. in ibr )i4riali uf Ncwioa, in Cum- 
■ml. nnd bad Umie, 

•' I < rut'ilCK. hill Iti-ir. 
' ' I . aged uxtefin years, \QCt!i. 

'Jhl*Kdal«ii, agrd iwrlve ypar», 1005, 
M. Jotin Fviitoii, rtt|. of I*luni|iluii 
Flciid, in tile? (-iiuulv of Cutulitrtand. 
, wcondty, Mntc<liil<-'ii. tlnuiflilfr of 
IliiildlitloD, CMj. uf HilttUll-jotlll, 
CiintlH'f Uiiil.ntiij iiiktl iMuc, 
t. Andrew, M. ill LotidoD,Simb Wise- 

OUtt. 

II. DitrntJiy.aicrd onr ypir, IOr{.'j,f/, uijin. 
■It. Margrry.Agvd M-f^ii inoniljs, HHKt, 
' I m. 

Richmoud tvu livlni; in 1078, 
•4 ni.* it«cvur mu Mccreded by lita t*l- 

'■'■ ..-tf-" !».. t-Mo^n.cM]. of MighfrAd 

■ n nforrsaid, wbJch 

. ; : il itimuKli lii» mother. 

■ , dniiKliliT Ml Sir Wilfred 

I ImII, ill CumberUiid, by 

I. CiiRiRmriiCR, bis brir. 
t. Jutr, ■ntn. UifA, m. Willuini Stcven- 

i«n, fM{. uf Piutllilltdl. 

II. Mvv. t/. uinn. vtt. /mt. 

m. KroDiilv. ill l(i7H, liitWII, dnuifhtrr of 
■« '.of l^ndon. and niece of 

W- ■ I. li> wlmtn (who rv-aiar- 

l hriuji i:iKj Mrftthiiis MilWr, nod H. 
0| h^ IkAii Uauf, 
ti. rrkaiMui, H. un infaiil. 

III. WillUiD, b. 7th Juiiuftry, 1684, d. 
no iiifaat. 

ti. ))(««>, of Higtimd CMtltf Mid of 
<• .. .1... rrho. hy virlur of an t'litiil, 
■n the dmth of bid brother 
- . I ,.;' --i.H . .! ii.. ; hf rf. tiinn. iu 
17 Hi. ami I dutctl Itfl Svyi- 

c«-t»U-r, ai , i; 'inti Oi-tubcr, 

ITIfi, brquuibed all his «uu< to hi» 

minor in IWti, m. Snmuel 
■'J n roloiirl of foot, and 

. .lUKt.w. P^trr 

< il >K.rlUiii, in thr i-niilily 
I litud, collrt-tor of rKrtar, 



who survived ber, and if. 1732, itar- 
iug l«o lioiis, 

1. Ih-iiry-Rii'btnond Brougham, of 
&cHh*«, in Uir county ufr'tinihrr-. 
land, and of llighf^ad ; bi^h »hi'- 
riffof ('amhcrland, 17W,^. uinn. 
in Uiat year. 

2. John, a minor M3'l,d. aiiro. pit& 
jMitrit. 

V. Sanb, a minor 1(10(1. m. (ir«t, George 
Sitn|)Bon. Ri^iit. of Thackvroad-nooL,, 
in i^tiuibi^rlAnd ; and fiecondly. Jolin 
barl^rr. of Tbethtvaitc, in the sjnne 
eouiity ; ihey were boUi livinp in 1 7:16. 
11. Mnlfvll. B minor 1693, m. licnry 
Itriscu, Aumi'liine a <-a|>tflin of <tra- 
goonit.yottiiee«taonof John Brtsco, of 
Croflou, in Ctmibi>rland. 
vii.8u8Hniiiih,amfnor 10)3.whui/. (intti. 
I77d; gbc had Ili>;lie)id lor life by her 
mother's will, and ('aUerlrn iii fee, 
which b_\ will she left Iu her nirce, 
Mrs, Curwen, daughter of Milliam 
Gale, 
vtii. Harcarrl.n minor lfe)3,iR.Willinin 
Gale. of Wbitebuven, merchant : she 
d.2olh September, I70U, aged sixly- 
nine; hr«/. Ulh May.1773; bulbbarird 
at Wbiiehaien. 
IX. Anne.&.nai March, IQtJ^.rf. yonng, 

vitA patris. 
\. Martha. 
Tbe eldest son. 

CiiRtsroi'iir.n Richmond, of Iliiibead 
Caade, of Catterlen, nnd of Hlitdley Urea, 
in the {Miriiih uf Allendale, in the eouiity of 
NorihninherUnd, b. cina l(J7tt, t»i.Utb Juii«>, 
iGitH, Klizitbetb, dauf^hter of Hugh Watnon, 
uf Holmes, in l^ast Allen, in the county of 
N'orthiinibcrland. by nhuni (who H. 2Ttb 
July, I7'K), i)f;ed»ixty-lhree, and was buried 
at Si. Margaret's f'baiiel, in the iHirish of 
Su OHwald, in (he eity uf Durhain,) he bad 
two dauj^hters. his co- heira, viz. 

I. ELiitABKTH, tbefldeot.ofthechapelry 
of St. Marpiret nforesjiid : d, unm, 
IHtbrebruitr,v,17(t)S,ngedsixly-eigbl, 
and WHS there buried. 

II, Uabf.uji, bnpt. at Allendale, Htb 
June, 1701. m. John Hutch r^boN. an 
hereafter dialed. 

Christopher Kichinond wn> buried in the 
elmnuel of Allendale Chureh, 'JGlh May. 
1702, nnd d>ii]g uitboul mate issue, the es- 
Intea of Hi^head nnd CHlterlen jinfwed. us 
before stated, to hi» brother of the half 
hloud, who leH thiin to hia mother; and 
thus became vested in the tsuue of the second 
marriage. His %ounger daui^hter. 

Lmbklla Richwom), m. in I*;ia, JtiliN 
HuTCHiswN. ewj. of Frainwell (late, witliiii 
tbe ehapelry of Si. Margaret aforewiid. who 
died in l7-t9, .ind »he in Noreniber, 1740, 
leaving i«siie, 

1. JuiiK, of whom lierenfler. 



100 



MARTIN, OF THE WILDERKES3.. 



Cnpt.Miirtiii being; tht> ioIeTepreseolatWe 
of llie pldfT branch of ihe Vauxes oC Calter- 
Ifii. lliriJugh llip t"amilif» of RiilmiijiiJ niiil 
I1uli:hiQ80B, wc shall cumtucucc our details 
with tbe 

:fava\lv of Faux. 



(FortheearU ltii4U>ryor which, tee Ockke's 
Extinr-t and Dormant feerai/t.) 

HtiidLU DK Vai'x, Lord of Vaux in Nor- 
nmiidv, hA^itiR for rvUgioua purpottes. coo- 
fprreil Ilia Bfignory upon tin? abbey of llie 
Holy Trinity al Caen, cuine into bnglniid, 
accompHuied by his three »oii», 

I. Ht'BF.HT. lord of (•ille^land by g:raat 
of It'iuulpb de MeKbitivd. Hid line 
tpriiiiiintfd in au beire^. Maud, who 
m.Tbotaas de Mullon. and ronveyed 
llie barony of Gillesland tu Ibnt family, 
now rcpr«:»t'iited by Lord Ditcnr. 
II.RAMtUftl.lordofTryprmayiie, wbo«e 
line terminated in nn hoirem, Mar- 
gftry, who m. William Vaux of Cat- 
tc-rtt'n, aa berealWr stated. 

III. KOBEHT. 

The youngttal son, 

RiiaE»|- Dt.V*i:x, lu^atpd himBcIf in Nor- 
manily, anil nan fucceeded by bis eon, 

WiLUAU OK Vaux, who had three son*. 
Robfrt, Adam, and Wllliani, prior uf Pent- 
nt-y. Tbe eWfst, 

RoBEEtT DE Vaux, had laaue several sons, 
vU. 

I. RoBtitr, (/. t. p. 

II. JitllN (^ir), of whom Wrenfter. 

III. PHILIf. 

tv.Ol.lVF.H, ancestor oftheBaroiii Vaux 
of Harrowden, exiiiict 1063. 
The SCi'Oud von, 

StHJmiijVAix. living 10 HfK. 11.(1166) 
wiui fntherof John, fallier of WilltHni, father 
of 

SiK WfLLuM Viix.who lived temp. Hrk. 
III. He was father of William Vaux. who 
m. Murjicry. heiress of Vaux of Tryermayne. 
und uf Juhn Vaux. uut-estur uf a family of 
that name, nenti-d at Odium, trounty Hnnto. 
Sir William was father of William, ialliirof 
Juho. whidi latter vt»» tiucceeded by a aon 
and j^randxon of tbe eaine name, the laat 
ofHhom had a son, Willinni, living in 14'^, 
whose son, William, m. laahetl Itelamore, 
and wfu father of 

J(»HN \m\ oI Catterlen. co. Cnraberlnnd, 
m. firel, a daugltlerof — CraLeuthorpe, and 
bad insue, 

I. William, of whom hereafter- 

He m. aeroudly, Mary, dau. of — Skeltoi), 
liod bad ititxv. 

II. John, nneestnr of Ihe Vtiuxe* of 
Mylnvrike, co. CumburlaiuL 



WtiMAH Vai:x, e#q. of Catterlen. 
fiaid,eUli'itt«oii,m. Jane,ilnu|;hier of— 
bourne, and had four loits, of n bum, 

ItiiwuiM) Vai'X, the seconil, but 

ffurvirine. Uvitig in I j77, m, Anne,4ai 

of — SaTkeld, and w.-is praiidfather of 

John Vii'X, eaq. of Catttrli-n, k 

leaving iwn daughter*, his t>o4ii-ir», v 

I. M,iBHUL,tlie elder, ™. to Chri»l 
Richniund,of[liKbeaaCa»ae,M 
after mentioned. 

II. M*Hr, the yoanger« 
Graham, of the Nunnery,) 
berlnnd. 




;^amtlir« of Vidimonb bqIi nul 

J<iHSRlcHMo\u.of HijtbeuJ t*i 
parish of ilalston, co. Cunitierl^tud. m 
^-aret. dauj*hlrr of llngh I^Mlhef, i 
LoKllier, cf>. Wetitmoreland. by tk 
dau. of Henrr, l^ird Clitrord,Bud ha^ 

I. Juhn. hi« sucoeunr. 

II. Cbristophcr. of FelluDwet 
bcrland, d. >. p. 

I. MiKOARKT. m. Richard 
(irent >^alkeld, in CnniberlanJ 

II. Ada, m. Hugh Maebrll, ofC 
thor|)e, in Ihe co. of Weat 

The elder son, 

JioMK RiciiuoN'D, csq.of llt( 
in. first, a dauf^bler of — I)i 
brother lo Lord Dacre of tbt 
by her bad no i»sue : and srcobdl] 
garet, daughter of Thomas Italston, i 
dale, CO. CnnilK-rland. and bad 

I. FktNru.cifHighead CaiitVaf* 
m. a dnui^hter of I^neelot ¥' 
of Tallantire, co. Cumt 
d. I. p. 

II. John. d. young. 

III. CiiiitSTuriieH, »ucoe«sarj 
tber. 

The youngest son, 

Chrintoi-hkr Ricmhoko. caq^ 
bead Castle aforesaid, m. Gnl. Atme, 
ter uf Tbuniaa Maplule, and biMl 
only aon, 

I. JoHS', rf. unm. 
He m. (x-condly. Eliuibeth, daof 
thuiiy Cbaytur, est), of Croft Hi 
aiid had iiuue, 

II. Francia, d. an infant. 

III. CllRISTOPIIEK. bb 

I. Mnrf^ry, m. John 
Carlisle. 

II. F.liziihetb.m. Riehard Uaxt« 
bnrKli.-iin, in ihe county 
land, gent. 

III. Mary, iw. John Vaax,] 




MARTIN". OF THE WILDERNESS. 



lot 



t»r, in tiie county of We»t- 

.<'«nnr, ilao^hlrr orRicbanI 
) . '■; II> •Lctb Ilnll. to fbe couoty of 
riand. knd liail UfUi-- 
n, \Villi«ro,uf I'enritb.inCumbcrliind. 

IV. jMfip.w. Sotoiuuti TuroiT.citizt'ii of 
L*>tMlon. 

V. M*b«Il. 

, J lKi'> asd was ffucc««diHl by h'n Uiird 

I lir-H KlCHHDND, C^Sq.oriIi^fl«A(| 

tmae, i. firca ltt33 : m. dntt. Mabell, dsu. 
cwlirirtn uf Julin Vnux. r^q. of Cnt- 
«, In Uir {wirtsli of Newtoo. in Cun- 
hIojhI. Biid bad iMiie, 
L CHutKrorHCK. )iU lt«*ir. 
n. Juhii, aged aixtren years, ltW5. 

I. Magdalea, ageil iwi-lvc yran. 1666, 
■i. John Ft'iilitu, CM), of I*liiii)|tlon 
llrad. in tlir rouiily of CuniUerland. 

k ■. wcoodly, Ma^iikii, daiiKbwr of 
mixry Hmldi'-^loD. rm], uf Hiiuou-joliii, 
• is CtimlMTl-iint.nnd linil isaae. 
Ml. Aiutfvw, m. ill Uiiidou.isarab Wise- 
nun. 

II. Pi" ' "tpyrnr,IOfi6,f/.utini. 
Ml. Mj . . 5t:rt'ii nioiillis, 1(166, 

^. Htm I 
haiof>lH*r Kicbnioiid araa lifinfc in 1078, 
hi» di'craac WMi«tii:C4>H)pd by hU i*!- 

Mtrnntrn Kicnvn>ip.r«i.f)f Hi)>h<>ai) 

and of CailvHri) nforftniij, whiili 

'cwtelrht iiili>-nli:d (hriiii|>ti Iii5 mother. 

I*. §nU Marv, dniiKliiiT <fi Sir Wilfred 

»n. T^utt. •if' laell, iii ("umlierlrtiid. by 

I. • ' MhR, his hvir. 

I. Jam*, aniw, 1(913, m. William Stt'Tcn- 
•«»a, eMj. (if I*luni|i(oii. 

II. Mart, d. uiiin. ni. pat. 
M. Mxionilly, in Hi7t4, lftAl>c1l, dau|{ht«r of 
■^» K'ynoldi, of London, nad liiece of 

»Vi^<l* T"*«rr»on, by wbnm (who r«-niar- 
t7iri MnlUiifiB Millvr, und d. 

.•) IMUf, 

• U. an infant. 

t , &. 7tli J:iuunry, 1684, d. 

-RT, of Highead Ctull« and of 

I o.L- rlrti. who.hy virlup of an fntail, 
HKTvr^lf^l un tJio death of his brother 
bi flir C*turr\*'n «(talr : lie rf, iiiiin. in 
1716. and by bin will daM 1st S<-|)- 
Wiabcr, aiid (irovnl 'i!ml Octubt?r, 
ITin. biM|ueatbed all bi» Mtate to bis 

I minor in I6D3, m. SaniQ«l 
<4]. a colonel of foot, aod 
I Pla»criitiii, 

.. N minor in l(iOC),w. Peirr 
U:l ..^lijiii nf Skrlbin, In the cnuiUy 
'il CumbrrLuid, collector of excise, 



who uorwiTw! her, and rf. 1732, leav- 
iuf; Ino son», 

1. Henry^niehmond nrou^bBtn.of 
Scnles, ill chi* county olT-umbcr- 
land.aiid of Hi;;head i hi^li ahe- 
ritfof C'tiraberlaiid, 17-19. rf. uiiui. 
in lliHt y*r»r. 

2. John, a minor 1732, J. anm. tila 

V. Sarah, a minor 1603, m. first, George 
Simpson, {[fnt. of Tback wood- nook, 
iu Citmbf-rlanil : nnd »ecoudly, Jolni 
ifarker. of Tliclhivaito. in the same 
couiily ; they were both living in nUG. 

%'i. Mnlicll, R minor l(f93. m. IL'nry 
Itristfo, sometime a i'a)itAiii uf dm. 
gootiii, youngest »on of Jobu Urisuo, of 
C'-roftoM, in (.'umberland. 

vii.SuBannuh,a minor 1((!>3. who (f.iniib. 
177d; she hnd Highcnd for tile by her 
mnthfr'f) Hill, and CatturU-n in lee, 
nliirli by will slie left to ber ni'cv, 
Kirs. Ciirwon, daughtrr of Williara 
Ualc. 

vM(.Maritnn>t,Hroiaorl6£)3,fi).WilIiiim 
Gale, of' ^N'hitvhavfn. merchant : she 
rf. 'iTilU September, I76i', aged sixty- 
tiiur : berf. Ulh M.-iy,l773; botli bnrird 
■I Wbiiehaven. 

IX. Anne, A.fltb March, IC82,rf, yonng, 
ri/A f>alru. 

X. Martha. 
Tb« eldest flun, 

('HnivrnrMi-.K Richmond, of Ilighrad 
Castle, of Cullerleu, and a| Hindle) W'nra. 
in the fiHriAh of AHendale, in the ronitty of 
Northiinibi-rland. &. circa UiT6,iM.Uth .hiiir, 
101)6, Klizabeth, dauj^blt-r of Hugh Watiian, 
ol Holmes, iu HasI Allen, in thr county uf 
Nurlhuniberland, by tvhuni (who rf. 'J7tU 
July, 17-tn, a^cd sixty-liirrr, iiud nns buried 
At St. Miirgarel's r[ift[tet, in the |inrish of 
St. Uswiild, Iu the cilv of Uurbam,) he bail 
two dAughlers, hia co hclrv, viz. 

I. £li/4Bkth. tbcrldrsl.of thechapetry 
of St. Mnrgaret aloresnid: rf. unin. 
IWbKehruar>.170K,«ge(l«ixty-eigbt, 
nnd Hist there buried. 

II. IsARFXi.A, bnpt. at Allendale, 8tb 
June, ITOI. m. John Hi'TCHINSON, aa 
bereaflvr ftMled. 

Chrtslo;iher Rielmiond wn« buried in tlie 
chancel of AlUndale Church. 36lb May. 
1702. and djtiig nitbunt mak- issue, Ibe es- 
lni*'S uf Hijihead and Ciillcrli-'ii |iiu>sed, as 
before i>Iated, to bis brother of the half 
hluod, who len Ihein to bis mother; and 
thus became vested in the i»«ue of the second 
marriage. Ills }ouugt-r daii;;hler. 

l!^.4Bi:Li.A Richmond, m. in 17:12, John 
Rl>lCMlNS(iK, esq. of Frainwell (.Jate.uithiii 
the ehapelry of Si. Margaret aforesaid, who 
died ill 17'ltt, and itbe in November, 1746, 
leaving liiaue, 

I. JdtiN, of wbum hereafter. 



102 



MARTIN, OF THE WILDERNESS. 



II. Oiristnpher, of Diirlism, (fetit. I>«|)t. 
ut St. Mnrgaret'»,'22nil Mdrch,1736: 
d. t. p. in 1760. 

III. TboaiaR, bftpl. at St. MArt^firfl's. 
1 1th September, and buried tbert; 3l8t 
October, 1740. 

The eldrst »on, 

Ji>H\ HiJ rcKiNxnN.sAineliino of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, of SkirsgiU, near Pen- 
rllh, and of Cro»stieId lloii^p, tiPitrKirkoB- 
wald, in Uie county of Cumberland, after- 
wards of Nenbigfnn Hall, near Tetnplff 
8owerby, and lallcrly of Appleby, county 
IVestmoreland ; baptized at St. Margaret's, 
23ni February 1732; m. at Dacre. in Cura- 
berlnnd. Julv I7I>0, Frances, younf[est d»u, 
of Williitiii Wbflpdnle, of Skirogiil [Imise 
afon'Sftid, by wliom (\rlio</. 2 litt September, 
lB2l,)b(> hadidsu?, 

I. JuiiN, iieiiteuunt in the royal marine 
aerrice. born at Ciro»9l1i'Id,2Alb Mav, 
1763, d. on board H.M.S. Ednar, off 
tjic Madras Roads, 17K), uiiiii. 

II. Clirislcijilier-WiUirtin, i. at Newlitg- 
giii-ball, 1 1 tb November,] 7f>!),(/. utim. 
at WolUlon. in tin? county of Nottd, 
in Irr^i. and was there buritd. 

l- Eu/.»Di.TH, of whom herralter. 
Jolm Hntrliins'jn tt. *2ttb April, I77(j, and 
was burti-d at Appleby. His only daii(;fat<.'r, 
Kil/AHKTH UrTrit'iv^os, heirefts of !ier 
brothcr-i, A.at Crwafield '2-^nd Ausiist. I7C5, 
m. at Peiiritit Mtb Deircmber, (78.'%, Jiih\ 
NlcKl-EaoN Maiitix," of WoIUton, in the- 
county of Noltini^ham, sometime a captain 
ID the army, bapt, at fSi. Catherine Colroan, 
Fcneborcb Street, 1st April, 1758, bad i«snir, 
I. Juliii-Nii-kWiMin Martin, b. nt the 
Grove, near Plymouth, filh Novem- 
ber, l7Hfl, d. unni. in Jamaica, 1024. 



* Ccor^* Manin, sncnetiniA of th^ pori&b of St. 

Junfs, W'iH(ltiiiiinti*r, mill aft iTw aril s ot'St. ('alhe- 
ria« Cobuan. Fpocbunrb Street, ourgeon of Si. 
THonu'a Iwapitnl, Ikkii at Antij^a, m. at May 
Fttircbapvl, Uth >lar(-li. 17.M. Mary, ell] iw daugh- 
ter of Jobn NtckletoD, of Sianmorv, in tiw county 
of Miilillnuu, aiiil of l,andon, aierrhuit, and w 
hair of her brotbfr*. John nnd Kicbard NicfeloaoD, 
bv wbatn (who JimI in 177 ■). nod wiu buried at 
l$l. AimsB, Liinetinii.tp,) lie bad laaue, 
1. JitliO'SiobleMQ, ahoTe.iBMtt)OaM). 
u. Liwrxtf-I'i'i^erifli. bvpt. ai St. Calh«rin» 
al'urenaid, iJlbSepbtaiWr, l7t>Z. d. yiiiiUt;- 
ui, Oeon;tvAnne, uf Worlbiiii;, iit tlie pounty 
ofSuM«i, bapt. at St. Catberia* ■foivAtua, 
t9lb Fnhruary 1771, ui. at l.ainbrtli. I9fb 
July 1904. Ann»<, dnufrliter of U illimu Han- 
kins, of tie CuNtoni-l)Ouii«. hv whom (who 
4, 9tb JaRuniy. IB:fT, and n-as buried ol 



11. Thomas Martin. 

tl(. Geori^e-Kiug MHrUn.A. in tbf-partfli 
of Charles, iu Plymouth, fitJi Juiif, 
17&l,rf. unin. in the island of St. Yia- 
ceni«, 1817. 

1. Eli£nbeth-Mar> Murlin. b. al Mid<Jlf 
Mayficlrl, in tite county of SbUTord. 
i7tb Deceniber, l7Htt. 

II. Curoliue Martin, b. at Beveriey, iK 
the countv of York, 16th October, 
17.'»7. rf. unm. at WolUton, 1821. 
The only surviving son is the present Tno- 
MAS Maktiv. £sq. of the WilderncM. 

Amu — Paly of six or sad gtilet, oo ■ 
chevron ar^vul, an luichor. creel sable; on 
a chief of ttic nf-cund, tliree m»rtlets of the 
first t|uarteriHg : 

2. Per pale, t;ule« and azure, cntiUly 
or. a lion rampant arKeni, and a ca»- 
loii ermine, for Hutchinson. 

3. Gutcti. two bnr? giemetles.ondaclikf 
or, for Richmond. 

4. (lulea. n fe«s ch*^ay or and galM^ 
between three f^tht of the aeoood, 
for Vaux of Catterlen. 

6. Gules, a fcwi checquy or and Kolet, 
l>ctween »ix parbs of the second, i 
other coat for Vaux of Caltirrieu. 

6. Urgent, a bund chcciiuy or and |;ula^ 
for Vatix of Tryermayoe. 

7. Gules, a cross patonce or, foir Dtk* 
mere. 

8. Gules, six lionc«nuv arf^nl, ifafM^ 
two, nud one, for Leybourne. 

Crcit — lu front ofa garb or, a mania ibI 
statant proper. 

Motto — Fide et clemeniia. 

A'cdl — Wilderness, near Reigain. 



>Vontil4>y, in (l» county of Il(>ru,)b« 
iasar, Iwo aims am) twii dauj^htrra. 

t. Sarah, d. uom. 177^. B|:«d aareatom, ■! 
was buried at I.imeliouae. 

u. (.!harlnm^).wii»i>. bupt. at St. Ca ll— I W 
aforwaid. iMiAu);. I7dl,«. at Sr. VmVk 
Hamiuersiniih, in Uut nnmlv of Miiijlitf. 
bih April, iTDi.to Sumu^l Wcaler. sq-Af 
Hiil^. in the county of Heria, aJtafwaA 
of Higbi;a(«, and now «f lalioftw, iada 
county M MidiUaaai. 

III. Mary. bapt. al St. CalWrin«afcnMt«j,liA 
March, 176.^, in. Sr«t, al Itaitdmi, w da 
cuuiily of Cork. Auruat, 1786, to dw^B 
\Vhit«,wbQ d. Iiitli Aufpurt, 1807. 
buni-d at Cork ; aiul, Sdcoadly, at S,' 
tin'»uitb« Ktrid*. ta dwoountTofM 
»ex. 3ird Fabruaiy. 16oa. u Richatd Ti 
pleloo.esq. 





HENE.VGE, OF IIAmTON. 

HEXEAOE. OEORC:r.-FiIvSCUi. esq. of lUiotoH, i» Ihe county of Lincoln. 
k Hod November, !(!((>«>, m. Itkh January, IHi^, Frances, danghter of Michael 
IWhafvh. itaq. n( Bur^wullu, m Yorkshire. 

Mr. H«o«ig!«, wliu Aucuoodod bis father IGtli June, 1833, is a dcputy-lututenact for 
Ih* eawuj of Liocoln. 

ILinfiigc. 

II. Thomiis. 

III. Jaha, of London. 

I. Afine, m. lo Jolm Tborotrgood, of 
London. 
The eldest ton, 

WiLi.MM llRNE'ice, of Hnioton. married 
two ivivca; by tli« et'coiid, Joan, dMUfthtor 
uC Jubi) Di(iK**l)*^ '■''d a duuiiiliiiT. Elhelrrd; 
Hnd by tlu- ttr»l. MnrKnrcl.duughieT of WU- 
linm CnM'oiK), lie linil Inu sons, 

I. Jitii\, liio bvir. 

II. Kobvrt, auditor of (he Piu-hy of 
LnnctiKter.atiddurvejorortbctJueen* 
Wooil« bciroiid tlie Trent. He n. 
tirai. Lucy. dnuifbtiT and co-bt^ir of 
Ralplt llurlort. v»n. ii( [k'Uift»«')t, io 
l)itf (-uuitty of York : uiid »ef.'oiiilly, 
Murgnrrl. widow of .Sir Ht-nry 
Stntngwayes, knt. and duigbtor of 
Geor((o Manners, Ijord Kooa. Of Die 
lalli^r miirriHgi- ibi-re wad uo U«ue, 
but by bill first wife be left at kit de- 
ceB«e 4tli Jdly. \f>M, (iH-iug buried 
wilb ht'rinSt.CiKlicrinc- CrvvCburch, 
]A>iiilun.) fuur tfonri and two daugb- 
trra, vie. 

1. TimuAK (Sir), who WAA knigbl 
of tbe aljre for iJie couniv of 
Lincoln in t)ie parLiaiiu-nt lit^ld 
m W»'stminitirr in tf Eliziblfu. 
He KSi also captain of bcr ma- 
jrKly'* ^lurdii, treasurer of her 
rhiunlK-r, vip*^-chainb«'rlain of 
ber boii«4>bold, rhauceUor of the 
Dueby of Lani-a»ter. and one of 
the privy council. 8ir Tliomai 
|K)Mesfed Copt Hull, Kl tbut 
period tlic nobte^l Iioum- in Es- 
aex, and was lord of the mnimr 
of Bright) irigse.1, in Ibe tsMaa 
county, lie m. Anne, dangbter 
of Sir Nicliolan Poyntz, of Irou 
Aoloii, in (ilniicestervhire. by 
Joan, bit wife, daiifrbter of Tlio- 
ina«, Lord Berkeley, and dying 
17tli Oelobcr. 15W4. left an only 
danicbter and bi-ireM, 

ELi/iarrti, m. to Sir Mnylt 
Fiucb. ban. of Ktuttvell, In 
Kent. Iter tadysliip ^nr- 
vired her hnsband. nnd was 
crefltcd Vi»coirsrE*« or 
Wui.1411. Ui hrir. MA*li>ToKi: la 1023, aud 



p^ri'wl of the fir«l »rttlcnieu( of tbe 

of Hr*iF-4t.k in l.iiii-olnHbirf may be 

' '■ ' 'ly IIh' riri-iiinHtaiice of Sir 

■ i^;*- btiliu w(lne»4, together 

t i^i- T.jil i\v Anifr-mine (of the aaine 

ly) «»d MTrml olben, ti> n icrnnt of 

froai Sirlwla* BaMt-t to the nionka o( 

Tbr d"''il. a *ery abitrl onu. i* 

111 Kobcrf. Bl&bttp of MiK-uIn, 

ail IW aoria uf tlir rburcli at-ttin^ furtb 

grmmt. Tbia ducunmnl i> nilbout datr, 

■Bttfff hate brrii either in ibe time of 

Hlfiet, wUo W.i« rhattivllor tO Wfl- 




' .. or of II 

.^ t.iii. h. 


"cy. coiise- 

: for. wbeji 

'1 Ltn- 


i"U\ IT II ' 

*• He«ra|[r, L 

Unracv, 

lttnn$:v. 

I..'— ^- .1 ... ; 

'ti. in IJj'F 


I'l u»e. 
1 ii >n *'» illuirir 
.n of Wnlter de 
\*an of John de 
'KT 111.) app'-an 
■ -' .1 t.) iiiti ni'tiior 
lit Kn«tHD 


1 •V.ltr Hui 


■-I iii'-ntJv 


1 lioril 

i <n tbe 

'•u. Lord lie la Ware. 


"•tu^i--- 


von. 

mn. wbo married 
(•■r (Joddard, of 
"1 bad. wilb other 


■ t 11. f 
: at - 


"I tlainton, who M. 
- SUuitfurd, and bad 



104 



HCNEAGE. OF HAINTON. 



COUKTBU or WlKCHEUU 
in Ifl38. Prom Ikia Udy 
Unr«l)y deflceods 

GeoRr.E FtNCH-H»TTn'b, 
pr«e«Dt E.*Rt OF W\\- 
CHCLSKA. (E^e BuRke's 
Peerage «nif Baronet- 
»ge.) 

2. Mtchnel, Ap{>ointed keeper of 
the Records in the Tower of 
London ia 16H1, buried in the 
caUiedr&l church of Sl Paul's, 

3. Rotiert. 

4. Edward. 

I. MirgBTCt. "»- to Andrew BHIes- 

by, of BUteshy, living ia 1602. 
3. Mary. 
The oldesi ton, 

Jon\ Hknekie, esq. of Haiotoo, married 
Eliuilietli. dnagbtfr aud heir of Juhn l*re»- 
tnn, of Sothertston, in Liitculnstiire. and 
dving in 1477. wns aucci-etied by his son, 

' Joi([>' HKVE«r.R, en\. of IlAininn, who m. 
Kalln^rinc, d.nit;liier of ThomaA WymhuRh. 
of Nut-'toii, and bad four soon aad a daugh- 
ter, vix. 

I. Thomas (Sir), who m. Katherine. 
daughter of Sir John Skipwilh, knt. 
and left ao only daughter ^ud lu-ir- 
e», 

ELiZ4Bmi, m. to William, first 
Lord Willougbby, ofFarbara. 

II. John. 

III. George. 

IV. RoberL 

I. Margaret, n. to John Bobun, of 
Dry by. 
The second son. 

John HK\h4r.R, e«q. who inherited Ilain- 
lon from bid brother, Sir Tboniax Keneage, 
km. married Anne, daughter and irole heir 
of E*iward Cope, t»q. of Heliutden, io 
Norihiiniptonshirc, und had is^iie, 

I. John, of Kirkby, who m, Jane, dau. 
of L«dovi4'k WinyfieUl, en\. of the 
Isle of Wight, and h^d three daugh- 
lers, 

Mnr)'. M. to Roger Dabins. 
Catherine, m. to John Ohtltoa. 
A nil r, IN. to Willinm Blfsby. 

II. OtinRUl (Sir),of Haintoti. m. Eliza- 
brth, daughter and «ole heir of Sir 
Richard Southwell, but H. t. p. 

III. WlUIAM, of wbom presently, 

I. Mary, in. flr^t. to Thomas Andrews; 
and Bocoudly, to Sir Uoberl Lane, of 
llorton. 

II. Kntlierine, IN. to Jobo Haakford. 
The third «oii. 

WlltlAM HliNKA<iE, esq. of Bcnworth. 
married Anne, daughter and co-heir of 
Ralpli Fjsbboitriif. of Fishbourne, in Dur- 
Kani, and bud (with two danghtcrs, Anne, 
m. Io NIehriliis Wilson, of Shecpwash ; and 



Catherine, m. to William AKOugli.) 
sons, Thomas (Sir), bis heir: and Geur 
(.Sir), wbo m, Mary, dau. of John B«s«y^ 
Tlie elder son, 

SiH Thomas HestACE, knL of Hainl 
ecftoused Barbara, daoghier of 8ir Tboni 
Unilford, koL of Leamstead. in Kent, «■ 
had four sou and two danghters, viz. 

I. George (Sir), Lis heir. 

It. Guilford. 

III. Henry. 

IV. W UUam. 

1. Mary, m. to Andrew Boyd, of : 

land. 

U. Jane. m. to Patrick Plunkctt, Lorij 
DunsaDy. 
The eldest son, 

Sir Oeorce Hbnragk, tot. of Haintaa, 
wedded Elizabeth, daughter oi Franc 
Tresbam. of RusbtoD, in NorttaamptonshifTv 
and was g. by bis son, 

GFoRt,E Ht\EAril^ esq. of Hainlon, 
m. Faith, dangbter of Sir Philip Tvrwhit 
of Stainfieli), and was succeeded by ht«MR* 

George Heneaue, esq. of Hainlon. wlwl 
m. Mary, only daughter and beirew <)fj 
Thomas Kemp, esq. of Selindon, in Sussea, | 
anil was father of 

GrnRcr. Hf.kf.ai;e. esq. of Hointoa. Thttj 
gentieraan espoasrd Elizabeth, daughter i 
Sir Henry Uuuloke. I>«n. of Wingcworth, I 
by Catherine, his wife, daughter and h^tr Arl 
Francis Tyr^hill. esq. of Ketllcby. and ha4/ 
six soni and two daughters. He was a. all 
his decease by his eldest son, 

ThomaS'Hvm{Y Hesface, esq. of Hab'' 
ton. nho Di. firKt, Uth July. I72H. Anna- 
Maria, only daughter of Roboahlo Fiesrtii, 
Count l>e Ldvagna, in Genoa, by wltom he 
had issue. 

GeoKUE-FiescHI, bis heir. 

Elizabeth- Maria. 
He espoused, secondly. Katherine, r\irA< 
daughter of John Fniiicis Newport, esq. of 
St. John's, Pt;lbam, ia Herts, by whon br 
had iMue. 

Thomas. 

Katherine. 
Ttie eldest son and successor, 

Gp.nRriE-FiF.sriii HtLSf.Auc. es<j. of Wtor 

lor. married I8lh September, 17W. tlie HoR- 

Catherine Petre, eldest daughter of Rohicl 

James, Lord Petre, and hati iasne, 

Gforoe-Robf-RT. his heir. 

Thomns-Fieschi, h. in London 

September. 1771. m. in July. IWC, 

at St. George's. Hanover Square, Iks 

Hon. Ambella Pelhani. ilangbff of 

Charles, Lord Yarborough, and kai 

issue, 

Charles- FieMhi. bu in Avgul. 

IH27, Louisa, daughter of Liir4 

Graves, and has issae^ 



I. Jilgemoiu 
% CpciL 
I. Maiy. 

Hnirj-Prllmnii 

Winilkiir. 

Ar»i' 1. iBr in Dec^nib^r, 

Ik .rgr, ihiril non of 

t'l. < -. riM). at Billing, 

N. -Iiire. 

Edirmrd. *. in London 3I«I July, 1776. 

Mirr-Annr-WitiifrMl, m. MKfch, 17117, 

to F, AicArn, nfj. 
Tcr<M». m. <n MiircJi, 17U7, to John 

rm. dvceaH-il. 

.-if..H..r TIcvFtnR, Mq. orilnin- 
, -iUt l>e«inU-r, 17ti8. 

. ._ -..-.j0d, Jo Surn'V. H*tli \u- 

ITUS. Vnmcetf-Attae, •i>coud daughter 



af LfeDt.-Oenfrml Ofnr(^ AinnliV, rulonol 
of th<> 1:1th rcfiimfnt of foot, ■nd b^d JMue, 
Gi'.oitiiE'l''iEsciii, Iii» heir. 
Edward. 

Franci'»-Annf, m. llthNovmnber, IK3(T, 
to Edward Iloniinl. vfq. of the Jnd 
Life Guiirds, ucphew to Ujc Vuke of 
NorJolk. 
Cndirrini:'. m. I9t)i r>e(r(rnibcr. IU33, lo 
Williiitii Ben>«ford,e«q.oflliKrouniy 
of Wicklow. 
Mr. Ilt>n«[LKi- d. lUth Jtinc. 18.13. and wu m. 
by hiBvIiier»DU,th<' |)r«»4.'iilGKUKuc-FlKscfll 
Hkniui>&, esq. ol Haiiiivn. 

ArmtM — Or, n j^ylionnd couranl «a. be- 
lwM>ti t)iree If opnrd«' hvNdH az. a bonier vii- 
);raited gu. 

CVf/f — A ip't^yliQund vourvnl aa. 

itlolla — T'lujtnint finiiK. 

Iu*iittea — 111 the divuiou of Lindny, LiD- 
colnt-hire. 

.SVtif— Uaiutoii, Lincohtihire. 



GREAVES, OF IRUM HALt. 

li JOHN, oiiq.Qr IrUm lUII, in the county of Lancaster, Iwrn l.5ih April, 
_ bin fnthpr, the late John ftniarea, esq. on the 10th Dvcumbcr, 1816. 

r. Omres ii a mnpiitnito and di^piily-iivntPiiant of tho rounly uf Luncnster, and 
r «f tik* lucml niilitii). lie in a painin of the fine art«. and hin collcclionfi of pjc- 
•Md«l*, And riirioaitim, have been choacn with threat judjpient, and ard 
of ooAtiidcnibW Tftluc. 

of Gheavf.!!, wan I(>cat<^d in x\\f. county of 
I>LTby, »o curly bij the time oflltMiY Land 
rcinBinfd ihiTc niitil (lif close of Uie bcvph- 
teclh century, nht-n its priiici[tal H'al. thnlof 
Bccly, wan 'iiliffuatt-'d to ttit* liituso ol Kut- 
land. Fruui thu (larcnt stiN-k rniuicruiiK 
branches divrrttcil lliruutjh tlic adjnct-nl diV 
IrictsofSlntTuru find Lniicniilcr, and a<^^i|uir<*d 
both opulcucc and disUnLtion. (Sec vol. J. 
P.3B6.) 

The foUowtRft deAM^nt is founded aa the 
Tikitalioni for Derbyshire and family evi- 
dencv. 

John OltbAVM, of Creavct, in tlic county 
of Derby, tlie first in tlic vtsiuiion. marrifd 
Alicr.daii^hlrr of William Uounc.ul'Holmu, 




im , in lb* Col- 
■•i>t of iIm Mrly 



•f ijmt. tbr (.,■ 

D^kOiwu. naniaiatpi Ujm. IIL 

ttAMi WtinFTitkCiMaHu^oius: EnwAanl. 

Cfitea 4» l» Gnww mt l.«titt« afar ajos. 
T^iMtoG«r«U«*b«aEgidU^ EowahvIU. 



JobiBUiM de Im GniTU IL Thorn : fit Eg^dii : 
Jl EnwAiti ill. 

Tbe Iknuly A^nvfA ita namf froin ■ phu* callod 
the GttvrM or CnevM, in (b» imhib of UmIi^. 
wh«T« ihi^ mi(lt><l u Hirly ■• dw rviffn uf lli^nr 
111. Jobn Ur^re*. diMrducmdanl.iii iltc rrim 
ofQuMd Ku/innti, «'■» ■ jbuit ciurthiiM^ vf iW 
ai*nur nf IWWv, ■> •vliu-!i |>Wx< tuvy txMitiiiucd lu 
rwldt* till slKMil Uw yeai 170% 



ft 




Km 



CmEAVES, OF IRLAM HALL. 



ia ibii nme manly, and iriu sncureded by 
bw «ldMt •on, 

John Qheavks, nfOr^Avrt, and of B**^ 
ley, wbn niArrird Elleo. dnnghlcr of Jolin 
Hlack, of JJrougb. lo Ucrbyature, had liu] 
iane, 

I. JiiH^, bit b«ir. 

II. Ri(-li«r<), u( nirr1)o*rr, in prrliy- 
•birv, M. MaixxY't.daiighterof Henry 
Supper, of DvUy. 

III. wilUJiRi. 

IV. Edward. 

V. Cbartcs. 

VI. Atinhmo, 

I. Msry. 

Tbc rttlrtt Mm. 

iiMiv 4iKrA%r». »•«}. of Orr-****. BeHcy, 
And Wi>mlhon»f, liviiitj id IfKI-l, wt-ddtMl Di>- 
r«lh), dau];)i(rr (if Grur)(r AUni. uf Wood- 
lnnu«, wild bail rigbl »aat and three daugb- 
tvr*, vis. 

I. John, of Rowflcy. in Dcrbyibirr, 
who HBJ fntbrr of 

JnHK( of SlanloD. in IVrbvthirr. 
fron wboni itetcenil* tbo l>«rby- 
•hire faxiily. 

II. G««ixe. 

III. Richard. 

IV. Gilbert. 

V. Robert 
vt. Rogrr, 

VII. JoMph, wlio It-n a Mm.rharlM. of 
WoodboBi, litioic in 1713, nbo m. 
Eliu. dauichler of Witliuu Taylor, 
ciq, of Bouibwrll. 

VIII. Tkom4S, of whom prrKnily. 

I. BarbAra, m, lo Tbonias Bafsbav. 
ti. Ana. 
III. Uorolhy. 
Tlif yuutiKral Mini 

TiH>H«A (iarivM, eiq. of HndsUin Halt, 
la Ijinc«<hirr, wa« &UiiTof thr«« fions. John, 
Tbonuui and William, of wlKim tbr rldr^i, 

JniiM Uiirttrs. e9*\. uf Hbawr Hall, io 
LNncaabirv, purcbaM-d an raiai'* nnd en- 
tnllrd il on bia dracvfidatila. Hr w. Han- 
nah, daoghtcr of — LBBf^lry, e*f|. of Ag^ 
croft Hull, orar ManrbMtM. Uip rcpreacn- 
btlice of a vrry rmincnl fnmily. nod had two 
aoot, Thomaf, hia bcir. and John, wbo bav- 
infc *o1d bia proorrty in Kii|;lai«il. avtflrd 
in Jamairft, anil Uifrr fcninrd a (-(iiitiilrrahlB 
forlunf ; he died unmiU'rtfd. Thi- rldrraon, 

TiiuHA* Uhila>eji. MCI- wcddrd Mary 
Birch, related to ihe ctlrbrattd CoIomI 

HiffV •' - ■ - ■■rir of *rrv Urirr Miali*f 

in ll> iifMAUfiirati-r, diid bad 

will.;.. ., . "V- ... t..K. lUII.fMf.; 

and Alic**. M. ( ' ' :in only luo. 

John. Mr. (i^ 3, was buri^ 

at Pxc\r». and t. by bu *on, 

JouK <i»r.it«i-'>, eM). of Irlaai Hall, in tltc 
rmiDly uf (.anraalrr. wbi* m. abnni Ibr yt-ar 
l?a(l, Nafy, third daugblvr o( Jubu LAuca- 



•hire.* caq. of Polaificid, i» Ui«| 

Preslwirb, and had b 

Joii\, bin hrir. 

Tboouu, dif4 uom. tii Marcl 

Mary. 

Sarah, died in infuicjr. 
Mr GreavM rfdiacd (**» 
rCHntnvrrial jmrfluiu, and w«« a i* 
thr late Sir Itnlwrt Prrl. li«rL in tb 
iofboiue of Prrl.Crt .• '' i-, 

ehettvr. now thv firm oi ; -t 

Co. Herf. 10(hl><-rrii.i" -. k '*.., .«« 
at £crli-a, ibe iKtb of Uial mouth, i 
succeeded by hla pldrr »on, the | 
OrEaVu, esq. of Irlam Hall. 

Armt — Quarter '1 

tier rerl and|;u. «' '<l«yrdc 

ing in ita b««k. ■> '^lej 

for GiKAVCs: Sf ttfl 

barsengr.ooeax. U»- umcr ^u. m uliI 
r«d ro»cs : oo a cautoa of t^ tbM 
passant or, for Lotcumai. Thca 
lervd armorial enugns bavc bm dal 
KTwl al the Cwllrgr of \rm- \\\ iln- 
John GreAve*. f»i\. of I 

IVeil— Out of balti. i 
ea^le dlaplaycd or, wiokb t^u. tlH 
char];ed with the red ru^e. bol 
beak a crvM cmaalM fllrlt^.-, arjp , 
M»tt» — Sm« aea in Hro- 
tCslattt— la the rountiM of 
MiddteM-\, Surrey. I)erb«, and 
JOndtMcr—Tbr C'mocal. Salfa 
S«««— IrUm HaUt oaar Warrisft 

* Tlw Anily «f Uoadira «r Immm 
hMH aaalad In Uw fhn'nal* fran « wy 
rind, and ia Adly rMOcdad to tb« YuiMn 

Juii* LANCAtMiaa, mn.of I n>l»OT1J^> 
wicli.RMrTMd MiaaH««>Mi.«rH« 
■am* parub, and waa Mmt •/ 

JoMii UiwiiAMiiaB, aa^af 
who manwd Mta* C1»k|. «f i 
dtai MRwi, and had tMO*. 

I. J(m%, who A. tfvnnic a hm, . 
iulMiala. wirhovt iMQa, 

II. A«M, m. u> 1h(«aa ^r^^i^^, 
Kwk. HrMwKh. ul 

Gaarga Itohalia, 

CVBaia,Jolia ' 

di^MD'a f i ofm rj . 
Tbo^w KrIirihM. aa 

d, vam. 
IWUy SeholM, *. u m^ 

Itfyal M«M f*. 
May SdMlii. ■.tote 

9m* ScbnW. ai. to kr 
Tadow. mm. ^i 
m. R>rr«.«.to)« 

Udni.HiEeeW.wt^i 
Cdanad TmIow, d. «M 
John Tadew.M. bis. 
W HUM If 

IV. M*at. m.totiiH 1 11,1 
ff«|. «t Irfaa lt«fl. 

V. «aAAM,d.tonanii 



107 



I.LOYD, OF DOLOBRAN. 

YD, CHARLES, esq. «f Birmingimm, in tlii? coguty of Warwick, h. l'2th fVh- 
nniry, I77r>, m. 'i4th April, 1799, Suplaa, ilnii(jrhti'r of 
Samuel pMHilKirton, esq. of Rirtniiighani, and bat iuuet 
Ciurlis-Ghuh\f.N(ii<, b. SiBt July, IMX). 
JnmrH-Fjirnirr, h. Iltli Oi^lobrr. IMU, m. Jiiliania, 
daughter uf — OrniBliy, mq. ainl liax »ii(li k dnugh- 
li*r. a «aii, CbBrlrs-Anlnir, bora al VerMuUoi 3oil 
April. H»»4. 
Owtn. b. 3l9» Marcb, 1803. M.A. in holy ordcni. cu- 
mtc of Auilik-eitlp, aud vicar o( Lmgdalf, Wviit- 
llli>rrlnii(l. 
,^1^^ t^A H£i Ednar<l,&. itth July, 1804, m. Mury-Eli2ab«t)i,dAugb- 

■MKgb JHP^ vjp if't of Plumstcad Lloyd, esq. and bad a daugliler, 

^^^tL V y hIio (/. in iufaiicv. 

V * 'J /L^ • Arthur. *. 17lh July, 1807, rf. 18tb May, IttlO. 

Mftry-Sofibin, m. loWilltKmThompimii.eMi. of LvbiH' 
in(;lon, nnd ban a daunbttr, Sarali-S»phia. 

PrimrilU, m. lo Clinrlc^ Konmiu Millvtl, of Versaillea, 
nnd has a dau|;htrr, i^njtlna. 

A{C»t)in, m. to Rnii-5l CtimillF du Vallon, capliiin in 
Ihr Frt'iR'h 8tb l>raj;oaii», and bHii idsne. 

Louisa. 



Uajri nKxrMded his father in IS'JS. 

Hiitciigr. 



m* fcaailir WBi f-flablubed lu thf shirr of 
" " ry •" early •» Ibr middle of tbe 

n— fr] Fmm MriKtc, tlir fm^t on 

AuTK. IotJ .>r IHfrd, wbo w»9 livinft in 
I akvrvUk CMiUtry. lie m. Nc»t (Agnes), 



•«UB|{ i l — e wrt ms u folknr* - 



tfcillj*. 



, f*rlBe« of r>w»«»». or OinMlia, ■ rraci 
hmI Mr««d. <y]iuitnn$ of [»>ti af 

jtrndilmmgommryaiun. Mr bur* u. 

_j mt. amMl. cxMad, lad ji]Io|)«d. or. 
.f>nJ^arUy«KL 



B»«rDy«Kl. 
fa* AMb to UMMilya Bowvn. 

.Truiotaf IMmI.'^ ' 

FCa4i««r, l-ofdAT BWii 

lT*nUd C*li»i« i '.-I- 'I..- liT '.r 

b, Lofj <i( r*l«wtk. 1. in It U. K1l'-n, 

it.a. Ami. Jt> 



d:iiit;bt«r or IJfwellyn np Owrgaat, prince 
of Mor^auwg and GUtnorgait, aud witft ail- 
el's tor rtf t 

LLe«ELLV^ 4P EstoN, of IJo\diartb. who 
morrifd Llenri (or Lucy), dnupiltfer of Urif- 
&lh Lloyd, of lirouifjrld, iu Fluitahire. loa 



of Jobn III Ci-nrio Vytloui wp Cynric up Llatrairh 
•p K^ilin. desd-nili^ fmia HicrctursitJiiaii. rhirf 
of ou« of tb« liftMD tribM of WkUk, aitii h* Iwr 
had a Min.tfwr^ N'mi., (if fvoMlli, m Soulb', <ii>d 
orArwyatb. in Nonh V^'iIm; ■. seoondly, Kv», 
lUn^biwr of Sir Aruo a]> R^k ftp lllodn, kiii)i;bl of 
chp S»palrJ)TK. Sir Aihq wu s cruBMler uadur 
KicuAUD CiTur d« i.wH, sod by tbat Iwly tnw ^ 
tb*r of 

Cvnddtdw, Hl Jan*?, iinu)flir«r of Uwrwarnl, 
Loro of CenuA, in Soutli WiJm. 

nirMl «p Cynilil>-U, m. (Jm'IhIy«i (Claudfal) 
•lintrltim- anil briiou of Kivid. L<ird of Llwvilionb, 
lo I'oirialaad.one of tti« nuiiii iif Cvrir WM, Lord 
uf fctlm-yi*^!, in North Wnlea. 

Celrn'yo,' of UwYdianb, (b» boro for anmi, 
" hUc. ■ ba-coal altirad and Un^^d or." Many 
of tai dsa w pdaiiia baar h a crM, a bolly-traa ppr. 
uo a mooat ran. a ba-goat «iic> atlurd ot, bnramiig 
on llua lr<i4i, wliidt he buldi witb bii two font fcv4, 
irhil" on tbf nutuDi, uutlpr tbe ut* t» a cbild ppr. 
I' iu|r-(lhiacn'at is borae by aonio u arms 
III laj n, <jiTi>nlliiD, daoflilar uf M»r*-' 
uiiu i^' l\Uvd(l«rch, d4>ac«n(t»<rfrciii TnrdwrMaut 
(or Taaodon- tht Grmt), rHort- of Suurb Wali>>. 

Knion ap Celynya, of I Jn-ydiaith, ill. Ij wvnlliiui, 
dMirlitut of Adila ap Maiiie. of Mocbomn, *oi> of 
('tiirir ap Poafrni ap Cywra, Lord of (lUJlafiaU, 
dMi-onibitl fnuB bnKbwtt.Vnaosof I'oirya. 

I.LANfLTM kf Kxioa. 



IDR 



LLOYD. OF DOLOBRAN. 



of Eilnyfrcl Uoyd. of Ma«lor. dctcvmlpi] 
from il»r K«rU of HorrfitrO. Llrwlljrn tli- 
vidt-il liiii rflliiti>it ntDOiii; bis rliililrrn, ^ivinic 
Llayilinrtli «nit IJaiiiliAiigrl lu Itiit cltlenl 
>0li, Miiii ttis land* lit Klyvotl miil DolohrAn 
to tbv BrconO, 1) i%'i d, who mnrrH-d Medclcr^ *, 
ftnuKhter of UrifRlh I>eud(iur. d<:«cetidi-d 
from Brocliwel^ Prince of Powyp, and wa« 
fAtltfr of 

lv^^ TVy, or lir tfanitAtime, of Dolotirnn. 
who n. Mnnil, dniigliliT of' Fvan ItlnnryiOf 
Trcfrynon, and Castle- lllanvy, in ihe comity 
of Monnghao, in Irt-laiid. aTi>.-i'Hlor of the 
liordu Blnocy. Ivan T*'g a»s«me«l llu* numu 
of Llt^yit nhiiiil tlipycAr 1 17(i IruniLloydinrth, 
the vrnl of IiiA Krnodfnther. (le had two sons, 
Ojivrti, hia hftr. 

Owrn, whofN. Kntheritif, dstj. of Mrrv- 
dilh lliiinutt n(i SirGriflith VKii|;hMn, 
and «u falbtTof Icvnii LUiyd.wliuiit. 
Gweahwrar. daughter of Mcrpdjih 
Lloyd, of NVvoiil, mul hiid Menu, John 
lJo\il, nlio married MMrgiiret, dintrr 
of riir Roger Kynaston. of llordley. 
and (heir aon Humplirvy. who lu- 
aumtd the aurnniiic of W y line, of Dy f- 
fryn. had a djiu^htrr, Knlhnriiie, m. 
Ill John Lloyd, raq. of llolobraii. 
Tlie rider aoii, 

IIavid Lloyd, e«c|. of Dolobmn, k. in 
152.1. wiui la the commiNion of the peace for 
Moii(^nniery»hirr. He m. first, E^n. dau^h- 
|r-r of |-jlwnrd Price. r»q. of Eglnsi^. by 
•rhnm he Imd nn iftwie ; and Kertmilly. Eva, 
dNupthlrr of Ihiiid («ocb.e«4i. «on of Jeiikin 
Vn•l^hall. e*q. of Uodoacb, by whom be had 
a aoii, 

Uaviu Li-oYD, raq, of Uotobran. 6. in 
I64U, ■ nint;iBtnil>' for Moiit|cuiiiery»hire, 
who tn. All'*. 'lnii)cl>trr of nnyid Llo%d, ph), 
<tl lilniiitriiioit-ni)n>dd-lunur. clrMrriulpdfroiii 
Hitiil Jbarrd, Uird of Peiill)ii, jaud bad a 
•uii and »ii('r«'nMor, 

John I.LniD, e»q, of Ilolobrnn, i. to 167.'^ 
In (be comini«»ion of the pence for Moiitj;o- 
nierjabire. This John Llo>il rrsiitrd nl V>}~ 
nlrowrid, and wainscontfd thn imrloiira aad 
ball. lie lived In ifrrat ittate, harioK (wmly- 
four nirii with balbrrlA. hts tr-nant*. to atlrud 
liim to Mivoid Chiin:-h. where he placed thrni 
in bi« (Treat pew tntiler lli" |iiil|>il. Hv boogbt 
l^wrii John HMiii)'hrpy'« <-alMle, ant) ijavi- to 
Mivnid rhiinh inofti of iu to in m union plate, 
flo m. K,nlbrriiie, il.iiiKhtcr of lluiii|ibrey 
H'tnne, eao, of l^ulfryu, »ni| left « son, 

(*H4HLEa LLoTD.eaq. nf |lo1obrnn. Id the 
mmuMMion of the prnce for Monigomery- 
•hire. i. in IfllH, who •■. LliMlx'th, dan|[b- 
leruf TlHnnasSuulvy,* of KuucLjD^Sdop. 
iiihI bad JMac* 



* NM«f Sir KJwanl .Slaakr, ana nf Sir KnuK 
tanlajr, aoa (if .Sir I'ter* Sunlcv.Mn vf Sir (tow- 
LmmI hiaaUv. ktnlk»r of l.oril StnnfT* ^ Kaucliyn, 
• hnadi ^ Um VtAj bmily. 



I, CiiARLRa, bit heir. 

II, John, A. lit lOAH.oneof th«| 
lit chuiicery, nt. Jane, onh 
of Sir Thoina* (ireaham. 
in Surrey, the lliirteeiitJi 
knit;hl of (hat fnniilv and 
rent fiiumler of the ttoyol 
Uv ihih Udy be tiad lAsue. 

John. </. ajted twenty •uii 
8umiiel, one of the iixj 
rhaticery, who left 

Jane, d. af^tA nevcn. 
John Lloyd mnrriefl apii 
no family by bi» tieeorid wift 
Lloyd, late Lord Bishop of < 
was one of \m deMrendnAt*.. 

III, TiioM4«. &. 17ib KebruMf 
who d l(Xh Septeiiil>er. !■ 
fn. tint, Utb September. lOflj 
dnuv;hler of Colonel Roger M 
\N elab Pool, governur of Dli 
tlie reign of JtMrn 1|. who d 
Ihe Murquis of Ormood lo I 
This liiily dying in IttM), ba 
coiidly. Patience 8lort-y. b«t 
bad mi ksam;. Thi* ThufBa« 
joined Wii.i.i(M Pa\K in ibv 
Kalioii of PriiUHXlvania, 
puty')tovrnior and prrswl 
coniii-il in thnt i.r"tinre 

to iRua. Ill <iu 

of Ihe Unit >..) 

cipAlty ill ili(< eii,.u ul Pel 
{S*r riul u/ lki» mrttrir-) 

I. Klixaheih. h. in IflSV, WL.\ 
Parrj . of PeuaniMr, Mcf 
■»d tiad fuse. 
The c-1dr»t aon. 

CHARtKi Ll.»YP, ew). of Ilnlot 
Deceml»er. 1037. attached himi 
ypjir \tWi to tjcorge Vox and hia 
the foiiiiilers of the Societ) of, 
fndi-peiiili'iitii wrrr at that 
nant party, the [vpisconal' 
being oTer'ihrown. niiil " The Frii 
an much persecuted by ihrtrt :« 
subaequeutly aft<T the I' 
al this e|fx-b that Mr. '- 
M'ii-ntioiiftly ri'(HM-d Iu Uk.r tl 
alle^iatioi- and suprniMtry nn thai 
of Chiklki IL, thou^a non 
did tH>t exi«t in the ooKnlrr, wmI 
stigfltion of hia envioiH ne^bl 
LonI HerlMTt of (nierfanry. wlioi 
estates, subjected to great pel 
loaMii, His poaseMioMs pere 
pemaJiirr, hi* i .itll'^ nAi) 
at I>olobrati j 
a magiftrati ■■ 
Doininutiou fur ic 
the prnal and Dpi-i 
ttriiN (MmliM iroiB Um e 
worv onCofwa icaiMti Us. 



IXOTD. OF D0I.OBRAN. 



100 



B» «M tiikt^n, in ittmei i>n 

wIm lud I'liiljrAcrJ till- 

" FriroUi," lo Welabpool 

enrKBnrd Oivrv ualtl Ibe acI of 

'i.««rd, rvl^uing all imtsohs 

i^u/UM opiriiunv, a |ii>ii(Hl of 

• ■ i>*r«. Ktcr Kliutliotti murfifit 

Ma pMmi' - I. of Bt'utirlt5 lllll.t 

Htm: ' ' 1 wlio^c buuM M r, 

1WV*1.1 Mr "f. UnU llib Nu- 

►T, lf«J-, . --. ---.lit. iliiiijflikT of Si/inni- 

Lari. r«c). uT K»»ttiioiir atul Staikpole 

Pembro^Mltirr, brutbrr of Sir Jolin 



!*-ua« 



:?;• 



. r.i... .-_, iSBSmj dear 
ruil liistiiU 
.tc. fte. %nd 
1^ tkriMfh thru atrwUuf(9 to l.ond<m before 
to pwlr awMiVf- I »(>t>t»iiilM4 mv friPmU, 

Ui Mtw, M. »M - "t' 

VH bibibaHl aUd llMn ww sonx- Mrrici? to 

r Ut uw ftulTt-riuu frieciilB ID Hiiatul, uid it 

AawtHfue- 'lirwe of Ibe ratv >fl*l 

»«f «w omt.: J' iritb tW Mia «af- 

I tWwir< -M of Lofil ilillr t(j 

B In ^ '" Uirt« fricDdi for 

Ti frv i1m> rttr. (tmr^D VMiiit'tiiwI, 

P«rh«v, Mtd oiu> nur«. Our fnrtKl 

MUtrhrwl tolil mp ibal tiitr couiitnmiut, 

|J«nUn. *»T'Trf»n' of "'■(•■. ww ^ii rriw» 

" -1 



I mm »«nl U Wbitrh&ll, w« wailed 
b*An wa foulii »ptrKk niilt ibpn, 
MB « eOMButla* t c<iDiid« ruble time ; 
Imw Iw4 •••< tB h^ tb« iluor-kDcpvr lu iirituaiDi 
tlal w* w«TB Ih'Tn, 4iid in time ibey 
«■ IK. Tl« a*cr*l*rY louktnl f-rim apiMi 
''I 1 f to L^ Hidv,' ■nd arkiwwiMlKMl 
liM* i» iMt iMiar on bv b«b>ir u tb# 
11* mU MP tba I alnalt/ UU Ui» bi*ba» 
mid b* llWrtjof ctFiwionc' tn Knfclintl. 
hM, I did uf m*, luid (lid bvliv** it 

•« to Owl'a tiiHo. S^cnrtwr J'-uhm 

1 • Muraial nunovr, and Mknd b>h what 
leh fcrr • Qoakrf, 1 UMttvrvd faini Crrnur 
r, H WtBf tiM> ijnt^iUr and oli'ml nnui- 

1^ »wif'i.r« .omI Mr liod no W«lcb 

tfci II - r. th« nomaoa' 

Mjr fri»r inwrrpd. ' If 



(xirl, I)V OIi»<*, hiB wife, ilaiigbtrr of Sir 
Jobn Fliilli(is, bari. v{ Piclon Cwitle, ntid 
Mary, bi« ivjtv, eldutft dau^rliter of Sir 
Jobn Porrott, (Vicvruy of Irclnnd, trtup. 
Que^Ti Eu/.AOtTH} nnlurni »on of UtMiT 
VIII. Cb)irl(.i< LIujd nnlilrd, Mxcmdly. 
Hlh (■Vljniarv, Ifirtfi. Ann I^iwrcncr, of L^a, 
io the couuly d Hcri^Iord. Sb<^ it. 2iid 
Marcli. I70H. Uv bid first wife, who was 
boru '2ad >Dvt;iD&4.'r, l<K13, and <i. 7l)i Fe- 
bruary, 1046. lit* bnd i«tii<-. 

I. Cii4iiLr.k. of Dululirnii. b. iKili Au- 
gust, 1002, nliD died 2)»l January, 



r#r»>l 



LS^ 



•Md, 'fitr, I und*ratjuiil WoUb 

f:n-l»y. Linr! I, .tin .)l..l <>rt>vk ; 
ri A Wbul 

to en 



I y««, I ._ ._ 

I tkla MaiuL founirrmMi. wd }>rr>pDii-d 

r « itlk a Lmik U«I *f ibubh of oioti, wiv 

■ti(dnii. U> ilxrir •rirral {rnantii at 

1 4aidnd Uv to hf to b ind ea lo | i fwil 

ta iIm brn- n iiirh h« Skid b<> 

anv fn««><! i.itebpad apokr 

TWn I ' . tha Mcrrtarr, 



wbo dirKt«d hi« words to ma, imd apckn to Um 

tbun in WntWi : 

" ' |tliu> ^a ddrwg Etnutf, 'tul tu o Hiliogwtli 
fT beo KrilUniaid yr rbui yddeftryniodd > Cirvfjrdd 
Gnaliaiwgol y" ^ntaf vd Lov^pr ,vn vrhyn yr 
rhki cydd frwVdi dnbrn y vir GrLttioJiogol Ur«- 
fyiid T^ nnr Ikid.' 
" Tbe KiigUab is tbun : 

" * 1 fun MiTV tbat one of the stocli of tbe an- 
i-imil llnlana. w-lut lim rMtiivrd tlw cbriatuui fiiith 
ia llngland, stioulrf be o^io^t iJwm? wbu bur^ 
rcceirad tbt^ tru» Cfarutiaa fiuib in tbtii d^y.' 

" Hn rvjilii>d. Hit way lurf a|cuiii(rf iiiir irUrniU, 
but li>^ ajud our friffuU ty^w Uu-ir votrs for ib** 
electiiMi <yf jiarliiuiirnt mi-a that were ugatrtot ibti 
king'a inl«r>'u)(. I lold him, It wa* our birtiirtjtbt, 
B< we were fivebulclirra tiiid burfteasaa, lo elect nea 
•(UAtifinl tosrrve bolb lb(t king and couolry, but 
how tUey were comiptnl, wbfo llwy cune within 
tbeae walla, I knew not. Tbe aecrelnry woubl 
linva ■Bfsewl &Mh*ir with mr in di«pate Bb«<ul 
rwligioo. I told bin be waa nn enrivnt man. aitd 
Ibkt lliey bad been • lone tiuM tbere upon tlw^ 
iHunBeM, and if be wvula be pleued to disuias 
ua tbm, and appoint what tine we should aotue 
notninpc wait u|kui kirn, wn woubl. if hi- (drawtl, 
spend an hour or two wjib bini ui diwoiiriM ubout 
ralifriuD. I.'pou wbicb be look off hia bat. and 
ibuiied uie ktiiilly fur my L-ivihly ; hiil we b)5ard 
BO taar« of htoi about itie diitniito. Upon tint 
whole, our frinud (i. W hitebead tuld dmp hit waa 
mure iiu>dentM lo fri'utls Hfterw-ards tlmo bi* bad 
beea hefote. 'Ilie number of phaoners in ibo 
liat drlivoTil In Ijinl Hide tn bn [imwnli^ to 
tbw kill); umouiiled tu in hcib priiuii* one bundled 
and ibittT-nine, of wliitb there were oijfbleen 
Bf^-d wiiinen fmm nitty and uiiwnrilt, ami pi)rhl 
cfaddr-n. Jn ifa« latter t^aA of the li»i it wu Mid, 
* Illeuod Biw tW MWrcifbl, lor ibvy aball obodn 
merry.' '* 

l'«Ke IIS. "An Arroonl of tlw TrnTela. Ser- 
ricrn, ftc. of tbat Aoripnt Serraiit of ibi* l.urd, 

Itjchard Uaffir- nr Bome infonBatiun to- 

tatiro to the , < tita Tnilh in Nortb 

Ualn." Ori^i i, ,' i>-d 1710; republiabad, 

•ixtb edition, iht.-i. UBrrey and Ifarlon, Loo- 
don. In tbu book ia an iu>couDt of th« pfT>(;rva» 
irf tbe dm-lrin*'!* of tlit) Society of Fnimda, and 

STserutioii BulT^rM by Kir. Lloyd, Mr. 1 honaa 
Jovd, liin brother and otlMita. 

I ftiriuintchain waa iIh-q an nbanir* kmM, 
nr<irlv half a niile from Beurtu HilL IWmvtti 
Hill i» nuw the cmlrv of the newly orMted Iw- 
roimh. tbe third moat |Hj)>uloaa town in Great 
ItriUin, coDlaiuinK 160,000 udiabttiaU. 



IXOrn, OF DOLOBRAN. 



IT47. Up w. eih May. IflHB. Snralp.: 
ilnHchlrr of Amltro** CroMrtejr, e*q. 
of Hlorirliriilifc, Rnd tind ifl^ur, 

I. CiMKij'-N, 4. lOlb Novt'inber. 

I«U7. rf. drd Nijvrmber. 1767; 

w. I4(b Avril. 172:1, Jum-, iluu. 

of Kk-liard Aiul Sftrnli WilLttm, 

of Tbornliury, am) by hrr, wlio 

fr« bom I9tb AukiiS(< I7I)7, hiuJ 

(^H.iKi.F:H-Kxrn>.<iri>u|ijbran, 

b. 'Hlh Marcti. tT2U. who rf. 

in Knuicfr, Iwth Dcwnibpr. 

177a. 

jBrnPLi. lAlb Nov<>inb«r, 174.'!. 
wbo i/. unm. rtth Sovemlier, 
I7s7. At tbe period of h» 
dec«u« he was a iviiie- 
mcrcbant hI C'tvrntry, hav- 
ing »iibl ibc Iloliibrnn rftMIe 
in I7IU. wliich km W- 
nur.tlfaril tu bitn Lv bis bro- 
ihFrt Charter Exio'n Uovd. 

Jane, 6. 24th November, 1738. 
m. lo Ia'^X* Owt-n, m<|. of 
Tyllw y Gun-rk. nciir Dnll* 
prilr, nnd bnd iMar, Owca 
<)wfii.CbiirIri Owfii. flum- 
pbtY-)'0<tf>n,A>i>lJiiii<^f>wrii, 
m. lo John I^wIa, fs(). of 
llAverrirtlw-ett. and had fto- 
vvnil children. Olio of whom 
S»nih, M. H. Kui);bt, va<\. 
m( Lnndfin. 

M»ry. i. 'i7th Mnrch, 1730. 
(f.''2lit Jiiup. irv). 

Swab. A. 0th Aiml, 1732. m. 
to ThofBU Koliiitwn. of Co- 
vmtry, And tL in iHltf. 

ElitaSrth,6.2KlhMarrb. 1734, 
iM. firtl, lo Edwanl Kvnns, 
of Wclrbjioot, Anil nfT^ondiy, 
to Olir^r Jonf'ft, of the Mme 
place. 

BMUuh. *. 2UI June, I73&, 
n. Co RvlHTt Prrkii>«. cmj, 
of l>iri(|iiii, nnd h.Ml •1 dnui^b- 
tt^r, Jnor LInvd l*<Tkiiia. m. 
lo KicbAnl ifnrfoni, 4-hi|. of 
KiWvKir, ni'iir Umlul, «tid 
hid i«ii)ii. 

Pbfpbr, h. 13th Marrh, 173H. 
rf, linh PcbniAr)-. 1747. 

Siitaimnh, &. Wtb \pril. I73D. 
d. I.'nh Jnl>. lim. 

•2. Santb, fc. 7lh AutcuM, l6tM, r. 
1711^, (o John Etifitiind. rtq. of 
Bnilipiorth. and hmt iMutr. John. 
rf. muD. ; CbarlM, who m, Sanib. 

t llMr bnUtft. filf AmhraM Cto^Uf. bad a 
diack"-' hu.ni.^u « .n M-rrk ITSI-A. In Jnlw, 
lMi(l< '-'. 'oA b«r broibcr, 

Jitkn I H;..r, ■^ ia 17i£, I* 

Jofaii. liMl •/ AAblMniinu 



daac;lri»r of John ObImii; 
but Md nt\ rhiM. 
.1. EltXAlwth. dii-d in infancT 

II. SAHi*>nM, of Abuse UdC' hc lia 

treAl. 
Th<^ Kcoad Hon, 

Sahpsov Li/tYo, t*i\. A. "ifUh Fthr 
1664, m. flmt, in lA'iH. F.lixab^ili. lUti 
of Svhill 1}nod, fK|. And by ber, "r 
imh'Atm), Itsn. had Ihmw, 

t. ElizHWth. b. Hth iansuy, 161 

3»illi M«n h. KBI7. 
tl. Snrnh, ft. 12th JAOoan. I<M>. 
17i:). JohnGulHun, c^'. ofCim 
And hRd 

1. M lUiAm Gulaon. ». 6lh Ai 
171H. 

2. JolinGnlKin. &.3&lh Jul), 
who had two mna, Jiiba, 
17(11. nnd Jn*<>|>b. &. 33MI 
vmiWr. 17(V. Th<r lilii 
Smb. dnuRbtrr of E. L]|l 
CM), and had od« mm uH 
dMtiKhirr*. Tit. 

Edwnrd, of Wtci f1 
Abingdon, ammut bm 
poor law conmUaioai 
1.1tb Noff<TOb»r, I7»< 
Aant Cooke, dauchtrr 
Hrywnod.rvq.and ba» 
John-Kr^^oltU, 8«nJii 
Hflcn'Slary. 

Mary. ■. to 8. BarUii| 
Mq. of Worersl^r. 

Sarah, m. to John Ondlr j 
of WortyAtw. 

1. Elixabeth Ooboa. k llA 
17)4, n. lo Joba Poirlar,« 

2. Mary Gabon, k !]0tfi8« 
ber. 1710, ai. in Jnbo H 
eaq, of llran^fbarBl, lIutlB. 

n. fUrnb UuImmi. ft. m inn. 

ChariM Es^iid, Mq. 
4. AoBc Omiaon. *. 19lb At 
1723. 

III. Ann*-, ft. 7?fh P'bniAry. IflD 
toD. Stivb) nri«b>l. 

IV. Mary, ft. - . -try. Ift 
16th Ansuat, 1731. 

SanipAou Lloyd auurtpd, arfloodly. ia 
Mar%-. dniiirbirr of Aaibnoo OvwWy, 
nnd V '•<'('< "I'" WM ^rn lAch SifM 

1677, llMfl iMHR, 

I. CHtRtKJ. ft. ai»t DrormWr. 
m.SArab,daajriMeroriiMuaail»< 
IcH, <wi. aad diad 13ik Ml 
1741. Iravint 
C}>nrV«. ft! Mb Hay, 

17rti. 
B^-igntnin. ft. Mb 

died in ltU(4, InAtiaf 
Hanh, who m. la 17i«. Wl 
Brrwinu and had a Mm. C3l 



i3ib r^ 

triacifl 



tlOUJBRAN. 



ni 



I. esq. of 
■ irkshirv. 
a tanktr m m. 

knVnM*. h. I^: l(»H. d. 

|ili Vrhtuikry, XiVi. i<-ii>in[t u ilnu. 
lua, «. to Airniii Lloyd, »q. her 

iRtof whom prVBt.-ul.ly. 

k\ Liyvn, ««q. n banker in llir- 

»>•■• IftJtf. mirmMi. er«t. 

Sarnh, dnu^ltlvr of 

.1 OW P»rl. uvnr 

iri -'kI liad )iy Iter 

Uwi ■- .- - 11' tli(>cooiity 

W»rwick. t. -t. 17W. 

a. R&rli»cl, ' 'I Sninurl 

I, rat)' of L<>niK>n. nml liy lllT, 

tf. i» IHU. IrH Al tiitt ileccHS«>, 

|>pc«-mbtrr. iwr?. 

I. 8iHri«>>. A. ill 1766. m. Han- 

ih. diuKliliT of — HKrniaD, Esq. 

'l/obdont aim) it. leaving a m>u, 

8%cn|iMin. droFiiM'd. 

». H«wi-&U of Itonltrilcy, in War- 

wiElL.sbir«> a l)rt(ik«r in llinnio);- 

Ikun. it. Ill I7(M. m. ID ITiil, 

1' ' ■ ' I'nugtilrr of Ororpe 

r '"^q. I'f Kri»i|»l, in 

\^ . -I,.-.,., i^ntl, Atiil hiw tMUC. 

CJtitni'.r-llRArriiwiiTr, u bmt- 

k^r in BirmiiiKtiam. k. 5th 

JantiAry, ITU I. m. Mary, 

<lanclittr of J'lhii P. Drar- 

nuii. r«|- of Birmihghani. 

Sani|»Min-%ininfl, &. lOlli 

Novi^mbiT, \»2>t. 
(trotyt-HmilbwHitr. born 
l&th IMobrr. IHM. 
■■ai^U in iritn-tnn^trr ;it 
rrdnr«biiry, *. *Mli July. 
!?»&, M. in IN-i.'). Man. 
^■•Klittr of — Honychurcii, 
•w(. of FaJiMooth. and Lu» 
iaM«, 
Saaarl. 

Wit Mill. 

lUctuul-Jjnie. 
Marr. 

Afliy-£lixst>rtb. 

Wniiam, a pliyalcian in Bir- 
BUDf^luuu, I. lUtb I'ebruary, 
17!m. 
Banirt, dlM (n infnnpy. 
IMjIC I - IHIII. m. 

Mary. <'f laAAC 

Riirxr, *m, ul kcndal, aod 
liM Imbc. 
John- Sanderaoo. 
Hnrj. 
Edwani. 



Tlicodore, bom Ifltli Orlobtfr, 
\>HHi, m. A mm. widow of 
rtiniL'liii^Aii)i,c5q.of Bewd 
ley. And li»»a svn.Tlit'mlo™ 
h. ill \hM. 

Sampaon. b. 7tb June, IHOH. 

WiUon. b. i>Ui Fcbrunry. lUl 1, 
•/. 3nl Sqittinbcr, 1836. 

Oi'bonUi, m. to GeorfC* Sta- 
rry, tsq. ofToEtviiltniti. Mid- 
iUi-M>\. ani) )in5 imhh-. 

K.'ii'bai-I, m. lo Riihrrt, »oii of 
Lukff Howard, esq. of Tol- 
Itnliam, atid h»» iame, 

Sarnh, m. lo Alfred Fox. eM]. 
of Falmouth, and bus issim-. 

3. r>A>id. n li.iiikpr, at Hniliiwurtlr. 
ill Saffolk. f>. liib .Sc[it<*ml>cr, 
17(K>. m. first, Mary-Klijuibeth, 
duuchitT of Jolin llanbury. esq. 
of Co>;ge«bHli. wliicb lady d. id 
li*2!f. and, secondly, Mi» Day, 
daU)clitiT of — Dav,caq. 

4. Hii'bard, b. 0th June, 1772. m. 
Elizabrth, dauchlrr of J. Har- 
man, ^»n. and bad itsuo. 

Rjrlard-Ilarraan, b. lUfh Fe- 
bruary, 1H07. m. Isnbi'lU- 
Mnry, dnnghtcr nf William 
Kormdaile, e«q. of Balliam, 
in .Surrey. 

Eliiuibelh-Bvalrico, A. 7lli No- 
vember, ITftH, m. to Kicliard 
Mf»f;er, caq. M.P. for Ea«t 
Su rrt-y . 
Frmicfs. 

Cliarlottr, m. (o the Rtfv. G. 
K('bal^z, uf A|i{dt>by. 
6. Alfred, a baiik» in Uirniiiif;- 
bam. b. !>ib NovvmbLT, 1780, m. 
Anna, daugbtLT of .\iubrote 
Lloyil. f»q. and baa taauu, 
Alfnd, b. in IHII. 
Edgiir, b. ill 181.'^. 
Hubert, b. in \n-iO. 
AmbroM', b. in I bS.T. 
George, b, in ItnU. 

EUan. 

6. Ilenrv, a bunktr in London, &. 
auh liccenilMT. I'M. 

7. Oforjcp. *. 3"! Miiv. 1786. a 
ca|iuin in tliif :lrd Light Ura- 
gooiM. ft. in \HS2. 

1. Mary, (J. imh Mav. 1816. 

2. Sarab, iM.ta JoAfpb Foster, ef>q. 
of Uromley House, Eaaex, and 
faai iHae. 

3. Rachael, m. toW. P. Summer- 
field. Paq. uf Allrntrv. iu War- 
<nti-k5hirr. and bnA i»sue. 

4. Kliiuibcttt, ni. (o John ttiddlt!, 
ehj. latf of NcHcb Hill, ^4br(lp- 
aliirc, now uf Leamingtuu, and 




IkH ft llinKlitcr. Knrhnel. m. to 
0*Of|t« Lloyd. M.U. of Al- 
hri|[bton. 
A. Anne, w. to W. P. Sommcr- 
rirld. rM). anil han, witli other 
JMni*, S«ni|)90ti Surotnerfii^ld, a 
baukrr «t Sliilltial. 

6. AicatliH. m. U) J<M>i-pli Hiddlc, 
«»■). >;r Uiniiiniflinm. 

7. riiirlotlp, m. t(i TkuniM Ptirl|iK, 
rM|. or llultUii, mid bu ■ im>d, 
Jotfiili Lloyd Phpliii. 

8. Cmhrrmv.' im. lo dcarpc Birk- 
bork, r»q, F.R.S. n pli}>tiri.in in 
London, ntid hiift a son, Willum 
Lloyd fiirkbeck, harrisi«r'«i- 
Uw. 

0. l.ary, d. jrouOfC- 

RAm|>oun Lloyd ninrricd M-condly, 17lhSep- 
tetnbtr. 17.11. Kiichi«l, dmixliKr of Nr|ii». 
niiiih Chflnmioii. i-»»i. of Brwiol, and by her 
(wliu <vim Ixirn flinli Mftrch, 1713. nnd dit^l 
letli Sfptrmlxr. 176'I.) bnd (wiUi other 
cbildri'D. who d. in infancy,} 

It. NVhrmirtb. b. lOtli January, 174A, 
1^. '2-ind tVlirunry. IMH. 

III, riMKirx, of whom prcflcnUy. 

IV. JoUn, banker in London, b. 61b Ja- 
nunrv. I'^J. cf. '2'Jtid jHiiunry. IKll, 
M. liUzaltelh, dait^lncr of Tbo»tn» 
Corhvn, fHii(. of I^Aytotinlonp, Es«rx, 
DtciYhanl in I»ndon, and had issue, 

1. Corbyn, ■ banki^r in Londoo, 
ft. Setb Janunrv, 17K6: f/. in 
1838: m. Emtty, dangblcr of 
J, Atlrr, r«i|. of WaiidnMrorth, 
and liaA tbrt-r dAuf^hU'n, Emily, 
Rot^nlinr, and llTlba. 

1. Edmuriil. fc.2&lh January, 1787, 
d. at Mttdrini. 

a. AmbroK, i. 'i^d March. 1780. 
deonaed. 

4. Martc.&. I7lli IVcPmbrr. I71HI. 
Ilnilrniinl in (hr Scota Otry*. 

&. Llrtvllyn, of Lapp CotUgc. 
Dalrrarlin. St^fden, author of 
" Firld Si»or1a in IIh- North i>( 
EoKland." h. ?7lb S»U . I7fri. 

0. JiMrph, of Laiubrlfi, h. 1 1 lb 
Auicuol. 1700. 

1. Rarhar), 

3. Luirv, m. to llalarjr jRnikon.nu|. 
of iitiuuford Hill, Middlr««)i. 
and h&a tsttir, Kdw4rd, h. I7lli 
NarrmUr. It^m, llenr). Lmiiaa, 
M*ry-f-:ii/.*b«-ih. Bmna, Clara, 
and Locy-MatiUIiu 
3. ICInubrih. 
V, Ambroa*'. b. ^Uh FrbnuifT, I7M: 
rf. Ililb Jlilv. 17KT; m. Kfizabrtk, 
dKiH(bt«T of John Tnlwin, r»(]. nf 
KoyskiD, in Ilrrcfonl^liin;, and bnd 
a daaghtrr. 

Aana, m. to bcf OOmIb A.\tt9d 



l.loyd. rM. of iloAS 
\VkV>«ick»liirr. and hal 

I. Mary. h. l-3Ui IXIoImt, I7| 
Nfivcinhef. 1770; m. IHth. 
I7.'i7. iiajtwd Houhury, 
fii'ld (iraiiKC near Cofl 
Enm-x, and had tMnr, 
I. John Oa^oral Hanbiu 
NoTrntlwr, 17i7; d. 

IT7n. 

3. Sampaoo Hanbury. 
fancy. 

J, (l.-iHul TTnritiiir\. rtl 
(. 
il. 

•annnb-W illvtt.daupkd 

lljtrt-tuy, rM|. a ban 

doh, and boA jwur, 

0*Koo<l.olTolwHI 

in l»nilun, b. 

17IH, M. Klcanoi 

of W. IlaU. ra^ 

two ffonf and twu 

Rebait. of tUr firm 

Hiahury. Baiu 

br«wrr«' in Load 

baa tMui*. 

Ilriiry, b. W\h ia 

Sainp»un. dfccaarj 

Anliur, b. io IWI 

Ucirara. 
Philip, a banker 
b. 3lHh Juar. |l 

BitliAri, m. 10 Robnl 

and baa iMna. 

Anna. 

Rach&d.w.foRoHl 

w\. of n*p! 

rtiarl-^ Ran-tay^ 

mill baa iMur. 

Mary. 

4. rharjp* HanlHmr. 

ia Km*\, 

fpawich.ft ■' 

M. Ibr dan. 

rM{. and 

■Mur, of <*• !'■ -• 

P. Ronywood, raq 
Kfnt 
A. Richard Hanborr. 
vrn>l»rr, 17ff7 ; J- 
I7tl». 
rt, Snni;t«^n Hanborv, 
T ••.a bif*Wfi 

ami I'u-j. ■' '■'' 

d. in Au|[i 
daochlrr oi 
r?t(. of Norwii 
HuilK>*i(>untrr, 
Hall, in Norfolk. M:P 
too. 

I, Anna llaolKiry, ». H 
ary, 17tti, Tbtmaa F« 



4 



LLOYD, OF DOLOBRAN. 



113 



. aq. of BfrrkenttMl Hull, in 
ll'onlabiiT, mil l«d a son, 
Tlirmnu KnMrll HiutoOi M^. 
M.K lor WcMxiflutli. 
4. RAdtecl llonbory. m. Kiclinrd 
Uvmrjr. TM). M.P. for Nonrtcb, 
awl ti. Ul Joor, ItRtA. kaviofc 
Miir (*rc *ol. ».)• 
3. Mxry Ilatiliurv. ^.tMth Augu9l« 
I77dI li. in l.->.2»; n. to lirr 
oooun UtvlU Lluj'(l,«»i. orKe- 
nilworth. 
p, ,,,_t .^ to Harifi Bartlny, Mq. 
nflijuj Mnrclay, Pcrkiut, 
.;i4 rf. inil Jauf, imiO. 
I Liejd* arcood ton by hi« Mvond 

)TD. r»q. or Birminfihnm, &, 

t. ITi**, inlif rrtcd by lirqucit 

'" - in XVnrwick- 

.,I>U;r (>r.liimf8 

bt!. 1.^. I.: Uui.;li-j UijuM-, Itirmiitg- 

.•nd by Lrrtwho wa* Ijorn 2)ril Uu- 

MT, 17211), ud (t iKii Ucc«inl»r, 183t,) 

I. r : 1 i» hc-ir. 

If- ' Uiiijilcy HonfC, in the 

Cut. -11 •■> of lliP urnre for the 

MUty of W«mick. L itiil, Mnnh. 
i;7«. M. Hth July, iwri, Sftinh. 
dvit^hta- of Fnncu llari, eiq. of 
N'MliiskMn. Mid has iMur, 

I. Flift*CI«, ft. 26rti Junr. 1803. 
Iu|fh bnililT iif BiriTimebiini in 
ll^, a auif:iiitnilp for Wnrwjvk* 
tkirr, «m1 All tiffWer tii llie ouiiiily 

a. Jwws, i. I5th March, INO0. a 
■ercWBl at UloMrr, m. Eliuin, 
d««gbtrr (if J. Pnf(F. egi{, 

3. rkiirlf», rif BinniDgbun, fr. Otb 
Marek, INirT. 

4. H UlUm - Krynold*, h. Xtth 
March, tiMM, a m«rrtiant al 
Oliwlrr. 

^ NrkrHiinh, of BirmiDghotD, 6. 

0ili lugnM, IMio. 
a TUutaa, *. lOtl) September. 

IHli. 
1. f*rurtlU. b. 7th Mi.r( h. I8lld. 
■•> ftn^Ti. h. HtrJi |),'r.-m)>fr, 1778, 
'tprof FmDcid Unrl, 
'■I. lofl fi. 2(ilh Uc- 

J- [ i >n'h. 1811. 

I. 1 r I,. I«06, 

a. ^1 J, to the 

K' r'iur» \!r{)iiln>, of 

F' >»■«, in Aynhire, 



S. Sanh. 

If, 1Vn» 



.. 1,: 



"t in Biritiinjf- 
hMB.' I77tf. w. Sit- I 

•«»l> ' .'iWhitrhead, 

•«|. nJ Uariord, in WAri«kL*bir«( • 



banker in Warwickshire, and by her 
(who n-Biilrs nl llur Bramlies, Bed- 
iliii;;titii, Surn-y,) lefl at liU liereuw, 
SKtIt DecPiulteV, 1811, tlirei; daugh- 
ters, rix. 

AiinL', b. 2nd July, 1806. 

Sufni*. fr. mil Mnrrh, 1806. 

A^nilia. iH. to Oi^itfp- Eapitrom, 
ri>q. n Snedish merebAiil in Lon- 
don. 
V. FIutUKtcad, of London, b. 7()i Oc- 
tober. 1780. tH. finst. rraucM-Ua- 
bi.-llD, iluii|;h(er of J. Bch-iimuti. est). 
(if I|<ftMii:h, iind by her {tiho d. IHtb 
September, 1816,) lias surviving i»- 
(lue, 

I. JIdaty-ClizaWth. m. to her oon- 
•ia ulwHrd Lloyd, esq. 

3. Emraa. 

3. tsabella. m. to Henry RDSsell, 

eaq. of Tortinio, Upper Cniiiidn. 

Mr. PlumsteHd L!riyd m. secondly, 

Jane, daiightiT nf Ji>hn Hi>nel|, esq. 

and ixki by her a daughter, 

Jane-Howell. 

I. Pri»cilla. m. the Ref. Christopher 
Wordnwarlh. D. D. formerly dean of 
Botrkiii^, and pre>«eiil niHSlcr of Tri- 
nity College, Caiiibrtil^'e, author of 
tbe " Eccleeiadlic llioi^rnphy." Stc. 
brother of WiUitH Wordhwohtm, 
the p4>e|, ontj hn9 j^sue, 

I. John Wordsu-orlh, b. 1st July, 
iWV'f, fritiin of Tritiily College, 
t'amhridye. 

3. Cbarlcd Wordsworth, nebolar 
of Chrut Church, Oxford, second 
master of Winchester College, 
*. «nd February. 1800. ih. Char- 
lotte, dniiglili-r of the Rer. J. 
liay. 

3. Christopher Wordsworth, fellow 
(if Trinity ('ollr|;e, ('anibridge, 
Ifiti.' public orntor of the uni- 
verailv. and head master of Har- 
row, i. 3l«h tlclober. IH07. 

II. Olivia, fN. (o Paul Moon James, 
cs*!. of Wake <»rt'pn. Wonrentrrshire, 
a RiautstrHle for that rounly, a banker 
in Uirnini^litiu), mid bigit baililT in 
IKM. 

III. Mary, m. to Geor;(c Brnithwnite, 
«^*|. of Kendal, and H. *2iid Novem- 
ber. lM'2'i, teiivtiij; lAMie, 

1. (icorge llraiUiivBite, 6.2lBt July, 

1810. 
•i. Tbomai Braitliwaite,ft. 1*1 May. 

1810. 

3. .Snnitiel Braithwaite, A. '2a\h 
April. iM'ill. 

4. J.'imes UraitbWHite,6.26tli AprtI, 

I. Mary Braitbwatte, m. to Alfred 
Hiitgestun. M. 1). of IMvmoulh. 
I 



114 



LLOVD. OF DOLOBRAN. 



f: Ik«6onli Bralihmtlir. 
tv. Abu, M. to Tmwh' Brailhwkltc. r*q. 

nf Kendal, nntl ln> hfiuc. 

I. Imjic UniilliMiiitr, h, Oth Juljt, 

3. Chftrlrn-IJoMl Brailtiwiiitr, i. 
1Mb I>n.-rinb«r. IHM. 

9, (}porg«'-F«Mtrr Bniillin«itr, t. 
I.tlh AuxiMl. \»\a. 

4. Itobeil llr.>itli»alt(>,&.2liitJoljr, 
1810. 

6. Jcweuh'Bcran Bnulbwaitr, b. 
31il June. Itfl8. 

1. Atiiin Bniilliwaile. 

2. CiirMliiK- Hriiithniiiri'. 

V. ruroliiip. (/. iiimi. tSlIt OclwUer. 
IHII. 

VI. Ai^lbn. m. bi Jnmr* PmrMHu mi), 
a blinker in Biriiiingliain, ntiil Um 

Mr. Charirs Lloyil H. imli Jnnunry, 182(4, 
mill WM I. by Iti* cidrkt ton, tlic jtrewnl 
ChaKLM Lti>10. ritq. 

Armi — Qikftrt'>rl}' : \%t .ini) AlU. nn. n hr- 
Ipmt (UUMUtt uy. , liiil »nil 3n), nx. thitrr 
ODckl urK. anuiid, tec. or. 

rr»#l— A h<-i;oBt. 

Motto — E*lo tigjiiinc. 

Kitmir* — In (he ruunlin of Wnmick nntl 
Stoffuril. 

B-Uii'IlB at anrrjra. 

Tiiomjii I<ij>yd. third ion of CliJtrlfs 
ttloyil. rfq. nf Dolobnin. by nucnbrili. hU 
wlfv, (lau. of Tbuiiin* KliiiiKv. of Knuvkju, 
tn BaIoii. (mil Uy liii firal wik>, 

t. MMrilcrm, A. In lOnti, ImI at wm la 

\tm. 

II. John, h. in 1071, rf. In JantJiics aii- 
mrrWd. 

III. Tliona*, m. Sarah Younit. imd hail 
l«av. 

I. Pelrr, wIk> w. Mnry Mnrtin. 

anil hnil A son, Tbonins, who w. 

Mnrj fiAurriuc, nml hml I'rtrr* 

^i-liary Lloytl, >i. iinin,; Tlio- 

■taR, lout nt »eti in IT7H, nnm. ; 

■nd rh«rl4->. d. uiini. 

% Tboniaa, who m. Hoann Owen, 

and bail 

Hamli. M. Ill W. Mmirr. aod 

liAil Ttt(imi>» I.. Movrr. wbo 

M. I.. St»m|i<*r, niul tintl tWfl 

dau|ititrr», M'iPi' Mourr, n, 

to llkbiitil >Villii)|c. and 

etixJilx'ib Muorr, w. to M. 

SiUMii.M. tl>T1lnIn^ft\^'bnrton, 
and hnil Lloi it W liirTOn. 
d, antn., Iluiuiivli ^VIi;irtAn, 
Moon* W Umtiiii, and Sarah 
WhartiMi. 



9. Mnrdccfli, m. tlannal 
ami h»il a tlnuttlitar^ 
wbfi m. Jam*'! Pvmliv 
waa nmtbt^ror Kachncl 
ton, who m. Tboiuas Pi 
bad two »ooi anil n i 
viz. Tbomu Parkr, 
Prmbeiiun Parkr, aiul 
Parke. M 

I. Mary. d. unm. m 

I. tlannnb. b. in IftfWI. m. d 

DelAVnll. of Pbilndrluhua 

ciMidly lu Ittcluird Hilt, 

M. RjiiWi, L in Itiin, 

Purtoii, and bad 

1. MargarriPurton.nl 
ani Moor, and fajul 
Samo«l-PtirtvD Hi 

nail Hill. 
Ricliitrd-Miirdvcal] 

Klin Colcatait. 

ThosMa Moor, m. i 

CbariM Moor, mi. I 

1. Hannah Pnrton, wl 

Carprntrr, and bad 

Satnii'*! Cnrprn(cr« 

JnniHi«:n. 
Purtoii Carprnl 

(lanniUi Smith. 

Haonab rnr)wnl 
S(|ii>raiak.er, ai 
ItfUJrtiuiB, nbiri 
Wiinifr, and 
Icr. EniQA, la. 
ben Morris, 
lo John Bit 
III. Mary, &. In 197-1. ai, 
and •/. In 1744*. lMf| 
vive her, 

1. laaac Norrii, i 

and d. in 1700. 1 

Irr. Marv, ■•. 

»on. and had 

3. <Tliarlr4 Norri«*4 

and d. in l7Wl,b«vinc1 

lauac, d. unm. to IflS 

ioiwph-Parkaa NorrI 

Bor of tbr Bank i 

Silvania. at. Wtimi 
OS. aad had i«M 
CbarlM. ai. 
cutter, and ^ 
ClaLkrrKi ~ 



llmry. 
Hary-Parl 



DALB, OF A3HB0RNE. 



lU 



F* fimlia. Btetnbcr of 
Um House o( AMcmbly 
of PvuiuvlTaiiia, aiul 
hiu G^orgr Ktnlin, Jo- 
wifb'Norrii CiQlin.aad 
eiiubcUi-N orris Em- 
Utu 

EUxabcUi>Fo\* m. to B. 
T. Sergranl. aud hiu 
ioDAtliMii - l}ickeiuOD 
Ser^nnt, and Eliza- 
beth- Norria Servant. 

Drborab. m. to Willinm 
Hrowii, and bad a Unu. 
Klizabctl). 

Hannah. 

KUeti. 

»unb. 

Emttf. 
Clurle*, (M. EliubMh (>Ardi- 
ocr. and rf. in Itim, leaviug 

Mary Norrit, m. to laamo 
Schnch, and bu bme. 

Pelwnh- Logon Nonia. 

Slept] net Norria. 

Oekonb, m. 10 George Logan, 



and Iinil Albaii, wlia m. bis 
couitia M. DickeiiAOU, and 
Algtriiou. 
3. Samuel Nonii, d. unm. in I74G. 

1. Mary Norris, m. Tbomiu flrlf- 
lln, and had Imuic Uriflin. wbo 
m. Snnib Fitxtralter : Mary 
Orifiin, who d. untn. ; and Han- 
nah (rrillin. who d. aged uiucly- 
onc. in IS17. 

3. Hannah Norris. m. Kichard 
Harrison, and lind Tbonins, who 
m, PnnrM Serle. and Hannah, 
wlw m, Cbnrles Tbomaon, serri!- 
tnry to tho Con)[rfS> during the 
Revolutiunnrv War. 

3. Blizabotb N'urris, d. uiim. in 
I771>. 

4. Deborah Norris, d. unm. iu 
I7ti7. 

IV. Elizabeth, b. in 1077, m. to David 
Ziu-bery> but had no ivuv. 

V. Margaret, b. in ie8l>, d. num. 

VI. Delmrah, h. in 1083, m. Mordrcai 
Moor, anil bad iasiie. 



DALE, OF ASH BORNE. 



I 

I^^THURSTAN, e»q. of Ashbnme. ia the county of Dorbv, a mnjor in Ihc 
^■l 1776. m, 23n] March, 1800. Helen, daughter of Thouina MaUwwa, e«q. 
HKlft, and granddaughter of John Taylor, c^^q. of Swords Houhc, in tlio county 
ra, urf hot iaanfl, 

TB>rB«r»«, B.A. rtf Cl«ri> Hall, rambridg(>, student of tJic Inner Temple. 
Kabcrl. Ik-ulriiant in (h<- S3ril rcttmient. 

Hvlm-Kslbrrinr. m. t» John Sbiiltleworlli, esq. of Hodaack Paril, Notts. 

FrMM-e« - Eliuftlw lb . 

Kalhortlia Ainriia. ai. lo EdwanI Cbaloncr, irfl(|, of Liverpool. 

Ddb WMC— dwi Urn blbitr 3rd January. I fiMi. 

lUncagr. 

Cbadwick, of Fairfield Head, in Sufford- 
sltire, and died in 1612. leaving with three 
daughter*, three *otiii, tic. 

I. Thurstaii, died n bacbeldr. 

II. RiciuHo, who m. Mary, daughter 
of William Baker, of Atbover and 
Sheldon, and died in 1<H3, IcavinR a 
»on, 

GRoRec, of Fla([g. wbo married 
MeUicent, daughter of KobrrI 
I>akayne. of Pniitrlifr, in the 
county of Derby, atid bad two 
|ioii» Hnd a daughter, viz. 

1, Thiirsian, (f num. 

2. KonRRT, (jf I'laKR. who M. 
Janr. daughter and heir of 
Law Breiilun, esq. of Hurd- 
low, and died in lOOij, lear- 
iuR issue, 

OlOKOB, of Flagg, who 




Dtuc. flf Flags. ID ihe county 
Tky. whfi entered >ua pedijn'^'e at the 
Wa Ti«itotio>B of Uial cuanty in 103^1, 
ti Umtfajt iraKhtw of Tboiaos 



116 



DALE. OF ASHBORNE. 



m. Janr. clnuKhler of 
Williiim Siiville, PM|. 
niut tliril ill I6h:), Irav- 
in{[ nil only tlauRlii<>r 
*nd bfir, JBnf, hIio rf. 
Ihe rolluwing yum, un- 
roarried. 
Mrllimit, b. in laM. M. 
to Thoitms I'owcll.veq. 
of Parkr, tn Ka)o[i, who 
«Ur*ii(rit \lfT. Kllll lUllil 

the KIn|;(( •-»tBlc to Tlii>- 
in«s BHinhaw, cia. or 
Ridjcr. Tbry liad ttim 
diiu|[li(ore. 
3. Annr.M. liiSir Willinni Bow- 
yer, liart. of Kiii|irnlcy, iit 
ffUifl'oixlAliirc. 
III. TiinMAfl. 
TUc third BOB, 

TllONAit DIlc, f»q. of Parwich. in tlic 
connty orDerby, A. in I0t»3. ninrriird Mary. 
dAuirlilrr of TliOinni PtAtt*. of FIn){^, aiid 
hmd two sons and imo daughlftra, oBmvly, 
HuBLitT. hu hvir. 

OrurKf. of Paxwicb, d. there udhi. be- 
fore 1710. 
Sythf, *•■ to John CrcMwcll, of Tidc*- 

Wrtl, in Dfrliyoliirir. 
Anne. d. unm. beforv 1710. 
Tbf cl'Icr Kon, 

KiinrRT ll,ti.E, cfq, of pArwIfb. nmrrird 
fint. Alice. daiiKlit^r uf (iennmi Uuxion, of 
BriuairKton. in l)rrfiy»biro ; and »cc<JDdly, 
Annr, daugbtrr of tJrurgr Mclward, of Al- 
»oj> In l)i<- dnlf . in Ihr HAmc i:niinty. By tbf 
former hn bod two ion* nnd a$ niuiy d«ugli- 
ttn, nnnirly, 

Tiit'NfeTA^. hU brtr. 

Robi-rt. aard forty iu 1710. Wtnt; tbvn 

unm«rrted. 
M«n;arrt, m. to the R<'r. LiiLe Flint. 
M. A- minister of Somer*alI, in Sbtf- 
ford*bir«. 
Mury, liviiitf unmnrrird In 1710. 
R(ib4-rl IInIp, wIio wnn nixty-riKbl yean of 
M.(r III 1710. wn» I. by hid rldr>r »na. 

Tin'R)»T4M V*lt. of Btkpnvll and Anb- 
hnmr. in lb>* rounty uf l>4*rby, h. in HHtH, 
who m. (Imt, hortidij', d«Ui(blrr of Jidin 
ll*)iiF, K'ni. (if Aubboruc. nnd brir(^«« of 
brr motlirr, Dorothy, dan. «nd bi-irrui of 
JanKra Bul)uci,or Hrnmtiton, and bad thrtfv 
wni, HoBtHT, hia heir: Juhn. burird al 
BvLpwrll in I7V1 ; Thiir»tan i. in I W7. Hp 
M. wcoadly* Trotb, daaghtvr of — Sir igb. 



of AshlKtmc, nnd wiilow of Chm 
fopr, of the snnic jiUu:e, but by 
iMtue. Hi« rldfit aoti, 

HnncKT Dale, ea<|. of Ajhbonw, 
commission of tb« P<r«cr for Ilrrbyi 
in l(Jif3, morrifd Trjt'hcna, dnogl 
Cluu-lca Grammrr. of llir mmi: pm 
bad two sons. Thi'I^Tjih, hn brir; « 
Iwrl. li, mini. '.>tlth Mny, ITUA- Mr. 
2lHbSr[ttrtiiV>i>r,l7(i.'(, and was >. by I 

THi:KvrAv l>tti;, rsi). of Atfbbon 
PH. Kli£ikbi'th,dauc;btt:rof liucBom 
of CiiBtlvGrlds. iu Ihr conii(\ ' ''' ' 
by h'-r, wbo wiu bnrifit !■*■' 
Ufx nl (lis dpceaac in July. )(••<. « > 
aurci-itsur, 

KoBKitT pAte. «Mi "r »-'.?...'« 

aervrd the office of i 

county of Dtrby lii i" 

mandnul of Uie Utr c < b«{ 

lunlF-<.T Iiifantiy-. H'- ^ity 

Kithnrinp, ()MU){hl(rr of Uirhnnl Um 

of Kr<»rri>rd, in lb»» rOuiilv uf Sulld 

1^ brr. wbti difd fith July'. 1N.1I, M 

KontHT. lieutenant colonel of ll 

UJ({bLBodcn. kiiird io action 

Orlraoa b \ti\4. He m. I 

cldcpvl dnu^hlcr of LicutrtiaBti 

llnin brill (;;r, but dii-d Nilhovl 

Thi'U*Ta\. brir lo bi« father. 

Itichitrd, a lirulcuanl of ll)« 01 

viUJt OD ncttvF BTticr doH 

whole of Uir Priiintiulftr war, 

camp, near Pari*. Hepl 

Katburioe. at. to Joaeftli 

of beicMlcT. 
Eliuihtlb. 
Anna, it. young. 
Mary-France*. 
Mr I>mU< rf. ard Jamwy, II 
tBccrednl by bit rldcit vurfhU 
prearntTiit:ftsr«> JDtU, c*i|. of ! 

Arm* — Paly of aia gu. and m^. 

mn. oa a chief m three Karba or. 

Crrtt — A mount vert. Uiereoa dn 
niMh h«llle-avs, nne fn pale mad 
AAllin-, p|ir. tbf »tA<'m ajt racoafn 
a chnjdrl of ro«c» itltrniatrljr gs. ■ 
banded by a ribband, or. 

JHolt»^Soo nr'itlri" poualxrla av 

purcbaaed from l< •^. 

Kijiiti ITOI.ind C'«raiiiKtoo.p«niAnai 
c'Hu%\]y ill I7:hi. 
&M<— .Ubbomcj P tiby i hiH . 



ur 



llANKEY. OF FETCHAM. 

JOHK-BAnNAUD. «q. of Fetcham Park, in the coiintv of Surrcv, A. 
;jltl March. 1784, m. UUi June, la07, the 'Hon. Elizabeth 
Dc Dluquierv. joungest dnugrbter of Joho, fint Lord De 

Blaijuiere, in<l hu imuc, 

^. II. WilliAin-ilHriiAni. 

•^ III. Fr«il«'ri»-k-TIi(nna^-Bnniftr<l, R.N. 

^£\ 1^- Julia'Bi-l)in;:liniii-Uiiniaril. 

^iV V. H>'iir_v-Uari)«nJ. 

^JM VI. AugiL-fluK-UAriiard. 

I. Mary-Bariunl, m. toWJUi&m Holme Sumnrr, etiq. 
rldrj'l eon of Geor;(p llulnic SiiniEier, e^q. of Hntch- 
Uml5. lulc MP. f<ir Surrey. (Sec vol. i, p. CO.) 

M. L'ruisn-Klliniir'Biirnanl. 

III. Kniiii-i-'ft-Kliz.ibetli-Barnard. 

tv. llftrrirt-IlnmArtl. 

Mr. Honker succeeded hu father ia 1793. 



Umrngr. 

— I V wni orlKfiially 
jiirof Chrstcr- In 
oi !.(.■/ (ci> HI 111'- ri^ht of bvuHng 
VM coocrded Bud ^miitril t't Hrnry 
miyer ol'ttif tily of C'lirnh-r. 

II«NKCT. nu rtnicfut citizen 
■^ I^mdon, ii».1WtIil>ii-''tiilwr, 
1 LrlhtT wl' Jtw»-Vili *"'li«jiliii. 



)•„ ,._,|...i, I ; ,1 



lirrifT of Suf- 
.^iilrr of Ilice 
I tfoiis, viz, 

• '.'I alderman, i. 
\''H; im. Eliziihfth. 

y Joliii»iill, (if the 
u>i,-, dlld ilitsl 'i8lli 



J. of Eul BtTg- 

bttli, winttM. CMlMirineGalCiaud 

i " '^Mi»i. (t oDBi. 7lh 

ly^Zi-'^ -■■■<'■ 

i|. __, - torof North WinK- 

• f- 
J. y; .^it),H.t.p.\a IH17. 

' Eltiabrth. at. to .Samuel Uo- 

tatbrritir. <f. fn I»t33. 

jFmic««< a>' toJobnSwcetiDj;. 
'Dorotlijr. 
Aoti^. 

iatMr-laabrlU, HI. lu Sir Ed- 
w&nl Hyde £■»«, ban. 
X H*rT7. rrclor of Rn>l Urrjcholt. 
X HnilT. 

4 JuMii, o< Po[dar, m. Anat, 
■laugiirta>r Df John Pi-rr)*. 



twinB. 



1. Rllzabeth-Ellen, ■». ^a Jowtib 

Tvudajl. 
3, Mnry. IN. to Jnmcs Clark. 

3. Siimh, ) 

4. Menv.J 
6. Mnrt&n. 
6. Atiiic, ui. to G«orge Paul. 

II. Tbomoji (51r), of wbuw.' dfcc^ndanta 
we ba^f to trciit. 
Sir Hciir> Hmtkrv »/. in Ftbruan-. I73t»-7, 
a'td wad Ijiiritd ul Sl DiuiiU. Hi& »vcoDd 
son, 

Sir Thomas HA\KeT, ktiL aldeniiaii of 
Londua, m. in Juue. 1733, Sarali, eldp.tt 
(Iaui;li(er of the cclrbratrd Sir Jubu Bnr- 
Duril. iDcniber ia six aucccwive parUamenta, 
fur tbo ctly uf L>o(ido», and bad inue^ 
I. Tmomak, hia heir, 
ir. Robert, m. Miea Ponton, and left 
one aoii. Aut^ualue-Kobcrt, who d. 
unm., and two daugbtvrs, Matilda, 
m. to — HnriniiK-V, cs»|., and Heuri- 
I'ltJi, |o — Hirst, i-Mi. 
tit. John, wliu nt. tin- daughter of .\ii- 
tlffw Tlioinsoii, eM\. of Koebamiitoii, 
and bud tbrtt «uu», DHUiely, 

1, J«ilN-Pr,riiH, wbo m. Isabellii, 
siatcr of Sir Willimu Alu\«tidpr, 
latn cbief baron of ibe Kxub*- 
quer, aud left lliree futia aud 
DU« dau)(bti.-r, riz. 

John - Aletandrr. m. E11«n. 
dBU};litiT of William Blake, 
r6(i, uf l>«ni-iibiirv. 
H^nrv, major hUi IIiu««ir». 
Williain, captain Utb Lan»;ra. 

Julin. m. OlbOrtolKT, iK-^U, lo 
Ibc Hon. Tboiaaa-SeymtMir 
BmUimt, third aon of tbc 



118 



HANKEY, OF FETCHAM. 



late Ettrl Bndiunt, niidftur- 
YivexhiA willow witlioneiuiii 
And one dnu^tit^r. 
3. Tbomxon.whoiN. Mi-oanuTuan, 
(langhtrr of Benjamin Hormoa, 
amt IimI ■ aoincrout huBily, via. 
ThoMMn, n. AppoUene-Api- 
tha A1^Xftn(tcr,nAlf-»ulrr of 
Sir WiUtitni Alcxiwdrr, (lie 
rhltff baron. 
Orot%9. 
BemumooU 

LouiM, HI. to brr comin, Tho- 
mas Hnnkcy. pm). banker, 
ol Pcncburch-slnTt 
KlizAbrlh. m. to ibe It«v. 
Rit-bartl Hftrvey. rt«lor of 
llonu«T. 
Mary. 
Albmia, m. to Dr. Jamca 80- 

im-nillc. 
l5alK-lla. 
Kmtua, M. to the Ilev. W. Wa- 

giiillr. 
Manba. 
Caroline. 
tL FrrdrricL ($ir),knt. fCTandrroM 
of Si. Miclinrl nnil Si. Ocorgc, 
Hocrflnrt tui;ovfrhni<-nliiiMaj(a, 
bad u. er.tni at i4u|iporti'nt lo biB 
arnif, uiupiirovnl of hi« loag«rr- 
vicca. m. 6r»t, bin fir<l counin, 
rhnrloltt:'. dnut;lilpr of Tbomaa 
Hunkcy, iiH). of Kvh-linm Hark. 
Siirri'V. and by bi-r, wbo H. iu 
IMIAAad two daugbtrra. 
Enuna. 
Frwli-ric*. 
Sir Frcdrrit'k wiMldrd.Kroadly, 
• natlTT of Corfd. and br Ibat 
lwly,whn if. In IK16, had one sou 
and nnr dnnf;btt-r, tix. 
I'mti-nrt. 
Tboma^i ni'- lou ia. 

I. Jane. ai. lo Tbumoa Sutton. r«q. of 

Moobry, in Surrey, aod bad two 

•On*, rit. 

Sir John Sutton. K.C.B. admiral 

R.\. wltii m in ITti7. bin mukih, 

Ibr lluQ. Fraocp* Hutbam, ood 

d. Rib ADgoai, 1SS& 

Sir Thomas Sutioo. of MmImv, 

crraicd a haniBFt in Frbruary. 

IHQO. Thi>(rDtlrreanai. Lucr, 

ilau. of Thoniaa iVsbtuo Smito, 

r»^. and died in tHl.*), Ira«nf 

mo dMwbion, iho oldrr. Lscy, 

oa. lo CoIomI Hr CSoon^ B«ri»- 



Iry, and th« jauofft to i 
lion aoblcman. 

II. Siuannnh, m. in 17(17, to Bovi 
Dfconil Li>iA Hotbaai. By Ull 
i»fai|i !»lic If 11 iMnc. 

Bcatinuiiil ilotbani. who i 
ITlM), P!iilud'-l}ihia. rlilm 
of 8ir John iMxun t>vkc, 
and dying viia paifM, U-fi 
other iaauf. Urtiuntuat, |i 
Lord llotham. 

Frederick Ilotbam.in bolya 
pn-bendary of Rochp*:*r. 
mri, Anne- EUr^alN lb, 
dau. of Ttiomaa Hmllet Hi 
raq. of llempatrd Place, 
and baa Wnc. 

Hmry Hotham (Sir). KX3 
admiral In tbv nu^ 
Lady Fnwir« ■ 

Kona. eldm dftMemrr ui 

firat Earl of Stradhroka, J 
at Malta, whilf in eoaai 
th« Mcdiurraor&B Fte«t,l| 
leaving isMP. " 

Fraocva Hotbara. m. n 171 

AdmimlSir JoboSolbM,! 

Amrlin lliilliani. ni. Ill It 

Jobu Woodcock, M^ 

LotuM llothajn, aa. uaC 1 

Okarlrs Edtnonataoo. haft 

B«coadIy. to CharU*a Wool 

8tr ThoiMw di«d in 177t), waa hwM 

l>iimifl, and aaccacdodby htavldoataii 

Thomas H4KKtY, raq. of FckcAna 

who M. Miaa Wyror, of «a oM Ol 

family, and had laaae, 

1. J»Hs-BiRftAliD, hia Wir. 
ti. Tboma*. nIio aa. hia toaalH, l| 
daagbtrr nf TbooMa Haakeyt^ 

1. Cbarlotir, in. to h'-r «rrt rawl 
Frrdi*rick llank> ><« ll 

ti. Sanb. M. 10 Si llcM 

Bf y. tart, of E>oonau, to the 4 
of ('lAtr, aad baa ao only dMi 
Cbnrloitp-Blia Maaoer, wu i« 
I" Feli% Vngku Sfc lft . asf. I 

III. L»Hiw,«i.to)fi4ftr>4]«B«tid I 
nrifTilb. of Padworth flooae, I 
littd had thrvo aofta aad one dan 

IV. EUxa. 

Mr. Ilankf'y d. laih P a |miitf Wt. IftI 
wax I. bj ht» rider boo. thn pw a a»l 
B,iiu>Aiit> Uam^v.cm). of FcldMsl* 

&M«M— In Hvrrry. tit. 
&«4— PriciMUB Park. 



119 



lORTIIEYIIOPKINS, OF OVING HOUSE. 

PKlNS-NOriTHEY, RICHARD, osq. of Oving Ho»im. in U.e county of Buck., 
» lieuteniiiiUfrcneral in iho arnij, b. in I 75'i, m. in 1777, 
I'rancw. ilaughlcr of John Wray, M(|. of Moangfaan, and 
by that liuiy, now deceased, hw issue, 

WiU-rAM-niCHMiD, of Suffiilk l^n-ii, riiflteiilinm. n 
dv]iuly-li<-ul<>iini)t for ltui:kiii);haiu«Iiire, fornit^rly 
a cn|>(iiiii ill iho army, nnd niitr^de-cnrnp to tiift 
Gruci- ilii- liHt; Duke of Richmond, when lord lieu- 
tenant of Ireland, m. Anii<^-r.Uuibcih, dau((ltter of 
Oenild Foftcsctic, esq. of Uie county of Louth, and 
hail had 

HicJiard-Arthur-Pcirti'Mcuc. an officer in the army, 
who died on m'rvicw in the Acvi^ntet-nlli year «f 
Ilia Of;*-. 
Fanny-ElixnUeih. ni. 2.'tfh Janaary, IH30. to the 
Hon. Umrfr^-lve* Irliy, eldMit »on of George, 
third Lord l)o»toii, and hu isBuc. (Refer to 
BtiKK»:'» Perrafft.) 
Ooraldinc. 
AdeUiilr-(}raco. 
Antninetli'. 
Enlalio-Kmily. 
Anne. 
Franc«s. 
N«rtlwy mamed a second time, aad Ilid children likewise by Uiat marriago. 
by aign nianuai, 8lh May, I79'J, the itiiraame and arma of lioPKiNS 
tlie eaUtM of liia matemul ancestors. 



^ 



^:^ 



Ifnragt. 



r tunily, throtiffh both ViM*, North ft 
tBonuiMt* valahlialteM aatkiuity and emi- 
igh boiii, it baa finjoy ed for a 
ir« of yean parliamenutry rank — 
both it hu fcrrcHt a BucciiMiuri of 
■Ihruufth boUi acquirvtj liviu and 
l^liatiarMua. In ibrMnttMinary Hars 
aorf LuKUislrr, which for thirty 
IcMt dcTwutrd the fiiir fieldi of 
mMl witb rulIiltrM imfiartinlttv 
pi awvy tlir clit.-r ndlirrents of both 
I. th. ftiiiilv vtf Ilttpkyna is trndition- 
' lakm a [iruniiiieul part, 
■iirrd Ihf inc*ital»l<' I'On- 

' -M, d<-ca)>itfttio», and 

• tvpver, from ruo)our 
' till! pacifiuntion 

tUMARD IV.) 

iU llontiNs, cho«cn hy thr men of 

I prmdr over ifadr city, then a 

canMdfration. Thia Wtliiatn was 

fbiV- -• •• -■•'-, 

H 

111!.-.-.-.. J ^: <'o»«itry In laM. 

NMtoloa, ahcnff of Coven Iry in l&tfl. 



' 1W wmm» WM aociosll; writtm Mopliyna — 
. . , if«ll %; JofaB lIo|ikjrua, trho £IIm ■ eiric 
■ tW liry af Covcvtrr in 1M7. 



The ftdfSI, 

WiLutu HorKVNn, ahorilT of Coventry in 
1557, and mayor in 15(i4. tiad been perse- 
cuted for hcrcay in IftM. He wedded A^^nrs, 
dim^htcTuf T]iuwa» Uiley. may or of Coven- 
try, and liiid a sun and Bucce««>r, 

RitiiAHn HocKYKs, who hnd two sons, 
Sanpso\, hislifir, and William, iiroprietur 
v{ the iorduliip of Stiortley, 31 Jamm I. 
The eldf-r, 

S*iiPROV IIorKVN's. ni.iyor of (Viventry in 
IHUO, rcpreAeiile*! thut city in parliament in 
thf 13 Rnd rH JtMtK I. Hr d. in lfl22, 
leaving by J»n«, his wife, three aoos and 
onr daughter, viz. 

I. Rkmaiui (Sir), his beir. 

ti. WJllinni(Sir). 

IK. SamiMon, mayor of Coventry in 
\0H). 

I. Anne, ai. to M. BablnRton, esq. of 
Kolhley Temple, in the counlv of 
Li-icdfter, and d. in I04H, aged thirty- 
three. 

The uldeet son, 

Sm HiciUKO IloilliSS knt. became rmi- 
nfnt at itie bar nnd nllnined the rnnk of 
serjcnnl-al-law. Ih- wdsnir'W.iTd offlovt-n- 
try. nnd represented lliKt rily in parliament 
at tlK< Reatoration. He m. samh, daughter 



120 



NORTIIEY-nOPKINS, OF OVING HOUSE. 



And co-hfir of John Button,* esq. of Bork- 
land in Mnmi-sHirc. by Mary, bis wife, 
daugliU-r of Willjiiin JcMoii, viKj. lUHyor of 
Covrniry in 163), and hnd u»ut:, 
Rlc'iURD, his heir. 

Tlioaia«, Mcrelary lo Lord Sonderl&nd. 
«iewiird of Coventry, and comioti- 
flioniT of Mil duties. 
Surah, who m. Sir Jotiu Goiidricke, 
harl. of RitMituu, in Ilie county of 
York, aiid lisd a numerous family- 
Tlip elilfsi *on. 

Sir HF.snYGoftDRirKF. bart. h. in 

|(i77,iN.in l7lM,M»ry,onlyrliil<l 

of TobiaA Jenkynfl, p(K|. of (>rini- 

ston. by tlie lady Mary Pnulct, 

)iis wite. duuKliler of the frrtt 

Duke of Holton, nnit Imd ismc. 

JoHK (llie Right Hon. Sir), 

whose gn'ni-^tvul-grunddon. 

the lalM Hit Horry Jnn)f» 

(lOodrickr, d. unuarritrd in 

1833. and bociuenlhiiig h 

conwiierablc vsltitc lo Fran- 

i'is-Lylll<*tnnHulyoiike,(-!ii|. 

tb.il Kmlli^ninn ii«»uui(-d (lie 

Bnrnamfand anuAof (inoD- 

RILRi'i. mid beiiic; created n 

bnront^t, u now Siit Fran- 

CI»-Lt TTLRTUN HlttVOARt- 

GononicKC. 

npiiry. 

Thomas-Frntic-is-Menry, licu- 
li'nHiil-votoiii'I :i6th rcpi- 
nirnt, m. Klixabeth, dauf^h- 
ter of Jniiifs Bufton, eM(. 
nnd dyiu)c in IMK), Irft n 
ron, the [ircsi-nt Sik Tho- 
ki.4» OonDHiCke, barL of 
Kibsion. 

II\KRV. prebendary of York, 
d. $. p. 



* Tht finnilr of Uutton, whoM prof^nitor, Stn 
WAtT»K OK nL-mi!>, rMtfiv*^ ibe huntnir of 
lLni);kt]ipo>l fntn Hkkrv HI. Amurishvd fot ■ loii^ 
kucc«Mion of i^ntntttionii in tW cnuuty of llant». 
naiulkUninjf » Iradia^ iiiflurnre uiuniig ttic IukIhI 
propriefors nf ib«t abire. and iniennufTyiot; with 
Buuiy diiitiaKui«bMl koiiftcs. 

John Ki.i-ni>N, wmj. of Hackland, in Lj-minifton, 
r«;irMentative of cbe faiuiiy About th* middl* of 
tb^ fl»veatMntb oeniury, aud unrl« of Sir \\ tllitim 
UunuD, but. of Altou, ni. £lfwnur, daiiglili-r nf 
Sir hrrnard DniJL«, knt. af Ash, and wkh grand' 
fiitWr of 

JiiiiH Bl'iiom. tttq. of T'ucklnnil, who li, in 
1679. leaving by Maiy. hia^iff, daujthlfrof Wil- 
liani Jeuon. nq. of Cor^iUtry, four diuj|[hti*rii, 
ktc co-fapin, vis. 

ELirAanTir, m. to John Rumrd, «flq. 

Makv or SAKAn, >i. to Sir Richard Hopkins, 

kati ol Coventry. 
AjniB,aulo PaulUurrard, ftK). aor«ator of tLa 

praaral Sir Harry Huinuxl Nmic, bail. 
EuAKDR, ta. to I'bomas Dor?, nq. 



Sanh, m. to T. Clangh, n^i 
of Otiey. 

Janv, m. to Ifac Rev. Fi 
Waiiley, I>. D. 
Sir Kii^hard, who waa a faithful 
hiitff C'H4iii.K]i I. and enjoyed the 
dence of that unhappy prince in an ctnnit 
dfgri'e, ua a striia of letlrn nddn-inn) to 
liim by the king in his niajt-sty'a ex.treniitT,j 
nttll extant, and in tbv jiiMSL-saion of lto| 
family, fully attrata, d. at Lyminglon. ia 
Hamjiehire.'and traa buried there ia lOMLJ 
He was t. by bis elder eon, 

RiCHAKn'HostLiMi. eaq. whoMtin pariia4 
ment for the city of Corcnirv in I6(W. K " 
lt>7t}, \iMi, ltK>6,Rtid 1609.' He m. Mary,] 
dau. of Mr. .Alderman Jnhnwin, and 'ifttrrof 
Lady Hale, by whom he bad ftion, FliUAimJ 
lii« beir.and a diiu^jhter, Mary . M r. Ilopkiiwl 
was a pertMiD of considerable iniportaBcr hi 
the time of Jakes n. and from tlie followuig 
'acts iiK'ntioiicd b) bis son, the Ri^ht Hot 
Fdward Hoiikin», was an arlivr opi'iin'ni 
llic court, and proni'itrr of tbt^ rrvolulnm. 
"In the year IfitlT," »ay» Edxard H( 
kina, "wbilft the quern M'as at Rath (tlie< 
oaaiou of which jorney lhiiht.T the yearl 
lon-tji^, gmv Buch a s-uspiciott of mdl, 
practii'Vit to (he nation, by ibc birili of 
prelendcr) AVuy J^mk^ made a jif 
lliroH|;b a part of the kingdom, and lay 
uiy fatlier'a buii»e,where, the ntoruioj*: 
his arrival, public tnasa was ^id in the { 
dining room, where 1 was prt-«ent at th^ 
celebration of it, iny ag« screeniogj 
any ob«cn'ation in my behaviour by' 
who attended the service. The next H^'* 
dt-i-uljon was loUL'bing for ibe king'k e*fl, 
hi.i iiiaje»ly, in our preai rliun,-h ; tlie 
Ha!i very grai-ioufl to my father, tbuu 
had be«n some time before (durtai^ 
mouth arebelUont) distinguished i 



1 Tbe report from the nutnidpal : 
Covvnlry, ahrtw» the (cmtt intrnst wfaldk 
liopkina look in tlH< aflairk of iba Duke ^ 
nunith. 

Covmuy, 91li Ssptembcr, 

■My Lord, — The Ooke of itfoiKBouib'a i 
lien- tfivfn tt.4 ihii onraaioo to preMBt ymrl 
Hliip with this acrouai roniiwinf, of thai 
bis rprejjiion, and what paki Uwivufioo ; 
we niui.t rrvre Imve lu lief^iu at ^furday, 
iiistanl, trhuih tnoniiiiu, at tli« p«Ht hMJ 
citty. WB» the Lord tolcbfiiw. wito 
spuake fonneeo poat baraea for bis 
ta be ready on rryday mominc. >!>" 
ioatast September. In order to ht4 
ce)ilton, a (eaat was pT«|iarvd, and waa oa' 
day last at tbe Slam Inn. in thia cit^i 
mo«toralloflbeino«tcoaftidMahladia*riii<-r«J 
nnd «1nvi>il tiiii ;;raoe bia eomiag, btiity mi.-oilc 
byMr.^lopkina our law ba i g Ma . who »^in W I 
rentry to oioet bin. and beouicbt bin ID 
about nin« at lUKbt, the bells ibea 
some bonfim li^^aMd ta bis way. Bt i 



NORTHEY-HOPKINS, OF OVING HOUSE. 



tttitl confined to bi» boose, at 
thr privoiis hvm^ filU-d vrith 
ir nuik- I( wti^ iiitiiituli-il tn my 
ip of the (trtni ipal lorfU uf the 
Lini^ MAI (lispofioil 10 slipw liini 
Kinrk u( rnvor, but be with du- 
I «li-t:rticy dcctinetl." 
AltiT rnd of Uic jrear 1688, 
if Oniii^ Urtdiii^ in Oie writt, 
Crorp? uf Ilriimark going to 
:(*•*«, Aitni>, llio kinti'd vnuog- 
wa« put under I'ontinHnpnt at 
fntm wliirb pini'p. hnving con- 
vtUb Dr. rotuplon, Biiihop 
id utlHTtf, «hi* mndi' bi^r tf»<'Mpe 
ol' Ibp niffbt, «iid coaclu-s be- 
and ftaiidiit'd in n pro|H>r 
one of (hi? eatrs of Ibt* rily. 
■•. lAkiiig "" niorfl rr»t 
r Mnn' lill Abe rracbii] 
■ wua joined by Lord 
ninnv oilier turds »nd {;t.-ntlf' 
uf lbo«r ruiinli'-t «vlio liml not 
lily In Appr^nr in firnis fur lite 
*r)iRgv. n>*r Kuyal lli^bnoits'a 
K-h inrrrnftiiii;. nnd lliis body 
under the mnimaiid of l>ord 
tbr Bi»bop of London, 
■. cbort stay it NottinRbnm, 
ce enme to Covrnlry to my 
wlierc. durini; b«T sojourn 
dnys abe received nn account 

thm pvtis vrerv met, tbs cbivfe 
litu m bU rb tmWr, wtiere, luok- 

:■ r i,,n, liit ^T«(C 

n |i#ttiMif;lit 

_ A- ..:i ;.. i.t. . . Illy. Sctinr 

I. tfe«ntk«rBtrNUw«Te Slled with 

' fihrlv on* btfriBain; at tb«> 

jm KnilianMill Huhmu jtwr- 



tbw •ml slilimMtin liki'Witr jiul iiul, 

Ml ihma apiitiB to tletwri lu |>e>ce. 

hlahoul hiia, Abiiutitic > .Moiituoutlt 
■ma (iRWmI vNilimoit to kiln, 

t4h' '■•'\ not aitich 

' rv br «itin- 

faqtiMH--. w.-, Ml. ..t.^^r wu ool at 
U Diabl. <rbfm bMrlna of tbia 
I IB tnv ftUanmi it tin crou, 
• iw Mtd nbfale, wbom thu-y 



to ■ '■ 1 >rdiiitp. Ibat 

iWaCOU: lortUy.Bfttne 

Btov«4 iii.iuju..[ •ijaLwOBntartiuD- 
wdetMl in iW Biflu of Um mrpoTB- 
•.liiit Mr.Miuorr<fu«e4.iMalMtlid 

lioMi other. (vi».) 
|ieni. AU'-tC'iin Knuieii Himman, 
Mr. Owrii mnd Mr l.ou- 

for the cnBuiag mMor, 

•o bcinr • pnMHt of w'uf, 



by expreiN that the kin;;, vrha wu tiefora 
6ed from Salisbury Plain to London, hiul 
abandoned the cily upon ibc Hrince of 
Orau^c man-bing tunardtt it, hs hi» uiajesly 
did al'ienriirds out of the kingdnni. Vpuu 
tbis Princess Anne set forwu-d for I^ondori, 
Nnd that Tcry niftht the false, but memorable. 
uliirm. wbicb v/a* at Ibe Gume time sprond 
all over the kingdom, reavhed u», thm the 
kin}j;'s Iriiib army of pnpistft nas destroying 
all by fire auit «uonl, and Bach wax the 
pnnick thai every one believed tbey were At 
the next tonn. Tlie ronfiision was so visi- 
ble in every countenance, thai it was iiu 
fvonder I bad the moitt dreadful appreben- 
SIOI19, and it nns by ihe whole (amity in- 
creased, by my falbLT'it bring absent, for bo 
was foiie lu escort Ibe princess a day or two 
un herjorney to London." 

lie if. 1st February, 1707, in the si\iy- 
eightb year of his a^e, and his widow, l:iih 
October. I7U. Botli arc interred in St 
Mirbacl's i^hurch, Coventry. Their sou and 
heir, 

The lIlCHT Hos. EOWAKD KoPKlKs, was 
M. I*, for Coventry, temp. \Viu.iam ITL and 
Qutrn A\Ne, and secretary of slate for Ire- 
land. This distingnished stnlesmaa in. 
.\nnn-Maria, d:m. and co-heir (with her sis- 
ter, C'bariolte, the wif« of — Lulher. esq. of 
Myles'rt, in K.'wex, .lee p. 10) of Hugh 
Chamberleii, M. U. of Aldertou Manor mid 



wbirh thwy ibn» pre»Mi(wi bin ;^c« with. After 
which, they, without theniMOf'fironiwntiUnpWyHl 
iin tiSicpr ta aunuBon the wboUi body of lite coon- 
cill-bouse, to be ready at tba msior'a parlour by 
iiiD« of the clock next morning, but t]u>n> apixttred 
Hilly ttut iwrvonH abovn nnid and two cr ibree more. 
Mr. llo]>kias and bis brutbt-r attended lns^iio« to 
the parCoor al the tyme, wlio rude on ub \to$t 
mars, two po«t boy> tootiatt their liores bcfoni 
titm i Sir Tbannas Araifltning and !\tr. Kur fnllow 
idg Ilia f^rac*. and the r«bbl« tbooiintr, a .Moo- 
TOoutik— no York*; Ids gne« alif^bieil at tlK> jtar- 
lour. «rb«rethey enierUiiiwd him with «riiM-, but 
•tay«d little, ao monntM) a^caiu and w«at aii bis 
JourDfT, lh« nbMe gthoatiii^ him to the tounea and. 
.Mr. Klaiiir mid bin liiyall hri^hreo rssolvv to en- 
■[uirv into Ihe ryot, and punislt such offeiidflfS as 
&ltid) b(> found ;;uitty. as I'nrr w% the law will besr*. 
I hiN la ih* (Tuili, whirl) we tbouftlht conreniMit 
to preaeut to yout lordntiip, lo ronfront all fals 
reports, creviue leave to aubsrribe oarseleei, hu 
ttiaimity's toyall auhjacta and daputie leiftenants, 
and, Mt lonl. 

Yotu lordabip's niost obedient servants. 

J<ihn Diigdale. 

Kicluud iliyward, noyor. 

Rubfirl Towiutbend. 

Naih. Harr^inaa, nldermiMi. 

Tboniu Kin;;, aldsfinati. 
Fftrthe Rieht linn, tliw Karip of Conwavi 
principill tM-critarrofalnlt-.M ili« Cock- 
pitl. m Wliili' Hall, buuiblv pirnent. 
(_<'of'ied from the original at Mercoole, IBtf .) 



m 



NORTHEY-HOPKINS, OF OVJNG HOUSE, 



Hinlmi IIaII, both in tlic cuunty uf Sitffblk. 
by Mor^-, hi* MTomt wifr, only rhilil atui 
lu-irrM of Nftth'tniel lUitoii, fii(|. fit Friaton 
Mail* la tile came coaDty,* uud had Imuc, 

I. RiciiJUiD. I)U bdr. 
It. Edwonl, d. t. p. in I74H. anilrrai^e. 
lU. Il^njamin, rf. «.^. 1779, agwt forty- 
five. 

r. Mary. d. in 1712, agf^ MTfiitern. 

II. Ansr, <vho m. Wh.m**! NoRTiiKY. 
r*j. M.l». of IvcyHouw, in Will- 
•Itirc. nnd rf, in 1822, tearing^, with 
ullirr tMur, n third ton, 

Rkhahd NonTHpy, an offiwr of 
hlg:li rank in Ihr nrmy, of whom 

fimcntly, ai inheritor of ifac 
lopkios' MUt^B. 

Tliia «minent person, who, nii stated aborc, 
fillnt (hp imporliinl ofHrv of 8f4:r«lary of 
alatc for Irrljind, lift hrliind him nn intr- 
fMtinir manmirri|it fiitillcfj "Travrls of the 
RIfilit Hon. Hdtraril llopkinft. wriltcn by 
liimsrli, for the KtnuKcmeiit of his Hrscend- 
noi4." From lliU MM. we nrv enublrd to 
fltfart an account of the frraud entry of ihr 
Earl of Pnrtlnnrl, fCtmi/ H'iU-tA«'« fin»t Htn- 
hftiavlor into P«ri«. and of « Binftaiw dibm- 
■iB in which come of the leading ED|;lub in 



' fiaran, of ^nston KalL ftuSsIfc. 

<l^r"v*ml*iy *v Gnufti NoRTiiftr Jlnratn. Junk 
F*Ki, rt.j. ./ W,)rm*Uy. ■oil Joan T»xloji. tm. 

Tlw lUmwa of Friatoa war* m dbUnruithMl 
wiarJi rfUi* giwi hanae of Buv*. uiU tfrcirMl. 
«lia«ddMeMt.friMi 

ma Fauteu Daoun, kat. of Kn«ton. «n uid 
nwir of Juam» Hanio. bnnhw of Sin Nicumas 
l»»C0K, tJM knil k««pu. ftr Fnocw »ffld«d tb« 
«UiHr«(«- and hmnm of Frwirw Umob, m«. « 
TMifftr MB of Baooa of ll«M*t. ud wu ». by 

NAiHAfin. SiAcon, mi|. nf fnstoo. wba m. m 
•Uairktar of SirllmuiM (.^rtMH. kat, of \orfoU. 
and UA. trtth twu Amagbtm. Klatfavtb. n, to 
NuhkoitJ, M<ciiml MNi i.r Sir NiUia&iirf Barnr- 
«tutoa, km. nd AaM, who .J. utUMtrwl, a aoii 
and ■wccwpf. 

Tmomm !• r of Fruian. whu a. Kli». 

Ulb, dwf I .v«rt Hmnl". knL »f Yox- 

lura. M • ! _. .OB. 

N'»TMaBMi binM.a»i|. of Krinbai, who Mk «1 
lua dMVMT u Miy diWK^l'^ ""d lifinH. 

M*»i» llMDN.wboWMldMllitVNt'lKHMkttv, 

*•«). M. I». rtf Aia«1nD MMwran*! Iliutnu 11*1], 
huh m tu tmurty of $«Mk. ^fat M««>unc U 
l>r. Cbn>b«ln-« Aoiril;. «« p. 10.) aad M 
uir>* (UuKhUf* nul a»4wn«. 
'' <>.•'. itnniwTtMj. 

' ' > M«ii«,«.(a« iBtli*t«-xOk)tf>*< Pvbl 
Moo. Ktow»»B H„n„»,, u( L-ovmitry, M J». "• *" '" "i'' 
( rnoiurrt, m. Itlckud LuUwr, vwi. af «'^<»d confiis. 
MyWt. m r.twi, mud <faa ymt pmad- ^omc 1).' 
n>oiJ.«» u( JiMn iMLiir, M. I), (rf' t'lif- tlircc il 
Ian, (MM* |>. 7.1 ui4(if Joi><» Fam. «m, of Orangr, i.;... i-i 
VtorMlrr. (•»!.. K.J a. (| www, £nKli»l 



the Nttite were snIiaeqarnUy placrd by 
Pretender, 

" ll wns near two months afirr ttwi nrrji 
of my Lord Portliuid, before he mftd^ L 
public I'utr}-, which wah uto>t mRffnUiLri 
Tbp iiroccMioD *nu« from the hotel "" 
boiiillet iv (hr Hniel (lea AinlMMa 
where bin excrllenrv, and all of u« ..^^^ 
•uile, Vffte nuuiptuonxly Irrsled n! the Klif 
of Frauce'd CTprDi>fl, for three da) i, lihftp- 
prninttiri the tilu<'ori.«nl, toubaerve ttrirlly 
the urdinaitcea of holy rhurch, no flesh waa 
allowed. It was woaderfut to we vaeh ■ 
number and aach a Tuiely of diaticawkkoat 
it. tiie hfligbl of Fn-iicli rowkrry. Screrd 
different ■oiipM.frirAfVP, andragoota of&sh. 
aodiapjisetl m might well decaivaobWrl' 
eye or the pallet. 

** I never yet in one diy, nor ervr 
again sec »ucb a nuRiU>r uf [leople lofi 

an lined the sirreU of Pari* llie d«y o. 

entry. Tlie proemitton had near tUrrr mHn 
lo make. The uiuduna were taken away, 
■nd aa the aireeia are reifular wul tbe liMnna 
of several itoriea, it wai aa agreeable *%trt 
to aee, njion tiirning into a vtreet. ao BMny 
rowa |ik(? ^nrlaiid* a|ipcnniit;, tite bouate 
being mostly tilled by ladies. Tbe Ccvtta* 
luvQ were nioatly in, upon, or aboal tbt 
coaehea, of wbicli there went a cont~ 
line Qo each eide of the atreela, twi 
bouara. 

" The unbaaMulor had fire or aix • 
hif own, of py/ii pric 
Iboogh ibe Frriii l> i>i h«d 

enough, tbe aj-pearnni !«i bai 

KofficieDl of tbnt iravti Enf, 

carving 00 the oiiifMi ■ a9ecta«i 

■uch oveii5ion» ; i> '<^taUwM 

of a-piece. both «»' o. mf »t - 

6cenl with elefnnee, and (.oaUy, bath aa ta 
tbe painting, carviof. gold lace, friage, lie. 
"In thrrnrtarr llTi n niiiinw iiiai,iifli<i»l 
cliaHot, drawn by a art of $nt Nafwltea 
horses, of n livrlr gruy eolntir, bewwtiU 
crealares. end highly toaaaged : tb*ir Iws 
oe», reina, ondribboflaon tiivir iaaacs»«n 
orange eolnur, which bad attagrrablreflHt. 
His excellency made a iirt-aent afterw ai ^af 
theae horwa, orHhirb I ihlok he Ua4 fligM, 
to (he King of FraAce. 

"A matliT happetted a liltle beCara Ac 
entry, i\bii b ifiii#rd a mall fracw, and «•- 
barraax i-«ador. Befwc llwt ■!- 

ni»ler'* i r.-arr thi,*r nfrtieFre*^ 

nioialen, end af all l!i r.4 |via- 

eeaaea of lh« blood (ih- >i»-fwm»), 

lo aiiend the entries. A trrt lew daja 
before. N li»t ipfifan-d nt tbe hotel, tklbiaiaj 



were to be ta. to 
ll H Bfipmrrd Ibal 

4 

aUnn, 



NORTHEY-HOPKINS, OF OVING HOUSE. 



»3 



a ^Cmtt lUspote. A mprttn^ 

tmrm wlutt tl if(l. I 

•»« I WBji aiu; .,. . ..j^: muli- 

Mvn. If ira« iLrn rf»olvctl thit vtn roald 
ast •»-i*l .it flir tfolrj uiil'.>" iIiIt- ii-;*t('rr was 
fcet. iftvnvMril- 'u was 

kisl' I'rior, tti ni'_ (-xccl- 

tvar' ' in ilir itiii«i rrnim^tful mnn- 

MT. !iwn*g_t\fit,]iit\x iimrtiAoerer 

Sr 'ill ii w.t8 impojpibl*.' 10 

rf . ju(l)|Ec(l ^cLemv, to that 

»« »a« ;1j.'^_' ;;ciiUctncn that doy not S8 
[v*-r» hut sprctAt4ir». 

i-rr WW uhHIii rdifflctllly with rf-ii|ircl 
I>tikr of Ar(gr[(% then, i» hU futlipr'it 
Lonl LofDtf : be objf^ct<.'tl to tlif' 
gtvca him bi comfMLny with our lord« 
rWlk* vnlonwuuottbcniDStl''): litrrlainitid 
M place, iKfWtTVrr, Htvonlinici^^ttifiititient- 
■Mi (jf Lib I'jii^iK . urpnjf (bat thr rnibaMV 
■ ivflt u from Rjij^Ifim), 
. ^^C buth. Tti« tiinller 
' fur ray lord am- 
■orofliu cUiai, to 



(W K 

>r to d*- 
drcUu- 
-TWr r. 

paiillic Ir< < 
M^BTtiri^ lji.il' !)'> 'II 

•«4ai1;i oMtinlb*! 



■ nwcn; 

illrs to 

>[, \ii nnmu * not to 

,ind tbey wen; «o well 

- ' - ' • jirmid, iboufrb 

iimsf, u'hjcb 

! ilemr-5 : tti»r 

il, \ittt wry 



Imt4 m*u.. . _- -1.L ftame lablre 

l«r to cMnrenaDon. 

" Sim0 JiHuV QiMvn ruac.Mxordinfcto 
Wt TiMlinni. to ptTiorm bcr cUTnlions iiid 
|M» lh« finfr wrr-k at tilt Couwnt of Nuim, 
itf Charil' ' ' ' '<s «vbitlii>r onf Any tUv 

. \VN|r« tAini'. IQ diiii- 
brr, Lil >kLtUi 1 WA* ai]vrrtt««:d by one 
ifr i:iimfl. irfici bnd marnVd my nunt, tJic 
m t.- ' '■' ■'-■ my tuolbrr. 

I rabirur .ilitffyitijtttitf 

oHhMtT f »*ii ii> c-i • .1 I'i'iixii I had from 
lit ItrCb kc*rd, and vtu likely to hear to 
mmM Ulk of. MOcn I inii{bl Ttrw him, aa la- 
■yiila. upon hb tafcine roach. I took a 
fcMd Will) nr, and wn foond itrveral Bag- 
kh Mid atbrrs thrrc, wliii bad rvccived tlie 
fe»tif « . ami vthn hitd the •amr cufioftity, 
r- wliirh pulBfri-- 
•u |!v dilrniniA, cither 

^x I T .' .,1 irt Ui tiim, which wa< aol 
A«U''- "..liiif;, or else to do an art 

laA coBCniy to Oir inw > nfourccuntry. and 
• •BT Mm prirt'ipU* Wp wrrr (hrinif of 
AfcnrSt fiati' I ' *i^lv in nnuihor. 

iia^i< fa aloi _ "us rtitry.tliroui^h 

Wh^ W wa* VI y^tjm i.< lake rtjncn. 1 'poii 
[Aia«Mifai|t datof lh* dof>f of thi* ronvvnl, 
■nnrfi4 hy Ike Ea<t of M#Uorl, riwr ol ibrir 
'Wf VMtolrn.lliFy had nol |[onrninny»trp« 



beforo that lord. «cein|r tu'o Eng'lish ircnUe- 
m«n of^od fumilir5and coneidrmblc estates 
in the entry, «IO|ipril (tie prctendrd Prinre, 
and in a manner pn^^ented ihem lu him. 
Whatever their tocliaationtt might be, il 
drew (hem into a difficulty, but upon this 
surprise lliey kissed his hand. We who 
wer<-' uparer to the court-jHrd made our 
retreat with Kome preeipiution, ebooeinfc 
rather to be liable to ttielr obnervation of it, 
thau (u run the ri^k of saflTcriiig nnder the 
like embarraasmetit, not knowin^but aa En- 
Ktishmen, Ihe gmeiouft complimeot migbc 
navo been offered lu ai nil. This m-bi aa 
egregious folly in Melfart, as my ancle 
aflerwardH allowed and blamed him for if, 
»ince it exposed these gentlemen, wttone in- 
clinatiuns we knew were luwnrds that court, 
and tlieir y'lBiU lo (he ambassador were only 
*uch a» decency n-fiuired : however this 
/ifMT jtat diAfOvered IbAt they had paid tourt 
to ana were ncquainted nnth Melforl, which 
otherwise niight still have been a secret. I 
cannot but observe that I afterwards sal in 
parliament wit)i one of tlicsc persona several 
yeara, bcin^ a kniglil of n pranl shirr, and 
ohoee by the high chnrch for tlie security of 

the Protestant reli^on The next 

morning Mr. Prior cnme Into my citamher 
and aftked mo bow I had alcpt aHer com- 
mitlinfr treason. I said 1 was guilty of none. 
Now, »ays be, yoo will pretend that yoa did 
not kiss bnnda at Chnrllot f I answered 
with a ffmtle, that 1 found he had good inlel- 
lif^nce. Well, says he, I know you did 
not, bat such did ; ran yon deny it f If you 
know it I need not turn informer, and shall 
ho tnulo upon Ibese interroga lories. Yes, 
Kiys hr, I know who did, and (be King will 
know it aa soon as the next courier kv\» to 
l.onilon. In a court of beggam a minister 
cnn never vrant spied, and there was nothing 
done atS(.(>«ntiniti'stha( wuslongaaecreL. 

Mr. Hopkins b.-idnflenvnrdstlitf bigh honour 
of accomptinying the nmbasvadnr on a visit 
to the Prince of (^nde, at Chantilly, and 
dem-ribes several d.tyit sojourn there." He 
H, 17(b January, 17:kV^>, in the ^nd year of 
his MRt^'; bis i^idow sun-i>cd him 3i» years, 
and d. iilU Febnmry. 170^- They were in- 
terred a( St. Mifhael's, Coventry. He wai 
#. by bis eldest son, 

KicdARP Hopkins esq. who served In 
seven suixessive parliaments for Ihe city of 
Coventry, and filled with honour iind ability 
the uo«tB of lord coinmiMiioner of (be Ad* 
mirwlty nnd lord of (he Treasurv. He rf. 
wiilMiiil isjue IHih March, 1^99. aged 
sevrnty-oue, nnd was «. by (Ihe third son of 
his aiuer Anne) bis nephew, Richard Nor- 



* Thin Kilwnrd Mopkino biiil the boooor of beJnf; 
■ppoiDl«l \rf Kinj; Winim, In* msJMRv's )m>xy 
la sBMn-er «t iIn> iMiiUAmiil font forthvinrtnt sonof 
lb« Eul of Mucbesler, (Itra amtr^Bclur in >'ninFe. 



xu 



NORTHEY-HOPKINS, OF OVJNG HOUSE. 



Ihry, wtis hu ftMiimril ihft addtllonnl «ur- 
tiftntft Bml arms ol' llorKlxn, utd is tlir prp- 
M^iit iJBUtvnant-Grticrnl Ricil.tKO NoKTHKV- 
UuriuNa, of Uving Houic. 

ytmOv of 0tttUl- 

Tb» Bimiimc or Northev U lappoMd 
(o biifc btrn lukcn froro Ngrlhy, NorOiey. 
nr NortJirwiiy, iit the counly of GUiucrslcr. 
Tlif ('nmUy brlwr* ukIiiu Itrpn liowrvpr from 
a rrtnoir era rt'iiitlcnt of Wiluhirr, nnd hit* 
riijoyi-d tlien* tin- bigbeit coaAidenuon aiid 
first lociil influence. 

8iti Edwahd Nuhthf,v. ktiL or Epsom, 
in Sumy. M-cund Baa at William Norlhpy, 
rwi. h. in UVA. wjt» M. F. fur Tivrrloa, 
IlfiOK, in I71t), 171.1, niid I7H, »iiil niior- 
tipy-geiK^rnl to her tniymty, Qurrx Amhf., 
He m. Aanc. sister and co-'beir of Sir Wil- 
linm Jollifc. and by tbat lady, wlio d. I3tti 
Aufotvl, I'-IO. hut] iMui'. 

EilM'nrd, d. in 1774. lenvtne blue. 

A\'ii.M4tt, of wlioiu prmrntly. 

Annu, n. to John, l.iml tlnymond, of 
Abliota Langtry, the lord cbirf juh- 
tiee. 

Klixaheth, rf. unm. in }7CA. 

Rrbcccii. m. to Tbomae Hradsliair, esq. 
8tr Edward Sorlbcy d. lUlb Aqk'ioI. i7'£i. 
and nas Wricd :tt ti'Honi. uhvrv tin- I'olloir- 
iiigtiriiiilirtil inm-riiiiion rrwrdfttiis nit-miTv. 
** Eilnnnltift Nortliey, rqurs nuratiiit, iicrr- 
aiMunie (iitliclmn Irriio, Aitniv, Clpargio, 
p^DCtiratoritt in citusi." Kfiipratia I'uik-Iuii iuu- 
mmm, lU'mto tolica li'^uori nun imjiAr. sine 
foitu >u»tiiiiiii, slnv i]UfrclA rclicjuit. inler- 
pres Irifum ttdus rf indi'fcuuii. Tarn lubri- 
ram prii«i»ciam rA fruit fFlicilaIr, ul nrc 
itiitMliliA grav« jn> rckC>urn, n4*c rntihiis f>nb> 
ditorum vtdf rentur pririlcf^n. Tituloa noo 
aenirl ampliurva. r&dcni solkitudine qil& alU 
ambiant obliito* n-cuMvit; non tam^D otio 
iudul;;>'rt« iriliotirsto, noD nniini viribus dif- 
fisiia, M'd olliri'intra aitlurd ili)cnitA[ns, Pa- 
mam biiiii rivitf, puiruni Atrrtuii, *iri probi, 
amici •implicifl. ui>u ftVcrUh-m morilis re- 
fMllavil; piitrcin, luiirittitti, bi'fuiti {(f'^v*^ 
alsto rum ludu d*'*iit<-ruiit Iibtri, u\ort 
faiiiuli: borAciuminfniiiiiirr-nl i»ti, (|U()ruia 
inopiic aiiblfvandiE provrnliis univrr^i drei- 
ninn ipiot niinin rro;^«il. lliii«jiin ukorrm 
duxit Aimam ftliam Jnlinnnio JnUilFf-, patrjdi 
LoiiiUneDii, famtlli uuml Siatl'urdirnam aa- 
tiquusiniA KoneroaA. lp«c inter EA^exienani 
itirpa Oriundaa: librro* tiiilicliimui, Ed* 
M-anlam. EliwWtbamrt Kcbeirfim, rrliutiil 
iiii|»rntit'«. Annttn, Rulirrln ItMyirmnd, P,t^. 
uumUi iitipum, immattiift morir pr«>i'rptain 
iU'll'-ui. Oiiiil liii- Au<4uiitj, A.o. 1733, 7'i 
aiiiton iialUM. pNlri upiinio (Julit'lmua prj- 
mr^, - " M.IV lli« v)M, 

\'< iiTMPV.rM|.of ComptoD Baa- 

Ml, 1.. ';'• ....^...ru.brld rsbttr* ■! Bov. Ilasri* 
bury, and liib librirfcr. in Ibat rounly, nnd 



Tcpres<>ntc(l Calne in parltAraptil In 171.1, 
and Woollun Haftsrt the followinz year. Hr 
Jit. lUtb ^eptembf-r. li'2\, Abiipiil. oiily 
(laugb(i*r of Sir Tlioiuna \\ eb«if r. bart. of 
Balllr' AblMfv, in Susaci, and by thai Imtj, 
wlio wrddird, secondly, $ir Cdnand llw- 
inas, ban. of \Venvoe'Caat)«, had taaae. 

I, WiLLUH, bin heir. 

II. Edward, b. in 1728, d. 30th Mar, 

lit. Tbomas, nol Inriity-onr in 1749. 

t. Anna, m. lit Jnhn WK*.il>^ • ■!). «r 
Creiiswf-ll llnll, in tlir lU- 

ford.aud iirandmoiher < i ^ !iit- 

by, M. to Edivard UrrLely Portmaa, 
ew). of UriansTon, iu the I'ouuty of 

l>DfBVt. 

Mr. Korthry d. inib No«etnb«T. 173a.a|c4 
forty-etght, vTM buried at Epamn, aod Mp- 
ceedrd by his «od, 

William Nohtiiky. i-«q. of Key Hour, 
WtllM. L L.1). F.K.S. 1i<-utetiaiit-coloncl of 
tbc cunnly inJIitin. otixi^ftli'- ^-omraiaaloom 
for tradi*. and icrrmni of (lie chamber to A'iay 
Gkoii(;f. III.* TliiitdiAtiii^ui«hrdi:ent)emaa, 
a b-adirig nnd fltNjiient nienilnTuf the OfipO' 
silion, iti the Hdiinc or<''><nmon«, diiritt|tlb* 
eventful period in which be lived. rt>prr- 
srnted Cnlnc. in 17J7 ; Mjtidjlonr. m 17^8; 
and Bf-dwin, in I77U. lie mnrrird A»»a«L, 
ilauKhliT o( till* Ki);ht nonnnnt)i|>- Co«tU 
HnrKiXN. M.P. aerri'tary ai auie for lj*- 
land, and d. in 177U. hnriof; bad, 

I. Wiuuu. of Box. in Wiltshire. M.P. 
for Newport, in Cornwall, froto ITSTT 
to thf time of bif d«cmM ta ItfSS ur 
Iff37. 

II. Edward, of Kfnlift. la Salap^ M.A. 
In hulv ordefR, one of tbc rTtTmrt of 
Windsor, b. -^-ind Ortober, 1764. w. 
3rd March. I7!M, <*bariotw, MC<Md 
rlniigbter. of the Kft. Edwvrd TWy- 
lor, of Bifrona, In Kent, andsiatrraf 
Sir Herbert Taylor (see *ol, UL ^ 
Unt), and d. fn liriH, leatini; iww. 

Edward-Kicbard. an nfflrrr ta tW 
array, and in tlir t' ^•■^■ 

loo, who M. Char! .\Jri 

of Ijrut.-nenera! Str Ucofj* 
Anwn. n.r.B, uBi-le tu |h« E«rl 
..■■ ■ ■ '■ • t 

W) Ae, capuin km 1W 

( iKi^-irciri liunrds. who iBmrrlnt 
Apie«. diu- of (ienervl Boec*l, 
anil niece of Uarus Facvl. ta 
Holland. 

rbarlolle. 

I^ry. 

RUry. 

III. HiCHftND. 



*Thw»i*vadoabt«d«ubanlt ' 
hiria; hM« offtnd a pawi fa ^ 
Guiuat IU. 



FOHTESCPB, OF DROMrSKEN AND RAVENSDALE PARK. IW 



o*. 



I. Abbc. 1 

!ti» m>tennd Mccctun. ua- 

' t)c«. the ntlditioual sur- 

Hoi'Kivs, iiutl is now 

itlMl NnHTIItT-HorKIKSt of 

rly: UtAtul4tb Ha. achrr. 
ilh Ihrcf ro«H gn. beiwe«n 
or, for IJorKi!V» ; Snd and 
r. •■ m (eag tz. brli«rrn Uirrc pnnlhcn 
II lanUt nTnloiles ir. Ino lilies (if Ibo 
M^th ft ra*« fai centre gold 8t«ni , vert, for 



NonTlii:T:quartf'rin^,Cii4UBenLf.x, Htcov, 
Ql'irUDDi-:, l>K KiHtnM, LiDHAw. THoiire. 
Vrrti* — IbI, a lower |kt hew,\ indented, 
Ar. and ^. from the baltlftnenu tlnniifit Is- 
5UBnt ppr. for llnrKiSjt; 3nd, a cockfttricft, 
flamrs iuiaaot from the month ppr. for Nor- 

THEV. 

Ettaie* — OviDg HooBc, wiUi the manors 
of WliiU'iiurch. Norlh Mnrston, mill Win- 
cbffnden, in nuckinglintnhliirr ; mu) Ihi^ 
manors of Bareton, Folcshill Allpsl^'. Sliort- 
ly, Bast Hod Hawkstead, Stoacly, and Pinn- 
ly, in Warwickfliire. 

Tovn Reriitmcr — ^OIouccstiT Placi". 

Snit — Oviiig Hoiiae, Buck a ; and Bar- 
flton Park, Warwick »hirc. 



7 



FORTESCUE, OF DROMISKEN AND RAVENSDALE PARK* 

PORTFSCUK. THOMAS, tMq. of I)romuik«n Cutis and Raveiudale P&rk, both 
a dkt cDontT of Ixiuth, If. Otb Man!h. 1615, succeeded to the representation of th« 
[fcaily opon the dvmiK of his father, the lale Colonol Chichester Fortescue, and to the 
Bh^ of the Lords CIcniutnt at tlie deccuse in 1 83^ of Sir Harr}- Guodricke. 

Sin FAiTUfi'L Fortp-.ici:e,* son of John 
Portevcu'*, eiq. of BuckUnd Fillf^tgh, in 
the county of Devon, by SuAunnii. hii« second 
wife, daucbter of Sir Jobn Uhichi'tter, knt. 
of Raleigh (»ee vol. ii. p. AW), went o»er 
to Irrlnnd in tbv bcpnnJn^ uf the rvif^n of 
Jaws I. und iDniiiiuiidpd ft rfgii*^*^"* of foot 
thrre uniler his unclf>, tlie ]ord dt^puty, Mir 
Arthur Chich«tLT, by whom be wii« knighted, 
and appointed I4tb November. 1606, jointly 
with Roger LanKTurd, esq. jjovcroMr of Cur- 
rick fcri;uB. Hv ac^ijuirt-d nlso cun»i(U>ri)ble 
Innded poMeMions. including nrnniiskni 
Castle, lyiti^ ten milir^ from l>rof;h<>dn, with 
broad and ferlilt^ Innds iti thv countied of 
Louth. Down, and ADthm. Uurtnir the 
subsequent civil conflicts of the rei}^ of 
CM^HLts I. Sir Pailbful Fortt-scne rrndcred 
e4wnlial wrvii^ lu his ill-fnt^d master, am) 
nflfT the diBMlroud battle of Worrenter, 
where with hia ri'gimenl hi? prominently 
dislinpuinhed himself, retired lo the coii- 
linfiit <>ilb CiuRLfi II. Aflcr the Re- 
•toralion he enjoyed in nn eminrul d«'(tree 
the royal favuiir, nud uiut m>\A« n gentle mitu 
of the privy chamber to bis maji'Siy. Sir 
Faithful wt.' the Hon. Anne Moure. M-coiid 
Uanghterof Gerald. Viscount DroKhedn. and 
by bff, who d. dtb Seplember, 1034, bad 
issue. 

I. CHiaiBstrn. whose only daughter 



.r 



inltiipnitid both in Fiighind 
' .I'lfucri itN oricin from Sir 
. ■ K'^l'^ni eoldi<T in Iht^ 
•i«K. mh'.i m said to b»vi- 
' hI the c«h"hrBli;d 
irlni; a sliiul sbtfld 
yt ■ ' ircuniftianrc, \\iv 

fn I shiffUl) waH added 

fe ' ■■■AUkK q\ " Forte," and 

^' p. From this warrior, 

ftnu^ A lean hin' of eminrut ]M>nionni(es, 

I Jiisi I ivalr drsL-ent Is broo^bt ilijwn In 
As presevl |i«rioil, but «s nr hncf ^i«ea 

II «vl, U. p. Ml— M7. uh<^n drtAilin^ tlif 
I^ W i>s of Fallabil and of Budland 
Mfll^a |<*»ftheAea narrative, it will now 

t> rrlcr Ibcrelu, and to continue ibe 
ai dta bnudi of the family which 
M ItvUmI. avd attained tacb iraport- 
' «■! !■ ikai pari «(f Uw rmpir*. 



• Sir Faithful Forl«ewe wis grsit-fW t -fnnd- 
MO of Witlmnt Vorw^iii*. mu). of BttttUand Fil- 
letfb, th« yoonfrer broihar nf John FortvKwr, 
ancMtnr of titf Kaku Foarucvx. nnd dirtedy 
daaeendtd ^rmt 8*r Jnhn Fortracur. I.urd Chief 
JoaUe* of F.ngbDd In IMt. 



^^Tl^S F0RTE3CUE, OF DROMISKEN AND RAVEN3DALE PARK. ^1 


^^^^^^B nod hnircM, Hliiabrtli, Hrf>i)tl<Til Sir Ri* 


Cbarlea, aeeoad Viaooantfl 


^^^^^^1 cluril (irahun, bait, of Nortoii Ci«i- 


Olerakonl* ^t 


^^^^^H yen, oikI Trau Ikl* aarrlKgc lineally 


Jamea, of JUeanaAale Park^fl 


in the county of Loatli, l(J**fl 


^^^^^^1 


for ibatcoonty.and tnemWrV 


^^^^^^H II. John, rf. iimonrned. 


of tlie privy council, aavfl 
Hcnrirtbi, elde«t daughMflfl 


^^^^^1 III. THna)As(8ir)«urr«Horlolilafit(her. 


^^^^^H IV. Roffer. 


of Th'imAi Orby HoaMtfJ 


^^^^^^1 


raq. ot'Crowland AbbuM^H 


^^^^H wuiiuD. 


LiiK-oIiishirc. and ^7^4^^! 


^^^^B 1. Lvttloi, la. lu Sir Julia Tbomai Hf>- 


17«. left bauB. -i^^ 


^^^^^^1 ndjrihi Lut of DullanUiowo, in tho 


Thomas. M. P. 4. in ITSb. B 


^^^^^^H 


WlLUAM'CHiM.ta, wbn «.■ 


^^^^^^1 II. Elritor, m. fmi. bi Tliomaii lUrnel, 


hb Kncle M —- -*'*'B 


^^^^^^1 «•(). of llallyl«ck, ia tiu> rountjF of 


ViacotniT CuUHHMrv,^ 


^^^^^H Moaagluui, md ■MODilly, la Ureut 


but dying wuhkiM, 


^^^^^^B Mooro, «9q. of UelefoaL 


the title beooM Kv> 


^^^^^H Mary. 


T1NCT, white the crtataa 


^^^^^r tv. Elisabeth. 


paaaed, under his Iae4- 


^ AUc«. 


tbip's will, to hU ne- 


^^^1 8ir Faithful'i pIdMt mirrlring ton, 


phew, Sir Harry fi>wd- 


^^^1 8tlt TilOMAii PoaTEsci'R, knt. of DromU- 


rfcke, ban. nod are 


^^^1 kcu. Ucalanant-colonel of Prince CiunucA'ji 


now poaaesMd by Tm*- 
HAS FoRTUcve. aiq. nT 


^^^B Horav Ouarda. wu reskired, after the luo^ 's 


^^^H rBtuni, I'l bit patrimonial r«lat«3, and coo- 


DnMolaken. 


^^^H atltutrd 1 1 ill Marcb, 1601 , on ihf rpsigoatton 


Maria, n. in 1791, ti 


^^^H of hi« fkllier, unrrmar ant) roiiiUiblc ofthr 


CanUin Rop«r. 
Charlolt<>, m. in 17V^ l» 


^^^B caatle of (^rrickfi-rgus. He wHaan«n*arda. 


^^^B Iwwcrcr, rriDormt from those appotntment* 


Hir Hfurv Guodrirks. 


^^^1 byTyironnel, A'injrJiHu'f deputy, andcom- 


hart of }tibsl«Dc jil 


^^^B mtltrd privonrr to DnbUn Cutle, wfarnce, 


was BWlbrr «r ^j^^H 


^^^H with many of ibr noblKty and great oAicera, 
^^^H h<* wiw rrlr-ma<*il by the victory at the Borne. 
^^^B He M. two wirM, and by w aeoood, Svtl- 
^^^B Doy, daa|[faccr of Colonel Kiogimill, bad 


Sir narry Ooodbri^^^H 


but. who inberila^^^H 


FortF«rae esCatna fli^H 


bia ubrl4*, the •«oob4^fl 


^^^^^^ two aona. nnniely, 


Viacouat Clermont. H 


^^^^^L 1 . CiiiniKsna, hi* beir. 


Eiiuly,Hi.in Iftlllnf^ ■ 


^^^^^H 11. WtUiani, o( Newragti, in the rounty 


tain CharieaOnalhn^H 


^^^^^^H of I<nulb, a diathifEiitslKnl mJIilary 


R.N. •fKeliM. ■ 


^^^^^^B oAcrr, wlio M. ill lOKl, Margarri, 


Matthew. «. 7(h N»vmI«i;B 


^^^^^^H oaly dauffhtrr of Nicholas (ieruon, 
^^^^^B rau. of Mlltown, by Eti)ub«tli. bU 
^^^^^H wife, dnaxbtrr of Matthew, Lord 
^^^^^^^ Lottlh, una rf. in 1733, tearing tnoe. 


iTatt. ■ 


John, b. 38th FehnMry. Ifltt. ■ 


Mar^taret, aa. ia 1751, loSif' ■ 


Artbnr Braofce. Iwft. ■ 


^^^^^H 1. TtloMts. of Randalctown, M.P. 


'2, O -'■--•t-- H 


^^^^H for l>uud»lk. m. Elinbelh Ha* 


a. ^: ulesaal R. N. inOl ■ 


^^^^^^B iniltiin, nUtrr to Jadim, Earl of 




^^^^^^H Clanbriuiil, and dying in Febni- 


Loath, and fteeeJif «C Pj^^^B 


^^^^^^B ury. )7(JU, aged aisbty-aix. left 
^^^^^^B four tuns and one uaithfer. vlx. 
^^^^B WtLUtM-HiNKT. M. P. for 


in.EUiabeth, danchtar af iVH 


nod had iKo auM, «ba ImA A ■ 


^^^^^H the county of Lontb. A. in 


s.p. ■ 


^^^^^^H IfU, wlto vfnacrr'ntrH FiKl 


0. John, of Wlulcralk. NC«N' «ffl 


^^^^^H OrCUHllOMT in 


llayneatowaa, tn iWdiwnak bTH 


^^^^^^1 prrviuualy obCai. 


Ama(b. ML EUMlMlk, ahUa J 


^^^^^^B Dltiea of Baivn uud \i*- 
^^^^^^B raunt ClenDont, with re> 


dnodiitr of Htasv BriUaril^^B 
cn^erCMtln Ba&h^ov^H 


^^^^^^B laainder to hi* broth'-r. the 


had innr, ^^^| 


^^^^^H Mf^i Hon. iamrs F<irtr*- 


1. Alice. ■. M Qmtw V>^faM.| 


^^^^^^1 r«e. Lord Clenooal ■>. ia 


— - - ^r ■* ■ - - fc ^H 

3. Kwy, m. ^Ukm FmMt. w^M 


^^^^^H 1792, Frattcea, elde«i d«ttgh- 


^^^^^H larof Colonel John Mnnmy, 


aiHaimg. m 


^^^^^^fl of the eomity of Mocuchaa, 


Sir TboMas Faftt«c«s 4. im 1710, a|^ ■ 


^^^^H but dviAg «. p. in 1800. wa« i 
^^^^^H t. by hii nrphaw, WilUaiB* 


ninety, and wna «. by Ma alder ma. H 


CuiLAUTta FokTcacvt, ca^. of Draaaa- ■ 



FORTESCtE, OF DROMISKEN AND RAVENSDALE PARK. 137 



miwo r X vf Ji rrKiincni of Foot, who 
• troop nf dnicuna* nt bis own ex- 
pM», 4i>4 narchpil nilli ihvtn into tbr city 
•f Lwi4oB<fiTy ilarinc l)ir conflict IM-Inppti 
iURaaad WtlXlAM fir m. in IiJK), TuilrH- 
«m4, dMqclner of FrnoLU lUll, pm). Mud 

I TH4«4*. hh bfir, 

57 J n.^ V: .-(Boltun, esq. of 

K I' :) of Luiitli, bw- 

y~;kn- (u iir i iici>[>iiitu« Itottun. Ar<"!i- 
bbbop of CMlUft, kml (J. in 1740, 
bavtef I- ■»■' -rhi.h.'Bter 
BrfhiB ' Ml), nnd ouu 

kuwblrr,.- ^..;vi,., w. toTbtro- 
»Ulu Stiii«r. r»q. 
ttriHtr, «i. Id 1707. to Thomas Si. 
[«fcr. CMi. 
tttoe, M. to tha RcT. Tboau Tbdall. 
M. 
Forfnoi* wu «. at bU dvcciuc by 
r worn, 
itin«i« FiiHTvri'n, cpq. nf T>rnmiskeu, 
j «laMpott*ed, in S< << 1716, Anne, 

rfint ^■■Klk'M' of •' - >>> ***l- of 

llotpaMLi'- ><i toutb, Rud rf. 

)M Mai ■ - (wo wM nod u 

^■(Mrr. «i£ 1 ii<> ■•<•>■ L>i, bis beir: John, 
L !• 1719; «im1 Aaafi wbo d. uumarrinl. 
TW al^r MWi, 

CntcnKstTft FoRTciiriT., e*q. of Droniii*- 
L^, i. Atk Janr, ITlil, M*rvcil »« bigb hIkt- 
rtf of Down io 1744. autl rvpnrwuliHl tht^ 
W » Met) ■•TTrlin In Mir',<:.in. nt, Hi- w. I'tli 
Af-' Wl-llffl|.-y. 

rfir>i : Lfinl Mur- 

I ^glbn, *mi «tut( of AiUiw, Duke of Wcl- 
la^M. by whom (wbo 4. Uciobcr, 17.V2) 

fi. TnMiAt, hu li#tr. 
t! Rirt.jr.l ' -".[i. d. in 177-1. 

Ml ' tux I. kul.i. 7lb Junp. 

17>iAI. «pp<'mi<->i juui m)itMin K.N. 
S*4 NovamlMr, ITWi, ud commis- 
ifalpd kj mtr ndmiml 6Ui March, 
I t7M: t. Ilia brnthrr. Oenilil. lu 
(TWirr KiOK of Aruui. »n<^ iln "-i.i>.ii> 
t P Kl rrd tlif butiusr of ■ 
!!«■ had i>mi<>>i»lv aai in 
far dw 



ckMlrr T 

cb»-Abi: 
>oa«*. r- 

tU4Bcy, bu V- 1 
f>bila> $b*<r. 

("l.irl,f'»ttr. 

I.'M. 



fi. 



Trim, isir (^bi- 

■vh. 1791. Fniti- 

' r of Duvid 

■11 MFitb. by 

r of Thvo- 

liifl d«ceMC, 

'.A*Ut November, 



t . I -■ . Srdl. 

t*. AtnUL h. lull Kmraiber. I7A1, 
•fpaiakJ tn«irr King uf Ariai In 



April, 1787, but d. 271b October fol- 
lowiuif, lea^in^r by Etizabetli, bfa 
wife, daufrbtpr of Alexnnder Tew, 
fwi. of llie city of Dublin, one aoo 
and onr dau|$hlor, namely, 
TMoMAti, Uit! civil comniiwioner at 

l>elbi. 
Anne, m. to Williaia RiirhArd 
Hopkyns Nortbey, c»q. of Suf- 
folk L^nn.Cbellrnbani, mu aud 
h«tr of LieutfRaiit-Klfiipriil Nor- 
tbey-Hopkins, of Ovtog Mouse, 
Buckfl, and bas iMue, (eee page 
119). 
I. Eliubetli.m. 10 William John, Mar- 
quis of Lotbiiin, grondtnOtbvr of tb« 
prfaent maniuis. 
Mr. Fortescue d. at Danj^an, lOtb July, 
1767, W8« buried at Uromiakoo, and ». by 
bi» videst aoii, 

Thomas FoRTE»ct'E, OM. of DromiakcD. 
b. I»I May, 174-1, M. P. for Trim, wbo w. 
finil, in 1770, xhv Hon. Mary Pakcnbam, 
daug:litiir of Thomas, finil I.iord l^ngford, 
and by h«r, who d. iu 1776, had one son 
nod two dauKblers, viz. 
Chicbestrr, tl, younif. 
'Eliziibi-Ui, (/. unmnrrird. 
Anna-Muriu, m. ISib Jiinunr)', 1(M>3, tw 
W. P. IIii\ton, f>M|. of K(!dhoiiiu>, ill 
the county of Ijoutli, barri»ter-nt-law, 
undM.I'. forArdtr. 
Hp wpdded secondly, Mhtk <lati)>liler of 
EdwanI Nicbolsoo, t-sq. bv Hrnrii-tlJi, bli* 
wife, dnngbtor of Rulicrt l^Hiidford, ea«}. of 
L'u5ilen>a, in Iht! rouiity of Kosi-omraoa, ami 
l^raaddaugblfr of tba Earl of lAcliiquiii, 
and had iaro«. 

Cbicbester. bis bclr. 
Harriet, nt. VHh NoTembor, IHI3. to 
the Right Hon. Gcoivo Kiio.x, 6nb 
aon of Viacount Nortnlnnd, and d. 
2lat January', IHKI, leaving iMue. 
.Mr. ForteHcue d. io 177i), and waa i. by bid 
only »on, 

ClIKIIL^TLH FoRTKBCl'E, e»<i. of Dromi*- 
i.rn }j. liih Auguiit. 1777. M. p. for llilla- 
ii, iiikI Iicut<-nniit-i:olonelof tbif IaiucIi 
ivbo tn. MNrUia-.\n);<'l, daugbUT of 
.Samuel HobMli, esq. of ibe city of Watcr- 
foril, barriat«r-at>law, and chuinnau of thu 
county of Cork, and Icfl at bi» decease, 
with other imqc. n son and aurceuor, the 
precvnl Tl(ow,\s FoHTMClc, esq. of l>ro- 
miskeu and RaveuMlale Park. 



Armt—\t, a bend engrailed arg. coliafd 



or. 



Cml — A tiger ppr. maiied and created. 
AfoMo^Forlc scnliini »aliu) ducum. 
£af«fei— Id tlic county of Loutlt. 
■Sffl**— DromidVen.and RavenadalcPark, 
both in itie county of LouUi. 



138 



BROWN, OP BRANDON. 

DROWN, WrU.IAM, eM}. of Brandon, to tlie county of Winrick, tad of Kuh- 
nooil Hilt, in UiA roDutjof Ltincutcr, &. 4ih Miy.l784,m. Itt January. 1810. Sarkb, 
uAU^r of Willium Ctihua, esq. of Boltymcna, in the county of Anlrtnif % rotf^ntrmi* «f 
Otut ihire, nnd litui imhc, 

AlkxanOER, h. t3th July, IHIfr, ftudent of ibe miitrraity of Oxronl. 

Uracv, m. 16lh NovtfmWr, 1S31, to Jnhn HargrriTcv, rK). or Broad Oak, and 
on« loa nnd one daugblrr, viz. TttumHs IlargrcaYCB, i. 'iltl Dpvcsibrr. 1(03,1 
Sarah Hanrrravcft, b. Ul June. IKM. 

Thb gttotleRHUi, one of the moit eminent merrhant* of Uverpool, b an aldanuu 
that borough. 

Imtagr- 

Grace-Aon. 
Eltcabeth - Jo b naton. 
Jobti. A. 3l9t M»y. 17SA. ■. 
lub^lta Patrick, nod bii« iaior, 
Alexander, i. 13tli January. IAI&.] 
Gritcf. 
Mr. Jobn Brown, raarriad. aeeoaflyj 
P(h 8eptembtT. 1($33. Hba Gi 
Ilruw n, himI bai by tirr twu JaogblarH] 
ttr*. Kosc-^nn and Mary. 
Janie#,&.4tlt Frhraarv. ITVl.ai. Loai 
Kirklkiid, .ind ti<u iMur. 
Geon^e-ilAvinoo, b. aSck Ai 

lt»l. 
Janir»-Alexandcr, ft. 

I«3. 
Wlltiani-Bvnedicl. A. 

1B25. 
Sarah. 

Mary-Louisa. 

Marirarel. 

Mr.JmuM Brnwa married. arfModlyJ 

Htb >;c|il8mbrr. tH;ti \I,»ria 

aud haa Uy li- - iimrfir 

lluuter, and ov- „ , Mkrta- 

Brtiwn dird in UtilUmotv. 6tb A| 

IKM, iinil naa auccvrdrd by hia ridral 

the (■rrs'iit WiLlUM Biiutiv, rv\. of Bn»> 

don, in Wur«i(-Lftliirv. aiwl of Rich^Ha4 

mil, Lancaabirr. J 



1/ 



i>^ 



WitLtAU Brow<i. of the county of An- 
trim, bad thrt-f arma. 

Joito. of Ihc city of London, insnraaoe 
bmLrr, H. leaving two i-blldrrn. a 
aoo and ilaugbb'r, who botli bavn 
fa ml lira. 
Al.R\t\nr.n, of wbom prifWDlly. 
Kirwart. of Ballimun*, in'Tcbont, wbo 
murrird Iwicp, and bad iaaue by both 
wirif. 
TboMVonil aon. 

Aifiixofa llHiiwN, vaq. leavinit bin na- 
tive country toHHftU ihr clow of th« year 
181MI. )idil<^(l aa a p>ntTal mvrrbant at Italtl- 
mare, in Maryland, and awo^uatrd with bim 
hU four aoi)», wbom be bait arnl la Knjzlaiiii 
to br educalrd. Mr. Brnwo marrirrl I'lb 
Jnni-, t7H3. Gnu.-*-, dnugbttrr of J<ibn Dnvi- 
Min, raq. and had iMiir, 
WU.II4H, bia heir. 

OeorifT, *. 17ih April. 1707, nttw rcaiJ- 
ing in Baltimore, n. L7tli Ucccmbrr. 
1818, laabvlla MaeUnigan, and hu 
iiaae, 

Alrxandrr-Dnvlami, A, 3l>th Atav. 

IW3. 
OrarKr Stewart, i. 7lh May, IKM. 
laabeUa. 



13U Ai 



Mr 



Armi — tiu. a clirv, or. briwven Iwolkia/ 
ntnba incbiRf arn- and four baDdacon}d4»r4 

in (i)i»c ofil ' on a chief "ntrailid.! 

gold, in >-n^ . il M. 

i'irjit—\ ..,.„ n i;..it.li rrert, and 
arg. huldiup a hand )>pr. 

j1/ffl(o— Kal Concordia fratraBi. 

L'rtairt — In the coiiutfra of Laaeaater i 
Warwick. Tbclonlaliip of Brawloa. ■■ 
laltrr •hire, waa rewatJjr parr*, 
ibr Man^uia of Hl»iin^ hy 
Browil, raq. 

Sttt — Kichioond IliU, iMar Lif«rpoel. 



139 



BULLOCK, OF SUIPDHAM. 

T>HNA. CATHERINE, MARY, and SUSANNA, of Shipdham, 
itj of Noriblk ; ao Mtato which, with other Inads in Uie same shire, they 
u a>-ttr.tiL» It tii« d«cMw o( their father, the Kov. Colliv Btillovk. 28th Sep- 
1817. Tb« yuubgwl co-heir. Slhanna, m. '20th Jane, 1820, the Itcv. Wil- 
Giauvo, of S^miag. in Norfolk, a magistrate of that county, and has issue, 
WiLUAU Geruso, i. itk Notemher, 1825. 
DinuA Gerlitig, 
Mary OtrUitg. 

Miss Mary Fleade. luid died 8th February, 
1740. H^«-d Bixly-four, kaviog three loiu 
and tni><lHu^'h(cr«. 

I. Tii'iiiAS, hisbeir.orwltomprtseiitty. 

II. Colhy.in liolyonliTA, rectorofShip- 
dliaiii. who m. EllEabcth (Khe d. ». p. 
7tli Febmary, ITOlt) d»iiKhlcr and co- 
htircsa of the Itev. Thomas Town- 
ahend.t reclor of Tacolncston and 
Shipdham, by Elizabeth, daughter of 
the RrT, Saiiiovl Ncrdhnm,^ re<«or of 
West Bradenhnm, Nurfutk,andf:tfiter 
and aole hein^ss of the R«t. Peter 
Ncedham, I>.0. rector of Stanwjek. 
Northoniptonahire. The Rer. C^jlhy 
Rulkiekc/. 1. p. Itilb NoTtimber.lHtH. 

III. Rulwrt, died an iofanl, tfth May, 
1730. 

I. Mary, m. Edward Sharpiii, M.T). of 
Tranxhnm, Norfolk, and had iaiue, 
1. Edward Sharpin, in holy orders, 
m, Ann, daaghter of — Taylor, 
esq. of LyiiD, and had issue. 

S. Mar>-Sbarpio.iK.fir8t,toGeorge 
HoKge. esti- o( Lynn, and bad an 
only child, Tli'imas Uogge. died 
lllh April. I7H1, aged eleven; 
«ecoiiilly,loJtiinf-(tHewelt,(-iU).of 
Holt, Norfolk, who rf. j. p. :KKh 
March. 17^. She rf. 21st July. 
IBIB. nyed »eventy-five. 
3. SoMunii Sharpin, m. the Rev. 
Stephen Allm, minister of St. 
MnrKnrrl's), Lynn, nod rertar of 
WjcLinere, and had iuue. 
Dr. Sharpin it. 'J7th December, I7l^i, 
wtird serenly. 
tt. Uiiuin. ni. to Henry Loflus. (■»«]. nf 
Sni'k«'ille-»IrL-vt, Dublin, nieiiihcr in 
th*i Irinli I'ftrliameni for Ffth.ird, 
Ilv. They hotli di<>d in l7i/'2, hnving 
li«d itear. 

I. Thoma4 Loflus. esq, M.P. m. 
Ilary« diug^ter of the Rev. Dr. 



Om l-iOi of n«MKT VI, MiDO 1494, (be 

«f JoHM Bt'ii ' icwr*. »muii|f 

tvtar««d ai of Norfolk, 

s iH* yn»r t'^i 7 iu-.i!.- i ,I.iii\ 

Wbo ■ ' . i-'.l. r.r-' \ M.' ,■. [i'h 

■ ■ r/. .\„,J„ik). 

i^Hlham, died 

: -uft succeeded 



n. 



MM V 



J!«7. 



>., <«q. of ShIpilhAm, ifho 
rideal dau^htrr and <-.o heir- 
LlrMTfllin, evq. an nldcmniui 

t ealy of LAndoo, by whom, who died 

i^r»lirr. I6KI, hr lt*4] ihri'v fous and 

laNckfar.* vit. 

- TMmi »■, of Shlpdhata, eldest son and 

». f. i7no. 

«, of BteoKioo Hall, of whom 

wbo left an noly child, Ro- 
W. «.p. l7Ui. 

m. flrit to John L*jie. Mq. 

<ti> ' ''■' ■" ■" .mil, ne- 

'e, esq. 
p I iiii .11 11 . I i<3i.t. 

vmA flOM, 

■«■ filUOCI. of filCBSUIt U&ll. M. 



lo mmmitA m Ibmtmlwr. nt9, to th» 

f af fir TImw CoIVy, tan. tii> nnly win 

r «f CtoiMlk. 1W mtooA duuliter and eo- 

«f k\ammm M^mlSn. Ht dud soih 



I A.I. " ' --.fTSmnof.llfthaonofSir KojfBT 
T'lWn itB«ii)jiim. 

; A I . r tJiP fwnilv of Npe<lhNin. \'i*. 

couai Kilffitfir, not* cnated lEarU of Kiimqiy. 



130 



DULLOCK, OF STUPDHAM. 



PalliKr, af P>riuicr Park. Rath- 
fAmliam, routiljr of Ihihlin, tm\ 
H I. p. 'i4l]) JiinuMn , \'V2. 
t, Willinm Loftiir, (((.■iifrnl In Ibr 
arm;', colont-ltjClhrTnil l>rii|;oan 
(lunrds, itnrt liculrnnnl of llic 
Tuwcr uf l^ndriu. Hi- m. (imt, 
Nareitri-t. daufthtir aixt r«-li>>ir- 
fM of M. Kiii^. rfq. of I.UM1I1, 
in llir vuuutv uf Dublin ; and 
wcondlf , L»<[,v Elizaberii Town- 
^cml.qaii.ofarurge. fini Mar< 
qaeMTowD>li»nd ; unci IcfiiHiip 
by bold marmi^ra. (■rnftml 
Loflut tl. l&lh July, 1831, iged 
riRhty. 
S. Arlliur Lofhu. in holy oMcm, 
m. Ellrn, djiu^litrr of Sir Duke 
ftifford, butt, fif ('a«(U< Jurdon, 
coonty of Meath. He d. in 1 "Wl , 
Icarinj; tfarrt- sons. 
4. I>iiitin I^oftn?. dird voatig. 
(Str Lorri'A */ A'tibrtdye, voV i. p. 212). 
Tbe etdrtt ton, 

THOHAt Biux>cx. p«i]. rrinded nr Ilmx- 
bum Hull, «iid suci'fcdt-il lo tlirpftUti'v. H" 
m. Cndieriiie. diiuifhttr nnd note hcirng nf 
Jobn Biirnry, e6<\.* of Lynn, by bin fir»t 
wifr, Cntbt-nDe. »pcaud diiugbtrr of (ieorffe 
Towiiibcnd. e»4]. of WrrOinm. by Muy, 
dnugbter nf Sir RoImtI U«lduck.-t knL iid 
bfircM of bt-r brother, Koberi U«ldock, esq. 
Mr- Bullock died in N'av-«aibrr. 17IW, Icov- 
Lsg four wiif uud lhre« dungbten, 

I. TboHia*. (J. no infanl. 

II. Plrwi-lyn. di<-d unnarri«l. 

III. Coi.nr. in holy i>rd«fa,ort»lKi;nprr- 
M'tiily. brir to tbe TawnsbrndB uf 
H'rvtbjifn, nnd alao t« Ilai:qiir*iltp 
Bncon. r»4(. of Horkbam, tbirtlM>iiDf 
Kir Nirholna Uncoil, bnrt.^ 

IV. Tliomn*. m. CnUicrinr, danKhtrr of 
— Morrtt, FMj. 

I. CstfaerJne, died iinmarnrd. 

II. DUaa, n. the Kt-r. Heury Lloyd. 



I (Sm limiU ^ Baldocs : BuMwvnLs'* ]V*rw 
>M). Sir H<£mBddo«k.kBt.«. Mary, daifb- 
i«r and co-ber of Ba«qavrilk Bacon, tbint aoa of 
60 N'irbolu Uacoa. ban. nf It»d|[nv<>. Suflblk. 

Rlehuil lUliWk, of Nf>cl*tuii. owdmI a ifiwd 
aatata la itUH and In lAR.I. .tir Robart BakJuek. 
koL. waa >|>|Ki«dtad kiuit'a M>nr*atit, bjr pa)aiii.afMl 
batiqt an adivM mwi in king .'t«tJi 11. ■ tim*. lur 
<*ai nnaof (h« Ktnjc'* rfninkul at tli* \n*\ of lb* 
avfMi MilK>[>i, in l6ntl. Id tti' (inii- y«ur >■•• «■»• 
mada a«« of tba jmltrn* nf ih* Kiujt'a llrark. 
S<r Rvbart built a booMP nl>mlTarn|jD<u>a Mall. 01 
M^bithbvfwaMlvd. (-W TawJnnlvnparbA, lliowii- 
ri*i ii'i ^•rflrfJ[. fol. ut. } 

i Itia BUptbar waa aoki iHiraai lo bt^ rraMA 
Mtfwballi. dwifbtar of tU ilrt. 1 l»m>a> Ivwa- 
Jtm4t anil wUk of bta unci*. tb« Bwr. (.'nlbj Bui- 
loek. TKtor af Siiifidhsii. ,(Am TowKnoju a^' 
K'f«lA««i and Wm4ty»mg). 



third Mtt of Gay Uojd, M^l 

<-ouniv of KoacoaraoD. She a 

I7i)i Jnly. I«3&. an^ rishlyw 

III. Elixabetb.M (brRrr.J«b« Bi 

reclor of Seaming;, Nnrlolk. all 
phew »f ihr ftrvl bttmnet of tllar I 
She d. t. p. »ttb \pnl, l7fiU, 
forty -flrr. 
Tbo third aoB. 

Thk Kev. COLBT Bt'LLOCK. ■>f 
who aui-ceedfd lo (hal and otkeri 
Norfiilk, vn* a magialrate and di 
Irnaiii of thai roiiiity. He ai. 
dntighler of <'apel Urvh);lor, vaq. of I 
ham, wboM> molhrr wna Elizabelb. 
and co-lieirol(»oorj(e Uf-delLMnj. •m 
risinr, Norfolk, a drKendnnl of (he I 
of Sir r^ii^l Bedell, harr. of llanll* 
abirr. Tbr> Rev. t^olby Hullnck 4. 
Kr|it«mber, lltl7, leavihf; four danghl 



I. DtlKA. 1 

III. M4nY. [ " 

IV. SuMnna. J 



his c**heirk 



Arm* — <!nlea brMrteM a cbrr. 
bulla' beads nboabvd »t%. ai 
lerly witli Hrn^CT. TawmaHMiD, 
B^roN and KLrnELvy. 

JbVrar^#— Norfotk. 

Stat — Sbipdbam. 



C«toiif|«iib flf UliflWa 
Sir Rofirit TnwK«iiitMo, kai.eC] 

jud^ in (he Coroinon Pl^ai. kl 

IJlLMY Vtl. (condJiutod by Hi 

and the patent renewed I't lltvi- 

Ann, duui;blrr and co 

Breua, of WpBham, in 

folk, by whom b« bad sis aooa an 

dauj^btera, vii. 

I. Ko^rt.d.i.f. in I&&I. 

II. Jnits, anppktur of riw 
gi If T(m\»Mi:%D. 

Ul. Itobrrt. aoceator a( tW 
of Itrarkmaab. Norfolk..! 
lira of ><l>n>|tabirv muA 
abire. 

IV, Georftv.wbo bv IbadABflilvr 
Rjvbard Thuralo'n. Ltti«fak a^M 
London ia 1619, had iM«a 1 

Rvlea. 
T. I'HOHJt.anrfalurorflia 

vfTeaienon and Hi 

prrsrnlJy. 
VI. tjyiea. 

I. Tbomiufo. m lo SEr Tkki 
bou»e. knt. of Kimbcriy. 

II. Ann, m. lo Ralph CaatdL * 
Rnvtuihgham. {Sm Buiaani 

in. m. Xa Pbtlip CrcaMtto 



of Aulebuyb. 



BULLOCK, or SIIIPDHAM. 



131 



IT. SaM».B. loSir Edward Windham, 
V. » "^ir Hcfiry Beding- 

frli. . kill. Ill i>\Mii|^b. 

vt. I'tiknoirti. (Iti.t>oHriKU», vol. i. p. 

i:»t '-"^ ' M. UK*.) 

Tii»w ' ' Nn,t'«|. tbe fifth son of 

iW iLnir,' ' Ti'^ii-rlon. ni-iir FaLeii- 

fIiiuk)iI<t of Jobn 

'■ ■ ^ I If, *'«»llrncrf , in 

te oomty oi Noiiolk, by whom be had a 
mmamd. bur. 

TlHtMAV Tow^siiEND. i*tq. who fuocredcd 
Ua ra4l>*>r *t T«->(frb>n. and m. Eltzab«Ui, 
moadd^ UirhardCHllyi),*MT|{vnnl 

ttkaa, u: _iiani, aud twd i»su» two 

MM. 

I. TIkmbu, hit bvir. who auccvoded 
•1 T<iitrr1oa, w. Eltznbelh, dAujjb- 
Irr n/ Richard Timpcrlcy. cNi. of 
Krvllraham, in ibr nmnfy ofSuirulkt 
BMihailaiUu. |><)rolli«, M>lr lieire-Mt. 
Bba ai. Thoiun* Utnlm^l^ld, em. and 
ind a aoo. who auccreded to the Tea- 

II. '• I cfttt.iroMlirTuwoshfnda 
vi --. M>tllL-d lit Crnnwiirlh, 
aMJ m, Kf«i>t-rt,dau)rUtrr of Kdinnnd 
bacon, of llt-sM-l, ill ibe ruunly of 
SafulL. by wbuui. wbodi(>il l!if|>lr<m- 
ber, iCMtf, and waa buried ai \^ re- 
Ibam. be bad twg aons, 

1. Thouas. Ilia beir, uf whom pre- 



.^ heir of G«or^ Town- 

.iit\i, 4-«i|. of Wrrlbam. 

•xtSuly, IttHi, and 



* S«|pHM C«Jirn bad ifaraa aooa and tfana 

1. Aaa* C'«tlni. au to Thmaaa Dvra&aai, of 
Wm( PiaWhaia. aMr Dowaboa Mack(4. 

lb ElMikaCh. akto Iboaaa lawnaband, pniL 
^raaiatim. 

n. l^Uiai.ai.W WinMDGvyboii,Mq.ofFiii* 

• TWum MLciaitt ^Torfolk fHnily. Sit WaJt«r 
te fUn ■»•» U(ut« in lluj, tu TluiMiu, bu xmi, 

by dM*t. MMi ttiif*. to tbp Rumli* at <**»- 
a«l Sk WlMm lloo, ItnL of ^caniu>K, 
Aliaa^ iliitlli r and bMnw ofTboniat t>i. 
■d iad taalM ibffM aoiia. 



wai buried ai Wretbam. He boil one son 
and oiip dnuf;ti(crt 
George. 

Eljzalii-ili. m. In Jobn Jermyn, eiii. of 
Enut Trdfuhftin. 
flia aoti and )iHr, 

(■EiiRoi!: TowMfllievD, c«q. of Wrrtham. 
ni. lir^t, 8ara)i, dnutililcr of Jiisbuu Orefii, 
voq. ufECakl llrndriili.tm ; wlncli Indv ti.Ji.p. ill 
ICtliT. Hi- ninrrii_-d, i»i'C'>»dly. Mm y, daugh- 
ter of Sir ItfilxTi llal<lr>(-k, kiit. oiiv of th(^ 
jitititiMi ill Ihi^ Kiu)::'» Ut-ncb. hy Miirv, dnu. 
and hcirt-H oi Uacqiii-vilW Bhcom. <'»<). of 
HocLlinm. third atm of Sir Sicbolii* llucon, 
hart, of Rtdgravr, and hpirris lo ln*r bro- 
Iber. KnliiTl nnldock, ewi- who di<?d in 
Iflya. H_v ihb aecond marriAge Mr, Town- 
abend bad' iuue two aona and liircc dauKh- 
ters, riz. 

I. Horace, in holy order*, d. t. p. 

II. Tbomna, in holy orders, reitor of 
TttL-olnfttun and Sliiprlham. lie mar- 
ried Elizabciti, daughter of the Kev. 
Sftinut^l Needhara, rettor of West 
llrndetibHtn. sole beireHf lo her bn>- 
Iber. ihe Uvv. Feler Needlmni, D.D. 
die fir*l (jrecinii of bis d«y, rector 
ot StAnwieb, Nortbanijilunftliire, by 
whom he bad thiee daughters, bia co- 
beint, 

1. Ei.UEASETH.m.totheRer.Colliy 
Bullock, aRerwards rector of 
Sbipdham. 
3. SopMU-C4TiieaisE. 
3. Fftf CIS. d. unmarried. 
The Rev. Mr. Towttshend died 33rd 
February, 17ft4, aged ciRhty-iwo. 

I. Mary. m. lo Tboni«a Trenier, c*q. of 
Lviiii. Norfolk, and had a daiif:hter, 
^fftry Cremar, fole hetreaa. who mar- 
ried Mt. Rymes. She d. i. p. 

II. CATHEJii!.E,of whom preacMlIy. 

III. Frances, m. (lie Rev, John Echiu^. 
She tit. p. 

Catherine Towoahend, the aerond dauf^b- 
ter of tieofTie TnwnAhend,rKi. of Wrelhani, 
by Mary, daughter of Sir Robert Bnlduck., 
kilt, of THcoIn»lon. m. John Rprnrv, e»i|. 
of Lynn, and hnd a dAURhler, Ciitlierine. 
aole fiPirrw to the family of Town^hend. of 
IVrelU/im. She m. ThomuA Rullock. epq. 
of lliiiKh»m Hall, the (crnndfatber of t\te 
pmetil co-)ieira of Shipdhain. 



13*2 



HEBEU, OF HODNET AND AlARTON. 

IIBBER, MARY, of HfHln»t Hall, In the cmmty of Stlop, u>d of Marten Hall. 
Criren, Yorkvltiro. lutceedefl hor »ldf>ftt brother, Ricbard Hnbcr. eitq. <ll}i OrtAb»rf 
I8:i3. m. 'l'2ail Jitup, lfi^'2, lh« Her. Charles Cou-pcr Cholmondvlcj, rucu>r of H«d> 
ript, c>l(lr»t M*n of (^hnrlo« (_'hnlmnnclclpv, p»i\- of Overleigh, aod BCplww of Thoni 
pretent Lord Uclnnicre, nnd bv that gf ntleman, who d. in 1831, baa four sou, : 

TlJOMAS CHULMOhDELKY. b. in 1*23. 
ClinrlD* rh'>lm«ndv)«>y. h. in Itfid. 
Kr|;iii4lil ('liiiliiiiiinlrlry, /'. ill ilf'2n. 
Hit'liurd-llugh ('holinoiiilrlirT, b. in ltf.W. 

poaaesacd of land at Ki-^tlipley. at»d at Bl»«1 

W»r»t Mirtnii. in Cravro, whcrr br died ib 
IMH. His (?ldMl w>o, 

Reijnalk Ilrera. stirroedrd lUv. 
mnrrml, in I.ViN, Annr, ilauichtrrof Joliai 
MnHiolmt^, of Kl>larh. lli« itAmr a(ipM«i 
in Uit? rflurn «if llit |irp 
the Wem KidinK m ll 
when be <-itti.-rfd hi» ll'1ll^;l•' - itr 
pnjpriftor of tlip r>tilr» al H ral asd 
Murlim, lani of tbp nmnirr. nnd {ntrai 
titf ndtOM-Aon. Ilf |)un luitcil ol his kiaa- 
maii. Ilrnry d'An-y, rm. lu the arfealk 
year of lilixulirih, thr catatr and maaoraf 
8T4l!iTu>,iind wii»poi^«!iuH ofconiUi: 
Undrd (ir»|tFrty in Hiirllitt|rtoti, Yai 
Ayrtoh.Skiittijii. U'iiKr(irId.iinilLo«c^ 
Ion. Hr din) Itlh \oTrmlN-r. Iim. 
wiiai buried at MArlnii. IfU Km, 
Ilrbcr, d)in|r in hi* tifrtlmi-, all bm 
deacrnded to bin );r million, 

TllOMAi Hlblh. born il Martoa, 
June. 1668, who li*i.'d durinr hit 
thcT*s lifrtitnr nl ^tninUm Hall, asd I 
Id Mnrlon in MIUl). Ilr ««« a j>t*(k« i 
pcair in Ihi- r<-i|;n of Jimm |. Ha 
Klinorif, dHURhirr of Thomaa Karraarf, 
of r'arlton, and d\in){ at Maitoste ISOfl 
WAS succeeded by aia elilrst aoa, 

TliuNtA HtDra, Justice of tb« psi 
the n-ien of rutin I ft I. wUo iBarrM 
dnughlff of .Sir Williiun Unrtlirr. af 1 
Ion, l nud ivns buried at East MariBB JMb 
January, XOOU. Ht vaa maectvSM hj M«, 
son, I 

THDMift Bun, vaq. wbe marhtd Ikil-j 



f- 



The HtBl-Rn take lhrirn«li)e from n plnce 
In Cmtrn nillvd llnybrrgh. wherr Ihe 
enrtledl of Ihrt fnmlly nre «iiii[>o«mI to hntr 
riaeit. The oldrat trAdilitNi refr'ni to Eh- 
xi'Lriir* lit lltvnL'Nijii, of Saxon dcs- 
rrnt. liviuR tonurtU the end ofthv tweinh 
cvutury al Miliivthorp<.-. in the imri^h of 
SAiidalc. Hi»deM;endnuu aceni lu liurc con- 
linueil there as geiitlemrn nf very •mall 
fortune for six gfnerniiuns. intcrniarryiuK 
nilh respectable fitiulliei lu Ihe north u( 
Ell); la ltd. 

In um, 

Thoh4« HciaiHC. Rani, is mentioned by 
Dodiworili. he lived at Adwalton In Crarfn 
in 14(13. tMii brt^ihtr OsMuld bud n com- 
mlMitxt i') the I>ukf itf Ynrk'a rtrmt. and 
was stain Al (lie iMtlle (if WsLt-tirli]. ' Tho- 
ina« died at Ke>theley, tn 1-UlO, and was j. 
by his bun, 

Tkousr ilUMM, born in UTS, who wat 



* Reiftnatd H«bpr h»il ta albetal rotiilim* of 
th* Mkmiu% Mltu from li>* lltrsld- ( oUe^. .M<rr 
111, tft99. «i(BPd by l>»tli«li aiiil Csmilm, tUnu- 
max, axpnady wfcopwMirinx ih« ssmI anns to 
bsvs batfi hamm by svreral fonu»r |«a«fatiaM of 
Ibp llebOT rsmiJy, lii> ■neMbin : 

Afwm—V^ny'^t feM, auw at ipibs, a boi 
rMttfisiit or, ao a deziar chief point a ciaqnafbil 
srgaoL 



ffMi — Ruaaa oat af a docd cwobm wr 
hnu\ Biul aboahuna prapM- in praCla, wtmmi. tr. 

JU«{t«— Ptmi i'sMinaiiilir. 

I JaBe,<laBgfcw>afTliM« n»6f. nMriid 
IWr, TboMas Liatar. mt^. ml An ill til in la. 
M>tDrof thsUrd* KlbhJawlala. «f GiihurB* Pttk,| 

t »iiWiUiBntofnW.anBclalaii,M 
ilw ilarU l.oi>adsla. 



HEBER, OF HODNirr AND MARTOS. 



133 



loT Sir Jntin Vtnmti'^ftn, of 
(liril ID HkiS, |pnvln][ a nun 

Ti> ' I nrn. bfiru fo 1643. who mar- 

rimllt«l>rfiea,dAO£hU'r of Sir Kobrrt Miirk- 
ham* Imt. of ttnJfcrbr'Jokc. Liiicilniliirr-. 
•mi WM Wrlcd »l Mviiuii 3r>I Ucecniber. 

mim. Hi* «M, 

Ilr Uirn at Ynrk in U>7A, 

liatrr. dauRlitcr of Sir 

.. Lart. of Brnniptun, and 

) lartuo in 1716. truvirit; « ton 

t** nrnrn, h. in l(V>7, wlio inlicritrd 
Isd* ■■' '■■- -■ -«tor> at Ynrgrarp. Arn- 
cUVf. aa<' He nmh a deputy li^u- 

»» — il ftr. ..t (I..' i»'ncv f'jr the 

Wv«t R. mangra of 

BM4 B^'t 11, nnrl Hart- 

Hac-i u in i;-^i, F:ii/)llri<t)l, 

f4ar-' I iin Ailii'Xiio.of Alher- 

■m* aatd )b-«)>w-^, lit liniu-aaliirf. nnd licirPM 
fdtrottfti Lrr inoiLcr. Kliznbtth Cliulinuiido- 
iff, aad hrr irnndiuotbcr. KlisMl'trtli V'tr- 
pii^.t M «!»*• niiinurr nnd i'-l'»[t» uf" her nii- 
\.ii Vrii\<»v. b.trl. of H«»«i- 
Mrhi-r ditd 21*1 tlrlobcr, 
iJUt iai m^-i burird al MartOB, leaviiii; 

Mit». Ui Mr. 
lid, »m a ee u 9T to bu brother, 
d:. in MDoritf , t. p. 

lixabrlli. i. in I7!20, cf. onmnrricd iu 
' onamrrird In IS05. 

' UB, r«<|. tiKTCfMcd in IT&l 

■ t--'---- If] Yurkiititrc and 
iinut nin|c uuuc JD 
tiw brnlbcr, 
f llEBt.R, rector of 

.1 M -. Clit- 

-*:). wbo 

„ : •: cobvir 



of Miirlin Ba%lic D. D. uf "W m-VIi*wo<m1 
Ampnnr*, in Norfolk, jiiul t>v ber, ivho i'. 
in 1774. bxd an only twin, 

RICH4IID, bid hi'ir. 
He wi'ddcd, BrcondlVt bi I7W2, Mary, dnii. 
ofCiilMierl Allnn«on,f I). H. uf Middlelun 
Hull, YorkRiiirt*, and Adltnf^tun, in I^ui-a- 
sbirc, by wbom be bad Ibrcc cbildron. 

Kc'iihAUip &. in 178.[>. fonsccniird Ui- 
»\m\t af Calcutta io 1833. and cmiui'iit 
nlike for bi» virtues nnd tulfiits. do 
d. in Southern ludin, April, 1S26, 
(raving by Atm.*lia, lii« wife, daiiRhttT 
of (he Dtian of St. Avupb. Inu infant 
duutibttrm. 
Emilv. 

Mnrnut-Sarab. 
Tbania.t, iu holy orders, rector of Mar- 
tou, tl. uuin.'iu ItlU). 

M<iHY, m. to (be Ri<v. Cliarirs Chol- 

Riondi'ley. Thii tiulr inbrrilpd tlie 

rstuti'9 in Yorksliirr and Shrii|'(tbSn.< 

under tbi- will of her eldest bi'rtlbfr. 

Tlie llrv. Reyinnld Ileber ti. in IM04, wa« 

buried hi Marion, and fin<x--ci>di'd by hi^ cid* 

f«l too. 

KiciMltD HeBEK, esq. Bfllonlof llir manor 
of WirUrnuod Ampnoni, in Norfolk, of 
llodnet, and ntbrrs. in Sbrop8birp, and of 
\V tsl and l-'.-iAt Mnrton, Stainlon. Hnrtltni;- 
lou, and JIuikdcit, in Cravi>a, Yorkshire. 
H« was lieutenant-colonel of a rt'sinif nt of 
yeomanry raised iu Cihvpd in ItWil, hi)Eli 
nberidT of Sliruji^birc in 1H3I, and in the 
latter end of llial year, elected member of 
parliainrnt for the university of Oxford. 
Mr. Heher, wbu wa» tbf iiu\ male repre- 
KDUIire of the iiiicieni bou«i» of M MtroNj 
and lIottNET.^ aetinired Uie rcpulnlion of in 
accomptisbcd wlmlar io the literary world. 
and Ihr rhuraelur iu pri«Bl(? life uf au 
amiable and genemas luiin. His library, 
cnnRidertHl one of thf' most exlen.iivc itnd 
rare collcctiDna in Europe, consisted of above 



'■ «if j-kka ftaiaiagtam^ ai MUHaMkr, anMtur 
tOrtHnf ABuMT-. ' Dorutbv 

mmm, jM^iiiw nrn i« ii.il. 

iMHMm.vr MfeTT. iiH'koi'T "• Ijtigvtl. 

km. «f (iaiMMt, aoa uf Mr l>iebT I<^*nl, and 
1^ G/m» U'Arej. iaf bur to t£a Eari of Ho(- 

2 Nmi Marua llaO, ainatad mwr the riltairK 
h^Mpof 1* Itt yot— Iff, ki an ■neMDt famtty 
«H«i«, IM ftAn |«i daoijr, itaoding low and 
••Aaai^Ml km woj. *" Oaa iMait iia owatn M 
hmm mm tmUtiM to aai*, tlwit aobuaaatft lb* hia- 
■n- *f frvnib or w (ha | W iwa l itraanUMi. liaa 
W^ nuamtmd vith fnat** rutii**. or tn\u»i la- 

Mft- (VMa WlK^*r'a/lH««r9^1.V.t«o.> 

( BMmm llaU to dnund in • abeltmd raUrr 
•••&. tt.of t^TiOiia vbidkbvlnaya toil, and 

matt m tk» ^mi» of tto «MMt. It w«a «ac* • 



rerv oit«ti<(vi- hulftimbend atonauMi, havinip hwt 
ctouiers diTomifKl with csrvHl ouk, Saul armoriiil 
bMni>^. In Ihe pntnntir liidl i» n akield Kiapun- 
B^Upd. containing tb* Vi-ruon artn* witli iweiitr- 
tont i|U>uieriiiK«. of (l>* Unit* of iy>9, united will* 
tb« NeMlbRin arm* m ten ifiiiiTlirin)^ A liltlp In 
Ihn MDil afdx- hall on nii rminmcp Will cmiloH iha 
" CaMle Hill," nunoijuflotl tiv ■ muiit.are liie k- 
mafaik of u ifixriT. tlir first reoiUiire niiilntai-e uf 
A*(nKm bKlD»|ciaK lo Udo d<> llodoet. Tnv hifdi 
ground* u> (he wm(, from wlurh ia a tiettuiirul and 
eitwiMV* pnMpfCt, arwcalW "'1 lie l*«rk*,' inlrr- 
■peNNNl wiiii tliniflea and line old Qmb^r. and »»k» 
of asujma) |tn»etli. Aceonhog u> S(<emr«*iirIJ«M* 
mapa, llodnei Tark was of vviy couuderabln site 
in tbo liftfrentti anil to (ba ai^btaMtJi Maturr. N* 
d«erbaTebeenke|'t«neetIi«dMMbof Sir lliebard 
Ve»i«> in I7?t. The living of llodne* is very 
conaidarable. and U m tbr giA of tli« bnlly, to 
whom tba wboleof tb» norlli rfaaoccl belnnp. 



131 



1IEBER, OF HODNCT AND MAftTON. 



two hundrvd riiouund volumv*. He d. un- 
BwrriMl Ath Octobrr. IHUU, and wm bun«d 
Rt Hodnrt, IcBvinf; by will nil his hfrvditary 
pro|»rr(y miU |>prBnuiilil> >o "bi» only Kif^lPr 
)t|AKV, uiiluw uf l'liarlr« t'owper Cholrnuo- 
dflit), rrtlor of Hodiici, witli remainder to 
liisi iii(rL-ei, the dnughtcn of hu late brother 
Rrginald." 

Armf — Pftrty prr TrM nx. anil tni- a Vfttt 
niro|>aitt itr, un a ilexu-r chirf {luiat k cin- 
tjuefuil ar^. 

KttHtr* — In ihe couDiiei of York, S«Iop, 
■lid Norr-dk. 

A'cMff— Ilo<lfict lUII, nrar Slircwsbur), 
■nd MvtoD Uall, CrvTrn. 



^antlv o( Kitinrt. 

HnoKET, BccorriinR to Caindpn, Urlon^H 
to n knightly rnmily uf lh»l nnnii.-, uT wlmm 
tlif first m»» plni'«'d ihrri- m» n re wArd tnr hU 
•rrvic^, by \%'ii.i.iam the Conqupror. in 
whose Hnuy be wnsafCL'iH'riU. lie u sty led 
UfM) lit' lIuDKNCr. BOil. iu DIG. niu fuc- 
rct-ilrd by biff son. Baldwin db HnueNCT," 
who brtd Ibr imuor«tid rAlMlt-ns |i^-iilcnftnl 
•tul urucftck) to Rogrtdf Mdiitgnniery. Ta 
hill i>iircrf>«or, UD(i lir MonsKr, rhin ratatr, 
nmiiur, and fr^e warren, nere confirmed hv 
Hrmit I. in 1134. by a very ancient deeJ, 
atill in ibr |<Df«>s«ion of tbr family, brnriiiK 
llie f(rcal seal andllie jtitpiiilnrruf Hr^H> I. 
•nmained " Urnuclrrc." Ilia rlde«t win. 



* For foU acrouDt of IUldwin db lloeaki, m» 
Bi-Ktr'TT*'* H'tlcrif 11^ SHwwuihury, toI. 1. {**41, 

t " l.mA\ FiinbHli Um," «rir« of Sir John 
l^illiiwp, «iM dsQKlX'-r nf hu-lwnl, K«rl of Puirfl* 
■nd IVifcw^ifl". t" Mn'tf*"*!. ilM«irl»t«^ nf .lamrs, 

l^.r I ' ■* ■,■,;.■,■ ! (,f 

All' . I iL i.'iiilf.i.. < , ■ '-J-, .jI lirluU- 

ii^f' II uf Ain^ lli«aT IV. tod hi» 

JJm' ' ' > B"iii'v. 

'.* 1 tu'T u a iluubt, bowptn. o( ibia lady'i 
bcDif (liM ilwiyht-t of KirtiaKi Gr»T. l-lurl uf Tan- 
k»r> 1X1 li»« b«eti much hiiifatMl. 

{».. rt^x'-) 

I ^ 'titan," wtm morriod Ahpv 

|j> M'tl no* ofHir U'-tirj A'rnwft, mT 

Mull' I'V t^y Anne iBlUit, ilMighla-cif 

Jnlui. tlitnj tarl of Sfarvnvburv. •■><) Lndr Tatli*' 
rise ^iaflf>fd, itBut;litrr a( lluin|ilir«y. iJukn iti 
lliicLinr^liiun, kIki «m Kni>d*ua lo I'hanua of 
U<)«Ml>Lick. I>uk<r of Otmc»*lM,BUthaaaof'A'aiyr 
Kim'Mn Ml. and v«*n* fMii^rrjt. (.W SAnib- 
n>ai>* fMiiMl.^»/ f/ulifift- lb* "aid tiu Mwnry 
Vwiuiu, tif Hiililiiu. n-aa luartavnllt m LaaaJ Arm- 
rvnt fnxb i \ •nwo, rT*a(»d Hamti Shij*- 

Iwttkv. te !■ "f St, W "twirvli* ("allie- 

■bW, I !.■ ^1 ! . ■ '., of Ver- 

oat), i \ ri , . Patb»- 



Halowin, dyinit Is hia father'a lifrtime. iW' 
oaute devolved to bla next nun, U «LTf.ii oa 
HooNCT, in 1164. wbo died III l'2:f7, and w«« 
Miccc«dcd by bisaon,8ifi Wiui.i4M ne Hoo- 
SFT, N kiiiglit of (be >bin', in the lilal vt 
FnH4itD I. Mid i>i)ly iJitu);btrr. MtTitlit. 
succeeded him in ^'2Ht^, itolr bcireaa, Mid ■•. 
in I'ilM.SiK \\ IU.MM Di. I.t'ni.owK. ofSooka 
Say, fialop, kru|^L Ilodni-i couUiiucd in 
lliis line fur lix )(euerution», each rrpreaen- 
(alive beiiig kni|:ltt of llir vbirr. from tbe 
reigo of EonAMU I. lo Mi"kHY VII. Tb« 
lut male lieir. .Sm JoilH l,i'bij(vw, K.B- 
la 1466, l<Md> Eliitabeth Cre^.l dauichier afj 
Richard, Earl ol I'onra and Tani*rryU. 
The only »on of tliia mHrriage dyinir in In-j 
famy, the catntr psMed tn tiieir cideati 
daiiubltT, Alice, slyled ** The Laiii/r of //m^ 
net,' nbo inarrir'tl, in MU:). llrupHAIT, 
tliird son of Sin H»ahy \ vhvok, nr H«|k. 
DOS, l>rrh^»liire. K.B. I liumiihrrv Vrr-] 
noa iMid Alice. Iiii wife. Ijvrd at ifodnct 
after (be ilralb of ber fHtliiT, f>tr John L«m1< 
lou. ill HMa, and wrrr aucvrrded. lo IJ 
by tbcir aon, 

(■t4Mi(.f. Vkrnon, twt\.\ who WBi hurjf 
atllodMeulnl656. Ilfaeld>- ' '.inl«] 

dying a minor, ho waa su' 
second son. 

JmiM ViiliKoH, who being but acTea yi 
old »l bin falber'a death, wai nudrt 
Ktmrdianihip uf (»eorj{e, Enrl of Hnattl 
don, and Ricbard, Yti»- mrd, 

married under age, in i ^Wlh I>e- 

vi.*rcui,{| dauglileraf bir ivi> ii.iru itrvcrwi. 
Ji>bn Vernon waa (ha ack.nowlrdg«d co-heir 



Ddc«iiici'i Uianrtef 'S«nMttdH\ II* ma banad 
at Vemnn.irhRmbM RHNinnnil •UmU aa d*«>rihid 
III (jnii|[ir4 Sejnilrhral MoBUBaata. Tba hM At 
limn \>niou bad fcor aoDs. Gaaaot, iha dda«^ 
mampd Manda, daaghiCT of 8ir litlbpn TaBOTa- 
H* wat cvUbnCad in Qhmn Eutaaani'a Mya W 
bia auftoiieaea ml huapitality -, bird sf iltn^ 
manor* ia tbc rovatMs tA Mop*. Staff'ird. L*ai 
%n. uul UMbr, and -lyM - Kiac of tb» i^i^* 
l(a ImmI iwu <l«ii|[lit»ra, ro-batn ; Donathv. ■■ 
had to Sir John Mioaen. ancMior of tlia Inkaai 
Uuttaiid; Marijcaret. Bwrrwd to fltf W iltmn Si^ 
lev, anrM^nr \n ll«" Fi»H« of Drrby. .'*tr Ilaarr'a 
■>iK\M»l •Of),! l> 1 1, ■arrMd A luw. *«■(• 

ra.| itnuclilrv < i.dlow, heiwua of iMaW 

My. mf\'--— ■ . ...aMt .Wruradlli tei^Mj 

aad ht« I luba Varnw, oHRad JIalM, 

daufcbu-r Mitaa Mndtirmnrrr. aiMywaraf 

Lord Vcmra. of badbor^-. 'Tl 

/•t StmfortUktr*. «Aerv ia « -* 9 ] 

tinddtnt «mJ T«i>{.) 

( At T(iA( I'buKh thai* to a cuwiaa 
to Hnai|ihr«y I'anaw. 1 ha aritanh ia a* fcHairn 
— " Hara Irath tha bedya of H««finM Vara 
llodaal, win ibHt IMf , aad Alyaa. U» wi&, I 
of Mnrin*!, irhn iIihI |U|." 

I Kucianfi Orrantrz, whowimidMMVl 
ma, aKj. af ) I I'MgMtr af Sn 

Utrratrx. l: »** Oenalky " 

dauirhtat of Gt-iiKr, t.»i •^I'lloaUigdaa.by 



lERT. OF HORSWELL HOUSE AND BOWRINGSLEIGH. I3S 



Unry, Eurl of Po«c«, and 
lU of tlir Iwron)' of Pont^A. 
I liii (tenth. He sac<tft>iU'(l in 
; aanic of the e«Li1t:s o( itinl dc- 
iitrx — 'J-' nitflmrietl nt Jlod- 
lin ISiOi. < likurlcrii r-|nliir'>ti.* 

H~\l i-.t' «;:, ... :;. ,, ,,jtlUg, Me MAII »uc- 

- Toantj »oii, 

1 Viii\o\, boro 1677, creiited 

I i/iBETHiUud romutrullor 

i<> Jicr Mflji-*l>. Mr w(w 

.lanma iif Htidlii't, lt>»(itoii mitl 

t ■- •-- i-^. PojituD. I'roAiou Loii^rord, 

B-»>- llr tiiitrrii'il Mnn.diiu, 

\nnlli«in, at SliaviujfUii). ,-tri<l 

fini A'»coant Killmory. He 

tlnl. ill 192&. h}^ bis tou, 

Kdt Vh»m»>. 4-ri'»Icil It b«ruiietiu 

wnft « ro\iUUt, mill aiilTrrctl riiii- 

m lii* alUrlimrnl lo ('iuklkji I. 

*tt«tiilt-tl lo IKr<tr(l. He dii-il in 

WAS Mieccvdcd b^ Utacoii, 

1, 4a»g kur ol* Cdwaid, Dubi or Bvcit- 

who w«> ftfth in dMnntt rnmi IImhum o( 

, Duk» ofiilawsMUt, jdxth bod or Kji- 

Ml' <)B#m i'miii-f*. Sir ({irlianl l>evf^ 

litm^ III liM TatliK'* lift«iiii«) WW only 

Cnl Vivount lli^rhiril, bv IjhIv 

||tlttiv ari'luimaB, .Miirijiii* of Por- 

I ill lUiwwul from thr uinc 1 ho- 

Uuk* '»f (ilnnrv-nlrr, *iilli soil 

Tb» nid Sir Riclianl Devvnaz 

'tv U'alut. Cvttff KaNX. wIhm* agn 



Sill Tiinu^fi ^'^tUMjv, baronet, who dlrd 
in 1084, Iraviiig otip »on. 

Sill HiimiiD Verxok, b»rt. Wis siircM- 
iior, who dtnl in 1733, »l the court of Ao- 
gualus. Kill)* of Poland, where h« htu\ been 
*eiil envoy rxlniordiiiarv, by Ghokli: 1. in 
1716. He diiisijiBlrd a Ur^t- porlioit of hi« 
palcrnal esialeA, itcveail uf which he Auld. 
At hta dr-Aih the llodnei fsiitlti pused lo bi« 
»i»u>r». J)iiina aud llciiri<?nu Vernon, who 
iIjcnI wuiitHrriud, niid. in 176^, the vetulf, 
ni:«iiiir, und advonMniofHo'lni'l, diriKi'iided 
through CuzAlETd, only dtiuxhtvr of the 
first bnrtiriet. Sir H^-^iiry Vi-nioii (who, in 
Ui7.'t, UaA m.irnV^l Roh^rl CholDioiideley, 
rldt«l son of Tboniwi Cholfnondcley. of 
Val«? Koyul. Oiejdiire.t and died ii 168a, 
|pi4vj()}( onp only dnnj;bter). to her grnnd- 
d.iii^h(t'r. Em/abETII AiHRRTtiV, mile of 
Tii'MHK HK.ttr.K, eMj. of Morion, solebeireu 
ro bfr a'^*^ ^ratidr.ilhi-r, SiK Ilt'AKY Vei<- 
NON, barL oX flodiii.'l. 



Robwt, I-^d of Esaet, waa b«tH«lul by QttMit 
EutABfTH, in 1601. 

* ') liK fiiurtli dxuifliiM- ^r John \'enioo. Khu- 
iH-tli, itiBrritHl Hpnrv. Kwl uf i*©iitliiwn(noo, wIiom 
j^middiiuh'lili^r, I.ail'v Itinhel V> no<tc«lfr, wiiawifa 
of U iltittin I^rd ftuKM-ll. and inotbrr lo the finit 
l-Iarl of Bedford, atiio lo H«ch«l. Uoehns nf l>e- 
fiiukliir*, and kadifrinv, DiicImms of Itedaod. 
(^ Lijf 0f t-adv l(,ifhft HuiteH). 

I For the MdiV*^ of tbeCbobnoiidalay finnily, 
tst Oiuur4ii> a Chttiiif*. 



EBT, OP HORSWELL HOUSE AND DOWRINGSLEIGH. 

IT, WMJ.IA.M-ROOPK, eeij. of iUnwell House and Bownn^ieig^h, both 
cmmtj fif UvvoQ, b. 5th A|)ril, 1805, m. 'MbI Murch, 1830, AuguHta-JoDO. 
^i^gllitr of Jaiu«i 8oin«rvilte ^Fowues) Somerville, esq. of Dtoder Hodm, i« 
' ire, umI hM iiwue, 

WiLLUM-RfMini, ft.-3iid April, 1K33. 
Fraucr»' \nu. 
who Burci^edod hiit node iu November, IBIH, li a tn&^strate uid d^puty- 
kt fur ihc county of Deron. 

Xintaqt. 

The nunie nf Ilbekt occur« in Doosnad/iv 
Book, na holdiuK land in the county of 
Donwat. Prior ii» the I7tli centur)'. the 
family «Tia srtllrd nt Kill, in the iiahah of 
Uuckfuslleigb, in Orrnii, 
, -auK/ WiixuM iLBrnrtthe firM on rf;cord), left 

r^'^--7^^ iw SORB, WiLU*M, his heir, and John, who 

m. 8uaQ Sampter. anil left hu only L-hild, 
John, who (/. }ouii);. The elder von. 

Wttxiiu iLBiiHT. m. in lODO. Alice Unua- 
ford, and had isRUe. )i^'illiiitn. who (/. j. />. ; 
PfeTeH.of whom prewtilly ; Elizabeth: Ann, 
m.toJume^ Itotfy.of Kiickfahtteigb i Mar- 

Jaret, tn. to Snninel Milctietmore ; Mkriii ; 
obuina, uid Alice. Tbc second JOli, 



A 



136 ILBERT, OF HORSWELL HOUSE AND BOWRINGSLEIOH. 



PcTEA TlBRRT, h. in 1616, raarried io 
1640, Kalhf riuc, flaughter of llenrv Doiin, 
eaq.of SlApion.anililyiHifin 1601. lrfttlir«e 
•oas, nf whom the eldest (tbv only gnc who 
Bwrrted), 

WiUMM [lbkrt, mu). weddfrd in 1668. 
Mar}', ilAughtL'F of n^nry Luscomb^, esq. of 
RAitery, aud died iu 1679. Icavinf^. with 
oUi«r JMue. of whom Kathvrinv m. in 169A. 
John Tinkham. a son and aucctsitor, 

WiuUM Il^P.RT.esii- major ofthfppvon 
niiliiia, commaiidi^d by 8ir Praiicis Drnke. 
ThJA genllcRian m. first, Jnnp, dniighter and 
beir0M of — Osborne, r»q. of Crebar, in 
Derorahirf , by whom h« had a non, Wil- 
LfAii. fala heir, and a daughter, Jane. He 
wedded, M'condly. in 1719,OHtherine,dauffh- 
t*>r of Jonnlhati Elfont. V9t\. o( Bickliatn. bat 
by her hnd nn issue. Major Dbcrt wassnc- 
cerded by hi» son, 

William Ilbrrt, e«(]. of BowTtn^sleigh, 
in Dovoo, who m. in 1734, Bridf;oi, Dixtli 
daugbier of Sir W illinm Courlrnay. ol Pow- 
drrbam Castlu. by tlic Lady Anne B<*rttP, 
his «ifr. duu^httr of James, firsl Earl of 
Abingdon, ami had issue, 
William. his heir. 
William-Elford, twin with William. 

ruloQcIuf Uic South Devon militia. 
Henry, h. in 1740. rf. in 1741. 
Peregrine, twin witJi Henry, d. in 

1740. 
Hugh, d.*. p. 

Catherine, n. to Roger Prideaux, esq. 

of Kini^bridgt-. 
Bridget-Anne, m. to William Btrdwood, 

M.D. orTotn«ss. 
June, m. to J. O. Pearae, esq. of South 
Molton. 
The eldfatson. 

WiLiKM iLBF.Hr, CM], of Bowriiigsleigb, 
sncceeded bis falhi-r in 1751, and *er\ed Ihe 
oHice of sheriB' for Devonshire, in 176H. He 
IN. in 1701. Prances, daughter and sole 
lii'ircse of William Koope. n*q. of Horswcll 
Huiiee, in ihal county, and had issue, 

William-n.^opt', UN. l>orn in 1762, 

drowned in Torbay, 1791. 
Roope, heir to bis father. 
Periffrine, in holy orders, fellow nf Ba- 
liol College, Oxford, nrebde.icon of 
Barnstaple, and rector of Farringdon. 
in Devoti, b. in 1674, d. in 1R05. 
PtTER. sacccssortn his brother Koope, 
Willoughby. in the East India Com- 
imny's naval sen-ice, b. in 1773, d. 
in 17U&. 
' Courlenay, captain rnyal artillery, &. in 
17M>.wliorfi.in I804, Anne, daughter 
of GeofTry Taylor, esq. of Sevenoaks, 
in Kent, and died at Valenciennes in 
IHI6. leafing &ur*i*ing issue, two 
tons. 



WttxiAU-RoopK, succcMor I* Ilia 

uncle. 
Pen-crint'-Anhur. in Itoly ocdtta, 

b. IHUt April, 1810. 

Bridgci-Mory. m. lu Fraocu CroM. 
esq. of Grvat Dur^iird, in the r«unlj 
of Deron, d. io 183-1. 
FrEincf^.m.toJamesSomeri'ilU-Poinitik 
now Somerrille, esq. of Hinder Honic, 
in Somcntctshire, d. in ltU4. 
Sophia-Muriu. m, to Koberl Johu Har- 
rifrun. i'Mj. of C^er Howel, in die 
coanty of Montffomery. d. In llQA 
Augnitla. m. to John Lort Phillip*. p>i|. 
of Haverfordwest, in the couaiji of 
Pembroke. 
Mr. Ilbert was succeeded at hli deceuR bf 
bis eldest son. 

The Rev. Rovpc Iibert, of Bowrinp- 
leigh, rector of Slockleigh Potneruy and 
f'berilon Bishop, in the county of UeToa.k 
in 176.'), who d. in 18^, and was soccvcdari 
hy his next brother, 

PtTER iLBEKT.esq. of Bowringsleiebasd 
Horswcll Hou»c, captain in tlieNorthUevfll 
militia, V in 1766, who d. without isra* is 
lR2.'j, when the estates and reproeutatirerf 
the family dcToWed oo bis nephew the pre- 
sent William Koope iLUtKr, esq. of Bow 
ringaleigh and Horswell Hotise. 

Arms — Quarterly: lstand4lhor,twocfce« 
rronella engrailpd ver! between three nttt 
gu. seeded and barbed ppr. forlLDERT; 3ad 
arg. a lion rampant per fesa gu. and ten. 
between wvea pbeons az. for Kuopt; Snl. 
quarterly, rrm. and az. over all a cmasoc 
charged with five annulets sn. for OaBOKXi. 

Vrett — A cock pheasant arg. combed aid 
wattled gu. 

Motto — Nulla rosa aine spinU. 

E9tatet—\n De\-otiAhire. 

AVfl/i — BDwriugsleigh and Howwdl 
Housv, both b the county of DcTon. 



^amiVi Df KMpr. 

The pedigree of RtHire waa entered *ii the 
College of Anna, lllh Oel.iber. IfitlO. 

Richard Roope, son and heir of Williaa 
Roope. married a dnui,'hter of Peter d* 
Complon.Bud hnd two ^uus; Jotis, his heir, 
iind Willinm, ivho m. Johanna, dauc^titcr m 
Kobcrt Pott, of Norton, in Datou, anil I'M 
issue. The elder son, 

John Koope, father of 

WiLLUN Roopr. whii left hy hii>«il*',« 
daughter of — Mathews, two sons, Matlhrw 
and James, of wboni the elder, 

Matiifw RnnpF.,«. tirsl. adanghlt-rof — 
Sweet, esq. of Trayne. in Deiooaliin. and 



BRANDRETH. OF STUBLACH. 



r of Ros^r f^o«tanl, 
Munr couoljr. By 



be k«4 M*tt«, 

'U. M4Tlic«. ofwbnm prfKnily. 
lUt. Joiio, wlio m. Maria, 'Innzblrr nnd 
n»*)i««rdf — Heul, taq. of Chanlon, 

t^ BUnbHh« m. to — Htobell, geol. of 

Conwatl. 
; It. Vatm. d. VMBg. 
nt. MiMinna, w. lo Sir Samuel Lomis- 

Mr. iac. 

M. to J. Uftubiag. gvni. 



MaTHKW Roopr., psq. m. Joan, daughter 
or Atlim Stroudf?, of Inncrton. in IJglto- 
rodgh, and bad a »on and successor, 

John UnocK, esq. of Hnrawcll, b. in IfifjSj 
who i«. Franco-B, dniiglilt^r uf Andrew diul- 
tvtch, efiq, nf Oldaiou Htid (Tholwicli Town, in 
Drronaliirff, and had two m)ds and (brtio 
dau|ftiti>ni ; viz. John. A. iu \B&i,d.t.p. nnd 
WiLLUM. tiis lieir: Prances, Joan, and EU- 
ZHbrlb. The SfTtTond sod, 

WiiiJAU RoorF. e«)- of Horsnell, mar- 
ried Mar)-, daugltltr of i^lexander Wills, of 
Kin^ftt)rid)(<.-, and bad an only dangbur and 
heiress, France.*, m. b« already «tatcd, to 
William iLBtKT, esq. of Bawringylrigb. 



BRANDRETH, OF STLBLACH. 

^RAN'DRETt), JOSEPH PILKIN'GTOK. M.D. of Stablacb, in tfac county 
of CbMtvr, b. 8t}i Scptemtwr, 1781, m. 2Sd] June, 1610, Alice, datigbter 
n> tor of William Harper^ esq. of Davenliara Hall, io Uie same shiro, and bas 

r* .i-Fn, iu holy ordrri. b. Ifilh Si-pirmbf-r, 1813. 

..tin, ill the Scou FaM^et (inanis, b. lOtli Si-ptrmber, 1812. 
I L- -r i-i.\..ii. A, 4(b Ffbmary, IbSJ. 
Charl<». fr'2<nh Marcb. IWEU. 

CUtkarinr, m.Oeom, c1d»l ann of James Locb, ew). of DryUw, in tbe county of 

Edwbunb, and M.P. for Kirk.<v-all. 
Hrira. 
Mnr-EliMbetb. 

lintagr. 

Thoha<i nRAN'UKtTIi, e»q. of Ix'es. nlio 
mitrritfd Miiry Kohiutun, and niu fnllier uf 

Ji,>s»:fil KHANPiir.TiK t-wi. M.D, who mar- 
rit^d, ii) 17M>, (!!ntlt.'tniir>, ilaiif^hftT of Juhii 
PilLin^loti.^Ml. of AtidnrloD, in Liint^iuhirv, 
and had iMur, 

J'lSFPH-PlLKINOTON. his bclr. 

■rh»in»a-i*baw. *. .Mth July. I7KH, m. 
4lb February. 1833. Harrirt. daii^Ii- 
trr of Asliton ftyroni, l'M|. of Fair- 
tiew.ToxIcth Park, Lanciubire, and 
baa ift»iie. 

Mary. N. to Benjamin Gaskell, esq. of 

Thorn«*9 HouBT, in Torktibir*!. 
rath.-trinf , m. lo Edward Rowe Lyall, 
arohdearon of Colclicster. 
The eldest soil is the v<^>^'<'t <''-^^>'i'>*-Pii^ 
KiKUTiiN BnANDHEru, M.D. of Slublach. 



|lN«iib«rTii. MTond* fon of 
\ Unmilt ■■' ' '^ 1 iml Ltrt, bom 

■ M4&. <t»>j : two Mirrlvrng 

•^ fflmJiir. « III ■"/n, who d. nnm. In 

YWMts Bft(«PiitTH,of LeM, In Cbesbirr. 
m% ia law. nko d. in 1730, and was sue- 
, by hi* •»&, 




> itMiiiiilMiti of 1^ eMMt MM r«taiiMd 
• «Mv «r BcwdMtk, M uranMl tba ktim of 
I (te<y taa» wlwk tWy MtiM4. 



vjrnu— Sn. ftn'Io^en^anr. Some ypara 
since a atone waft remaining at l^es bearing 
the arms and date UidTi. 

Vrft — Agnus Dei coacbaut witb Ilia 
glory. 

,1/oHo— Fortunam honcstenl virtute. 

A'ffA/e— {^tublacb, I'heabirv. 

RcMttictiKt — Liverpool. 



ns 






NICOLAS, OF EAST LOOE. 

NrCGLAS, JOHV-HARRIS, ««q. of Ewi Uoe. in iIm eoanty of Cornwall. A. 33iid 

Norember. 1758, a. ^Im'.Mft^r, 1787. Mar^gani, 
youn^st diug^hier of John Blake, Mq. by Ana, 
dU wife, d&ut;hter and co-heir of Willdun Biv- 
vkrgrus, csrj. of Dusmrgus, in Cornwxll, ftii4 ItM 

I. ioHK-ToiT, b.Had Febraary. 1780. « port* 

CBptniii It.N.c'oiiipiininn uf ti< 'xjur- 

■ blr iiiitilnrv ('nicr uf thi hi vf 

Liii^lil rotiiiDAniU-T nt'lhc ro' 

Order of St. FrrUiiiand. oikI l>i iirrii l>[ iac 

Tmu Siijliei. Captaiu T'jup N'lcoUt m. UI 

AiiKUBt, |K|K, Fr«iif:«-«-i\uns. <JAughlvr 

Nii-'iiiilM W'rri-.rMj. lit LaikIctis, urmr W« 

litiLiuti, ill itic tiiuiitj; of Stuacrarc, »mi 

Itid 

Hf'»v«Rf(i'N-Toi'F. &. Hlh OcloWr, 18111 
Wyiidbum, 6. mb A]inl. tt23, 4. at Um 
CbatcAU (Ir NcrboaL, iu Bntutt), :tii4 
Ati^nst. 14'M. 
Wt-rc-Giltnnl-(lc-Rano»dc«. k. Illk |V^ 

nmrv, Ik21>. 
ik-«illA<;taiivillr, h. in Britttny, SMk 

(>clob<rr, IH2II. 
(;niavilk<-T>>u|i, A. 16th Aumut. IbJO. 
rriiiirrs-Anu«-Ri*nf«-di*-Ki 
Uliincbp. 
Mau<l-BrTillr. 

It. Paal-Hnrri*, h. Ut Mnrch, 1790, a rrtirrd oflict-r of the Rojrd UftrisM, la nlitk 

corp» hv dUtiti^i*h(Hl hint»rlf OD boanl Ibr " Bclit!>Uiv."or74 ffvtu. !■ iW b»ttk 

of Trsfii^r : and ■ubHrqurolly ou board thv" Aniawii**and " Anuiila" b'^^ftlBl.. 

Hr w. Auti Munoutnbt*, iimI hat iMur. 

Juh»-Hiirri»-Tuup. 

Anii-Mi>n-()umbr. 

III. \^ illiiini-Kri)cwiti, fr. 'jard April, 1793, lifutcuant In lh« uktv, «bo «•■■ dorti 
t(imb<Hl during Ibf litte M«r, »liiUlbcloii)[iitff tohu mnjnty'i ililiiibo" 1 
of 74 iruiis, ill VMrkxui ■ctious witb the rurmy. and |»rlt(:uUrly whQlt 
U-nnnt uf tbc " I'ilot" brig;, of IM ]l»n* anil I'ill mm, wbrn •tie r«giic«4 
(r»Xfi\, urw Tontnn. llir Fmirh »bi|i uf wur " U« l^rgV-rr," of 'W gsiu mmk 
inrn, ON ibr )7lb Jiinr, INI/t, in Mlitrh action he Maa miutidfd. 

IV. NichuIiu-]|arrt«(Str},&. Itltb March, I7M), chaarrllor of Ikr rumI di»tii>|;:i 
Order of Sl Miubarl and St. (>c-or|rf • nnd •eaior knif^ht cvruiUAnder uf tfa« 
OrdiT, KniKhi of tbr Itoynl ilunuri-rinu 1.<ur||iLic Order, barriait'r-at-Un, TUi 
KPtitlriDan, previoui to adopliiijc lb" pnifi-»"i(i»i of Ijie Uw. vrvrd a* • fnMtMp- 
ntun iit llic tiavy frum IW.V Im IHI^. ubrti he na« pru" >»»- 
tenniil. bating ItPrn ollen bunuurablv tiieiiliom-il in : ; ^<I 
laiitl) eiiiptu\t-d in the boata uf the " l^ilol" uti tikc cuaaU mI S.ifiii » ^mu i. fti« 
II' m. in lrt-i-2, Snrab, dau(;bu-r of Jobu Uatiaua, r-ftj. and luu ium-. 

Nichola*-H«rria. 
Ferey. 

Sarah-Florence. 

Unw-r. 

Ilelrn-Rrnfv. 

Philiptn. 
Kir llnrria ia ihr author of many valuable wi*rl» '—■:-?• 
PrtTHj^e of Knitland. \ YaU- uuhiIht uf ttic Qn < 
ita coniilirnta na oue oftbe^e, "The Sitojk- n..! t 
■tc remarks: " Mraniini*' hta (Sir llarrir > 
£MH-iely of Anliijiiariea aod the Id-cord Con i 



i 







MA 



riCOMS, OF EAST lOOE, 



139 



«ni rnoft otcfuUy citfniifrd—iin Aiigc«n iKablff requiring tUt Uboon of mtih nn 
Herculo — ImTc Utpu cikhikIi nloiie tu nlTord lull occupation to any orilinarr 
■nan, in atldiitoti to lii« pmlr^tionil (.■uf;iiKoinciii]!i. And lliis indrfalij{abl« miiU- 
qsATy and huiurinn. Mhuac- wriltni;^ arc do \vs3 uumtcrly Hiid |irofoai>d, than they 
■n Banirrout ami itilrmtjng, us«, w« believe, a lieub-nruit of the nary at the 
etoae of Utc- war!" 
t. Chaflrs-llrury. i. loUi April, IHUI, married and baa iMue. 

ICapCMD NkvlAt, oho M.-rvvd tliroughuut the Amt'ncan War, retired in the jeu* 1BI4 
tb« rortl MVT with tlie mik of commandeT. 



HmMdr. 



TW frnulv of \ictHa.«,<»f C^inWAU. »Ha 

it of UuntNY. ill nliii'Ii {mivinrr 

'teir »r>r><>tt>r« pusM^'Aird ihf Hf'tgneurirm of 

^Jp ' ar L.i?«MA>; of t^viNOI'iiA- 

fc'Hll4l\: of |'Lrji«i\. of M 
kii.niid nrt'ti«Mr?t-Urn4('ir 
mI Htwi.*; niid ni»u of 
I n;.\-i»,a; and tliry ntn 

I l-lili r«Dlury. 

pr*-M-tiuuTr of the vecoud branch, 
Mi^ir liiiirdtiifr ani-rstor i^ dialed to be 
JvBK NitnlaaSHica'-"- - ^^;niult. 

latef ••TlbeitrtrtML . <t troni 

">- — ■■ i ...■ i:di<:l of 

(ilrd nl Looe, in 

1.: . ■ title rfae ibuuder uf 

4n pttrt <il uiui aiidciii tamily imw dumj- 

TW fc<: < ftntenK-Dtnf dipir 

^■uii*^ > ' xini Otf Imnsl.itiuii 

W a eapvWu^ |rr«li,£(i t'. rrtrjvril frupi lUe 

" B^rrmm Wf> /« .\n/-/<-iK." ut TariA, unoti 

MiJ the itatrmcrit* ton- 

> lit hN*r t»»«^n, in nil i)k* 

Mifcow"! '■■ i.'i.'forily coii- 

WMai kt >' « in tlm ar- 

rtfi iruin, uf ('jirlruiK, 

a*t' >)v, noiir to nhlcli 

lk» »....-..,, , ' ' iTiiily fortiwrly 

n w^id. Il I tak^ii from 

*»IVtai(,Tn iiirr I'mfrrjft 

4r i' I Hork tipun the nncieiil 

^' i'f iliKTrr iif Ntralajt i», 

Niutd ilnHK tfi tUf 

> -'.i>k t'l >i Kind, nhicli it in- 

TV* ji^icrrr cominrnrr* with Oliver Ni- 
• rr, RM'niinnvd in ihr \rnr. 



lillr of " J/. 



.ilrtairw. 



i'_„ 



'f noble 
iiH-lf in 

'■I', J-:<ii Nli-olmi, 

n* mir nf tin- IjOnls 

""■ "-■^•■' <i(' prac<* 

I HJIRLfH 

-I i:..!un), on 



^ Mil Ucral dffcrndant mm* 

•. fMtfimr d« A'rrrifinu. de 

n^d /n T<'urhf. In I54.T ; 
.iiciirdf 

I.inltie 

f^iM )^)4« kU'^a ut rci.o^it(J4uce of ihr 



\ubitity of hit Ertrtrtion. He married 
Jpititnc Martin, Dame dea Cbam[i«-G6rault, 
Their aoti, Jean Nicotai, Ne■^aellr des 
Uhamps-U^rault, &c. was counsellor in the 
court -of ac<N>uubi at Henues. He married 
Nicole le Vaver. Dame de Claye, near 
Ki-tiiH-B, Their only child. Jcnne Nicolas, 
Chevalier, Seignrur, deC'lavf.de* Ctuunpe- 
Genkull, d« U Toitrli, de t^lea-ttx, kc. was 
first president of the court of rcquesti of 
Brittany : by his marriii|fe with the Mar- 
■liiise Pepin-du-l-'retiny, be had llir^e 80ii« ; 
ihi- ridcsl, GrniiHin, Seijjneure dc t'laye. 
married RenAe dr Chi-nu, daughter and 
heireu of Rene de (7henii, Seigneur de 
Clermont, de Cheiiu, tec. near Nantea ; 
gentleman of the bed-cbamber to the l*rince 
of (.'onde. Thia brsuL'h became extincl in 
the nialr line, in 1735, H'hcn t)ie onl} daugh- 
iT «iid briresaofGermain NicwlM*. Seigneur 
de riaye. and de (Tlennont, married the 
Mar\|ui(i de la llourdonnaye. Seigneur de 
IJri : their (jranddaugbler and representa- 
tiio is the ureiont Vitorole»»p D'Allonville, 
Oamr de Clave, wife of Ibe Vicniinte D'Al- 
lonrille, Ittto one of the uides-de-camp of 
the D»U|ibin. 

3f.AS Nicoufi, the lecoud aon, fAern/iVr, 
dea f'hampft-ii/TJiult. was with his brother, 
(iermaiiie Nicolas, iSoi(rneurc de Cluyc, on 
(he n-fornialioii of the nobility of Brittany, 
in IWa*. rtcugniwd nobU-Hie of an HNrieNf 
txli-artiim, iind oftlie uualilv of f'^Airi/i>r«, 
by nn act o( the cliaiiiber of reformation of 
Brittany, on the 'itltli August, 1660. Jean 
Nicolas initrried Marie Kt'ni*e de Rosoindec. 
drfuicbler of Si-bastian. Mnr«iuis de Roa- 
niHtJt'c. fV>iiiil de ChApellrS, llnron de Mti- 
l;i<-, lie Jueb, dr Peiihdiiet, &«•. Lieutenant 
du Roi of the Provini-e of Brittany, and 
tJov4>rii(>r of Sante«; by Kon^e dr Ker- 
ICDurnadech de Kercoent; and by her bad 
a ion, 

Abu. Nrcons, who, Ihmur of the protea- 
tanl Inilh, emiKntlrd tntm ilrittnny on the 
rcviicaiioii of tlie Kdict of Nuutes in 1046. 
and settlrd at Ivooe. in ('ornwall. He bnd 
IHO Mins and a dnurtiter, iianieljr. Paul. 
James, and Renee, Having but biseitiilea 
ill ihiiH exiliii;! hiinsrlf from hU IxTi-ditnrv 
posSfMioMb, he esti>tili«bed himself at Loix; 
as n aifri:haal. His eldest sun. 

l*it'L Nicolas an alderman of l)i« bo* 



uo 



WERE, OF WELUNGTON AND POOLE. 



tvagb of Eul Looe. married Klizabctb Mel- 
low. a«d had oav child, 

V^Vl Niciii.«», (till! nam? »t thb prrioil. 
\7W, became curni|>ml (u lite EuglisJi mode 
uf writing Ibt) cliciiiliiin name o( NJi-liola*, 
ItuI tlic MiK'i'-nt mniincr oT i>]W!Uiiif; it wan 
resanird by CapttttD Tonp Nicolu, and his 
brnlbrra, wiUi pcrmitfioii, oii obuininjc the 
pwligrrc of their ancestry from Fmnrr.) an 
nldi'rniMU uf bull) thr boruui^hs of EauI nnd 
Wcat IjCion, hIio miirrifd Mnrthtt Harri>«, 
diiughlnr ind co-bcireao ai Nicholu llArri*, 
of Eaal Looe. a voanf^r brother of John 
Harria, cm. of Maoiidan. in the county of 
Pcvoo, MM by brr bud ihnv sont, 

t. PAtx-HiRitifl, oil aldprmon of East 
Looff, who died in 17hH. leaving a 
■on, Nicholaa-llarria. who di4*d iu 
ltH)6, CB|itaia of ihe royal artillery. 

II. Nicholaa-Harris, &. in 17CxV captain 
iu the 441)1 regiment, who forrcd with 
r«|iulAtion in the Amrrican wsr, and 
WAn iie»crcly wuiindrd nt Uunker'ii 
Hill. Aboat the yrar I78N, Hp wild 
out of tbo army, and in )71W became 
iBojorortbe Koyal Comwall Fencible 
DrngooDS. He rf. «. p. iu 1816. 

III. JoiiN'Hahria, the ptVMOl reprc- 
M*nt«tiTe of the family. 

ArmM — The aocle nl arms of the famfly of 
Nii'olai. Seiffneuri de Cliye, dc ChArop*- 
(r^raull, &r. and which wers conflmed to 
llie proenl branch, are gn. on a feM arir. 
between three wulvtV beads erased, or; 
thrac loartliilx, aa. suriuounled with an cs- 
cutcbeoa, bearing the armii of Iff. Kosma- 
Dtv. vix. 

Ui QiiHrl(.>r. Dc Rotmadre. 

2ml Qiiarirr. De Mootmorcocy. 

anl yiiartpf. r»f Roh.iD. 

4lli tjiixricr. De Kercournadec, and o»rr 
alt ail lututrhron. with the arm* of Uoux* 
•OH'VCNIWNK. 



Crut — A vxAT* baad ervard, or: iMutni; 
from a coronvi of the •oWHty of Hrituiiv, 
an orer the arms. 

Supporlrri— On the devter Bide, » ham\ 
rej^anlant, or ; languad ffvlu ; on lb* obi»-j 
tcr, H syren, prfi(»ar. 

iHofl» — Iflsuini; frnm (Im raronet, ** Bn' 
BOS' EtniiH." 

Prrvioos In ohlninin:: ■' " ' :' 

tneiil» from Frunc, «.' 
(heir nnre!ili>ni, tbr ti ,..<-' ..i .L..^ ■. i„y 
family in Fngland, Captain John-llarria 
Nicolaa. received a {rraot of antw froBi tbe 
Heraldi' C<rilege, ia the year 1810 ; 
follows : 

'* Gironny of eighl. nritrnt and nztirr, 
Pttfflr diAfdayed crmiiiois : On a rhirf, wai 
(in alliutton to Ihi* »^rv»ce« of Captain Nlot^ 
Us, and Captain T»up Nicolas) rnntBif, ft 
(rideiit. or. sunnoBUted in faltirr of a t»f^ 
MafT, propt'r, iherFon, bojatrd. a pniMiaC 
gvlrm, both pausing tbroagb a ckaplvt af 
laurfl, urn." 

t'mt — .\ drmJ-«nKl«. aablr, wiagi ale* 
valed, erminoi». eacb charged witb a maa. 
coupcd, igal<», iaaaitii; Irom ■ naval rnnra^j 
ur. 

And. ooUie lOtb of i)<t>t"r 1«in r« 
tain Toop Nicolas rr< *i% 

augtnentalion la the ;i' 
word ' Pilot/ inaeribcd mi the nra of the 
oaTal crown, la be borne by btm nnd kit* 
de.wendanty, in cnmDen>on>' 
tini:iii»brd srr»icrB in his n 
Pilot, un ibe Eii>l ntiJ W>-*t lud.- 
bria, duriii|E the yeiir« iPlO. I - 
IH12; and aUo in alloaioD to it 
Action foaj^i near Toalon. bn 
n^eity's said atoop, and Uir Fn-nni m- 
tioaal ofaip Lm Lrm^rt^ of twenty -e'iflil n«a, 
and ihrea boadiBa mm, oa the 17tb of J«««. 
IHI6." 



WERE, OF WELUNGTON AND POOKE. 

WERE, ROBERT, esq. formerly of Runningtoa Maoor, anar Welliafcton, 

of Poole, rtprpMataiiT* of this andrnt family, 01. ftlary-Ai 
daaght«r of Tlinoiaa Morria, ea^. aad haa iaaiM, 

I. THONAi. 

it. Morris, m. Amy, daaghtcr of Inae Slrcie, 

Poole. 
111. Ilrnrv. 
tv. WilUam-Alford. 

I. Anna. m. lo Robert Colman, caq. 

II. F.Utabrih- 

III. Mar^-Ann. 

I\. Eathrr, m. lo J. Shepherd, e^cj. 
V. tiarab, m. to her ci>uain. Joaepb Wrr*, raa. of I 

tmr, and baa, with other bane, Jaavfili aad UoaolV. 



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141 



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How I - 



Wd 



Iwta 



Tkt Uwuiy sf Weu. or, u il nii« for- 

■fflj spt-V *^ ■ ' - It aotiquilj- in 

A* eoaBii r»«l. Tra- 

4 ^ — *U1 ', ■'■-; >..^...i*I tiKinv wax 

Cirrtufi, • jrnaDjcrr bfAnch. it m n:pr«- 
r it«r (tit I 111 iiH (if [tiMiiiiiLC Y, and 
< ik ibL- name 
I ^ llidl part of 
HaprvpvTt; oi ttic boaae nt fiiFTAKn rJilled 
W«4ftL-drrii(D : -n^hFrcupoa, ma waJ ttift 

■ tuwumediliffcrcDt 
lui'ut il corrvct. it 
: (late to ntabllsh. 

iMerled by kutlio- 
ijiiil'Taiiaa. Ortain il t8, 
rr, ikai tb« lAutiXy of Wiurc. or, u 
few flpelt. War, il of lout: atAndinfr >» So- 
AMWlAbirr. as wrll lu iu I^cvoiubire, aud 
Ak arMa -,",...,,..1 ),avc be*n bmxI by tiic 
ctMliaif ) .lAi^ gcDfAlo}^ wc non- 

far t- — J ,» -.i-ralimi*, «it vMrii]u8 rn- 
ifa mi Cbrat oa old aiaU. pUt<>, jtc. 
ion of Itx ililTirretit nif:aiberfi, 
cosAns. Tboav arm? are to bf found 
|«4Kion nfOdillirD'allt-raldry," 
HiMhbpJ ia I'' .iin in tlio cditiuu 

piMiabc^ in 1' il U ■latrd, nt 

pi^ MS. " II' II, on a bend 

•«A.bc<w««B». ichcd.^al«a, 

ooyvirr*. vr. l>} Uie fiiuitf of Hsare, 
0**«a, and t« quarterrd by ForteKue of 
TUcy." (Oik nAOfvlor of llir prrscnt BatI 
fii>»wu. ) *• Tliw riMl qtxndi-lli la Weare 

ifcar-'' ■- '--f Thf t-aUitr of 

W< \r<l. lMa«<^ to thr 

h« .- -. -^ ;in.- oiarriaKfl of na 

laaiai vT Ui« bausr of Wcarv. between the 
ymn !««> aiMl \^fi, and tl w«i carrivd to 
<■« af Fan«»<-ap *b»iit ibr year l-|r^l, by 
ftf knrrsj cf Ii'-iiisrll. Id n collrvliun of 
ihVKtt irirtrn in tb^ library of 

tr klc^' -t. b«(t. lbrr« is a derd 

f to ib< faiiuly of Wrart>. oftbe cun- 
f put of wfaicli the fQllowiny u a cor- 

TWi Enilparlviv in«(le at Wearc-Oif- 
** r*r4, h m w» f WiLLMM t>r. S^licm 
" n lb* WW part, nod Wimiak 
" WBABXfLofdof WcarO'GiQ'anliOn 
** Ikm Qtker part. 

•*nDa 13. Hrnrv IV." 0-111) 

^t»9, aijpifd. '• \Vnt: \Vi Hit." 

waattaclinl tn ilii^ i]i r<I are jim iM-ly 

Be aa ll i)i>- fiiraily as 

dearni" < ' —t, instead of 

> 4*ail Uoft, baUitijt a craw eroaalot, 

it a imaiH ^Ju*. We an uoahlr 

lo go firtbcr back witb thi; 

■ «OII of 
' r iMidrll, 

■ fj I'l iJt*ijii. Mti'j, Il n[>pcun, 
I b^ aaii>« in tlKT aiiciout itylr. 



Thomas Wpahi:,* hi* sob. however^ wrote 
ll in the modern mode, wluch has been 
continued by his desceridaiits. H« resided 
al WrllinKioti it> tlie b«Kitintii|C of Iht* last 
century, and wii» posKi^sf-d of the lunds of 
■' Grciit and Liltli' Sowden." " the Wert 
l>igli EBl(it<-»," '■ OM Bnams," " Escotts." 
" Osnmnds," " Fennladf," and olh<fr pro- 
perty in the county of Devon : logrth^rwilh 
the manor of " KuntiinKtoo," '* Landcox," 
" Rockwell-Grecu," • Ferry-Elm/' *■ Jur- 
slon," and other cslairs jii the county of 80- 
mrrK't. He mnrrted about Ibo year 1710. 
Elizubrlh, daughter of Peler llerrj-. esq. 
and bad isjue eit*bt suns, bi'tvroen whom 
be divided his dilTf-renl estates, and thre* 
dau(chter9. viz. 

I. RoBEKT, of Runniagtoii Manor, of 
whom presently. 



" Tbo«QM W«r«'a sMOod brother woa Peter 
\Von<, nu\. of Snni|ifoni Aninilel and Wi)re*s Cot. 
nru- WcUini:ioD. whoM son tlllis was a partner in 
tlu' fina iif Cuflia, Werr, Rohajl* and Co. bwikerti 
in Loudua. KItis'a doseeDduiM are 7'hofiias, of 
Wffre'ii Cot, attd Sifttpford Arundel, who is mar- 
ried nnd has >«<Ten eoitdreat Koben, Peter, and 
Joseph. 

Tbmnaa Were bad also ona nstar, FltuMlxrtii, 
tvbo M. Oeorgv Fot, d( Psrran, oenr Falnwuih. 

Tbe ftrnta part of the diffftrent hraochea of dm 
(snily of Wer«, U^etlirr n-idi tni)»t nf those tif iltetr 
sevend aOianeea. Iiavo for niruir ^otrnmoua be* 
los|c«d l« tba Society of Frinidk, nf wldoli kighty 
raspaetidile sect, very mnnv of tben uiU are man- 
btn. 

Auotbar braacli of tbe ancient faauly of Were 
beeaine setOitl in tbe vicini^ of flyiaoutb about 
the year 1700, by a mamiwe vitli Joan, ilau|;h(er 
and at len^^li iti:ih> lirir of John Uod, e5<^. of Bar- 
rijDcton, tn l>eiron»turrt. Theson afthia marriai^. 
Jobn Weri-. ra<). of llurnuf^tuti, win iltnl in I77R, 
left the wlwie III hu property lo liw cidy child 
and heiress Muy, ftio WMidod Ktchard Hall 
CI«rl(e, em), of llridwell Hnose, tn Uevonsbtre. 
and had ijwue, 

Jobo Wen) Clark*, «*q. of firldwell Douse, 
and Marriagloa in Devon, a magiatrate of 
tbe tuioDtv nf ]}«von, who m. in 1610, 
FnneMi, daughter of Sir Tboaua Carew, 
bart. of llarooiDb, and baa issue, 
I. Kichard llall. 
f. ThoiDM. 
I. Mary Wera. 
S. Jane Wwn. 
'J. AjruM. 

i, Manrlla. 
.V Ijiura Cailirtifip. 
fi, >1iiri-nc« SnitHnirtial. 
KlixatlarVe.m. tu Artlmr Howe lIoldsw«(tb, 
r*i], of Mnuni U«l]iia, in 1>«*<ui, M.P. fiir 
Uartmoutb. and d. Jveving ■ >laii. F.Im. 
Mary-Annp-Werr t.'4aHi«, m. to W iibatn 
Adflins WelBfurd, esq. of £ieter, and lias 
Uaue. 



143 



WERE, OF WF.LLINGTON AND POOLE. 



mas. } 
1. J 



II. Peter. 

lll.^Thomas, \ M d. s. p. 

IV. John 

V. Nicholas, uf Lnndcox, Osmonds, 
PeBslade^^c. m»rrii-d Mary.* daugh- 
ter of George Colrsworthy. esq. of 
Mount RBdrord, in Oeronsliire, mid 
had Issue. 

1. Nicholas, formerly of l^ndrox, 
in tbf county of Souicritet, nmr- 
rind Fmnci'D Hiniis, mid hns if-»ue 
four sons itad tliree duuglilfm, 
rtx. _ 

Nicholas. 

Thonins Nnrmmore, an officer 

in the I'Uwi India nerTicr. 
Jonathan, mi. in IH33, Sophia 

[hiuflford and hns iiuut!. 
George. 

Franres-Anna, m. in 1818, 
Capiflin J. Tuiip Nicolas. 
C.B. K.H.and K.C. St. F. 
and M., of the noyal Navy, 
and baa iiane. (Sec the fa- 
nitlf of Nicolas. ufBusvar- 
nia, al page I3t) of this ro- 
lumc), 

Loaiia. 

Aona. 

1. Sarnh, m. tfompl'rey Langley, 
esq. »n(l lias isauf us follows : 

William-Henry I^nKlfy.m. ici 
\b36, C'nro)itit--Siisiin, dnu. 
of — Frrebairn, c»q. of By- 
llprt.in the county of Surrey. 

Charles I^ni;ley, m. Elixa- 
Ilarriet Keid. and h.is Al- 
lK>ri-(iordon .and other issQc. 

Albert Lan^ley. 

Cftiherinc Lnn);tcy. 

Slary-Wfrt L:nigk-y. married 
Franklin Bridge, rsq, and 
has issue. William- Anthony, 
and other children. 

Francps-Jane Langley. 

2. EtizabcCh. m. hvr cousin Wil- 
liam Wt-rr, as alrcndy stated 
under the bead of Robert. 

3. Catherine. 

4. Mary. 

VI. William, ? . ., . 

VII. Berry. { both d. 4. p. 

Wil. Joseph, of West Lfigli. Old 
Baums, Stem. l-*liubrth. dau);btrr of 
George Coleanonhy. esq. of Mount 
Radford, Devon, and had issue. 



* Thii M«av Cotrswoatnir, and b«r sut«r £u- 
t4»nii. who mBrri«d JoMpb Wnv, dMe«ad«d 
aatanrnUy (nun thn old fiunilr of Hnrford, thns; 

CumuM HAiiroiin n-ua bthor of 

Enwtap II*ftronn, wha lolt a cl«U|;blsr 
«h1 hctnas, 

EuiAsrra lltardaB, who m. in I71f, 



I. ThomaA. \itU> of Aahle 

near llrifttol, married M 

and Itad iwrne. 

Thomas Bonville, of I 

Manor, in the c< 

Here font. 

Eliutbi-tb. 

3. Joseph, m. Hester Ash, 

issue. 

Joseph, who married 

sin Sarah >V>rr.dat 

Robert Were, of Po 

has ii>9ut>. as before 

I. Elixnlielh, m. lo \^'JlliNm Mi 

est), of Wiiitbury . in the co. o 

{n viiutiKer brollierof JobaMj 

esq. of Melksbam. trhose aolt 

ter and beirf&D. Hester, ma 

1767 the Lord William &• 

uncle of (be preM-nt l>uke o( 

set, sec Bi'RKe'« Prerayt ■« 

nr/ajfr), and bud iMue, 

I. John Matravers, m. Ma 
ler. and d. without iritiw 
3. Thomaii Matravers. Ml- i: 
Crosby , and bad iMur. 
ElizJibclh, m. Thomi 
eiW|.i>f(.nifton, amt b 
.1. William Matravers. as 
bctb Fox, dnuKbter of 
Fox. esq. of Wadebrit 
Anna Were, and has ia«i 
William-Fox, marrl* 
line Howanl, of 
and has issue, 
William. 
Jobn- Howard. 
Thomas. 
Ednard, and 
ten. _ 

John- Fox. an officer 
kin|;'s huusrbuld. 
I. Kliiuibith Alatravi-r«, « 
ford Gibbs, eM|. and by I 
Mav h daughter and 1ml 
8usan Uihbs. m. Abnhi 
low. csq.ofHeyw 
in the county of 
whom she bas. 
Abraham Lodl 
wood House 
Susan-fjiiillow Gl 
inlHI7.SirKAlp 
CO LopM. ban. 1 
MariMow Haa« 
county of 
has i»ue. 

Richsnl Huanaaor*. 
iHer nalabsu-.tlie' 
iNcrosD, asq. of Bt 
hsritfd her sntailfd 

dsDicbter and bisr*>«s. 
S»atHSi;MMKRs,n. I 
w-onhr.Mq.ofMfl 
aiiil wa« ambtv ofi 



bnhi 
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WF.UR, OF WFXLINGTON AND POOLE. 



143 



Mam^v liOprx. 

Kalph-Ludlon Lopcx, 
and other cliilitrpn, 
(sv^Bi litirs Pe*r- 
aijr mud Baronet' 

•Jf'-) 

S. Hnu>r Matr>*«ra. m. Joseph 
Metfon), eiM). ind linii isaur, 
JcMcph MeironI, m. Loitjaii 
St<yiiiour,ol'Uclitii>»l House, 
in the rounly of Wilts, and 
bsi srvrril children. 
AnnrEiliff Miirnnl, iDRirled 
Willitim Wright, Mq. of 
JirUlol. andtijuiiflue eler«n 
i-hildr«n. 

'l\Miia, m. E<lwiin) Fox. ev\. of 
WRtl<-bH(l({e. in ihe county of Com- 
Wftll, fttid bitd iwac. 

I. Oeorgr Foi.i". Fmncrii J«mM, 
noli has in»u« three sods and 
Ihree dau^btr-rs. 

Otitme, M. Eleanor Rawei. 
Bdmrd. 
m-Fox. 

lees. M. John Atleii, ew]. 
•r Lbkeard. and had isuue a 
d«ug;)>tiT, Frances. 
Anua-Fux. 

Rel>rtva-!M.{llt)iH-Pox. 
1. Thomas Fox, olTonrdalc House, 
■war Wellinicton, n*. Snnih.daui 
•f ThoRtAs Smith, r94). batikt:r in 
LoodoD, and has imur. 
Tbonms. m. (-'alht-riiie Alex- 
andrr, uf I|t3i<ri(-)i, aihI hnfl 
TUiit)iia», \*»A othrr Iftsue. 
Edvrnrd. m. Ilannu Alexander, 
aad tiaa Edward • Uvkes, 
Alexander, and niher chil- 
dren. 
8; ivRniis. m. Mnnr Sanderson, 
'and ha* Sylraiiua, andollker 
rhildrrn. 
^Ainiiel, m. Maria Middlclon, 
andbasMiddleton.unJuUier 
childrrD. 
Henry, m. Rachel Crewdson. 

of Kenijat, and Khs i»iie. 
Cliarles, m. Saiah Crendaon. 
and has iaaue, Uilwortb and 
Crvwdsoa. 
Sarali. 
AHna, M. Jcihn Saodcnon, a 

inrrchant in London. 
Uary. di<-d young. 
Eli7nh«.Ht), w, James Charlton. 
3 F^wuril Vi>\, m. Mary Hrowu, 
al L^iidraLe, and has tnaur, 
EdManl. m. Jane Musiriuick, 

aitd has iasoe, 
OeoTKc M. Hnfhel HinKStoti, 
o( Ptytnoulh, and has i^aue, 
Viudi, Ml. Rachel Worinsley, 
udbai issue. 



Mar)-. 
Anna. 

Cliarlotie. i 

4. Robert-Were Fox, m. Dorotbyp3l'* 
Hiof^slon, and biu Issue, 

Hobcr(-W«?re, (if Exeter, m. 
Rnihel PridoADX, of King*- 
briilge, and ttM is«ue. 
Dorothy. 
Rachel, died young. 

1. Mary Fax, ni. Sylvanoa Beran, 
of Swansea, and has istae, 

Paul, m. first, Hcb*t;ca Cap- 
per, and had issue, mid se- 
condly, Judith Dillnju. 

Sylranus. died witliuut JMtie. 

2. Elixabelb Fox. ta. William Ma- 
travcr*, as iilready etutt-d. 

til. Mary, »«■ George Croker Fox, esq- 
tti FAl'mouth, and had issue, 

1. Georjce-Croker Fox, of Grove 
Hill.iicar Falmouth, m.CatlieriJia 
Young, of Leominster, and bad 
issue, 

OeorKe-Crokcr.ofGroreHtll, 
m. Lucy, daughter of Robert 
ilarclay, esq. of Bury Hill, 
iu the county of Surrey. 

Cathertue-Pa\tou, died uum. 

2. Robert- Were Fox, w. Elizabetb 
Tregellis, of Falmouth, ajid bad 

Robert- Were, m. Maria, ano- 
iKer daui^bter of Robert 
Barclay, of Bury Hill, and 
has issue Robert- Barclay, 
and two daughters, Anne- 
Maria, and Caroline. 

Geor|i;e-Pbilip. 

Joahua, niHrriud,aDdbas iasoe 
four children. 

Alfred, m. Surnh FJoyd, of 
Uirn)iiii;)iHm, and baa HTe- 
ral children. 

Henry, died young. 

Charles, m. Sarah Hastier, of 
Yorkshire, and bas isaue. 

Le»is. 

Charlotte. 

Elitubetb, ni.WiUiam Gibbitia, 

of Worcester. 
Mary-Anna. wt. Francis Tuck- 
el, of Frenchay, near Bristol. 
3. Thomas Fox, t«. Mary Tiegel- 
lis, of FaliDouth. and has issue. 
Tlioaia»-Were, a Dierchant at 
PljHiouili. m. EUxa Grigg. 
ami has is^tie. 
W illt«tu, a merchant at Gloii- 
eeMer, m. Elizabeth Win- 
dealt, ami has imrne. 
Frederick, dii-d young. 
I. Mary Fox. of Pengyrick, near 
Falmouth. 



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r BrirtBl, oiarrinl Marr 

imAlmmt. 
kaMM Buuf illr, of L'mWl 

Ibaor. in tUe cfmnlj 

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ftabari i'oi4r, 

fc*» liMtr. •• brfcrr kbrwa. 
•. to Wmum Mitiran._ 
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•90 mm Unl Milium 

^Mi* W A* H****"! l>uLc ofL 
•K, ••• BL'Ukl'ft Prrr^* tntt 

I. Ji^ Masn«rra. « Mkry Pcr«< 

Wt, Bad ^. wilboai uanr. 

*> TWi^|latr«i«ri,w.Clu 

Civfby. Mri had i—>. 

EMaftWik* «. TkiwM WMta,] 

M^.of Clifton, nnd ku iHVft.] 

IL WEISaa IfjiirKVrni, «. Dii*^] 

btth Fox, daoshUFr of £4wmf4i 

Aww Wen. wmI faiM iirar, | 

WiUum-Fra. BurM Cv*-i 

Use l?nw«ni, of l|W«ieh.] 
AB«1 bas Hsnr, 
WilliwB. 
Joha-llowwd. 
Tbamaa. 
EUwanl, and bra duf^ 
Irn. 
iik»'P«s, u oCeer is 
khc'* bM>rbold, 
I. Etbsbirtli Mklmvrn, m. U«^i 
«onl (SIUm. cmi. •^ ^y l>i» ^ 
ianv a daagbtar aad htirw. 
Sana OfGw, Ri.AhnlHM Lai- 
low, M^-of Hnrwood Ho«i^ , 
Id Hm cwurtj af H Uto. ly 
wlmn •ii» ka*. 
AWakaM Ladlaw, of |lr^< 

woad Hmmc. 
Sa«u-Udlo« Oibte. ». 

CDl Ml 

MAii.»- ...;te 

eouaiy uf |>»«a«. «rf 



Ruhan) Saanara, »q. af 
( llu omU bm, tW put Ji 

b«U«l 1m* «qUtM alMnl. 

a lit • AvwanMk. C««m«C4b> 
«bj WW HMlH* of • 'lIlHj 



WF.RK, OF WELLINGTON AND POOLE. 



143 



Hal pb- Ludlow Lrjpei, 
xnd ollii-r rhtlilrrn, 

wpe itmd Barimtl- 
aye.) 
%, Hmi^r M»tr«f«n. m. Joavph 
MrtfoH, »«). and bw mue, 
JoMph >K-ift>rd, m. Louisa 
8«\itiour.or tltflmotitHousr, 
tn tbc rounly of W'ilu, Knil 
bai MTvrnil rliildrcn. 
AanrEllii Mftrf^nl, married 
Wtlliam Wrifcht, mq. of 
Bristol, luid baBiHue vleveo 
children. 
Am*. *. EdwHPd To*, e^q. of 
FaidrbridK** '" '^^ counlv of Corn- 

1. dearrv Fox.ai. Fnnen JftiDCt, 
••d ba* iesue ihrci! sobs aod 
tbrv« d«n|[bl«rd. 
0<»ri;r. M. Elcaoor Rawes, 

Kotwn-Fax, 

Pranrva. m. John Allen, esq. 
of LlKkmril. ftod liad iaiue ■ 
lUufcbter, Fniiic««. 
Aena-Fox. 

B*Wrca-FliitHp»-Fn«. 
. TboBU Fo«,u(Tunr<lnlf^HoD)te, 
mr%r WrltinKlon, m. Samli.daii. 
of Tboinas Smilli.etH), baiikt'r lu 
lAndoQ, and ha« iMue, 
Tbotnaj, n. (^albrrine AIfx- 
•itd)*r, o{ Ipswicb. niid haa 
Tb'itnaa, nnd olhrr isHiie. 
Edward, at. Hnnn> AI>-VHrider, 
and ba* Filward - Dykes, 
Alekaudcr, and ntbcr chll- 
drfo. 
ItylraaKa, m. Mar; 8and«rftoii. 
ami bu 8y Wauuf. and otbrr 
diUdrro. 
{Umnrl. IN. Mnrin Middletoii, 
and Itaa M'ultllr tu ti , and oXiie r 
ebitdrrn. 
Hmrv, m. Racbel Crewdaon. 

of Kendal, and baa Usitr. 
Cbirlea, m. Harab Crcvdmn, 
aod baa uaar, Dilwurlli and 
Orrttdaon. 
ftandi. 
Aaaa. m. John SaodenoOt a 

mflrcbnnt in London. 
Mar^. tlird jronng. 
f'rT,rit>>rlb, m. Jauirlf*har(Uia. 
I. v, w. Marv tirown, 

ki?, and ba* iitaur. 
£d««id, M. Jaaa MuMrinick, 

■ltd luw iuur, 
Grofxv. •"■ KnobrI HinfEBton. 
of Plyrnoutii. anil hn* iMuii. 
Fniacia«m. Itscbet Wormla/, 



Mary. 

AnoR. 

Cliarlolle. * 

4. Robert-Were Fon, m. DorothypS*** 

Ilin^alon. and baa iastie. 

Roberl-WiTf, of KxPtw. m. 
Rnchel Prideaux, of Kiugt- 
bridge, and baa Uauc 
Dorotfajr. 

Raobal, died young^. 
I. Mary Fox. n. Sylv&nua Bevtui, 
of .SwBiiMa, and bos uaac. 
PaiU, m. first. Rcbrcca Cap- 
per, and had \$»ar, and se- 
condly, Jtidith Dilln-yu. 
SyWantiH, died nitbout U4ue. 
%. Eli»)betli Fox.m. U'Uliam Ma- 
(ravers, as already stated, 
rii- Mary, m. George Croker Fox, eiw|. 
of Kalmoutb. and bad JHur, 

I. Oeorge-Crwker Fox, of Grove 
Hill.ocarFalinoutli, m. Catbf rine 
Young, of Leotniu8Wrr and bad 
U»ue, 

George-Crokcr,ofGrov(» Hill, 
m. Lacy.daagblerof Robert 
Barclay, esq. of Bury Hill, 
ill Uie county of Surrey. 
Callifrine-Pajtoa, died unm. 
a. Robert-Were Fox. m. Elianb^'ih 
Tregellis, of Falinouili, and bad 
issac, 

Kobert-Were, m. Maria, ano- 
iber daughter of Robert 
Barclay, of Bury Hill, and 
ban i«auo Robert- Bare lay. 
and two dduglilers, Anne* 
Maria, nnd Caruline. 
Georgc-Pbiliii. 
Joftliuii, married, and bos iMue 

fdur cbildrrn. 
Alfred, m. Harab Uoyd. of 
Birniin);bain, and baa seve- 
ral children. 
Henry, died >imng. 
Cliartea, m. Smab Hustler, of 

Yorkshire, and has issue. 
Lewis. 

Cliarloite. 

ElixnU-Ui, nt.WUliaoi Uibbini, 

of Worcester. 
Mary-Anna, tn. FrancisTnck- 
et,ofFrencbay.near Bristol. 
a. Thomas Fox. m. Mary Tr«gel- 
Us. of FKlniuulh, nnd has issue. 
Tliunia»-Were, a viercbnnt at 
PI)iuoulh. m. Eliza Grigg, 
and has isouf. 
'U'tlUani, H nierrhant at Glon- 
resler, m Elixahcth Win- 
dfall, and has isaue. 
Frederick, died young. 
I. Mary Fox, of Prngyrtck, near 
Falinouth. 



146 



o'Mi:li.oy, 

StanDarb^Urarri to ittr Sint in jQiTlanlr 

MULLOY, COOTE, e»q. of Htif-Iislown, io tlie county of RoRcomrooo. rlitt-f and 
repi-Oflcnlative of tlic anciunt MiWsian family of O'iMuIIh^, 
" Slaridard Bonrors to llic Crownt* of Ln^land in Irflnnd,"] 
m. in 179;», Mar>', eldest dau^tor of Wjlluim Llo^J, Mq.1 
of Kuckrille, in the sauiu county, and biu i&sue, 

CooTR, in boly ortU'rH, wlio tirddct) Alrrin, t^Mttt dou.' 
of III* Uto Kobtrl KiiiK I>ukt', esq. of Sew PaH.iaJ 
the counly of Sligo, and baa two auiiii, 

CtHVTE.. 

Robert. 
William-J antes. 

Mnry. 
Hi'iMty. 
Mttri;nret. 

Mr. MuIIoy succeeded his father in 1826. He w a 
traU> luid deputy- lieutcnaiit for tlio county of Kusrammaa. 



Tbft family of Q-Miilloy. • 



Ufnctigr. 

of Ill-know- U'NiAiu 



lodgi-d Mili'^inii d4'#<'t'Dt. otijoys ibc burt'di- 
tar>' boiior of stanilHrd-lK'art* r Io (he cr»wii 
of EoKland in Irolaiid. (t lU-rivrs from 

* Th« (bllowin^ Bresom^ourioDapnniooluBrp- 
liitire to lh« «arlr tD«nilM>r» of tlie rnmily. 

I'nan Ihn lira:!! f>r ll'llriiMr, Gtrelil mny («md> 
nmilr called CauibreiMia, iircbde4U!on of St. Du- 
vid*B) hirin;; wfuwxl tlw »r«r(thmliif Ferns) frnm 
Jobn. Kurl of Itlorton (nfterwardu i.ing), Alhiu 
O'Multny w*s flm-tiil. H» n-aa linit a DKmli, luid 
aAcrwnnU. Abbot of Ualtia^loas. and appnn to 
have bueii a aeolons but iotMnparatA nun. H« 
hiul a my ui^ry dtajiuro witk Caatbrmnis ia 
Mid-l4-ni l'l6.'>. it friu a* tbllowi: 

Jiiliti rmiiiu (tliM Ai liUh>)|i> bavinf; ooorcnBd 
a irnod in Chnstclmrrh, pnncliMl hitnwlf dit> lii^it 
dav on t}if SitrmmMiU. On tliv n«cond day, Albiii 
iVMnllriv ( Abhdl of Itnluii^liUH.ariemimlii lli^lidji 
of Fenw) [ir^iwhwl on clerirai ftrictorii pfrnttr'-l' ; 
wbrrisiri l><> invinc;tifil bitlt-rl* a^alnil i)ii< Kti^'li'^li 
flercT. who rump into Irvliiiiil. iintt hv thwr nvil 
(■xaaki>W bad viiinted (ha probitv atnl iiitMOnaco 
of the clergy of Irwlaad, tthich Atev u|Mn hini 
CanbreaAa tbt auxncnt be hud «nd4>d. 

Alhiii tfD)piic«d in a fur more berioiM and mason- 
ablv coDtoM witb WiUinta .Mtnhal, Far) of IVai- 
krolte, wbo bad rorciUy ili*»t-i4<^ him of two 
raaoors iM-tonjj^iuK In bis lunliiijini-'k. Tbo fur) 
bfiii;* ruritiimarit)us diitl uniliT ■■xcofoiDuniratiaii, 
onj in \'i^0 lilt- hiOi>i]> ncni to l^iidon Io ruiii- 
plain of the injunr iuam Io th(> church, f bp Liii); 
comrnnndf'd faitn to p> ><> tb>< t-strS'* tiimli and ati- 
aolv» him, and )>t4mi««K) he would efid^-arirtir 'o 
olitaiu lijin aBtuGH.'t»un toni tlw youiijf Earl Viil- 
bnm. 

\Vber«apoD th« bishop. tircoR)ptini«d by tb« 
bine. (llaNKv III ) wtit to ibi- i:t«v», and mid, 
" William, tliat Wn* li«-M wnpiifd iti tbp bonda 
ol racoiainNiiii-atitm, ii' whal Umu bant iiijuriuUKly 
taken be realMnl by ibw kin^. or thv Iwirn, m (by 
frii'uda, with ooiuj>L<imit autuiCKtriMi, i abn.'tn 



of ifir ntnr hiutn^rt, MoxRcii nr ' 



ALL IllKLANO, A. I>. ;t7 1 , rblinic UTtHfli u 

" one of llie uio«t icnllaot of &1I the 
of tbe Milesiau race." 



thte; othprwiae, / mlr/v ftr ir^itnte* : ibail 
wrapp^ ia thy ainji, l^u ma^t'ai rvnaiii 
for «vit! " 

The king wna dia|iliTaM>d with t!ia ripiur id \ 
biahiiji, bat mntil not pivrail irub th« irouatf i 
l» re«tor<> thi^ oivnor*. I'liv \-vuu|f *mA oa 
four br(itk«rs ilirJ aftt^rwanU, wtthout iaauf 
and tbe »U|>pmiuoua pi>ai>le ilM>u^h( il tu Iw Uv 
efl'i'Ct of tlie vtcimuiiuniratitiii. I >or f-rrUir ttttd 
at an admiiroil ag* flb4>at llw rloa* of tba 
ittl, hanog gorarned tb^ aM of l-'«ma tJurtr-i 
veius. 

Cnrioas circtunitantwa attmdiuf i)m> rlartatM i 
two kni>;ht« of ihp abire, la aervc in iwrhaa 
fur Ihn Kiiig'a Connly, whicb eleciioB look 
2I.WI April, HJt;I. 

Ileaiih'rala nurintta llihr-mica, >■ 

Tb.' ft>-<<lK>lil«>ni HiUfrnMnd in I'li 
bIm-i kiii^rlila. snj »-ini« of the Iri^i i 
(Millfl tn^hthifr \\>f famp aMKIiirif;, nttMod 
ftljpriti to The «hir4--bfHl«', bolworqi n;^t 
oVlitrk. wiwru tbe writ lirin(; rnut. Sir 
KuiUh?, and Sir Adiun L>i<lu«, ^ancwatdr' 
,ft'rit Vi*r<:iuitu Elv), w«n> |>ru]iaundnl 
of iIh- fret'liiildi-m OS Ibr H*\rmt meo lo ba I 
llnl l'hi!i|i O Da^un ur'.i . ' tti* 

MM-><nd lu-L* (iriiaati** itt , Le acid i I 

Kirrn llicir OKniPS fur ■■ :,, ii^c Cauch 

and (lallngh U'.MulIoy," wbom itiev bod 
alrxady. and would have lu-oe otbna ; and ' 
•b-lit cfthjr iIh^ lini. llifv rrit-d out " Mar t'r 
and O'.Mulktyi" '|W oi]M>r atdf. lu tb* nui 
of «ixT(^>n. foire their vuti'ii ; " 
Husbe and Sir A. l<ufluB. 'Vl>- 

reiVNl tbe pa)(era,ind fwailv it|< : -.;ul 

Mac Coiicblan and 0'Alalb>T,<liiiTin(;Uiei 
uuialter nT luuiiwa in iJk* /iit), wtovb lodrati 
HL'fi- xcejittnj br ibe higb-aberid*; yet, soil 



Mtritor. OP HUGHSTOWX. 



w 



" of tltir ttiit? bo>> 

(iiiic ill lii« Leepiit):. 

iincfMorofllirtSHKAT 
-I whom Tir-(lt*«'ii, or 

.CfuiA^ii. prtHCPiiitorof O'Dos- 

I, 

!y l» rnnw 

.11 liitf. Aiicl ouli- 
,iie4 .. .. - 'Ir.iiun of J{,,. 

lA'W'b: ■ ■ '(ory t-xtlu- 

r»til> (..- lb i>l' .Vti»//. 

faau4»c« ul lirLiud.* 

Tfcr sM-:*-ii! t.rrit'iry of ttils ramtly, »i«, 

! ''.Iii^ tlir linrDiiir» 

■'if K)ii|f'»coumy) 

III llir 6th milury 

>i uf llii' Kii:;Iij|i 

til till* ycAr lOII. 

UiriDi for in rlic 

■■Bi^iiuii "I iiU:ii.i<ir I. wbirli fullowtrd 

Roj^r MourfV iiidurrt-ition. 

■--'■' ■■' '■'■ '"■MicJiml 

: ty. or 
., ■ ■ .'■!'. .Iiiy, o( 



;j f*i!/it.!i.% Hib^rnici," 
r Ftfrt'Mll ia 
rff. id rx- 
iptvluhitity 

t"'iiicily 
_ tn I lip 

. I.- il ninny 

I lUrr COIIJH— 

in - ri iltr'» lliur- 
»y). Ml «rl| 1.^ itt llic 
. mr fuiil lilt" r<il|iji«jlJ^ 



-4-. 



will Sir K. 
numliMr n( 



■ -s*!inv .'.■ 



fe^*- 



S£ii 



w 



Hin w~j» ttt-f iiiii'oiKiiir'.n aiDi'tiv;*! thw 






• numrnitcd, lu some of tlie euUcs li«rt 

'illtiilriJ t" : 

I. I ;[e. 

3. i ' (ruins). 
S. Ltrui.iit.i^it HABlle. 

4. Uro-liilJ {•.i>ili.. 
a. RhiIiIiii (Villf. 

t). ClouLt'i-iie r.'uidi'. Ice. Ice. 
Surnaii)i-> W4TR foiit ^heu tu ilistin^iiiah 
faniilird Uy Itriaii Itoiruiiiilii', (the Utro ul* 
lUtt o'li^ljnilrd bnlllc 111' CluiiUrl'). Tlie 
prni^tii r ujuiillirn linrrow)) l>> llir (Ifrniims, 
rri'iioh.niid lt4liniiA.b Tli« imnif dI'MiiIIdv 
in derived from tlic Irith words *' Mulluaqh 
ah /-fWf," i. u. "tlif from nf thr &«rr(/f.''t| 
iind tliiit linivf cUu, liy llii-ir imwt'iu'i<?d op- 
miftitioti til till' Ku);li»)i in di-fiMiui' tif llieir 
JierrUitary iI'ttniuiuiiA, wliilo u tfiiAljIu (kusi- 
tioti r«-ntnirit'd, nbuitdiiutljr provt>d tlmt (liry 
iiit^ritcd \\w n|)|)4>)latioit. For n spiirp uf 
1H4 yi-ars, ttLit ia from I )72 (nlicii llie V.w%- 
\\9\\ (irsi Kot itoiisca^iici of tlii' i^lnnd) to 
1667. (tlio ;ird of l*iiit.tf and MtRT). thry 
nminrAiiii-d tbiir itiili-pi-ndriict* ncKiiiiit the 
iiiitiilnrn. Iiidct-d, itixortliii^ lu I^ir J;inicA 
Wiirr, ttivy nert- in ii|i(K»giiif>n lo the Eiijs- 
lii<li povrnimrnt ai n tain- pt-iiod, for kooq 
iiRiT till* npi'oiDtniciii of Sir Hcury Sidtit-y. 
ns v\\r kirtl ju»tii-e, wo find, to um? Iliv tvurds 
of .Sip Jitiiii*»,i t " (je dirrcU'd liia iNilmirs 
.-igainPt Arlliiir O'MiiMny. L<irO nf Fc*n.iilly, 
wild liarlioiircd n-Iirln imd br^.iii new fai:- 
liond. ntid a jireul part of ttiitt toiiiiTry bviiie 
ti(trn«'d »iid |duiidt-n*d, be coufTrtii iJiu 
lord«lii|)on Tlirolmld MuHoy. Vrtlmr's bro- 
(li(-r, nbo [Tivr hid poii lu ft |ili-d):c ilml be 
Hbiiiild \n' fnilliful to \\\v iiiiprit.'' Il miiy 
Imvc lirvn tlinl )>i'«-tili.ir »4'vi?rily w.ie cufr- 
t^Urd liy Sir Ifi-riry Sidiipy »|fniii!it tliiA d.in, 
iiiiuniui-b uri titrir cbicf hnd, (ictordiii^ In 
|}i(> Butliuht} of llic nborc-airiitiuiird biv< 
I'iriiui. " tHtyrn aOitftanrr in ih*f pnv'pdine 
yvAt, 1067. lu thi' <{Ut^>n. and givvn ^lvtlgi<«, ' 



tr ' ■■■' ibtWn-ji ill i)» Mtfttf." (Vidl 

t. I *, I j»iit<Mi iiiliuiiii, I7.V4)> 

rl. »...|. il. 

•\Mfif Siil- 

..i.i...tior 

I ■■ . Sir 
I'-Mii.M, diMVp^iir ti> III* 1,41'ka.jJ Mmtq, 
lord Mb; Uiltiiun OuvblM- id 1469) 
■ \.f. irii1lTi);li rjiiii i "' ulld "I foimJ 

(lifD," njti ■ lu.. " »• ' ' l>•l|•^ uiilUtin^ ikt 

HvfluJt tangu», y«it Ui.^n. .;_~,..t.^' Jib LntUl, iie. 
Ac. 

' Vidf Oilid]4tfw't lliiLof Iri'bmJ. O'Con. 
niirV DiHa-rtstMioa, AbM Oougbej^'a Ili«Ukry oC 
In-lwxl. \c. 

t S«j Sir V. 1". ■- "*i|.. 

t Vidr n. I, Kifil. 

I K- ■■! 

{ Il Si-i irt-I.in<l. 

n N-< ' I II nf tJNfrn Maiit, 



143 



MULLOY. OF HUfiHSTOWN. 



tiring cnuft^ WJ It) du by Thunin* Radctifi'c, 
E*rl (>r SuAiu>\, ihrn lonl liruu-tumt v( Irr- 
liind. Iiidoml wii are Udd by Sir Jamr*. 
Wurr, UiDt fifteen ycnri prcvioualT. nftn)<>l> 
IWl. '■ idmofll lUl the *jr*at onrt of the huh 
extraction did litivwii>r #uliiuil lhvni»c;h-rs 
lo ilir l^irtl f>i.-|>ut) Si. U-tii-r. nad hnik iln' 
oalli of allcj-iiiiic"', n* tl'flarroll, O'Moon*, 
(yjHtUliijt. lyCunur, AkC. he." 

Id Um> " Ufftidcrnta CurioM llibcruica." 
(p. fCI), wc tind il euu>d u* rolloHa : •• Tlie 
riMtiit:* lo b* tirti ufivH a prupita offorftUurt, 
oeithrr to LiL*' iijion them any Iri^li nnnic* 
nf tnynor^. a» O'Konkr, O'MHllnif, \c. h.C. 
Sir. iiur Ml up, nor ai^isl wn> tu u?iiirp llu-se 
namra ;" io jtinlouA vivfp ttir KuKltnh iif ibe 
brrrditftry rlAim.i aim! disiiilitA \>y which 
the Milcsinn dyniuu eri4lrnct'd tlwi Bupe- 
rioHly of thfir riftbb. owr Uium wbkh Un 
fitrmrr, u MtUen, nenly dvfircil rrom 

In Uut rare and inrkloable MS. rntillpd, 
'*Alinal« or Ibe Tour MnMcrs," whicb bu 
Berrr bfcii bul jtarhalli/ tniusUtcd into 
EnjtlUb, and wbk-b it driHt>ited iii ibe tibrnry 
of the Koyal ln»h Aoadruiy. a very ruhuiii 
Irftt i* lo h«* found of hII tbr rbirf* of die 
Rrpttl MilrKinn r^milicfl who wi-r»- rnlillcd 
to utti-rid lb*? iMtrlitiiufril uf ilic- hIiuIi* king- 
dom in Ibr y*'iir I.^S.'i. Tbi.4 in k rrniiirk- 
hUc prrittd in Iriah bi^tory. no otbcr tbali * 
Pale I'u-liuuicul b.ivtnK been pn^viously 
brld io Inland. In (bis li«t Coiiall O'Mul- 
loy (Oiv thru cbivf r>r Felt-nil} it rxpri'Mly 
mriilitincd. CuiiaU eiibftri|uriii|y surrvu- 
di-rrd biit IrikU Id (iurrn 1r.lt /.httt-XH^ And 
b«d a rr'-^nipl tbcrrur by patent in 1000. 
A vuungrr koii of Ibis aucJ4-tit H«'pt, 

Cut. A>rHoKT Milijiy (ihirty-thinl in 
dfwcriil from Fmchnda. son of Niall of tbc 
nine h(>»taf£VB, and (■'nth I'rom llnt;h Mor, 
or (IrvMl U'Mulluy, bird n( cbr b-rriliTy of 
Fi-rcall, cbirf of Itia rutme) (■»iigrab>it iv> tltr 
ronniy uf Ho«roniinon iu ihr cnrly pftrl of 
EuuBbTti'a riipi. and rf . 'ilitli Jiiiy. lUUJ. 
Triilitkiu a(lntiotbiitrii|>i, AnIbuny Mulloy 
was •/•ni into ComiiitiKliI witb i»(n*fr» but 
little inferior to tbosc of Ihr prrflidrnl uf 
that pniitnor, and bt> id iiMniclimr* rrro- 
BfouAly Rieutionrd lu- the prrsidrtit binisrlf. 
It la IlLi-lv hr n:ro provtml marvluil, aa he b 
c«ulMDil< III the BUMt aantrumAry 

colour*. ' ' naa aotDc yv*n mtttr 

brtd by Sir (.'t>.iiii» CdoIit, faUier of Ihr 
firaf Karl of Mmitilralb. 

Capl. Anlhorty hlultny (i-iinimoiily i-Mltrd 
Grmm Mull'iy, Iniiu Uir colour of bis uut- 
form) promrod a larf;<' srunt of iaiid, in- 
rbiduit- ttx- manor of LrlbaLecra (onw 
t'oolp llri"' l'--.-''*luwii (lite »eol of Ibr 

i>rt-ariili - , r»t).) 8w-. fcc. Heat. 

Ivniint 1>>— - .. ...: :lin family of Duwrlj, ijf 
Mantua Huuar^ and bad a aoo and auc- 
csMor, 

WrujAN O'Miitov, nb« ia alyM b^ 



UnIicc. in bi» Ptvmgf of Irelaad. *« 
^n-iil O'Miilltjy.nf I ifblrrbrm, in llici 
of Hotk-iminioii, kuicbt uf ihi* «hirv and go- 
rrrnor of that county." At a auHrttoK a{ 
nil iltt i;rntlcmcn of Koaronitnon, hrld aCJ 
Balliiit>>bber, Mtwbit'b Sir Lucaa J>illou prr-^ 
»-i<li-d. wr findbi* tiHrncriiiiuirTatrd llOjcrthcr 
nitb till- uninrB uf Sir \'\u\, Rnurkr, Sir L. 
Dillon.flwr.icf.J.i. " ' 

and look, an oalh ' 

pr«rof{»Tiv4> and tin iiri[iii*ii r'-ngmo. tir 
m, Mnrearf I Clifford, aud IukI Ibnr iom mkI 
thrre daofcbiers, viz. 

I. IiD««itb. who n. Mary, dan^blrr of 
tbi- O'Cnnor Hon, nml bad r ton, 
(iitr.vx K|rM.ov, who m. Elinor, daa. 
of Sir Maurice liurky. knt. wad wa 
father of V.wn. WillIIU MuixoT, il 
thtf aervioe of J.tvi:?i II . %tbo m, Al< 
•on. daugbliT tif Si- ■ I'M 
bitrt. of .S(innni;b, in \'' . > 
had ont? ftoii, Tbrobald Mu.lov. ca 
lain iu the iti*r>ii-e uf ibt* iia| 
Portui;»1, H. §, p. 

II. (.Visor, oI whom preaenily. 
I. A]iDe. Ml. iir»t. lo (!barle« IFTniiar, 

rat), uf BAlliDlobbrr. aon of 8ir Uag^ 

U'fVfnur, by nbum sbr bad iaaov, 
(Inrn O'Conor, nbo folIowMl tlu 
fortuiit-auf t'.oi'i ■ - i| ».. ft — _ 
drrv, and tli 

pany in the 1 ■ : . , 

rt.-|i,'in>i-tiL Kv ibt.' ai-l of arttk- 
ni«*m bi* rstati'k wrrr rr«lDrt4 fei 
liim, llr hi-i^'Mmr knbanittpvflly 
giitrrnor of \lb1nnr. am! hni^ 
»t*ul to Kiigland wilh tltr truopa 
appotnti'd lo o[ipo*r W It UAH*' 
landioic. vim inadr prjaooar 
confined in ibc i-sailr of Chawlvr, 
Hbrrr be <i' *■. leavtOB; 

by Lady T> i no OMila 

tMur-, wlitT'-iij ill- rautra dr* 

volvod rill his brotlicr, 
Charles lI'L'onor, Krandfatlivf rtf 
(lie rrlrbrntcd Cbarlr4 O'l'oBAf, 
M. R. I A. 

Anne (ft'M'illoy} OTonor wv^dad. 

Nft'ondlv, FiIiiiumI [>ni<iii, t.r.iib<-| 

Theobald. 6nt\ 
II. Mury, ni. to I'l 

Li>nurt. in CavHii >^ ' ,. ..i • .< 

a aon. John, leb'i I't '■'•■ < ii^ -: -i 

It uf Liiu'na Dillon, brother lo 

Karl of KuM!'iiitni>>n. 
iti. KlentHira, ru !>> ('nlb^r lt«i' *'' 

mot. •AHU rhlrf o( Moylat 

mollirr waa Margwl do hai^^ 

(.'lanricardj. 

-..,•1 .,.0. 

1 Miv. m. Janr, ilavchirr nf Ktt 

Hi ..-,:. .I- .J TV-lltvl.»r«rlWly- 

■hannoii, by ' u KU nifr, a tf^ 

ccDilant uf il. TtkaaMMad, ajid had 

IIKItt, 



Tt 



MULLOY, OF IIUGIISTOWV. 



I4» 



TMtoaAUi Ml'IXOt (ciJIwI hy corruption 



-•ion of cup- 
ii'i nrniv nl 



iml tic nould rnll 

. and c-hoo9u wliMl- 

11 tliv roynl iitinL 

! KviR'r.t'lir Liner's 

.1 i^hrrrfiilly pivi- 

">,£» nHi) (lititul*. This 

( lit' forry yrars of »ge, 

uU ..>T, .1 I'l \n- rulilcn by wiy but 

(AA csfKAiu, Hixi >«)i''it br bernn to gel 

iff, wu (vt ran for life. Hi? bccnme bo 

', tbat be o»i?d In cutnp (o llif hull 

'4oar wmI ml lin'a«l 'kiI "f tlx- liaiiil. 

Th(«)i>M. «liu Tobrn* Mullny, &fi|>ciirs in 







TahiMM 

r ■ 






ThMfaAlO 






ktoUDlril by Ihf il)- 
«o sol for niii>tiiif the 
3II lull*. lt.'Ui;iti«iibi, 
ta I6M, Henry 
"I tlciMily. Cnptiijn 
• •iiiirtl 0(M' of Ibr roni- 
luiily «»f Hf>m'oiiimoii, 
imt wift-, k dJiti}; li- 
no luuo i but by 
'>wi'. be )tad two 
ixl Willinm, wbii 
-iny. t.'npi, 
irniitcrl four 
I irr Mir ibif COiintV 

■1 (if Wiu.:«in Uf. 
Lii Ron, 
This Kmtlfnnan 

>" iMT^iunded 

I', uiiil (tad 

11 rr ("V 

' nhicli 

nl lliF balliT- of (bn 

byt •Kivctil'-''r», Hnd 

' WA» iimred. Ht* 

111* of WlU.IAh's 

1 ViSO was wnundrd 

Hrttp-r VdAtui (iif the 

I*, 
. v> t voper, of Cooper'i 
bqt kad no Ubuc. 
( .1-..,.,. .. ..: - v,llef*. 
Cotm,. of wboffl nt- h*yv to tn'sL. 

QMk» Mallo* rf ip (''fi n t ninrty-two, 

■4 *M «. Iry hii o<> ^ «>n, 

Cflbrv Hfri jiXi', ' ttalowD, A. In 

nwk,a*t - ilnicoon*. ThU 

« prrton of lucb 



wMRr 



J. 

ihtm UlWr w«p rNpuiii 
1 Bny III Hf na» ttir-ti 

rknl 

i«ad «i il.i ^<ct:< 

krc. Ill* 

l^nily 

Hmmih 



*M jvdc^nl a* »■> be i/iqunilly itpjKiiiilpd 
■IwMtnltff undrr Ot/< court 01 cbnncvrj', 
■il Idi 4wWaa* wrrv nvcr knunn lu Ue 
*Marv4. Tbe tii«n lord chanrpllur uRed 
■*««, "dMI o»r Ki ■ n^ry county 



Mr. Mulloy wcddrd in Mny. 174.^, Mor- 
pnrel, dnu'^htpr of J:imc5 I>mli], vko. of 
A rdrt(:b,(i>f The family of nodd.o("Sw.-illow- 
Cflrl, in Hcrk^bire) by Marllia, bi« wifi*, 
diiuc^ht^rr of Colonel Aui.'hninly. iin officer 
iu tiitiff Wii.UMl't nrmy at Uie battle of 
tlic Uoync, nnd bad innie, 
ToBtA.t, bia bvtr. 
James, in holy ordrr*. found dead in 

his Ired uitinarrii'd. 
Coote, aid-de-c-anip to (rrnt^ral Eiistart* 
at the battle of (Jeiujippe, d. autldi-nly 
JD [jondon. 
'WitLUM, now of Diik. Port, (atfe that 

farBiit.-h.) 
Hpi^Ut, m. to tlie late Andrew Kirk- 
n-ood, i'W|. of Castli-lown, and Irft 
two son«, of whom tlic rider, now 
liciilrnant-cnlonfl of ibe 54tb n-^i- 
nieiil, m. Riiiily, (lAU];htt>rorUoucnU 
Coffin, fcovcrijor of til. John's, Nortb 
Aiarrii^a. and uicce of Sir Isaac Cof- 
fin, by tvlioni he had one- floii, Tuwna- 
hrnd Kirknood, and iwo daiiKJit^rfl. 
Mnrpircl, m. lo ThomM Man iJerraott 
Hof, rn\. (if AldtTford, in Uiv county 
of RiMciminon, and had two aous and 
two daiigbtere. 
R«beccn, m. to Jobo Pbihha, e^q. of 
Li»runny, i^TBiidfnilicr, by bio flrst 
wife, of tin- pri-»'-nl CounI<'W of Nor- 
btiry, who jiibcrils hi« estate. 
npton, m. lu thr Hfv. P. Biriuiozbun. 
Mr. Mulloy d. 7tb January, 171>0, and was 
J. bv hid ion, 

'foBiAs MilxoT. esq. of nu^bslown, b. 
mh May, 174**, who wm i«llrd tn the hjir, 
but ncTcr prai-liwd. At the period of the 
union Uv uubliiibrd a pnnipblet A(;ain!(t Str 
Hf rttule* Lanp;rish, nnd in favour of trien- 
nial parlinnienta, which excited consi-U'rablo 
Bitcniion at the time of iU protlut-tinn. Mr. 
Mulloy nt. Supannab,* diiughlt-r of Colonel 
Arthur Kothe, (whose fntbt-r, George Kocbe. 
rei»rf»rnlrd the rily of Limerick in three 
parli^ni^ut*), and has iMue, 
Coorr., hi« beir. 

CliATles, in holy orders, m. 15th Mny, 
1820, MiifKarct. fbli-r of the late Sir 
Kolnrl KiiiB, bnrt. of Charleato«D, 
in Ibc couuty of Roscoinaion, aod 
hiwl issue, 
Charlei. 
Coote. 
Robert. 
Marnrel. 
Mary. 
ArAliella. 
Carntine. 
Mr. Chnrles Mulloy rf. at CoUooney 

* Tliii Soaaamh Koclw waa onuma of the hu- 
inorou* i>n hayU* Uocbtf, ttO wad knowu in U>«> 
Ifudt (■uliiuDiiit. 



150 



MCIXOY. OF IltTGUSTOW!«I. 



OIclic, ortunly nt Sli^o (of wliicli 

pliK'4' lit* WA* r^rtor), in \pri1, IKf^. 

Mr. Mullo^ d. tilth FrlifUiiry, \tf2f>, imil 

wnn I, b) liU rldrflt »<>□. tlir prrsciit raitn; 

Mi'lxoY. CPU- of HiiKlrttowd. 

The affn:v of ln-n-ilil/ir) sliDtlnrd hviircr lu 
tbo trruwu uf Fni^litml in lr>*tiiii(l, rv»\it in 
ihU fumilv. nml Mr. Mullny. nt Oak Fori, 
u in ^'">^•- >|ii»^ friiiii nil 

ortii^iiinl I in ihr iifficc [ 

of ariUA ( i'liiii'i ' '•'[■I, -iv i liomoa I'n f- 
lon. rM), I. IslT Ling at annji, in iJit; \inr 
ItCM, ami Bttrtitnl bv Sir UilliaHt Ik-t'Jimn 
(lilt* prt^enC l.'lslrr), R-|]rc-M-iilin); 0'Mnlti>y 
invrMril with llic runt iirmotir pr<i|>Pr Id Itis 
iillicc, in"diiti>il uputt a ^|j<ci] richly rn|i)iri< 
wiur^l, iM'Aring in his hand ihr utAitilnnl til' 
RBglNOd, BOd apoD his shield t]i<> I'iimily 
■riu*. Tlic poAU>riiy 
uf llogb Mor {ar 
Kri*at> O'MuIIoy. 
Li»rd of Piri»l» Iiav- 
iofc fnitrd in the 
flilpr line, in the 
IK-rsoii of Coniill 
O'hlalloy, cblff of 
his niamr. an<l Lurd 
of Fcri'flll (or I'ir- 
tm\) in thp rt-iun of 
Qnr»n Tl l/.«BrTll, 
(vido O'Miilloy pc' 
lilfTir.aifiiif.QfnTmi) 
llic honours of pti- 
mijj;^'">'"*"P dcTolvo 
upon the posterity of Cn[itiiin Anlliony Mnl- 
loy. who, na we hnvculr'-aily dtiilfd, w«n |hi- 
firat of the U'Miit'riys who ■ctlli-d in Ci»m- 
oniishli Hiid I'Mith ill ilrwi'itt in thr yuuiigrr 
llDi* from thr Hftiil Ilti^li Mor. 

CiMilr Mplloy, rm|. of Ilu)[hito(m {lh« 
linrnl dfucfnilnnt of ('nptviiii AntlKiny) h 
thfri'Torc lt»' prt-^ciit chipf of hi* niime. And 
coiisr<]urntly mTcditiry sLnnd.ird hf-Arcr In 
lh''iTr>wnori;ni:liind in iri-land. Thrprnrnl 
O'MnlluyH in lli>- Kind's t'ounty lH-l>in^ tn n 
branch JHninr to thai of whirh CiptAin An- 
tliuny wn* the founder, (vidi; O'MuIIoy pi** 
iliKtrr', oOicr of anii«). Kn-wrr, in hin 
*■ Ht-autifS of Irt'lahd,'' rtdr»Tt» to thin rir- 
mmstJiDcc (mt tut. il. l^-inatcr, Kini;*v 
cauoly), 1>) ohscninji thnt "Ik'MulIm, nf 
Wyhlrnmr, Miunty of KoMouinion, ( Mhicti 



ptncT is now cnllrd CfKitn llall) Is mppoMNl 
lu he tht' rhirf of Hii' nnmr of M'Miitlr.t 
Whfii il r^rolln:lrd that Wil 
callfd the fifpat O'ltlullny, i- 
nlrcady stntrd. prrttrnt nt n Ui» 

Kovrutiinion iii'iiU'^tnf'D, belli >'(jrr. 

in tliv yvtir 1041. and that lit. vuLt ijor at 
I)i(i44>, who, upon ihat iKTAnion, I'mk, an 
(i.it)) for niftiiitniniiii; thr Rnnifui falliiilic 
religion (vidi* Ihr uIkivp mrntiitiK-^l pr^ra^r, 
«(>i. i«. p. 11X2). il l>ri-uinr3 x-iin-'-l^ 
"rmr|>ri'M', Ihiil iiitlit<i;ml r'-hellion 
brdkr out the tidlowin^t )rar. lb«< n<v^-i 
ol llii* rhii'flJiin (if »ucti he may Ih* drnikin 
ttati il) vhould hftvr brin farfrilrd, Th'-ssl 
p4iAM<^«iiHiii conDinti'tl nf Ihr- K'^'*' alrratlyl 
aiutcd to havr bi-<>n niadn lo Cititalo An- 
thony klalloy (EuiumiTirs rrlsn), anj 
niTc known by the uamc of 1'rlli.ihBrnul 
whirli liirge Irnt.'t ufcountry fell, dnrtnf tlw 
rrlM'lliun, iitio tbr hand* uf th« t>wl », W 
whom Ihi- ltr».| (hnt obtHitipd n footll 
Cunnnnt;ht, wwa Sir CTImrln Cnole, 
lu iliK first EnrI of MountratJi. and bi 
to Hirdiinl. I^nl roliwiwy. 

A division of jhnl pun of thv nuK>r 
Toole lUlI, whiVh slill rrtiins Ibe nanr, 
has. by pnrchn»p. latl'-Hy lurome the prc»-i 
piTly uf H«i;h HnrtiHi, f^ij. from wham MrS 
Mnlloy, ofOaii I'ort, I-'*- ■• •■• >■ 
txtriisivf portion of i ■ 
l.'oolr Hall, now «m,ji- 
muyki hiis nW> by pnrchiuv cnnr lotn ifw 
pi>si<i-»iiion uf lli»* Muk. Porl fiini'T. "p 
lime has ri'itilrnil Ut Iht* di- 
ori^iiibl proprirtors, iht^ jii*i- 
to iliem part of Uic doinaio* ut iWtr 
torn. 

Arm* — Ar^. a lioa rampant u. Ut 
titrrv trpfolls f>;u. 

t'rr»t — K gn'ylmund, (forgrd with • cvk>^ 
Ijir. running by uu oaL trer, ppr. 

Mnlln — Mnlo mori <|uam fard«ri : 
trnnnlAlion of ih<> Irish otoUo is ** FitrtuBA 
and opportunity for rtrr." 

/iVfuf'^— In lhi> couiitin of Roacomaias 
and Lt'itrini. 

Stmt — UagliitiHni. oooDty of Rmtsmb- 




MULLOY, OF OAK PORT. 

UVLtOV, WILLIAM, wq. of Oiik Pari, in the ctmniy of Rwcommon, A. 'J7|l| 
^rtstwr, ITCA, m. I'Jili DitoiiilNir. \79i\ Friinwd, youo^est (Uugbtvr of lite Into 
ir Francb, fwq. of Frrnirli Park, M.P. and hoA iMJc, 

I. CcoFf. II, William. 

III. Artbur-Eiiniinl. 

I. Alicia. 
111. Frnnrm. 

V, Curulin('-A(tfI.tl(If. 

Ir MalloT •ucc^'cJwl la a portion of the reaJ. ami ulmcwt tlj*. whole of lli«* pt^Munl 
(r «f hill fAlhpr. iIip ImIc Cooli- Mtillfiy. cwj. of lluj;liiitywu. 7lh .Innunry. \796. 
ia a uafrutnlo for the county of Ki»u:oininon. and licis twic-f bvcn excused t)it: ulKce 
mtwimit. 



II. MnrKurrl. 
IV. Jaiic. 




^V Fir A^H-r^l unit itnw r^ftT lo Mi'i.ntr 

W' ■■ ■ . Mr. MiiUoy, or Oflli P(.ri. 

B I till* prrsrol bKAit of llie lu- 



lUnMfff. 



Ertatrt — In tiie coanty of RoKVinnuiti. 
Sfnt — Oak. Port, in Uic county of Roa- 

COIUIIIUU. 



LESLIE, OF GLASSLOUGH. 

'■ I'OWF.I.I., <'»(|. of fSlasslouffli, in llto county of Monaglian, 
. . «iicceotli.il )ii« fliilier 15ili November, 1S3I. 



lincagr. 



■• i>^\ ^ 



i^t^! 



'Ov 



Mbnach' 

taTad^ " 
liAWnt 

<tm« wr . ■ ■ , •*; 
MMBI in Sir Jkcnr* ^Nnr*-'* llr>i(iry •>■' 

fohai. rdttrd Itv IT^rri*. " Julni (.rslir 

r* Frvvch "Ml luliiirt. willi 

•»tTir ^rrty. KiulllV da lljC n.H- 

••" : D riiii*t»'r of Illf 

(«f < wlit'n tic wns in 

iy> <>./• liit/nitMr." 

Ht iilirtinil, Jin<l 
^m^ ti.4l Unit) WI4* 'ii «t*<' •1''^ '>r !<<' 



-trr of Ihc GIoM- 
■■ fumily, in Iff- 
>iur iirUiil4«ili>iir. 
iTi ill tti<> tiortli of 

• ..., ,1 M..r.i .» 
.1 



vhirllr nml llie exp4<dition of the Isle of 
Rhetr, with tht.> Pukv of Buckingham. He 
tvns bM nlon^ ronv-<T»iui( in courts, wlirre 
h* Icnrni-il Itinl iiitdn-nA nliicli pnvr a pe- 
culiar grnrr pvfii to liii pn^achinp. Th**** 
ar{-oni|)lialimpiiM dIiIkJiiciI liiiii tlir favour of 
many prinren jibrond ; and at liome Ih> was 
narliculjirl) liappy in llialof A'm^ Ch*hi,F8 
I., who ■idmitt'^'il bim tiito hi» jirivy council, 
botli in ScotlHnd nnd Ireland, in wbidi »la- 
ti(>n» hr was conlinanl by A'lnijCii^iUJ'Ji II. 
after Ibe rr»toratian of' tlic royal family. 
Hill nhief prercrment in the cbarc-b of 
Scotland w(ui lbi> biaboiirick of Orkney, 
(-t)l|i-<] the bittboprick of the Ulc», frutn 
wbem.'*? Iif wna Irnnslatol to Rajiliof, on Ibe 
IkI Jiittr. Ifl33, nod was Ibi- A.-itnv yr»r ad* 
niillrtl into ibf i>rivy counrEl of Irelnril. 
W'lien lir first cam c to H:i|iboi», be found 
Uw rrvrnum of it rngroMi-d into tbu hands 
of ccvrnil itfiillrmcn, who combined lo- 
^tht'f to mniiitMin wbnt Ibr; bud gotten. 
IJut. by an exiioiisive l»w%uit, be retrieved 
Ibr rinliw and b6|bIc of tbe siee, and In- 
rrr«n'-)l tbi* iocouip of it nearly onc-lbird. 
lit- built H slwti-ly paUcc in hi« diix-ene for 
bini»r]f nnd bl» wiccMNjn*. wmlriviiiij; it fur 
■Irrui^tb M well a« bei.nly. wlib-b i'r..»ei| 
to br tucful afterwMnI* in ibe rfbt'llioii of 
IBM, and pr'^.T»i-.l a ^onA part ol ibRi 
country, pnrlirnlnrly ibosie undrr bik |irn. 
Itilioii" in bl« dioci-ic. Vi-t lie would imi 



\52 



LESLIE, OF GLASSLOUGH. 



inLv niililary eatntnanil ou hiin. m* JDiI^iiig 
ft not »uiltthli* Ut htA rim<-li(iit4 ; thoiiKb nf- 
nn CHU-HoioriA we uTt told that lie |i(>rfornird 
the offii'c- of n gtrDcral.ftndrrcu vrnturrd to 
VKpoM' bis unit iH-rson. iis ptLrticalurlj in 
ibti cuBt of Sir Katpli Cure, who niif be* 
sirt^txl in Ai/*if/iifrif><t/, otiil rcd»if«l lo grvot 
rilri'inilirs. When the l.ntjitn UttKr*. coD' 
Mfttiiiif of t}irrr rc^imrntt. ivfuM-d tu bnx-tril 
Ibcmsi^l^ei) fur tlir relivf of him and his 
p»rty, jrrt thiji hiahup Milh Ilia L'ompMii)', 
l«*niint« &rtd frit*ntli. ^iillicd forth iini)<lsi tlic 
flARirfl of the whole country, rrlicvrd ibc 
b«nri(rd. and evidpiicrd in ibr nrtino aa 
touch pi-r*onnl valoar a» ivguUr conilurt. 

After Ihp dci'lr-nniuD of the It iit)|;'» cAiiK^ io 
Kii^l'^"<l< !■'' titiM-d a foot company for hi« 
tunicnty in In-Uttd. and tnaintaiix-d them, 
both ofBcrn iuid soldiers, at hii owd charge. 
lit- urtcrwarda endorvd a aicKr tti hi» caalle 
i>( Kupbuf. lH*ror< he would surrtndcr it lu 
(IlivtT Cromwrll. and bcld out the la»t in 
tlint cuitiitry. Afier the king'a rcaionilioti, 
lir battened wilh »o mufb zeal to sec bim, 
l)iat be rtidr from Cbvater lo London in 
twrnty-fnur bouni. 

Ilr'i^He trHnftlal«d lo thn «er of Clog her 
on the I7lh June, lOOl : and it Is siiiil, the 
Xinn would uftiTwarda haw gi«cn him niorr 
frolilnblc prcfcrnichta. hut be excused bim- 
M'll, rrsolving tu end biM lAboiirft flumng 
tltoiir witli whom he Imd *utrrr<'d,niid nbrre 
bi» influrncr »*«« niom poncnul. 

lie waa a pcnu»u of Rivat tempenuicv. 
and fto grral a atniogcr tu covcLuummc, 
that he Uard'y undenlood money, wbieb. 
boMPvrr, ht etnployrd lo the Ih-*! »8<-«. lie 
wrute oil iht art of oit'tttory. and afirrral 
oUicr curioiu and Ifarunl trrutiM*, wbt4.h 
wetf dtaifturd fur lhi> public, but uerf all 
destroyed Miib bU library, of uiaiiy y«An 
rollrciion. and »e«erMl rnaBOBcripta, which 
br bnd gained tn fi>rTi;;n uoutitrtt*. pAnly 
bv Ibr rnpinp of tlir Iri»h. and partly by 
A^H9 H'u4.l«M'ii amiy, In lUKi. long after 
hit ilctth. Ill) it. at Ilia neat nl i'nstleloalejr, 
alioj (tlauloiiffh, in SepUrmbpr, It77l, and 
wa* there buried iu a church of hia own 
buildioK. whirh he Lad procured to l>o mud** 
a pariili ebnrrh by art of pirliamctit. und 
maarcraird li> St. SsUalor, He wn« reck- 
onrd nt ihr tiniforhia ilr^th t)ir •iliir»i biafaop 
Uit'ii ill ill. >\ui],\ 1j...ii, l,i .-11 *■> ftbuul 

fiflt ' ("'"<*)"<>"*■ 

to tl. '^^i I ■ '111 III/- tiiiivof 
kia dratb." Uw lufiialiip* ipQ and au^ 
rraaor. 

CualtLfa I.' tird .1 f.'llow 

rommonfr It. i' 'iHn m IfttM, 

whi 1' "I niia. 

I»r iiple.in 

•tndyoftbe liiw . )>ii< »'■• r {nir.inn^ it aomn 
yr«r«. br rti l>-iiicili drrlarrd himMU' ao 
mieli 'litt>i*i"l with a ikoJchIvbaI cua- 



istry, alwaya on BmI Me of lh'> 4)BP«li(Ui 
vrhkrh ]fc*n the golden fmlt, that be rt- 
linqutahcd ihr Icffal profnuion, in IBtMk. 
tititerctl into holy order*, luid. in 16K7. be- 
came chnnrellor of ibe catbtrdral of Coa- 
nor. At the Revutulion rffiiatox u* ukv 
iti^OBthmo Kin;/ WtUtAM.hr viAsdeprivvd 
of bin prefermml, and followed the far- 
lunea of the eailed ntoii;ireb. Kvenfuall}, 
honeTer, after bnvin>; uiidergon** many din- 
rultiea throutfli gooil and bad rejMrt. be 
returned w Ireland in 17?1, and died the 
March following, at bit aeat CUaialpucb, 
where, in the beginning of the year IAO« 
there bad been a brii«tL nkirtniAh. whef 
ttrarly two hundred t>f the Irub were al 
Mr. Lralie wrote a greni number of 
logical trncta and political pnpem. iiitei 
to aerve the eaiu<* and party bo bail 
hnicp(]. Hi* aou and aurcnaor, 

KoBKltT Lrai,tr, eaij. of fjt.-*i-i...-i> 
Fraucea, daughter ol John Hi- ,>■!• 

juatlre of the Court of Kiiu - 1- — U> 
Ireland, by Klizabrth Ludlow bia wile. ftBiri 
of the (irtt Earl Ludlow, and had, with • 
daiifchler. Annnbella. m. lo the lit* Robart 
Leiuh, PS11. of Ftoav (iariami, in tbr coiMljr 
of Wenford, a aon and rocceAHir, 

CHtHLKs Puwtu. Lmuk. Mq. of GIm»- 
lough, who M. finl. 33Qd May. I7IU. Pra- 
dence* Pen elope. daugbU-r uf Arthur Hilt 
Trevor. Aral ViMTOont OunguiBOD, and had 
iaauc, 

Cmakifm-Poaku.. Ilia heir. 
John, 1>.1>. ruiiaeerated biabop of Dro- 
ttiore in IHII, ax ! '. d to tW 

•ce of l-lpbiu in i ><>rd»liip 

pn. Ixt Anuust, lh«t -, ■•.>■ »eei>»tl 

dnu, nf the Hon. and Rigbl Kei. 

Tlotiniia Si. Ijauranee. lord bitbofi 

of CorL iind Kom, and by ber, wIm 

(f. 3(ilb N<»euiber. IKK), tiaa ban*. 

1. Chnrlea, ta holy ordera. m. Vk 

April, IHS4. th« Hon. Fnmtn 

Kiue. tbtnl daBfhfarrvf VisoDoU 

Lorioi). but brcunr a whiowvr 

^Ib Jutv, IKHA, 

3. Joliii.un;hri»taMtnefc.CHfgf4. 

3, Thoraaa. 

4. Arthur. 

I. FraBi-ea-Aane-Prvilratta. 
3. Emma. 

3. Charlotte. 

4. Uabella. 
6. HarrirL 

Cecil- Aleaander, iter««ainL 

Anne, ~| 

Frai»c« a, lall W. tuun. 

Julia, J 

Charlolto. 
Mr Leslie wedded atcondly. Mary- 
duucbter of the K«t. Joaaaa Ter 
brtanatrMit). in Uk coom^ ud Wcftia 
by that Udy Imd, 




^ Rrr. John H^II- 

i:;tmi, ill SiiffulL. 
urrii I. m, i-^ iIj' nfv. Williaiii llall- 
laril. rrctur uf Miitdt'D, in Suffolk. 

> ly Cliffe, r»q. of 

r-.t. 

n- counly of Mo- 

■*i(ffT juirlmniciitii, 

' TBOO, wbm h« died, and wng «. by hi* 

CkA«l.k> Pnfilli. LfrUE. r»q. of Glius- 
Uh^ «^ w«« a frw^rislrBk' for the county 
•f i|«M<luj>, and MTvri) as litgh-slitriir in 
ITn. H*- ••ftminanilwl for iiinny yt-nra, 
Idkr (■ • il^SiciiM', M coloiifl of 

>, mill r«-)>rt*senlH lh<> 
dwrtiiti Mv. II »iici-f*»jvr parliHRit^iiU. 
LR> I*, tint, Aon*-, diiti^litfr uf l)ie Rev, 
T^ JV y CkuHfB K*diT. of MvrnDn-«|uare, 
l>«Um. Md faMi U ker, 
AUeU MAha. 
CkarLofu. rf. unm. 

Jkaor, M. It) I' )>r< Curdon, Ml], of As- 
itecton. 
BtMiliilwpoM Miiy.l81B,Cbru- 




tianii.ilnii(;))Ier of GM>rgP Pmitiery. esq. of 
('lareiit-e, til titr couiily of LiniBriuk, and 
by that Imly bad 

I. CiuRLES-Powcix, bli lielr. 

II. Jobn. 

III. Tbonia». 

I. Oiristiana. 
I'eiieloiic, 

III. Julin. 

IV. Einilv. 
Cul, Leslie •/. I.MIi Novrnilfpr, 18.11. and 
ttasf. hy bifi eldfAt noii, nbo i» tlit- jtnrK'Hl 
Charixs-Puwell LkJiUK, enq. of <MnM- 
luuffh. 

Atmx — Quarterly: Finland fourth ar|(. 
in tiase three iJiistlt* teavcH coujoita-d verl, 
on a I'eMC f^. tbrce oval bucklce or : lecond 
and tiiii^l ijuarterly, ImI and 4Itt arg. on a 
bend M2, thrt'v uvnl bucklt^ or ; 'iiiil niid 3rd 
art A linn rani|innl )!;u. iirer all a bendlet dh, 

Creit—K fjritfin's bead ppr. 

iloltv — Grip faM. 

EitatcM — In the countir? of Monnj^hnn. 
Tvrone, Donegal, Kildarc, Wicltlow, and 
Mmtb. 

T'oir» Rni^niff — 3, Upper Hnrley-slr^et. 

.Vra/— Olaiuloiigbi ti) the county of Mo- 
naghnn. 



CALLEY, OF BURDEUOP. 

CjIUJ.V, JOHN .lAMI->i, psrj. uf Bunlcrop Park, in tbe county of Wilta, Iteu- 
■artmtti* 13th RnTal Ijuiccru, h. lOili Naronibcr, ISIU. 
Mr. CaJkr ■utcwded to tbe oiuies in 1836. M. A^/t^ y^/owtm* 

JoHM Callky, of tlie county of Hants, 
who HI. Isxbel, dnufihter and co-heir of 
Kdmiind Brydge», and niece of Sir Jnliii 
BrydgM, lord-mayor of Ixindon in l-VJI, 
(of the Brydgea of Coberlcy, afterward* 
Dnkes of Cbandoff). and left a son ttnd Mic- 
efMor, 

Rtrrti CAti.KY. mq. of IliuhTBy.iii Will- 
ihire, who la. finl. t^pnuor. dau^hirr of 
Kichard Woudcock. of D>^drubam, ill Wilt- 
■lilre. by whom b>> had iMue : and, second- 
ly. Apii-9, dnnubU-r of Henry Ijiwrence, 
r'»q, of Typhuritf, in the aame county, by 
whnm hr It-ft, inter alior, a son, 

\\ ii-LUM Caij-et, esq. who became walH 
at Hurdcrup Park, in the county of Wilta, 
an cetiitf purcbiisrd in ihr rrij;n of Eliza- 
beth fnitn tlip family of Slrphons. He m. 
from Nor- i Judiib. dmiybtcr of Richard Bt)wdler,ofLou- 
» inerchiitil ' don, und nan «. by hi* eon. 
He*nT \il . b rrconl'-d ' Wii-tun Cawlcv orCALLfV, Mq.of Uur- 
tn law triHi the Kinp o( I di-rop. fr. in 1000. who was UviiiR at the vi*i- 
■'1^ aniounlof j uUon of 1633. Thi« gentleman, a violent 
h. He waj I opponent of ibc rojal <*v«r> diirinR the civil 
war, acted a prominral port among lln' 



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CALLEY, OP BtrnOEROP. 



U'AiIrrs ndhr (larlinmi'ntnry |>iirty, in*\ lii« 
nl^nalurr ii)i|>rur9 itltmrlicd la lltr iWatti iviir- 
rniil of tlir ill-rittfd CHAKr>j« I. He m. 
Anne, dauKlifr Htiii t-o>lii'tr ol' Wiltlniu 
J^mtT. <'*i\. of West Lnrin^toii. by whom 
MP ni-ijuirt>4t a considf rnblv ciUili? at utviDi;- 
Inn. Hud dying to 1000. wo.* ». by his eldest 
Mm. 

Sir Wti4.tjtM r*iXKY, knt. of Ittir Iirnii, 
wlio nUuinrd from the rr^torrd tnonnrch 
TMiitutJon of the land* fi>rfvil«l by hu fa- 
tlnT. rccrivcd tin- b"ti"r of Wnii^htliootl. niirl 
hnd » pr«iil 'if fiill |t.inlt>ii, tvhii-h dftumrrit 
is •till (tiiaMn'fd liy lh<- fniiiily a\ Biirdi*rn|i. 
Sir \\ iUi.ini d. nithout ineue, uiid wan j. Iiy 
Uia lirnllirr. 

Oliver Callrt, mq. of Burderop, «bo 
M. Mnry, dnujilitr-r of John Scott. V9i\. of 
Hrniiilinm Hon**?, in the couiily of Will*, 
and' wa> fathrr of 

OuvfR Cauv. •■wj. of Burderop, h»\ii. 
in April. 107% who m. bAh<>llA. datichtcr 
of — ^odrinff fin^t^. DfCodriiiKToit, in Die 
county of Glouci-Bt{:r. and If ft at U'vt doc«uo 
a »on and »ucttF»or. " ,. -■ '.- 

WiiXMH C*iUY,cwi. (if nitnknip.'witu 
m. Arabella, ddiiichirr tt( -^ IJrnHm-, «-»*(. 
of Minly. in Gloiiri>«U'rfthir<-. diid liad i**ui-, 
Willinm, wlio d. iiiiin. in JuiiP, 1775. 
THoHi&'HHnwxF. of Mhotn proiifnlly. 
rharlni-[Mi*>delI.if.unm. in April. 1778. 
AnDf , d. untn. in Novvmbpf. INUU. 
Tlic »econ(l hut tldf»t lurvirinif eon. 

TH'>»^^^-BKo«^t Callst. itm). of Uurdv* 
rop. t*«p<iuM-d in Jiiiiimry. I77H. E!it^tl>ilh, 
»my (lfiu^lil«-r of Juhii Roulls, r^i\. nf Kinu;- 
•ton-U|Miti Thami-ft, in Surrey, by ElizaWlh. 
daufcliirr of — Oa%etiporl, Mtj. uuU bud 

TiioHu, 1)19 bcir. 

WiUiim.pptrr, A. 2.^th May. 17S1 : d. 
wini. ill Jniiwnry, IhtM. 

Johii-JamrM, //. mit M/tv, I7M4; na. 2&lh 
April, iHlti. Elim>b.tli- TunauH , dnii. 
BCd L-t^bi'ir of till* Ki'v.XiimT Wyld, 
of UluniMlon Hou»i.', in \N tltittiin-, 
and hii9 tlirrt.' ton* and <*»«' iliin:;litcr, 

AniMla, m. Iu^7tt7. to Mrnry Bui; 
Jock. rtt\. of iihnpp<>rton. in MTil< 
cnp»f\. and has Qtv tons nnd ««rco 
drtiii'l.tiT*. 

Fli ,'inr*. m. in lH«7, Irt CIp- 

U' < I < ' Lj, rat|, of Wrlln, (aft^'T- 



wardi. haTini; rntrn'J Intn nrdm. 
\icnr of Cbisfldoti, Wilu), and hm£ 
fiiiv Min iind two diiit<;hlcn. 
Mnry-AnH*", d. in iHriiriiy. 
Mr. rallcy vcjiM ». at liU deccus by hia 
i-ldr»i foil, 

TlluutKC4U.i'.v,r#q. of Ku ■' 
May, I7HU. rn. -^Hh July. 1~ 
Atinr-. nnlv ' , ' • ■ ' " 
Kfi'k, rf((|. J 1 

trr.'hirr, li\ ..■/.<... i^.. -.\ 

daii^litirr nnd co-heir of Prirr {y . 
Lytiir, in t'h'Jihitt!.* ^M-t vol. b. p 
had tfnf'. 

TlMiiniU-Br'nct, di'-d UNm. 
JoiiH-Ji^MM, hi« hrir. 

Eliauitirtb-AMitr--IIcn(^ m. 12th May, 

lN.i7, to Jnbn Ncnir Nott. cat). R.N. 

and (/. 'JllUi ADfttuI. IKI7. 
Arabella, m. I(Hb NovL-mbvr. l^Xk, k> 

John Malhi-M» Kicliorda, rM)> nf Car* 

•lifT, nnd hi» i*»ip. 
Mr. Callry Buni-dlrd l<) thi> r«talM. aAi*r 
minority of clrti-n yt-ar*. in Ifvil 
IKKl-1 M-rrfd ns hi|;b atit-ritT for \ 
ll«- WAf :i iiM){isinit«- and d< ' t\ 

for tlint county, and rcprrm , 
ol Cricklade in parliHRirnu ik 
IKIO, and vraa #. by hi* rtdr«l Mirviaian •««. 
tilt) |trr<«rnt JuHN Jauu Calut, vm§. 
Burdertjp. 

.^/■Hu— Quiirtrrly, arg. sDd la. on a 
(tn. (hrro mulli'Dt orth» llrot. 

Citti — X di'tiiTlioB mmpt. arg. cbarvi>l 
with a hvnd vu. Uinmm ttirrc inwllpto m( 
t)ip first. hf>idin)C a faattle-axe, haodU off' 
accoiid, brad iiric. 

Malta — ('kllidr et haiiMtr. 

E*tai4t — In \Vili«bin.*: Burdrropon^i 
Kldoo. ptuYboM-d temp. KLi/4Dtru : Oi 
(own. a(.-qairfd in lb? **mr manner m 
3nl riiAKLfit I. from Johi> S ■ ' 

Imrcbaa^l tbr maimrfrTitiii'' 
mm. rui- iibii l>. ' ' 
Hii'hniiind, iilinx N' 
R\ V 111. ill thr .(JiMi V -" 
Rrnntinl llvfrloMM. t*ith oil 

A'««l — BurdrropParlt.nr;.. -i... 



* \\y ManltB, bia wiU, dtn^hu* oaj h 
Thumai Uvwt, m\. of BoUborf* 1I*«ot, ia Wl 

aluni. 



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ESTCODRT, OF ESTCOUnT. 

B5TCOfRf.THOMAS-GRIMST0N-Bi;CK N ALL. mik of Estconn. in t}i« county 
of (Iloucester, hftrrUlfr-iit-Iaw. D. C. L. of Coijiiis Chriati 
College. Oxford, ami K.A.S. A. 3rd August. 1775, m. ]2ih 
May, 1800, Klenuur, second daughter of James SuttoD, 
mq. of N'ew Purk. in Wiltshire, and has lASue, 

Tli«yis-HrMU-SiiTTn>-BichNAU , M.A. of Oriel Col- 

Irp*, Oxford, tiiid M.P. for Jie\izrs, b. -Illi A[>ril, IHU], 

^^ m. aist Au;;iisl. IWIO. Liicj-Siirnh. only cliilil ofFrntik 

SulliiToii. esq. of Kirklinglou, Noili^, aduiiral of tlio 

nine. (Si-e vol. iii.) 

Jnniro-nufknall, capuln in the 43rd rcgitncot. &. I2fh 

July. iMni. 
Edniund-liilry-HiukituU. M. A. of MtTtnn Collogo, Ok- 
fonl. viciir of OreHt Uoironl, Hnrwickdbirc. h. 22od 
Norpri.lKT. IWW. m. XbxXx (\|.ril. IK.30, Arnc-KlizabHll. 
•••rond damtlitiT nf Sir Julm lA)wilifr iutiii^tuiti', Imrl. 
%, ^* X of Wcffterbnll, in nuinfrieMliin', and hiis Uirtx daugli- 

lem, Tiz. 
T 'i ('tiNrloUi>-Hl(!Aiior. 

UtTlrtide. 
\Viilt'>r-Oriiii!itati-BacknnlI, litnttvDHnl RN. h. imb Miy, 

|i!i(f7. 
Willinm-Johu-niicknall. n.A.of BallioIColUgp.Oxfonl, 

i. I7rli Mrtv. IHI2. 
Edward-l)u(;diilt^-Uuckns]l, &. flUi Fi.<hniAry, 1818. 

Eleanor'Aiinr'ltnrknnll. 
Georpiana-Chnrloltr, dfCrnsed. 
Mnry-Antic- HarriL't-Uutrknall. 

Mr, EMtcourt uoeeed«d hu fatltpr '2ml Decpmbor. 18IS, aod \% a mo^iinih; nnd 
4i^ty-Kc»uU'niiiit for thv coantiefl of Gloucc^ltr utid Wiltn. He represented the 
of Devizes from January 1805 to l-'ehrviftry 1826, Binco which period he hna 
•1 ta porlinmenl for the university of Oxfonl. 



V 



lincagt. 



TW ^mS\j of Errrrtt'RT enjoys consi- 
4»f»lile rvtKir* nnd mrtiiL-ncc tn tho cHiiilics 

MftiTti ' . r.rsi). ofCam, fn (3loa- 

■rdif pM'wnt pro- 

Ipik': ';, and had, with 

Lmr ««ut;;ii<'ri. n* Tii.irn pons. vix. Matthew, 

Hk^M*, Edward nnd l^lniund, all now dc- 

T m. Mix OrlnlxT, 

y^. 1 ['HI, eld<-*t daii|;li- 

' -iMit (Jrimiit'in, \*\ 

^J.T, I _ : r of iohti-Ankell 

UrluJI. «*q. e( OsDcy, in Heriford«)iire, 

- \ Ut'cKKAtX, hi* heir. 
: 1. M. \. n-clor ol' Luni; 
St«»toti. iu \^ ■ Mid tt( Sltr)>- 

tOB Moynr, <: Mr<*, h. '^Ktli 

*(Mil. f7>«. »i. It. in„i Eii/Jilj.'ili, 
ucvud ilau(1ili>r nf Tliuiiiu AVv.KI, 



psq. of WarjfTBTe, in BiTkshirr, and 
had iastip, 

Edward-Thonuia. 
Ed)^r-Kditiuiid. 
MBtthow-IIiilf. 
Cliarlrs-Wyatt. 
Arlhur-Ilurhotllo. 
M.'ir\-J«nf. 
llarrict-JanL-BiK-knall. 
Charlolte. 
Mr. Ei^lrourt rf. 2nd December, 1818, and 
was t. by hin elder mm, llie |>re»ent Tli"»i*s- 
Urimston-Bi^cknall EJiTCnt'liT, eeq. M.P. 

vlrnu— Em. on a chief indented gu. Iliree 
r9foile» or. 

f 'i-M/- Onl of a mural crown nz. a deml- 
•':i^lr nitli win^^H di<[>1ay>Hl jipr. iN^akcd or. 

tCsta/rt — hi lliP ruimlifd of OIoucr*ler, 
Wilis. lliTlfoid, MidiMfsox- 

AVrtf— Edicouri, in (!loureet<-rsIiire. 



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TAYLEUR, OF BUHTINGSDALE. 

TAYLEUR, JOHN, e«q. of BnrKingsdale, id the county of Sdop, 6. Uih JuW. 1772. 
M. 7lh March, 17%, Pem'l«>[<«, il«uKh!»r of Thonuu l*«>u 
Bon. i>fW|. ufTotlenliftll, in .StitffdnlNhiiv, nnci Iim usne, 

WiUMU, b. loib Septcmbfr. lt^.l-1. ■•Irctrd Mcmbfr for 
Brid^wiitpr. ami «fnt ia ttic pvrtiaoirni of IV33 «&d 
IHO^I. Hf wr.v'\ ibc •iffiro wf ^i|Eb fhrriff of 8t 
•Itifc, in )i|nc'f (if bis Oitbtrr, itt lvi7. 

ChRrlPs. in huly orilen, b. 7lti April, IIMXS. 

Mnry-EllzAbrth. 

Harriet. 

Emin^ 

Lucy. 
Mr. Tayleiir, who is n difjmty-IicutcnAni for ihv couaty 
SaJop, succeeded bin fktbar m Soptvnibvr, Lbl3. 



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Gii,ntiD LE Taylkhk. Rnd A|£4tli» hi» 
wifr, poueimeil ihr manor of RiMliii(;l«iii in 
1371. ind lu 1»1.1 John, nun »r Cnlfrii), » 
mratiooed u confirtiiiHK ii ^rnut, matlf Uv 
Clarice, widow of Sir Ru^tcrtlf A|H'lft,'ti.ktit. 
oftbr Tvni of KodiPKlun Mill tn tbe l'uiohs 
of HnaKbraoDil. In I6l(i. Jrtfryp. nbbot nf 
Lillt'^bHll, ilrnii»ed ihr Cirungr of Lungiirn 
ui*on Tern to 

H'liJ.i.iU TtYi.F.t.'R, for lh« Irmt of eigbty- 
oDe ytnrs. IIi« j^rciil grandson. 

Ci(i:>nKLL TtVLti'K. beinr then vlylnl of 
M<-<'Hiiti, Mljliiini^d II Icuwe-uT ItodiugloD /rum 
John (tfi'Kttry. (brr lirir of sn iinricut family 
wb<i»i* niK-(-)ititr iu'tili-<l ibi-rr in ruiis<>i(iicnec 
of bit niBrria^^^ with l\\v lUuj^birr nnil licireM 
of (j4*orM Onalow. Cre«well Taylrur waa 
father of 

JiiHW TAYLKrn. r»q. of Ko<lirif{loii. b. at 
Longilon in IK)U: ndmiUrU of St. John** 
rollre^, CUmbrid^r, In Ui-Vl. Hf •crrrd 
the offlc/> of higb-iiht^nB' of Sn1i>|> in IWl, 
and mam iog one uf the daugbtern nnd rt^* 
beira of 'fbomu Skr>-m«hiri*. f«<|. of Aqua- 
latr, left al hit dtci'aai* a •on and »Ticci-!i*or. 

WtUIAN TilYLaVR, <>«4). of K'KtlttL-ton. 
bigh-fthrrin'«rSa|[in in 1713. vihn m Dora* 
th), only fbilil of ThitniiM MurLwurlb, r**i. 
of llr-Kun .Slrun^c. by bi« Rpcond wife, ihr 
daut^bler of (trnrral ilyltnn, nod Irfl at bi« 
decraw:, with two d»uKhtt'r«, Harah nod 
Mary-Ann, a >oii iind fucooMor, 

M IIII4H T4Tir.i II. (!»(). of Kndinirton and 
Shrpwslmry. bnpt. al Si. Chad's, I'itb May. 
1713 i admittrd of ('liriittrhoroh. (Kfonl, in 
1731. [|r m. 1-ilb AiiRnut, 1740, Marv, 
tlstar Of Six Kuwlnud Hilt. hurt, of HkKLc- 



aiuni', and rl. in ITMI, leaving 
Dorothy, ami an only Mn, 

WiU-MV T4Yi>l «', e«i. of HrintTn(jadai#, 
in ihf> pnri^b of Drayton, b. ." ' 741, i 

nbo afrvvd a« bi^h'ShrrifT I" r inj 

17m. This Kcnilrman w. I'.itU Ma\. I77I«| 
Mnribn, dnngliirr and nu-brir of Vlauricwj 
Buwrn.csq. of I'plon, in lb*- couiit-. 
brukr, anil by brr, who <<. Illb li 
I77A, bnd iajtur, 
jnii*i:, his heir. 

William, of Ti'i|;nmaath. IVtOB, « 
M, 8arab-Fra»c<», d»iiKhl»r of 
Windior, w. of Al.(-..).jm. 
Charles, of Live: mu Jai 

daagbtrr uf Jij)" ' ' ' ' ''t- *''^- 
anaur place, aad bm* Imu«» 
William, 
ioha. 
Cboilea. 
Henry. 
Edwanl. 

Mary. 

Jans. 
Mr. Tajrivar 4. atUb 8«ri««ibrr. irtia, 
was t. by bis eldMl Mat IW |>tearnl ioMa 
Tayuivk. e**). of BuntingMUle. 



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Arwtt~Erm. on achirf aa. Uirt* 
(bitjtt ar;^. 

(Wf*— Ool of n doral roronrt or, a 4^X~ 
tfT ana In armour, holdtn)' to (W haiid a 
Aword. 

Kittttti — In the coaaiiH ftf Salof rad 
SUfliircl. 

Stal — lIantin([Bdala. 



I£7 



MARTON, OF CAPERNWRAY HALL. 

MARTON, OUVER. eM). or Cftp«rnwnLy Hall, io the coanij of Uncasttr, tae- 
iMbtWriti 1794. 



Imragr. 



TW fiuBiH nf Mnrlr>n i> nf Sormap dcf- 
nct,«airt r ' "Misitr Mar- 

ia* m* U> Mnrluit MMin 

dWr thp('-u4>(^ui cl, mIiuIi k'nlMtiifiA, iiii well 
«<iidkvr» (1 Cratrd, were lirld by i>i< deA- 
(«M ' t rr^crntiiricri. Tlicy nflcr- 

Wi' . to tli«- r<jr<'»t of U<iM'l:iriJ, 

«i| irmn uicnrc to lb<* rulntrs nliicli titvy' 
■■* ipi^vw In the ruvniy 'if U>t)i-M»ii'r. 

WtUiAB llAJirn>, u( OowUml, linrRlly 
ktm Pafv>i» 'if Murtoti. wjm itic rnilicr of 
UUbftJ Ma**"^ '"^' l><>rn IHMi, who 
IM Wld dM ■> 'lAtr of i'nperii- 

tmif, » Arpol) i '<■ rrrordrr. unci 

!§»■■ of lli« '«iani|;r of LancMh-r. ntiij 
dnwrd uf Laudal(>. Br m. first, (Intie 
JI>«W; «ttd, vcoiKily. Jiinp, ttnuKhirr 'iT 
Utm Wilfccm. t^- nf OtHirion H«ll, H>«t- 
■rtHMl. ■ '<>- liftd iMoe, 

I. Ei- ;ii'ir. 

M Out LK. 

Mt (JMinnm ft Iriinifter. H. unm. 

( iUry. wlKnn- Itiltby Mnlviifu».e»q. 

kicb-sbrriir of i^iK-akliif iii t7-Uf. 

~ifi< AxbflB, / nl)*> ''- unoi. burii*il la tb<> 

lilL J«««. \ cloMirn al WuRUaiuMtT. 

■latest w». 

Imuo MiSTOik, pci|. M.P. fur Lanr-iu- 
*? Art,(Lif -lintlvaftbl Slid Ufmnnl iil* l.iiiin- 
. im. «im1 wat t. li^ liik biutlirr, 
I •. Uu«rH Mahims, LI.-B. prntixtu 



and vicar of Lancuster, who m. Jane Rd- 
%vnrdc8, daughter nirtl JicirL'its of Admiral 
EdHnrdrs, by M-hom lii.' bad isvuc, 

I. OltvLii, bi^ bfir. 

II. Grurgi-'Hi('b»rd, depiily-tieuletmiit. 
bigb-six'i-ift' of Laticavbiru iit HiS2, 
liitf liruifoant-coloncl or Ibe iStli or 
liiniiVJLIeii Dragoon*, m. Anne, eis- 
tcr of Sir Robert Pat'Llineton, of 
Cbclswortb llnuM', Siiffull, (cr««lrd 
» Lriif>til of Mikriii Tbtrfsa for hii« 
di)>lingiiUhrd rondiict in Flnnd<>rs 
wit!) the l5Ui Dragooun). Hf d. in 
I(i34. leftrioi; tuue, 

Gcorfte. a toagiitnite nml tlopuly- 
lieutfiintit for Lnnc-nsliirf^, m, at 
Paris, in IS»3. Lm^y-8nrAh.* 
daufibtiTof tbf^ Kijflil Hon. Lord 
* Cliirf Juiiticc Uallns, nnd bua 
issue, 

Gt-orttina-JustinB-Annr. 
AiipusUi-Miidcliiiii -Hmrit'ttii. 
Mr. Marlon d. in I7iM, and w.is *. by bis 
oldt^nun, tlie prr««ntOuvEft lllAaTON,rwi. 
of Capernwray. 

Hrwir— Quarterly : l«t and 4th, or, three 
bnrs [jtiirs; in iito dexter cbiff point an 
f-M-ui:Iieoii enniiir : ^rid, lirgviit on a cross 
^tib-n. live OM-nllop »liell8 of tlie firil within 
a Ivorduri: vrrt, by the name of Preston, of 
Anon, in Craven : ard. argent, two clwi~ 
ToiM, tlie lowt>nno*l rompu, sable tt«lwe«n 
tlirrc cba)ilrls j^lrs. 

CVe*f— A Kla^'ii bead and neck, couped 
proprr, attired tumble. 

Moito — Dieu irl ma patrie. 

£*/«/«— In I^ncaihire and YorVfcbjre i 
the patronii^e of Lancaster and its rarious 
dependant cbapvlnea. 

.Vraf—Capeninniy Hall. I^ncaahtre. 



* Abo mrc-e of Sir Gvorj^ DbUbm, but. and 
MUrr lo die L'tmniKH Oivtaviiit lUncber. wtf* of 
til.. E;Tmni!ai)a of hi* lltgluww tb« ccJebntml Fivid 
Mmbal Friuce iUucbw. 



158 



FUI.FORD, OF GREAT FUl.FORD. 

JFULFORD, BALDWIN, esq. of Great Fulford. Deronsliire. lieateOHnt -colonel of lit* 

Devon niilitia, m. Anna-Maria, elJMt dauirhwrof 
tite Inle \\ illiani AUantB, esq. of Bowtlon Totfli 
(and M.P. for that borougb). auil Uab iJMue, 

I. Bjii.owin', one of tbe cltninnr-n of the Qnarter 

II. Franiis, nclor of Trowbridpe, Wilti. 
Marj. daiigliler or Andn-w Ucrkelc) Ururn- 
nicin j, LitiL. ur ddlaiulu, HiinUi, and bu iMue, 

1. Francii«- Drummund. 
I. AUrft-Mary. 

III. Jotin. Iirut4*n;int in llie niry. 

IV. William, tieutenaol in tlio armj. 

V. Oeontc. 

I. Anna-Maria, ni. her coniun, tlic Rot. Dicr« 
AdiiDi«, vicar of Pinhoc, Drvoo, and In* 

I. Williuni-Fuirord. 
a. Philip-I>acr««. 

II. Eliiudiftli-Florcnce. 
lit. ElennAr. 

IV. [larrieL 

V. Louitia. 

VI. Pbilijipa. 



Ufncagt. 



This family ix of Snxon nrigin. nod hrld 
Folpfort, n» it is Mfrilten in Domrsdny Book, 
froniu'blcb (dacf tlir iiamr isdi-rivi'd. Ht-n-. 
aa it apgiearsby tTi'ord«, tut well na n-gi&trips 
fu llw Colleite of Anns, llicv vriw aentwi in 
tlitf lime of ItiCH.tRD I., and' bav« continued 
in possession of the name nainr. in the male 
liiip, by uiuiiirtTupU-d dtsccniduring llielong 
period of n.oTv tbnii »\\ bundr«-d ynt*. Tbc 
mansion, wbli'b i« a i)unilraiipiilnr pile of 
biiilditi^. is still in t;ootl rt-piur. ibou^h one 
of the mont HOi-iunt in the west of England ; 
sinnding in n pnrk well divemitivd nitb fine 
timber, and nilli i-\t<-nsiv>-tvu(K!a and plantn- 
tiona around it. Tlii' hotiM- wm );a^^i^oni■d 
lorrHVRLF'; I., and w.is laVrn by n part of 
Fiiirfa\'» anny uiidor ibo (.-oiiimand i>f Cyl. 
Okev.in UtctinUiT. U'yi'i. Many knigbtsof 
ibp family di^lin-^uiKfaid IliPtngt-lvvs in the 
llolv Land. SirMaldwin i\v Fnlfonl ii;orf pnr- 
licufarlv. Sir Tlionias Fnlfnnl uas urn- of 
lilt- kuf^bti »lio nrnt up witli Ibp Fj«rl of 
Devon and relieved Exeler wben bcsiened 
by Perkin %Varb«ck, in 1 ttr7. 

AceoMliiift to Ibt ireorda in tim [Irralds* 
Oflie-e we fim) tlie lirt>l of tbt' family ia 

WiMnn DE Fi'LFOKD. vrbo held Folford 
temp. RloiARO I., and li-n a win. 

NiciioiJia FtLToaD, of Fulford, who bad 
a son, 

William Fi i.F<mn. of Fulford, vttio iw. 
Hariul, lUugliicr and cn-beir of Hit U.ildiviii 



de llelslon, ofParham, Deron, by wIkibIw 

b»d 

llp.KRY FtrtFORD, of Fulford, wImi bid I 

soil, 
WtLtJiU FuLFOUD, of Pulford, father of 
JnHN FVLroRD, of Fulford, wbo UtA i 

BOIt, 

SiK flFKRY FvirouD, of Fulford, Ijv^ 
Irmp, Eow\KD 111.. Ktid by Ui^hop VhkI' 
Hin to have sat io jiid^m<-ni Miih Cbk-f* 
JuE^ticp GascoytM', and condeinnrd Ardi* 
bi»bop Scrope to be brhradtd. lln «u i. 
by bis son. 

Hrxrv Fi lfokd, of Fnlfonl, wbo m. lli« 
dxngblcr and hi*ir of FitxurMr. of WUlitvm 
Somerset, by whom hv bad 

SiK B^L^nt^ FriJi^HO, of FolfonttWIf 
of nevoi) ;)Htb Hkhhy VI.. Kni-^hl of tke 
Si'imlere. and Liider Admiral to HnflnTid, 
[>iikp of Fxpter, Hijih \dtniml "i 
Prince ?tylei 8ir liaUlwin "a i;r. 
and a travpller of ao undnunti>d n^^tlubun, 
tbnt, for Ibe honour and litx-rty of a rnyil 
ladv, in n castle t>cst(;)n-'d by the infii)i'lj,ki 
fou^lit a combat with a Sarazeo ; for bvlk 
and biL;nrsa an unequal matcb. <aa 
prt-»enlMtion of him eut in tlie «sii _ 
Fulford Hall dolb iilainly jibnw.> -Vf-i-' 
be vatl<]iddbetl, and reaeurd Uir 1 
m. Klizabcth. dangtiier and co-hi 
John Uo7x>m , of lloiEomzeal. n' 
«lio wedded secondly, Sir Wtll! 



FUI.FORD. OF OREAT FULFOim. 



attornoy-g«n<^nl hi Eovjinfi [V., 

— » 

I. Tnnii4i, Itin brir. 

II. Jobu. canon of Cxeler CntUfilrit. 

t. Tbomn*iii, m. to Jnliii Wue, eiio. of 

Sv.i.r.s.i.i. nnd liQ(l U*iic. Olircr 

\'> lor of tho \\ iivi of Sy- 

<l> ' 1 I Alifi-i Wist, niarrirdto 

■Jam*** ItqMi il. ^•/4^. by vvliotn ahc 

Wiu molhrr of John, tint Kiirl of 

Brdfiira, K.G. (Set vol. I. |>. iH.) 

II. KWr. m. li> Sir William Cary. of 

< ill IK't<»t>ltirr,WH(i sImiii 

• rv (•( I-I7I. They left a 

f.-n. 1 liLUi-wOiiry. fiiilitTuf WilliNm 

Car^-. nU-i w. M;ir\. dju^litcr of Sir 

Tltoiaii'" Itolf'jn. rurl of Onnuntl. 

aotl vouiif-i-r ri^l'f mI" fJMr^-i ,\\N 

n'iir%s. Ami hiitl rt »iin, Flriiry, Lord 

IliiitMlou, K.tJ. Umi rhuniWrlAin 

lo UMt^H Ki.i/,iKrrii. 

irB%|i|«iu MBv J. by bitf ckikflt son. 

TltoMtK Fl'il>nRn, of GrrnI Fulfnnl. 

[Illilll' f^ulluiltly UtuIlT Ihl- llAIIIKT of 

r lii ibe bmili- of Towlou. in 1-Hil, 

tm\ra urlM>n«r hikI b«b*'Hil(><l. M« 

lit-;] f*liifii't'.i. lUuKbler of Hir r|iili|) 

■ >w(lTbiiiii. by tli/fibcth 

■ ifWiilliT. Lorrl HiiiiptT- 

Uii^lt I'lkuBuriT of E'lKl'^nd trmp, 

y VI., Nfid n<iii «. Ht biA ilrcciMc by 

Mill, 

i-MrnnrY Fuu'nRD. of (Jr^H! Fal- 

ibu lltttb. wlto r^iKiuM-d 

r and ro- brir of Uorivile, 

>]\ tni; wiiboat iasuc, niu «. by 



'\H. offirrai Fiilford, 

4iid ru-bi^ir of J»liu 

■.».. .^b. nikd Ittt a *uii imd 




Mr M, l.tfilt 




I'll t iii.ii. Lilt. 



of Onnl Fill- 

iii^b tthrrilfol 

:>ni of IbAHY 

iiomiby Itoiirrbior, 

.1 .titi, 'flr*t K-irl of 

irrsj 

il.T. 

.iu;:l>u r. Fuilb, 

■ III cirvuiitnuvi- 

i<i h' tr. 

. iruKn. knLof Onml Kal- 

Iilrr iif J(i(-lt;iril 

< . iiiit biul inlrr 

i>Mii::< 1. uLirrit^d to Artbur 

rM). of DartioKtni), and n 



iV'>ID,Liit-nmrv)il Ful- 

&^_, --■- •' '<t<<2bLi'r nnd co- 

^^Mi ' - *<> ^'r Frniuis 

^^V^ <, i'M|. of Tolk'T 

^^L Si. MHfiiii, 

HHbi.: . II htr (Mbu waa 

Eu ldKi> luuli will 'U ilau(;hlers, fire 



son». from a yoiinpvr one of whom. Oforge, 
ibir |iri!>(fitl fniuiiy (lciu:<-iid)l. Sir PmncU 
Aitiii in 1604, aihI whh «. by (the only loii 
nnd bi-irof bifec-Ulf4tt«>ii,TitnM\.<v Fi Lfoitt), 
rmi. who nru alnin iii the rJrii wars, al t)i« 
sieL'c of ExcttT. it) 164*2) bis RTaiidxon. 

FiUM'i'. FiijoRD. fsq.of UrcHt Fulford. 
vvlio Ni. Siiaiinnn, daiiKbti>rof Joliii Ki-IIand. 
e^q. of Painsford, in Devon, nnd wa« r«tlicr 
of 

C<iL. Fb*n<;is FiLKoBD. ofOreat Kulford, 
tvbo ni. first, Mnrjinrct. dtiugbter of Jobn. 
Ixird Puulett. of llinton Si. ileorge, and 
!n.'i-oii(llv. Man'. dauf;bter find (:o-bcir of 
Jobii Tuckfiild', rftq. of Litllf Fulford. but 
d\in^ (Titboiit i!>«iH', in l((Kl, (bitt widow m. 
w*c»>iidly, Hciir)' Trfiirlmrd, f#i|.) wft« r. by 
bitf c'ounin. (-ipruiifc from (rr>orge, younger 
»on of Sir Fraacia Fulford) 

FiUNCih Fi'LFowp, esq. of Toller, wbo 
Ibcti liFcami- of Great Ftilfonl. Tbi.t Kfiith-- 
mnii in. C«ihrriiic, dnitghter of Williniu 
Swrtr, esq. and dying iti L73l), Ipft » miii 
and sut'crasor, 

Fkanci*) Fct^'ORD, PM). of Great Fulford, 
h. in I7(t4, ntio m. \nu, HnUKbtrr of 8ir 
Arthur Cliiulii-vli r, bitrl. of Yuaktou, iu 
Devon, nnd had iMue, 
JoiiK. bi# bfir. 
Fmiicis. viciir of Duitsfonl. 
Uciijamin-Snvtf, v,\io m, Jonmta Ger- 
rard, diiit){bler of TLoniua Galpiuc, 
c»i\. and bad i^iie, 

Baldwin, luccefsor to bis ancle. 

Il»rri(>t. 
Klixftbctli-Mary. 

KIorMic«'-.\uiie. 
Ann, m. to Sir John Collcfon, bart. 

Mr. Fulford rf. iu 174K, nnd nns i. by bis 
eldest sou, 
J>»llN FtLroKD, caq. of Great Fulford. 

nlio m, FHznbi-ib, duu. of John ljartH.rb<'. 
r»t[, bill dyiiii: wilboiil i»»uf, in I7HU. miis v. 
by bid iifybfw. Ibt- |.rf--t<-ii1 H^LtintN Ft L- 
rttno. e^^. ofilrvMt Fulford. 

.'lrm< — Carved in ^tonc. nrr, over a Urjjo 
entmmt- g^ti'ivny. uwdiT wbich you drive 
ibiii the (|Uitdrftn(;K*t Hud ure nine quar- 
ttrinpd. 

I. Fi'i-roim. jjiilfs. a I'bevron nrgrnt. 

"i. FiT/tMi«t, Mficfnl, a b^^nd belwten 
ibrre benm' bindn i<rw«i>il mi. 

3. MoKi^ro\, nrf;. n chev. between tlirve 
m^ior rocks, snblc, 

4. BtLsrnN. or. on a bend gule*, three 
rrtws fonrirfl nr({. 

A. Dn/iiu, ^uIm, Ill^^e bird bolts nrg. 

6. St. Gi<iiKOE, argent a liun ramimitt, 
gulvs a t-biul uz. 

7. (;(\rti.ipt, a pipe barry ax. ilirv« 

leopards' fncra florelle, 

H. 8r. AlBiN, t'rniiDc, on ■ cross gules 
five beutiits. 




Fl'LFORD, OF GRKAT FIJU'ORD. 

FIILFIIRD, BALDWIN, e«i. of Great FulibrH. Dororuhire. UoulcD«nt-ro1»Delor ih« 

Ooron militiK, m. Ania-Morh, i>)il«>«t diufHiUrnf 
tlir liiU* W illinm AiUnu, r«q, of Bowdob Toltwu 
(and M.P. for thai boraugfa), utd lia* iMue. 

I. B«uiwi<>>,oDr of Ibv ch«irmrni*f durQiwrIrT 

It. Fraiui". rrvtor of Trowlirii' ^' '" , ♦■. 
Mary, d>iu(;li(rr of Ati(lr>-M li 
mttii<J,rw).urCmllaU(t»,IlaaU, miu niv ivs< , 
I, l-'raiR-U>I>ruBUUund. 
1. All«e-Miiry. 
(M. Joltn. lifiit'-Tinnt in Itir iiavv. 

IV. H'illisin. lieuu^tiiiDt iii Ibc army. 

V. Oe«rgf. 
I. Anim-MartM. f«. hrr eouain, tliv Rav. Vtofm 

Ailatn*, vicAr of Pinboe, Devoa, aad km 
huiic, 

I. WilliKni-Falfonl. 
'i. rtiilip-nacrea. 
n. KIix»lM-t)i-Flori*Dcc. 
III. KIrt»iw»r. 
1%. IliirrirL 

V. Louisn. 

VI. Pbilii')ui> 




Imcacff. 



Thu family ia of Kakoti nrinin. and lidd 
Foli-fort. a4 il i> writtfro in Oomradny Hook, 
from nldVh plirt* IW nonu- u il«Ti»t*<l. Hfrc. 
a» il afi[*i'»ralijr rrronls, a* wrilim rcKi"""!'"* 
In iIk* Collr^p of Arm#, tlii-v witi- M-nIrt] in 
the tiiiit* orKiril^liti I., untf lin\r rontiiiurd 
ill )KMtM-t'l'Mi «r llir> «amf n«mi*, ill llir Hmir 
liiir.tyiii' ■ 'I il'«<.-«>ii(diiriiij; lln*l(ni(f 

pvriud ol 'ix ImiMlrrd \t'iirii. Tbr 

titiin^iun, "Ni. (i I* ' ," ' ' pilp of 

tullilin^', it «lill in '.;■.. il;1i oilf 

of thr nioft mirii'iil in i)i< m > ii m r.ii|;land : 
■tandiof; in it |i.-irt>. hkII i|ivt'rt>ilinl witU fmv 
timber, iini] willi i-xU-nii>r«ri>u(lJ and iilnnl.t- 
li'ina aroitiid it. Tlii* hoaxr w'a> ^tmriiioni'd 
Icir ri> .III I <. 1 i-i.i wn» taLcii tij :i part of 
Pit"' ' r iJk' rumiraiid of L'ul. 

<H': '. HMO. M.»»* Kiii^tliUuf 

lhi> lamil} dinin^nislird l)ifni»r|tc-s in tfir 
IloK Lniid.Sirhitldwiiidr Fiilford morr jmr- 
Ik'ufarlr. &tir Thoniiui Fulfurd naa unr uf 
the tni|;lil» »lio vtmi ii)i wlilt ilic Barl of 
l>r*on niid rrlirriKl Fxrtrr Mbrn besil•^rd 
by P«rl.i« Warb.rk.io HU7. 

Art-ontliiK to thr rci^rds in tlir llrralda' 
Oftcr wi- bcid ihr firki uf tbr Utnily i* 

Wii4.it w nK FiiLroan, wbo b<-ld Futford 
tfmp. IliciURD I., Olid lift a aon, 

Niciiuiaa Flltohd, of Falford. who bad 
a lou, 

U*iLiJ<tH FiirtRD, of Fulftint. MtH> m, 
MarK>r,d(iii);liur and ro-brir ul Hit UiililHin 



d<' Ek-Uton, ofPirham.Diivoa, t>^ wWn hr 
tmd 

llnsKV PirUYtftD. of Fulfonl. who had • 
aon, 

U'ltxiAH Pt'UonD, of Falford, fatbrr of 

John Ftrtronp, of Falford, who 
aon, 

Sir MrMn Fi ir»«t>. of Fairnnl. lit 

letup. Hi)««Kn III.. v>"i I'v iti'i 

nin to have mt in jii< 

jiiAticf UAAcuynfi aini 

bt»bo|) Stropa to be bcbraded. llo 

hy bin son, 

ItrMii F«'Unat>, nf FuUnnl. wbo 
diiii^bhT and brir of Fittiirai'. of WilUl 
S'lmrrsct. it\ nbum br liwl 

SiH HttOMrls Ft l>(iKn,or Folfnrd.ahci 
<ir Di'vun 9Kih llv.sHT VI . knifbl of 
.'<i-|>ii1iTt-. «iid I ndi-r Adnurnl In lldU 
Itulr of Fxf-UT, MiKh Idwiiml «f 
Frim'r Klylrs Sir El«)tlwiii "' • r»»*< ' 
nnd a trnvcllrr of »(> iiadaun' 
tbfll, for ill)- btinnnf and 11>>' 
lady, ill II raatlr V 
fou-.:bt a cuDtbal -> 
niM ' ■ 

i" 

r.. .1..;; 

be *An<]iii*lird. ai 
•M. FlilLAlif-lb.daii 
Jutiii Uu/'iti). u{ 
Mbo Nf-ddcd M-K" 



niLFOHD. OF GREAT FUI.FOKD. 



169 



vmr^-griHrTml lu Gdwahd IV., 

It. Jvlin, mion of Bxrirr rjitUct)r:il. 

t. Tbomain. m. !» Jnbd Woe, my of 
S^drnkmn. «ti<) liitti t«.^iic. Olnrr 
Wi. iif ti.r \Vi«^» of Sy- 

dcii > ii'i.i Wist*, ni.irrit tf (o 

Jbii , t'.-i). by uliutit »U« 

«••■ I Juhri. fir»t Knr) of 

*'- ...u. (ti*'.; vol. i.p.'jn.) 

'. lit Sir Willinm Ciry. uf 
II in Ut tuiinliin'.M'ns itlnin 
al i Ki 1-171. Tlif-y Irtl a 

KII-. I ' -iry, fittlxTdt' Williniii 

Cmrj, wLo M). Miirv. JjnnbtcT of Sir 
TbwiLW UoU-jii. ii'irl uf Ormoiitl. 
■ad yuuui;' r oirt' r ol Qmo-n A^V 

H«B*4on, K.fl. l<onl ChaDilierlAJn 
b> C;«mi FiijluilTit. 

Sii Tmomii Ft'irHKU. 'jfOrrnC Fulfnnl, 
.fgtir Tv iinilrr tlic tiniiin-r 'if 

*trr It- of TnMlnli, ill ) I'll, 

I IwtK-ittl.il. Mr 

r uf ^ir I'liilip 

'II. Ijv Kli/ubclh 

Xm * f. Lord Muiif(<T- 

' •■' . .■ - ... . J KuglaiMl (rmu. 

I .. aad NUB «. ■! bU ilccvasc u; 

■ .ii'. 

fr ir"Ri>, of fSri'Ml I'ul- 

r->i< II .til, wb» <*«|>ou«e<l 

■ licir of IJ*jn*il«', 

".1 iwuc. »4*#. by 

W anitbrr. 

Wtuttw Firfniin,r«»j. of flwal Fitlfonl, 

m1 fo-hcir of John 

.lid left II nou itiid 

J«M« FruotaD. IloL uf Gn'«l Fnl- 

,«ha ■rrti'd llw' " ' ' 'L'll "hftriff ol 

tM ill Uir '>>|J- >)f IUmiv 



••hi r^ 



^nml virvtimnM*t- 



' (Irnit Kul- 
r ftf ttii'lifinl 

IkI llllil INffT 

< il to Arllinr 
•■ttn.tn»r. I'P-^, t^l i>iiiuit^»n, And * 

f Orrnt Piil- 

ihT nnil rrt- 



■ lUft ' >«..Miii, 111 



»oni<. Troni n yoiin'^tfr mir of wliom, ft(>orgfl, 
llif iiri'S'iil fmiiily ili ■(•*.(■ iiila. iSir FmnoJa 
dicil in l(jflt, Hnct w>u- *-. by (ibe only *od 

.-inil bt-lrof bin<-ldi-i>'l ^ TluiM is FiLKottD. 

«>iU|. who WAK vlaiii ill Itic rivil wnrs, nl tliu 
i>«^« of Ex«'lfr, in IfH'i) liiii (;nitid»on, 

rR4VCi» Ki'uoKl', fdq.of Crt'iti Fulford. 
wlio m. Su9nnnA.dftui{btvr of Jubn K«lland. 
I'M], of Pninsfurd. in Dvron, and wu fntber 
Of 

Cot.. Fkakcis FrtFoiiD,nf Orent FiilfopI, 
n-bo m. (int. Mnrfru-ct. dauf;ht«r of Jotm, 
Lord Foulctl. of Hiiitoti Si. GcKirge, and 
stfvonilly. Mitry, daiiybler and ro-heir of 
Jubn Tuckfirlif, vm^ uf Liltlu FuJfnrd. but 
dyin>; »ilbnul j«»iie, jii 171)0, (liU widniv m, 
iwi'dridly. Hfiiry Trrncbjird, i'k\.) nns a. by 
tiis counin, (eipriiii); from (iforge, younger 
son oriJir Fmncia Fulford) 

Frincjs Fi'iKHtD. isij. of ToIliT, wbo 
then lipcnnif uf Grvat Fulfurtl. This i>iMttle- 
ninn m. rnibfriiit*, dan^blrr of Willinm 
Swc>t(*. i>s<|. »nd dying id ITOO. left « turn 
And AurciBsor, 

Fkino* FitLU'RD. esq. of Cnriil Fulford. 
ill. ill I7(M, wbu «M. Ann, dnui>blcr of Sir 
Arthur Cbi(-bi-»ti r. hart, of YouUlon, iu 
Dfvoii. unil lind iMue, 
JniiK, bin licir. 
Francis, vicar of Duiisford. 
Bcnjnmin-Swca*, who ih- Jaanun Ger- 
rard, diii]]f;litrr of Tbomiu (latiiioct 
Vflu. Hi)d bnd ii^ne. 

l)4i.pwiN, 8ui-ctrMor to lii« uncle. 

IJiirrict. 

Eli*»lR'lh-Miiry. 
Floiftiri*-Anne. 
Anti, Mt. In Sir John Collrson. bart. 

Mr. Fulford rf. Id I74», niid wm t. by Ida 
vldcitl son, 

Ji)ti\ Fri.roiin, I'M), of firrnl Fulford, 
mho m. KliKabrth, dun. of John l^rmrbi', 
*>tit|. I>ui dyiii^; nilbnut i»uif, in 17f<0, w«« j. 
by bi« ne|ib»w, tlii' nr^jwtil Ualuhis Fl'L- 
roHp, l^»^. of Grcnl Fulford. 

Armt- Ciirrrd in »lDnr. nrr. ovi^m liirjje 
cniriinrr pnlrwuy, niiilcr whiuti yuo drive 
into tbt* (juiulmp^li-, ui.d uro hum.' iinar- 
ti'rioirfl. 

1. Fvu-otiD. H'dfS. » elirvrou nrjfrnt. 

2. FiTjCII"-**, nrKnit. m l»rnd helwi-fo 
Ibrri' lii'itr*' hi-ud« fmAcfl ttn. 

3. MonKi'iv, nrg. n ehw. betwern three 
moiir i''J4-k», ubir. 

4. Itt.L^rns, or, on a brud gulvs, three 
(!r«MS ffiriiic» Mg. 

6. B020M. fnilc9, tbnrr bird Uills »rg. 

(t. 8t. <:t<iM(^e, srgpul n linn nin>|i>int, 
gulpsn thief »x. 

7, CtNrii.urr., a pipe liury az. throe 
b>0|ikrdii' facofl florrtI<*. 

H. Sr. AtoiN, cmunc, ou ■ crow ipitefl 
6vc bcxuit«. 



162 



PIULUPPS. OP RATON BISHOP. 



Mary, t. 7lb May, KUI, at. at [Uotiiikt- 

trjQ, -lUi NoYctnh«r. 1714. \o llenry 

C«1tlccon. of Hulrarr. wbotc vnn. 

John r.iil(lrrt.it(, m. lln- »i»<rr ff Sir 

Jinm HiTvffirit. himI wna aiin>flnr<>r 

llir )irr«rDl fatiiily of llerrford, oT 

Sunlun, (nrr to|. i. p. HH.) 

Mr. Philliii^ii. MhowHtilhiDKiti D«Tfii»l*r, 

lODO. bsl Aatd before September, I7(B. wu 

a. b/ fab etdcvt sod, 



utlwr»lar«or4OT«d lint Um>mh) WilUmn l'talli).|M 
hit rwilw. ■crottltnE; to Itw pacticuki aud raluo 
tiimof Cunarrly rrtnmiitl fnini lliia nioiiniUiv, 
■-xlthwl^fnof mMp«cictna.<Ii>ll Iw-" f nmi Uioirr- 
fonh vWrljr frtad mm dlMilwirfnM rnfm MH^UMtn- 
cioR. with im atedpcioa to tbp n^iti or <^M« nf 
eh* nid WilHm I'tilbppi. i&ortoallwlT-owioiu. 
pnMMtaMOtm, Wtd right uf unli«na(c« f vty c burah 
arehHi{wO: ud tb« Mud » iDmm i'liilli|ip« u«t- 
ninM tD du|iaa« of it. or kqv \>*n ihvnot. u 
Avafy RBil fully m Ktf u^ tnn* min tlw Munna* 
tnKieo b»» aufhi «r wmilil hav* don*: ■no tl« 
h»g htm not (nrtlwr tntabM, BMlMtpd, or pro- 
Medwl ■Ksinai m tb^ «r«y of •MiumtnMinti, (or 
■ny thjn^ •■i<l or doDs iu rrlarum to the tirat warr 
ifciunat ttw [MrbaMrol, untoMv tho Mid WdliAni 
PUIlippti bar* b«tin (tnctf «t|n|rvd in thv birrr 
WBn, ud hav* iaoHmd « r»-«Mt»«arMTk>n by auy 
Micb Kl or «D{pitf«R<)nt. Aw) mrKif all wmnw- 
■iamsi (at ■aqaaalnwlon*, nd otbar ofllvw » what- 
aOarar, ara U take notiaa bmI oImtttv iIm Hnw, 
aiid yiild obadfame* IwnmiKi. fHnwitlioiHmliDf ihM 
uud William l'tnlli)r(ia aball iwit pfoduc* ■ pvduii 
in hnur, or u>r ))«RKiitar unliiian*'** tir aet fbr bi« 
dWbwicf , aa tfcox n ill MIMnw tb« caait«ry U tboir 
firnlla. Sani. Hoy*r. 

To tlM> romintlttv br •mowtnoiMia 

in iIh- couittv Mf Hwfwuwd. and all 

olli«v« wbnat it may wrwoii. 

WiUn. MoliM, 
Ur. Squibb. 

Fran Kkolbar p>p*r ibo ia my poaaaailoo. 

By il)" covmitirc f>ir >ri|Uii*tm-i«4i* 
tit tbm dltv and ruuutv of lli-iv 
liird afiiniaaid. itw fnd of July. 
IlTMI. 
Ilr- 

>' I'lm I'b<llr|ip«, nf Mmllpy, In thn 

nuii.i, -.:.,. ^~^, gyinl»Mi»M, batb prvdiKivl wi 
>«dw fnun tbn vtmminmmmn for maqBiandinr. 

wbMvbr it aptN«fM iImI bb mIMp, B(>nmha|; lo • 
nrtivaW anci vala* fom*riy rmuTrtMl. iridi bia 
Mbmi of racpauttciii. t« dladumd. whuh ordw 
wtm tmf patii»d and rceMiM, and da ohaurr* 
1km nnai, wd bi «b«dk»f« thMvumo wm do hi>r«- 
hf ra^slf* tU Baaiir balobf bk|t tu ua «balM<rwr. to 
Ibrta w a fbrtWr dMBandisfrn anr f^ iha r«Nta w 
paytwnui du« or payibbi out of tb* »«rata afta*- 
■u'd, or anv wn* la wnlail nr ItwiUIh tba Mid Wit- 
Umi' fir bia undariaDanta, r<a— tin f a 

■td ' <■' fraia aad pn4kl Uwtao^ m dov 

My itoiDK« X iiaiMMvi^ ariih«Mt aparnU ordarpran, 
M mIm «r vmiUr tbe «id Wdliaa Pbdlipt* or 
Ua MilinaaaaU- Madu Uarrav. 

Wthwllwick. 



JkMHA Piiiu-irnt, UK), of llunttuKtoa utd 
Hifwrt, i. mtli Norrinlx-r, 1077. wbo m. 
{M'tllriiii-Kt Itrforc Riarriaitf daixd VHh Dr- 
cciiilH'r, lltWl Man', dniiKbtT of ThomM 
AlderRc.of Nnrtonf:ation, in tlrrffordaUf*, 
and bv b(*r, who waa living; in 17.*^. at ap- 

Kearsijy ibt' »t;rc«;m»-m for -■ "' -*Bft, 

ad thr«v MOHi. J^Mfv, of 'I '-fr, 

Oxfiird, fc. 'i7lli JniiDary, l/uj. n 1 j- t. p. 
bcf'irc 17.17; V\ illuitn, H. an infnnl ; nnd 
Tili>M4ii, hi-ir tn biit fiilbitr. Mr. Pbiltip)w 
d. in I7-I-I, wan tiurU-d m 1 1 DDtlnjiton. ISib 
June in that year, and 1. by bin aon. 

TiioMis l*HiLi.ifM. t-M]. of lliinlinflna 
and l^iwrr Enlun. in llir |>4irt»ti •■( RabM 
ltiabo|i. Hrrr flirt) shirr, luin. ■\. t, 

ItUb April, 17(17. ThJuK'-nii' «ru 

of Triiiitv Collrgc, Oiford, and rntr-rnl of 
till- MidJlr Trmpltt. 29{ti April. 17-M. «M 
Nppoiiiird (li'puiy Steward of tbe city of 
itrrclord in I7f>:), and for many yrara wtal 
at rbflinunn of (hi* iiuarlrr sirssintia. Mr m» 
6r«l,(M-t|]rnipntdal>d6tb Jul*. I7»7) LuKy.j 
dan^lili-i .ind lo lirir nf F.iU' ' ' ' 1 m^. 

of ihr Midr, Ml AblKttt'i I. iiru. 

and aflcrwnrde of (Jrrtnwu.!,. ntuu by 
whom be had tbrcv daui;lit<.*r>. *u. 
iMiaiinna, d. in infanr), l7'<Pt, 
Lary, ti. uuin«rri>it 4(11 Marvb, 17AX] 

bnrird at Grcrnwtcb. 
Manr, lif-ir ti> b<>r auiibrr. i, la I7'M,J 

m'ia ITflK, l» l*o^rll Smll. r«u. 

(luilln>{ (fninKP, In (>louce*trrMif*,j 

but d. J. ft. \*t Aiiini>i< IHI'J. 
Mr. Pbilljppsi m Mcandty, .'ilb Jiil*>. ITtJI, 
Knrali, only dau^hlcr and bnr <il ItoLrrl 
Ra«cnhi1l,iif EhImii (tiiiliop.antl l>t tlMtloaty, 
who <f. I'lli Sriiti-inlHT, l/HU. hod ianr, 

I. TiinUAR. lb. -illh Oclobrr. I7i6. 
Icrnd of the Middle trmplr llthl 
Frbniary. 17' 0. rf. at Vrnwtt ia V>»»« 
maiitly, aurinic bia fatbrr'a Ufritap«J 
ttninarrird. 

II, Jniix, hfir lo hia fatlier. 
Ml. K»Bftitr, (M-e pHiLurnt. af Lni 

WOKTIf.) 

IV. Jtau, (»er Pini4jrf«» of BaVb- 

OWYK.I 

I. .Santk. h. 7lb OctoWr, 1744, m. 
All Saiula, llrn-furd, .Ird Fa-tmiBrrj 
17(17, to Jautf* Walwya, «w^. 
Loni[>turth. M. I*, for llrtt-fiKii, a 
abcrill of lli^rcfunlalitn in I7M, <■«« 
vol. iii.l 

II. fc'lrannr, ft. I«h Jnly. 1700. ■. U 
FaIoii IliAhnp, lUlh AK|E<a9l. 17*A. m 
John F%;ai>a. rw). of tlH< B^ilelta.i 
tain in tht Hcrrfurd MHitia. " 
l7tW. 

III. I'*raiirr#, t. *nii fi'^ . it.t.rt 
m. at K&i'>n Hi* I 
l774.1nllK' ».■! ' 
ol SiMnton and llynuck. ia 
abtrr, rrctar nf the Cm Mi I 
Sbo d. iWb I>eor«bcr, tOl. 



PHIM.IPPS, OF LONnWOUTII. 



163 



tv, Jjac^. h. 7i)i Mov. !7M. rf. aoiu. ml 

B*th.'7iti Mnnrli. 1811) 

*. Aao*-, L. hith Julv, IT.Vi, ni. fiml, 

Bt Fnt^m Ki'hip. -inti July. I7A'». tu 

Fr ' ' ' ' kJ llr^'d^e*, 

r^i -l.t-riff ID l7Ma, 

>li*)J iuuh Novinibcr. 

riirtk-itirpf, liitil (wo 

■in. 9hi*Hinrrlrdt 



»' 

i: 

4kti{ltt 
mamd'r 

•rlM W 

uan. 

IMP, «ii-. - 
ft. Ii«Im-IIa, Ii 



I, hi Linoiliitfbirr, 
inlon. Nov('nibt>r, 
< U.11I1. l9i A|)ri), 
■ 'I "1 Tilirrton. 

vD.iti Ihfflfrih, in I7A.1, 
i. wiu buHr*d at E«ton 
i.viJ by lib *oo. 
T ■ PiiiLUM**, of Lowfr 

EbUmo, : -li- St. Milburoti^li. in 

dw eBtft' I', b. %'ilU AutfiiKt, i;-l7. 

•fcft •- DnJ Au^u-'t, I7K). .iKjuernV-^tiiinrr 
i^prl. R4ih. \iinr. fotifili (lNii|;ht«r of 
CkwlM P/c or Wuirry, in B(-rL«hiro, of 
AvAady of Pjr, of Farin^Lm, luicl hnil 

I. inux. bu lirjr. 

n. C%ulrk. b. Ml Raton niaho|T, Ut Pr- 
Vrauy. 17U7. tomttifiir of llrirl Col- 
UiTT-, 0,ri>r»I. . itnuin ilijrd n-irinn-ni 
L- m. IDlti Aa;:uMl. 

I' I. iIiiiiirlittT of Jottn 

Ii StoLr Hnll. 

*■ -X, nuiJ has a 

•'' Uuitli, Wtu at GttDeva, 

b. 

HL TU':>aia*, III lintynfdrr*. ofSt. Jnhii'» 
C«nt|[r, Camtiniigr, rvtlor of LiUlc 



Uirch, ill Hercfordflliirv. I. ICth Au- 
goit. IMOI. 

IV, Ktrnry, i, in Janaary, 1600. caplaio 
tliini Liglil llnt^oonf. 

V. Hobert, il. fiib Augiut, 1807, litute- 
naut ((.N. 

I. Aii>ir-tfi;ilir1ln, m. nt Wttla>l cliurcli, 
Itatl.. Ilth l>i-(t:iub<r, |A27, la tll(^ 
Kfv.JamcuOiaiwll.iwcondBHrvivimf 
»on of the littt^ Ellioii (•niiicil, uf 
Golden Grove, Barbadors, aud baa 
isatle. 

II. Fnitiri"*-Ann<'. 

III. Lucy, 4. HI llalli, in Mny. 1410. 

IV. Man-, IN. .Ird May, tfl^l, 10 the 
Rev. F^ward llnnoford I>aiiii^ll, of 
Clirul CoUv);e, CuDibridge. und lias 
iMue. 

V. KanOi-Cntlifirinr-, d. at Bath, tZOth 
Marrh. I81f}. 

VI. lEiil)t!lla. 

Mr. Phtiii(>|is d. 'iOtli November. 1813. and 
was succr4.*drd by bis aoii. (hr prcsenl John 
PHlLurrs, cw). of Enloo Bisliop. 

ArmA — QiiArlcrly: t.^t »ni) 4th or, .1 Hon 
rnmpiiul sa. coMnrrd aiiriihainod of thr fim, 
within a bordnre of tht> H.*cond. thar^-d w tth 
cigblcroiucroMlcUKokl for PHiLLiri'<>; 2nil 
and :)rd, frni. thriro ravens, two und one, 
|i)ir. farli standiog uq a inuiint vi>rt, for Ra~ 
VKKHILL. 

Cmt — A di'ini-lioQ M. collared and 
cbaini.'d holdin); bt'twevu ibc paws a Ivo- 
panl's face je»sanlde lis or. 

Ettatrt — I»wer E^ilon, in lh« parub of 
Raloii Hi^lmp ; and Slu'lwick.. in thv parish 
of llulmer, llrrrfordsliire. 

Seat — Euton, Ilrrefordithin'. 






PHILLIPPS, OF LONGWORTH. 

PUJLUPi ' UT-BlDDlJLPH.^sq. of I-oijjfwonh. ia die county of Ilero- 

t-^ .if ih* M ,, . l-.i^Ib. banntar-al-law, ttiid M. A. of Trinity CoIU'gv, Oxford, A. 

.'S, m. at St. Maijlebone, 5th Augiisl, 1834, EliraMh, only daiightftr 

.-.»»» i-^.k^Xrf, «M). of Qrockharopton, in lltrrvfordshire, by Elizabeth, liis wife, 

ftod heir ot RoUn Bulkel«y, eaq. of Butkeley, iu CheihiTd, uud ha* a daugh- 



EiiiABrru-BiTiKitLcv. 

Nr. Phiilifif* i* a timtu-f) of the praro niid dopuly-lieutenant for Uie county of Heiv- 
kai. Ha Mictri-ciWd bu fathor lat Tebruary, lS'J-2. 

lUnragr. 

parish of Ltii^wnrdioff. ill llrrrfurdbhiri*. Wr. 
rrpri'»4<iiii-d lliTf font io piirlinnirul. in ITH4, 
and Mniinin,>nrlht'r(-i>nii i;i;7, and ffcorUer 
nr drpuly-steward, in IMNJ. lie m. IHlh 
■Soptcmbor, I7D4, at Chine I burnt. i» Kent, 
Mary-Anne, bccoik] daughlor of Michiu*! 
Biddulpb, CM1. of l<fdhury, in lUrrford- 



Tku u ■ branrh of ihr family of Pilll.- 

.:{ r,.r 'D T:;-huii 

li I hArriklcr-nt-laM', 

ii *:.■ - J ■ • iiird ooo of Thiimao 

oi HuiiunKilou itnd Lowt^r 

fmui his nrphtiw. Major 

itc of LoMuwoftT*!, iu Ulf 




PHILLIPPS, OF BRYNOWYN. 



ihira ud Cuftoti llall, Worrmtrralilret it»d 

RnRERT BiDorirH. his lirir. 

Thnnia»-Alftc<l. d. nn jnfatil in IMtl. 

M«niin, m. ■< LuEWnnlim-. 'iint\ April, 
IHIff. I'l ('linrli'(> U)«tiil (tcirilon. i-«q. 
of llftiiititrL Hill, 8urr* y, flilf-l vm 
of I>itvi(l (lOnlon.PAq. ol Ahprj;rlcli«, 
in Abf ntrt'Dtfliirc, nod liy him. vrhod. 
in Uctdbrr, l^i6. hiu fuur tlnuf;hlrri. 

Lucy-Pr»fluftc. (/. utini. nl Cbrllcn- 
hnm, ?iiiil Si-p|cial>vr, ISO. 

l-lan-i<'i-S.irH)i. 

UiibfllJi - KriiticM, M. nt Si. Mary's, 
IjinilK-lIi, ainl August. lNt24, to 'l)ic 
Hfv. Hrrtmr<t Jolin Hitrd, V'icjir "I" 
Prlrn'liurch, thiril >oii of tlir ri|cht 
lion. Huticrt Wird.of BnnKorCa^tlc, 
ill DownHliire, jouogcsl son of Bcr- 



nanl, fint Viirouiit Bulbar. Htft 

n. J. WHrd d. 34tb JxnuAr^, 1102.1 

a^i d tliirtV'llirrr, triivinii ihrt-r toM 

mid imr d>iuc)ilpr. 

Mr. P)iillipp»rf. Ul Kc1iniiiry.lK£l.Jiiidwu 

J. by lii» only »on. ll»* pm-Jicnl Ilnnr.KT BlB- 

Dt'LPM PKtLUPrM, p«(). of I^ng^orth. 

Armi and Of«i— Svc PiiiLLirp* of 

Bi»hu]i. 

B**»tr» — Thr miinor and ntnte of 
ttiirili, in llip pari»hra iif Luf-wanlipr mM 
Pnriiiifi^tuii, ai>d in right uf hU Mtfr, the 
pfiliitc uf Kurlkfiiliilt, ill llic uariahes of 
llromynnl and Ediorii Italph. wiln thi- reanor 
of HwJ|Ccbilcli (oUicrwiac Hiwt>ali*h) aod 
Clattr. and the mtiilr of llodgvbaicb. aU ia 
ibr couolT of Hrrt-Con). 

fi'Mlf-^Loitgwortli and BucLmhUL 



PHII.LIPPS, OF BRYNGWYN. 

PHILLIPPS. JAMF.S, o«i. of Rrynffwyn, In the countv of Ilrn-rord, ft. 
May, I7PH, nml tiafitirotl at Mm-li Dewrliiirt-li l^lli ScpWmlicr fullnwin);, m. \ 
Marvlfhonr-. Maj. I SCti, Liir^-Man,''Ann, only rhild (by his firat marmfn>t ul 
ttnaot-Gtiaonl Dutiel Uuval Burr, of PoitUiid Plitce, and hu aurviriog ihuv, 

J««u. h. 3nl APKUFt, IH27. 
Rpf[ina!d. V Hth Jantmry, IS3I. 
llrnry.^Mrd L)rrrml>i-r. IHTIS. 
Anoitirr tun. b. lat February, IH3fi. 

Lacy. 

Mnry. 

Hnrrirt-Eliubrtb. 
Mr. Phini))fM. Mime time a capuin ta the Htrftotd milida, and one of tha j% 
the pear« for t)iat »hin>, 8Uccc«dod hu father 9th AiigtMt, )t}09. 



TLinrnar. 



iMnu Phiu.ii'I, fWi. of Brynenvn, in the 
parfih of Mocii Drwcharrb, il<Ti-r<»rd«hirt', 
caiitain in ihr Hi-rrlurt] militid. i^.2.'lnl Si*(i- 
l4?m)M<r, I7*il (vuiiii^rst vin nr Thumn» l*hil- 
lippa, ol llunlinKdnn ami Luwr En Ion. by 
SAriih, bii »c<rond wifi>, lUiishlrrahd bririif 
Itohrrl Harriihill. rit).) ntarriid nt Cir<iit 
Si. Ilrl<>u'i. Bubopfti'nii-slrrft. 'ilHh June. 
I7U-'). Mnry. trcund dtiuf^htrr of Saoiurl 
Bfidirrttn, rwj. •>( rniydr>ii. in Surn-v.and 
by bfr, «tm H. 2nrd M«n:h, 1810. had imiit. 
J«ut«, hia brtr. 

MrnTrl '^'*"'- '"^*"" *" "*"'* 
Ricbanl. bii)>t. at Muc-U Orwcburtb. 

SMli March. IMH. 
Mary. w. lo Uw Kw. Ralph Lochfy. 

«lrar«f Msrb Drwrhnrrh, and rvclor 



of Uanwamv, and furvlrn a 
Milb IHO aooa at»d two daaibtrra. 

Hankt, m. to hrr (int coiiain. iofcal 
Pbillipps, rnj. of Ksiifi Hi4*(»»p 

Cathrriar. m. at Llnn^* ' Ji- 

niiarj. lam. u> ltn< -^. 

»r-cond flurr i* iti i. • , -n '.-ilaJi 

S>kr9, r«q. ol I I r I ! i[.. ta 

Ihf counlv of YufK, ind ins i««av. 

Mr. Philli|.|%« W.Dth Ansvat. IM*. aad w« 

4. by bia cldi-r Miti. tit* pnani JaMa Pun.* 

ufp*. eaq. of BrTngwys. 

Arwu mnA Crrnt — Sea PniLiim of Ealoa 

Bii>bt>fi. 

K*rM/r»^ln thv Cfmaty of Uireford. 
!StMt—Br} agttyn. 



16.5 



* « 



ST. ALBYN, OF ALFOXTON. 

tYN, LANGLEY, e«q, of Alfoxton, in ihe coupiy of Somerset, M.A. ofBal- 
liol Colle^o, Uxford, b. irtth August, 1786. m. lOth Feb- 
ruary. 1810, Frances, only sunriviiijf duuf^httr of tha Rot-. 
IdAreiice Henrd Luxtoa, U. A. of Ash I'riors, in the sroiq 
county, by France*, \\i» wifu, only dauifhter of Tliomas 
Cndl»nd, esq. of Woacnmbe, in the name county, and nidow 
of Hotwrt Blnke, cHq. of Asli Friore, and hmt uwue, 

L^NCrLOT. A. Htli April, mil. 
Henry, b. aoth December, Ibltf. 
Ann. 

Caroline. 

Thin gentlemnn, whotie patron)*mic {« Oravenor, succeeded 
to tJio entatea, in Somcnwt imd Devon, of hi* paternal j^al 
uncle, the lU-v. Lancelot St. Albyn, M. A. (whu died 22nd 
January. 1791.) on coming of age. Kith August, 1806, and 
on ihtt I9tb of the saioe month, in compliance witti the will 
of the laid Lancelot St. Albyn, assumed, by royal license, 
the surname and arms of St. Ai.bt?( only. 
St. Albyn i* a magistraie and deputy- lieutenant for iIk couuly of .Somerset, 
u for ftome years a captain in Uie West Somerset I.ocal Militia, on the 6nit 
.of tkit force, commanded by Thomiu Buckler Lethbridge, eaq. 



D 



^.. 



Himage. 

[.Tbe Sr. Alstns deduce tbeir orijdD Trom 
iat Albise in Nurnnuidy, «ud bavins fol- 
ml WiLLiiv the CoMi/Urrur iiitu l-'ii[;lund, 
many rr uluri'-H ^rlili'd in the north 
|i«>*ftrM<*il nf ron^iilcrHbte flatnU** 
■firral pflHihrfl of George Hatn, 

iwcll. nil atxictil ftfal of Ihr ramtly, 
'iortirur|*o llitiii.ure ti> bf M«n 
F-lance and quoit of Muu(;re St. 
and in the church of that place a 
cAcy. ts a recumbcut poailiuti, on bta 



J43B, iuMK St. Aisvn, esq. of Para- 
Banivd Joan. dauf;htrr and heir of 
fAftfaiim, esq. of Aifuxtun. in Ihe 
- -'t. And widow of John Sy- 

ik«: BadiAlliui, in the same 

t iii:< ""!;. bafinj; aiirvired holb 
ka«bao«l«, em>v Orrhwrd (iiuw Orrhartt 
" i«i>,«ea ihv lAtidi *he ttK<| from her 



Gkdkhk St. Albyn, of Alfoxton, who m. 
Mnr^rel. dnughler of John Acland, km\. of 
Aclan<l. in Ihe county of Devuri, and lu him 
/. the rider ol liin Ilir4*t< sons, rtz. 

John Sr. Aluyv, ol Mfoklon, whu m. 
Alice, dnu^lbtcr of Juhn Lytc. t-st). of Lyir's 
('iiry, in Ihe c-ounty of Sumcncl. From 
thia marriH^ti wafl an is«iir uf nine •inns hiicI 
eif^ht dau^liU'r^ ; of nhich ftuns, llir ihird. 

La^cki-ot Sr. Ai-BVN, inherited Alfoxlon, 
and m. Elizabelh. sister of Sir Nicholss 
Hiilswetl. km. of HuUwfll, in the county of 
Somerft4't. This uninn produced »et'«» Max 
and five daughters : the chlcsl son, 

JoHK St. Alby\, of Alfoxton, jn. Mar- 
garet, daughter of John Uudin(;ion, esq. uf 
l)<idtni;tun, in the county of KomerscI, nnd 
hud fourdouD and fuurdaughlvrs: ibc t-ldcat 
sun, 

JoHK Sr. Alrvk, succeeded lo the estates, 
bill H. Mithoul ia«ue; and the second son. 



r, to b»r sou by Sydenh;ini. aud Al- ; Christopher St. Aibyo, never havinfr mar- 



awl the Iand4 she hiul from her 
to her son by St. Albyn ; which 

sn St. Aljyw, of Alfoxtnn. m. Eliia- 

Aiu/l.tT iitid co-heir of John Trptitl, 

|. 9f ' -'-Till, in Ihe county of S«- 

r was father of two Sfjns, 

Jon-. X, of Alfoxton, m. Cicely, 

Ail|<kf Emmrrfurd or Hyndford, 

t^ a< . the county of Ourscl. by 

«4aB be bad iirr lOBi attd ux ilaugbten. 
IWtUctf aoo wu 



rii-d, the family succession vas maintained 
by Ihi^ third mn, 

Lancf-Lot St. Albyk, of Perry, in the 
parish of East Qu mi lock ahead, who m. Eli- 
iuibeth, dnufrhtcr of John .Si. Albyn. esq. uf 
Nctlicr Stowcy, in the county of Soiiier5et, 
and by her he hud twu daughters, and an 
only son, 

JoHv St. Albyn, of Holford, who m. 
Amy, daughter of Francis Uawden, esq. of 
Slogursey, in tbe county of Soraeract. by 
whom he hnd four suoa and four daughtera : 
the eldest M>n, 



106 



HOOP. OP BARDON PARK. 



JqH> 8r. Al-BYk, inlirritrd .Ufcnion taA ' 
AtuAn ettiJMlxUilntliglotiwgf^lonclp. [ 
hM 4]rb« witkMl bMr, OM Aunlljr lin« ttfta 
c — Cli w d by U* Best Imitber. 

LancBjyrSr. Alrt«, uf Nrthrr Sfeim«]r. 
wbo vcddid JoiD. danshttT aod bcir of 
WflUam Colttfd. wq. *r I»Dilbvto«. !■ Uir 
aami; «f 8onvn»c, and Iw4 two iom and 
ibrrft itkugkuif*, *i)u 
JoHK, bis Iwjr. 

ElbiiibiKfa. m. la Wiuu> Gravrwir, 

mrrcliAiit «l Driatol. 
Ann. 

Tlir plt|r>r ann, 

JoilK St. Ai-BYK, an thr dcUh of hb 
ourlr, #. (o Alfoxtou, liod m. Ann, dau^hler 
of Natlf"'*' 1*1 "|<-, t:»q. of DitlYi-rton. in 
llir run rwt : Un\ tljini; witlir>ii| 

Immii*, I<< 'it, ntfh, AK'il firty-twn. 

bM|i>f-«llinl Ilia patBtM lo hia wife, wlm, with 
n ferlttig u liiinuunilili' «■ joat. gw" tbrm 
by brr will to tbr brother of bvr dfi^'iiM'tJ 
bunbmid, 

Tttr Ht\. L*\(ri.nrST. Ai-otw. wlin m. 
Atiikit-Mnrin, ilrtii;;hlrr nt' Hrnry Si-llfck. 
emj. of WnMord, tii Uir voanly of Xotnrrm*!; 



dytDg bo«T«rr witboQl iwar. nud briac (bl 
Iwt of bi» famUy in i'-'- ■ ' - ' 

qunlhrd MarvUlra iiti 

wbk-b look pUe« UtJu... — £^ 

Mfi, irbeB hr aboald Mtam tbr rkc of tirrat; ■ 

ion ■•' ' 

Whl linil M. W -i 

of Ilrutol. St. \ 
llHianly ftuni -. 
Uy,Mq.ar<::- -••■ 1 



nor, torn ti«iit« 
nor to. M«r\ , 

-i (.,- , !... ' 
,,,.,, II,. ..,:y1 



Of Brrfcc. of vtiicli mnrrint;!:. 

Lavilci (now LiM.Lr\ Sr, AlBfii) 
Ui« only aar«i*iri.' 
«atillnl, rm the '■ 
nrtatra of liia I»i> (Mirinu ^.i 
Her. l.^inceIot St. Albjrn. ■ml froM. 



Hint* lie bu bocn tlu! rrpi 
•nrii-nl family il Alfonlon. 



rtitmliv»i 



Amu — EriB. on « bend ma. Hirer \u 

i'rtit — A wolf. B<'janl, t?rm. collar, 
Aud liiip n-flpJiwl over \\\v bark or. 

Maife — iH-ua inrua Dux. okroa. 

hUtatti—ln ibc coautin of Sumrnrt < 
Devon. 

litat — Alfavlon, 



HOOD, OF BARDON PARK. 

IIOOD-JACOMn. RDBKIIT. Mq. of Banloo Park, in tbr coiraiy of 
Htli .Itilv. 171)4. m. '2Hclt March, ISSl, Sumd. dauKbtor of Jolin Krai|t, «M|.ari 
•J»'*T"V IliU., iWx, nod liaa iMiic. 

R"nritT. f'. 264b Jaaiinry. 1932, 
.' A.3r«l Prlirunry. 1HW- 



Kintna. 



>l|ib. 



Tliw f^radnman. wlinM< patronymic in J-tOoun, inheritM) Bnrdoa Park n IMS, 
dvtvvMr u( Willjnni llnoi], e«q. nod KMumvd, by tliat gvDilammn** dfshv, lb* addtttn 
aurtiamn and artna of llocm, '"'J '"* 



limnsi. 



OOl) 



./^v 



In KVW lUrdon Pari «•»• 
Cliirm Euftptfn l4> Hir Hrnry Ri 
lint, and Henry Cutlrr. t«iL fr»in *l 
naa tdUiMtrd I<i tlir family of ll>vir>. 
aally arttlri] ai \\ ilford. ik \n 

TiiaHA<i Hoop, riq, of U- ' aoa 

of Jobn llodr. uf tbr nmr |il'W-, U^ Kl*tJt-d 
betb, bl» tvlfe. Rwrrkd la I.-*?!, and ba4| 
laroa, 

Rkhard. wba at. in lAtt, Jaar. Aaogb- 

' '^'lomaa Kaigbllaj, oaa, ol 

^ lira, in WarHaiHnwIiIri . 

iin-i iiAu ihrrr an—, Tfcowaa, llrat 

and Ovorgr. 

T(l»«t«. of WboV |WT9Mtl}. 

•arrM 



Jobn, Uting In lOOB, 



B.Uc*C 



dABcti 



wctitrr "filcofifv" Ijvuli-lon, nm-of 



*NuJ. I>. 1*. bom at Bonlon Park hi 

turn, t-rtfrrr,! t<I (jiK-'iltl Cn||e|re. 

Ffi'iiir ilifffuof id 

r iu imt. it. in 

s, .)£' >1 (ii^liU two, Irmiiit! hy 

Ikun^t. bt» w)r*i, a »uii niiil <tnugh- 

J«h, of 8(. Uikrtin'* Lnd^nlr-. Lon- 

inro. 

FlixaWih, m, n\ ihr Iti-t. Julm 
Park)-*, rt-i'inr of (!lMKilnii, Nor- 

m^rnrtl (niihoal lirr fa- 
■ "iiM-ittJ — Sistuu, atid had 

RW, ■■■ to Jantea floylr, cm\. niii) had 

rrtftr. ik. lo — ian«a. ifif|. aiitl Imd 

HinnI dM alioul itia ii-nr 1(^1, Mitd 
«WrM b Mafkfii*M Clmrcb. Ili» Mfuiml 



HOOD. OF BARDON TAUK. 



167 



T- 



T 

». .' 

M ■ 

J 



". »-.*»(■ in»rri<*il in IW"), 

1 tilnw , iltni^fili-r til.ThmiiM.i 

I'lAiTr. ID IkTh\Hliiri>. 

I* rUurlltiu, (^t|. of 

' it nl lti« dr- 

''k'iK. who 

, ™ ... .'tiili|i I'nitiv. 

I .Mill and ■iii'i-r«Mr, 

•i HuiiliMi l*atk, ttlin 

>ijttrr iii Joliii Sin*!' 

c Wnrnit:k,«Iiif»- , 

I Elr.iiior. Ily 

'■■■i-t'itT. KUiui- 

■ -«i. Ill Ntji- 

, Nrilli two 
i'j{*r, and j^nne, lite wiffi uf 

l*.irV, who 

'! \\ itli»in 

, in W. iLiy. ni)d hud 

I). 

)•»«*« kilNil (ly Hie fall 

I Iter hoiMr in llitllf, 

ihr Wig\> tviiid lllli 

■und," 

■ ' ail- 

I Ml. oiiii .In , wlii-n 

«ta« »hot. Shf m. 

I*, aaq. iif Liverpool. 

a ■nil, 

" ..^n.,.. .r!,f»«. 

\r.4l- 

• i)t-\. 



Daniel, captain orainrinrs, i/. 

Hnm. ill IHU7. 
Cbnrlrs. 

John, mnrrivd and bad iMNO. 
Mary, d, unm. 

EUiabt'th.m.uSninaelHow8e. 
esq. of Batb, aad d, #. p. iu 
17«7. 
Surah, nlio m. Oip Hev. Ro- 
hc!rl Jiii-oiiih. uf Lnuronce 
l*ounlii<'y mil. |j(>iidon, and 
H. M. p. in 1791. Mr. Ja- 
comb'fl son, liy his vccond 
wife. ElixHbrth.duughler of 
WilliaiD HtUliouac, esq. of 
Cliltottj 

RoRP.nT JiCOMR. i>i*'|. iii- 
l)f>nii>d Hnrdiiu lVirk, 
nad having iiMunit'd thu 
» surname of lloud. i» tin* 

|)r«'»rnl Mr. Hvud, of 
llArdun. 
M.iry, tt, itnm. in I7l>7. 
Mr. Hood H. imh Januiiry. 17I'M5. and 
wiu> t. Itv his »oti, 

JoMN Iltiun. t»(\. (if UHrdoii Park, who 
m. (W-ilin. Bisirr »iid co-heir of William 
Rurll, cw{. (i| Cl'iphnm, iu Surrey, ntid by 
hf-r, whn died IKlli (^klulxr. I?ijw, in hrr 
rishlirth year. hi«d 
Wiu-Uiw. Iii« licir. 
John, died unmarrir^, .Ird Kcbruary. 

I'tW, agi'd ll)irtY-wvrii. 
Rtlniuiirl, whn died unntarrivd, lOlb 
Fctiniary. IHA^ In hii arvKniy- 
apvenili vat. 
Mnr>', dii-J iiiirniirri<>d in I7.'*)4. 
Mr. Iltiod d. i'iih Xiti'tisi, IT.ifl^Miid rtni» t, 
\'S hi« r)dr«( son, 

\\ )i t I4M H<uiu, rm\. of ftardnn Park. A. 
it) ("H, fwrri»tpr-«l-l«w, iiiul. n\ ihi? prrifid 
of Iilit di'cfHW, M'liiur In-iirln-r of thr Iiiht 
Ttfmi-lt:. Ili> m. ill 17N-2, Mnry, iluti(thirr 
of Cbnrlr* Ruxtoii. vjm|, of Hruxli'il. in l-»- 
w\, but dyint; ivithout iiuuc, l<iUi May. 
IS.T.1. di-viM-d hill f-Mnle- to thii niutht-r'a 
t;raiidiir(il)i>w't hi» rtuiKin. RnnFitr JiioMfl, 
••«({. nliti hiiik KKMiiiKi'i) Mip Auriinnir and nrm« 
uf lloiib, und it* tht! pn-aciii IloiiF.iir-iAi:oHB 
Hooo, Mq. of Itardou Park. 

.ifiimiltr4 of ^nrll and .9Ar«mb 

NAriuNiri. Fii'vvv.*, vouiiR»?r hrother of 
Jnin^s, iKHiond ViJicounl Say and Si-k. iriym- 
miMioner of the turvvA M-al in thi* liin<.' of 
Ulivkk ChoMHiil, m. fir>l. filiniiUih, 
d>iULcltt'T <if Sir John Kllml, uf Pnrt Rlliol, 
ill fTurnwtill. and had ii <u>ii, William, third 
ViKi'uiinl S.1\ and Silc : 'ind tteoudly, 
Franri-a, duiiehit r or Kirhard W hilrbrad. 
4-fK|. (rfSldirli-), III tlanU, by whom he left 
ii duiir;hii'r. 

M^m FitNKM. who twcame Iirir»aa to 
hr-r fittlii-r a\ lhr> dfi ciui! of bet ncphrir, 
Nnihjinie), I'Hirlh VuH-outitSay and bcU. 



ii 



SPRNS, OP UTMALI^N. 



Nhc wrdilrtl, in 1684, Sir Etliniiiif) HairiMin. 
koL, of l^umu-r Potiuuicy Kikl, >ii ihv ci'ly 
of Iwondon, and ihrd in 1731, a^il «e«vnty- 
•evrn. IraviriK issac, 

Fifunes HHiriMiD, d. unm. 

Mnry ItarriMft. m. to AAmiirl RmuI, 
Mq. of Hiifknvy, iii MMi»Ilr)M-\. 

CftClUA II JRRISOK, of wtlOUl prrMUlly, 

Sunh HAiriBOD, m. lu Joel Wntton. 

evq. of ClnphKtn, tn Surrtry. 
Jane Hnirison, in. Id Mntlhiiu Kiog, 
fttq. o('H»<"kii(;y. in MiJdlrwx. 
The «i*conil i1<iul;IiI<t mid crt-licir, 

CeriLik IlATtiiiftoN, m. H'illiAm Sncllt 
cvq.orLuurcocr Pountm-y Ilill.nndfif WaI* 
UmniBlow, and by him, who H. 4tb July, 
I7&0. agril fixty-ti'Tcn, had i><i>up, 

WiLUAt* S\r-iu of Cln|>bu». miny 
yrnrt a dirretur of tht Eusl Iitilia 
<rom|>any, aitd »fteTm»rd« at tlip 
Bmik of England ; m. Eti»ibt-t)i. 
daiiKbLcr of Bt'iijatnjn Bond, fBi|. of 
London, and relicl of Jo»ei>)i Urooiv- 
tiRnk,rM|,of Hrnlauj^b Mnnur. ^ ork- 
ibirr, bul H. without i»siic. Itilli Jn- 
Iiu«i7, 17W, ngcil w\ly-ninc. 

Ckcilia 8<>tl.L. ro-hctr to ht-r brothrr, 

m. Ji>M\ HiiiiD.rsq. uf Uardon I'nrk, 

and dird in I71K), Ivavjug, wiUi oUicr 

iMue, a M>n, 

WiuJiii Hood, cm. of B&rdon 

Park. 

Mary Skkll, eo-lirir to b«r brolher.m. 

Witliua Jaconb esq. of Laarenc« 



SPEN8, OF LATH ALLAN. 

8PEN5, ARCHIBALD, fnq. of Mnnor H<.i»<>. luvtrvsk. North Brftwn. 

roloacl in the Hon. Eajit India ('ompasjr'a Mnrtcat A.' 
Jime. I7G5. m. 7Ui Dvccmber, t797. CWlnttif. wconJ 
(latigbtcr of Aruudwl PbUlip, wq. of Ummu, aad 
tHtie, 

AacHlBALO, in ihr Eait India Cotntvaay^ cWII 
BofDlMy nIaUlivhmtnt. *. I7(h Au);«»t. IWW. __„ 
Nofftwiber, l«ai. IliirrMrl-Oclitfrlaory, ridfti Aniti 
of <^>1oiir| TboRuu Valiant, of ll»r -i^tth rrfioMrat, 
hut 

Arcl.iLild-Lo. khan, t. «tlt Fclirwjr. I8M. 
Aruii>l<l-Th<iniN», 4. 16tb Majr, lOa.. 
CharloltP- Hrnrirtta. 
Tboaio*, an ofBrif in tbr East India Covpany'i 

t. ill IHIU, and rf in Janunrr, IVOI. 
Aninclrl. k. 1»lh January. Itflb. it. ia A|>rtl, IKSO. 

Mar^r. ^ In Infaocjr. 
ClMrloo*. 

Mr^Mlopr, (''•'*■»«• 
Cath«rutf. 

UnttuiBiil-Colooel Sprat Kicc««<l«tl ii» iIm r»])r«*«iiutioQ of ibo aaeiani IWiIt 
Sprat of UUiallan oa the denUM of hit broUi«r io I SOU. 



I*nuntnry Hill, and dyin^ lOlb Dr- 

c^mbrr, I7H4, Irfl iiiAiir, 

TiiF. Rrv. KoarHT Jjcokb, of 

Wellinehoronith. ia Nortbamii- 

toiialiirr-, who m. flnt. Harab. 

ffnuKhlrrof [>nnir1 l>ati*rn.r*i|. 

hot liy thai l«dy htid ■•<■ iuur, 

and »rci>ndly,in I'lU, RliAabetb, 

4lau. of William ItiDluuai*, r-aii. of 

I'linun, bv whom, "ho ditHj •! 

Ilalh. Il^lb'o ifi, lir bn>l 

KoDlHT J ' .iMnmrd 

llic i»uni4:i>^ oi ti'xiD. 
TlioniiiK Jai-nmh. who w- JanH« 
I'nartb dnn. * .uirl 

Pirncr, nwj. ^ ro" 

in Northuii>|ii 'niiiiir. anH 
liaa tlirr« foui and ua« dan. 
via. 

ThoMW. 
Rdarand. 

Wtllian. 
Janet. 
j»|V Jacomb, m. 

rulk. ant 

^mv— A». a irrl aq;. on a diiaf at. 
three cn*s(!«nta or i ifuart^riug Ssux, IIar- 

RIKOK, Fir-XAKA, tic. htC. 

Crnl^-K drtut-tolhot, roltaral aod liui^. ' 
Molto — Munnrr* uiakrUi man. 
littilfii^la I^ii^rKtrrvhirr. 
•S«al— Uanlon Park, LricrsterthifC^ 




/ 



SPENS, OF LATHALLAN. 



169 



Knengt. 



•f SreNs U of very liigJi anti- 
i.il, and in iJiv opiiiiuii of Home 
>r», di:»ci.-iiilr(I from u juiin[;<rr ton o( 
ttt9 Karl of I'lfr, H» it tiiiil bcri) in llir liiK- ol 
evrjtafE ii > I'lrinl UcAriiitpi the lion 

vanpanl ' Miiciluir, wliicli di'iio(r» 

de*ci>m frtiui I'i'M liiiiAliiime llOlIM, 

TWn mrtfit mirny coaudenblt tree bnrons 
of die aamr of S|>ritP, wlio made a i^oud 
SfMfB Ikolb Ki liiMiir jDd aliruad, ■vveml crii- 
Tartw tfo, bm ll);tt uf Uiib«lluii U d'Hru- 
VTBtt^ far llirrr or I'uur genenilions beCore 
uiTof like »U>cr» cxiatrd. 

Tlw SpvMMv of Kile|>indy, trlio nrc un- 
4mAtg4ly drarrndcd o( I^ilmlUn, nmdf h 
0Ba«U«nibl» fiifurn iu tbn rni^s of A'lMya 
JjMift* I. a«d 11. bulanr uow extinct 

Th« Hnn—Ti of Bodhom, id Abrrdt^eo- 
«Ur«, wLkh ftill rxiat, IiitTe bt^cn frve 
Wrvn* vi ' '^1 time of iiMrx III. Hiid 

•FVMtl <>' "''« lit tlie «aiii« comity ; 

felM tbr S Ut>n7l>oU', in Fifv. &«-. 

ftc. W ■> ' <l of l.»tU)illllD, wliicli 

tfirir Km* ^ >iii{ ic^tiRrs. 

Tlw Imiiil^v o' \N olniTBtoii. nnolbcr [[rmt 
IniK-h ii( liir iKwiir (if SjivllS, pfuduct'd 
u^: rfi, wlo ilid honour lu 

Ike I' ni the i^abiurl luid in Iho 

Uii, ABd l»(t ■iKo tbe lion rmmpatit in itipir 

Comi 'iik^d unoii|^t ttit 

lnl»fil,- .ty, Aiid WHS (^'n«- 

nMlBu <it :ltt ir lM(i.t9, ilcat:rni)cd from tho 
Wotof Wiiitnrraton. Ixit ttinl braiu-b ol tlio 
' ■ ' iilirrly e\tii»i in Srudnntl. 

,ilr «nc««lor of the family of 

kUUII, 

_Ruki Ol Spkms wbo floaricbcd in the 
l>( h'-" ■ i .■.'>■■.'? 111. wMcomprllrd 

ku: ..lid |fi>nlry iilScol- 

v> - rit^Miiii Ml. ill 

(■ .^ iMi fill- llcniy liirfd 

•I' !,.> •>... lUo forced to 

r|r tonAKTi. wlivn br h»d 

.1 Itir umr y<*iir. I'-ilMi. 

' iiiy nnd Nieol hnd nilh 

tan; . -l n\tpent. ilfnry dii-d 

• lAitiUc vtor 130U, aihI waa sDr.cMd«d 

* In( tn liiv ivipn of 

'' iifd In » rbarliT of 

rffaitUifi, .-.i !..■.....■. ..-....,..,---.. r. 

*4 ialiB Kcitb, ln« ton, Kc. lu;. Ttiis 
iWitT basnv dill*, but n[>|ii-iir» to bAr«>brvn 
ptattd almit U»« yrar i:i'.d». lie Is nitnrnit 
K Ifei^b^r i-b.trtrr to ibc n.imi* taona^ti-ry, 
M* dbi ffobrrt Ki'itb. \r. Tliii 

"tw fc r fl ^ tintr. Iitit ni'ist biive 

i«4BiJk.,,, , , , ..^ 



Ukx 



lb>.'ir cbief sent and title evt-r )>inL'o llit rci 
of RiiRt^itT II. He marrit'd liuibt-l, dnnf^ 



of lite libf-rtiM of bifl founlry, nl tUv diiui»- 
Irons baltit? of [>n|tlin. Tbutiui^ d*- iS|H'ns 
died sbortly after, lUid veat sui-ferded by bi« 
Don, 

William oe Speks. wbo i^ mentioned in 
an autlientiv writ in fiirour of hiH »oii. bere- 
ufter narrated, lie left iMue, (»-o nous, 
WiuJAH. his beir. 

Wultt^r (In !$ii«ns, trlio is wifncais in a 

will of Ibe Bi«bo[» of Aberdeen, toge- 

tbur with Uobert, Karl of Fife nnd 

Monteatb, aiino l^H2, but wa caa 

gtrc no account ol bis |io:itt.Tity. 

William died in the end of the reij^ of 

I)AVtl> BRt'ce, and nan Kuccc<rdnl by biH 

iitdeAt son, 

William db SpENit, who waa proprietor of 
Ibe \in6» and barony of IdilballAO, in Fifo- 
sbiri:, iind severBl otbcrs. of wbich Ibv Earls 
of Fife were Buiteriors, till ilit- furfeiturp of 
Murdoch., Dnkcof Albuny nnii Furl of Fiff, 
in \4iCi, afler wbicli llitn family bpld tbe^e 
lundtf of the crown, and l>iitballan Imlb bfen 

rci^n 
nil (fil- 
ter and hein-ss of Diinran Cumpliell, of 
Gleu-Doufrlaa. Turbil, jltr. in Duinbnrlon- 
fbire. This in itifltnicted by a prrcejit for 
infefting "William dr Spcns {tlurrin de- 
pi^iird ioii of William) and Idubel ramp- 
bell, his spouse, iu tbe lands of Athnland, 
Kiltedie, and Cra in - San n "'""■■ '" '''*^ ronnly 
of Fife, also Ibe litndsof Glrn-I^imglws. 8lc. 
in Diiniliitrlonshire, and Dome tenrmrnU in 
and nboiil tbe (own nf I'ertli, hic." The tim- 
cfpi i« dated ihi? 5(b. and tb« sniiiiie fuIlow> 
injt lliereon, Ihc Idtb M«y. LIKI. 

Inconsetinrncc ol tbixmarrin^ic tbe family 
of L<iilitil]Hii, Willi M'veral of llieir cadrtx. 
itdtlcd to tbcir arms girouy of vi)fbi, lb« pa- 
ternnl coal of ibe fnmily of Arfi^yll. 

We shall only furibtT observw that many 
dcuceadanu of ihi^ family have carried lo- 
unges or maaclfs, aa well as the lion, in 
their nmtortnl bearings. 

This William enteretl into an Indenture 
Willi Duncan. Karl of f^nnok, -ind with the 
consent of tbe fiaid luibel Campbell, hia 
apniue, lets to the itaid ear) for his lifetime, 
nlleiinrlv, part of the lands of Ulfii-l>oug- 
lax, Tarl)it. Ilc. for six merka yearly of lack- 
ditty. fee. This (urious deed is dated at 
8ire«lin(t. the '2Ath of July. \'-i\ri. to which 
Robert, Karl of Fife nnd Mout<-ilbi Sir Pa- 
trick. <le Gmlinin, Sir Waller Uui'haiinn, 
Duurxn ('anipbell, fiic. &.c. are witnesses. 

William de Spens afterwards i;ot a chnr- 
ler from the Earl of Fife, which uai* ratified 
and t-onfirmod im pirrio partiimeHin, bv h 
charter under the great seal fnnii Ai'ay 
JiMtS I. WillifliHO Sftmt et Jtabelirt I'amfi- 
luU tjm *iMMU«i Utrnrutn tU La U ut i lati, 



*JUt *J¥tlU«, 



iTlk 



S?RNS, OF LATHALMN. 



tiittrdif tVjitj-iSflwj/tiAiir. Sr- rum ftiilrtliilr 
Irvtrr cvriit rittr el mrmhrarum in yiittiittu 
trrrit, Vi"' "I'l if » lliirf or roMwr kSkII be 
npprrliPiidrtl noiJ cundf intiril nI wid ft>url>, 
lif in Id liv liaiiKril on Uir |[iill(m« U'lortuinjr 
la tlif c»rWuru of Fifr. *tc. fc.c. Thr cou- 
flmaiton of thi» I'tirion* cliarU-r i* dnicil I.III1 
P^bnun'. I-KIU. By iMlirl <;«m|ibrll, tiin 
wife, hr linil lwt> •oiiH aiul ona ilfta^tbtcr, 
I. J'MiN, hi« lirir, 

Jr. Willmm. fir»l of Ihn Spm»ei< of 
Kilsfiintljr, b family witk-li (liiuriMlird 
with luKtrf in l^rrthaliirc, for Ihrtv 
or fimr KPiirraliaiti. whrn the inal^ 
Uiie failfd. u before obM-rrrd. 

III. Imtwl nn» m. to Anilrrw Bnlfour, 

■I itnii nf llir fAmiJy of Uurlrlfili. nho 

KO( witti licr n pim of ihr. landi of 

Glca-l>oogIiu. i(c. coDdrniLiI luiiiu 

H70, 

WJlliaM, nf UiiImIUd, lired to k i^rcit ne" i 

dird 'ibout tlip }i Ar 14.'M, and vraa 4. by hia 

(•tilfkt •on, 

JiMit DK SrtM», who in bi* fallipr's lifo 
tJDir- wa* (lrsi(n>B^<l of Uleii- Iluugliia, M hicli 
tillr lir rflmiird a* lime; M be lltrd. Hr 
HNfi a mnii ol pitrtA Aiid apirtl. and rxtrrtni'ly 
Artivr III liusinr^B. Hr wiu tutor Jii law to 
bU iitpUew, Andrew Hpi-iin, o( kilopiudy. 
aoD of bif brylfnT Willifitn, mid 1..-mtiii. 
Imiind in •*■> iiiilrittRrr. wbrrrby the Mijd 
Andri*««. whrn br ramt*nf aif' *buutd murrv 
a daiij;blrr of Janir* (^M-br»iif. he. Lc. 
Thia iodrnlarf if dat*^ llir IVtb d'l) <>i An- 
gOft, 1419. H<! K*>1 't rbarti'r (n^m Sir iohii 
Anu>l, of tlint ilk. Jitiimttni Sprn» lir tiUn- 
DotitfUu, Vr. of nn annailv out u( Ibr Imniny 
of Arnol, ill l-'if(>a)iir<>, anno l-l*il). Hr khI 
itlitn n rbartrr itiidcr ilir urcat m-jiI. friini 
A'tii^ Jami-h L uf tholaitdaol Torry. llruiu- 
gay. he. dnird Ihc *Mlb day of A)i'rii. M.10. 
AlUir bia fnUivr'* dftttli br nnl ,\ rTi«rtrr 'if 
lh« Indf of L.«lli<illaii. Killlrdir. rrniic- 
SMnfttikftr, lir. datrd dir 'lib <ia\ of IVrctn- 
brr, 14n;i : wild. btriiiK a ouiD of fXlraordi- 
ttary nliilili<*a, and >ilf(bly (■»t<*<-iiMHl in liia 
own nxintry, Kaarboacn one ol ibr lordji of 
Ibir ariidri in n full uarliJintrut bcid at l*ert)i 
by thp iamr A'la^ Jtuf «, aiino HM. 

Tbr-rr ja %\\\\ |irr*rr«<-tl uRiuni; th« wrila 
of Ibi* fiiiniU , no intttuturr, ill wbirh »rr 
ibfav MordM'. "Iltiitrrn a wonbipful and 
nixhiy lord, U'Altfr of Staliburt'in, lord of 
IHftt fc ll. n)Kin Ibr ini- |i»rt. and John dr 
Hprna. bird of (.ill r ' >iii Ihr t'oihrr 

tiarl : Tbal nuiHill. ■ «uid lurd of 

IlirlrtfiB bad wad*' i m ui - >iud John dr 
Sprna th* land* of Ualnablain. htc. &r. for 

a rcrtaJn auni of " " - idtuuiwd by 

»aid Jobn.ltr. kC' ' ' U^rd any rr< 

dt'vm fboaMrf <)it> aaM vvna, 

lie. fcr. Ike." ' i* daird thr 

m\h May* li I I >l)4^l daiMEblcr 

iif Ail Jofkn W rwyWi, ot JiiK*, f rvgftulur of 






llir ICiirla of ^^Vmyaa, ftBd by brr hr 

fo4ir nun a, 

I. AiRttspia, hiahrir. 

II. Knlyrl. who pit fnraa bia faUirr tlu* 
hinda of KilUdii*. lit Fifr. ultb 
b>»(tiiiriiU about Prrth. hut bu ualy! 
aon. JoHM. dyinic without laaur, 
Und« rvturnvd {t> llir family. 

til. Thoiuap. nho Wine brr>l a rbi 
iniin, Maa fimt bi»bop iif ftaU 
tbirn Iff .^hl■rdrvu. Hr naa a nil 
rMraordinary |>arta and lr.11 
and uiMdr a f;r«at GKuri* in bu 
Hf wna np))oial»d lord [invy a«-itl for 
Srottand. and wa* oRrn rmployrd by 
ibf ratati'fi of lhi> natioo. m* aiiib««M* 
tlur lo ni'|:ucialr ihr tnoal ardawia 
atrftira iti tbi* ri-it;u of Ktmg JftNU 
HI. Aiid tilwiixa iu'quitti:4 binavlf 
with honour. )!<■ rroctcd Ktt hoapilal 
at tdiiiburKb.wbrrr licdiiij, «m) «*M 
bgrird III X\\V TriniU ' ircb* 

yard, itt ih« fool ut L •- -iomo 

1«U. 
IV. Patrick, who having k«tkk.CM hl»- 
•elf Id a aitUury Ul«, was in e fr ar 
in the <.-ooiiiu)y of Hcfrta tJoania. wrmt 
fmta Si-ollAna by A'myJ«ycs 
CiiAKLtJ \ II. of Fmnvf, annu 
Hr MaA anri'at'ir ul llir fAtnil 
S]><'nii-lti-)>ti;;ni)U, ul Finntt*. 
John, of I^tliallAii and (ilcn l>o<i--Ix. 
not louf; aimivt? \\'ii t'nihvr. hut ' 
iHTinniiitt of IIk' rri^i of J^Mt^ || 1 
anrrri'dnl by hta rbJi'sl aiini 

At.i\4M>».it r»r. Srraft, of l.nihaUan, w1 
bciiiK A man uf .ititlmrilt and tiuwt^r, was hy 
A'iMi/ J lUKs 1 1 . a|iiHiiiii« d lygli t-onaCaljU wT 
ibr loMD 4if I'riiII lor lilr, and ffota r^A#lr| 
aiidi*r llii- itr'-at ariil. tlr ftlfin* cmutmhmimt 
hmri/t Hr t'fuiH iV> •un ite fije.i^m 

\r.'d[||r<l JUtb ol i It.W. Hr 

K.ilhiirinr, aitlrr <>■ .-" *iiiir»*w W outl, 
I^rito, mid dii-d in thn mgn of Aui^ Jim 
111. U-nvinK a aon. 

KtiiiKiir Sri>i>. of L.-itlinllan. who 

ii-riK i] )iiiii ;)nd It |Kirlii til.irK li^mrj )« 

1 family wr 1 ilnl. 

ti i.ri- tbf yrt.i 1. ■ 

a anil ami aui-ti-Mor. 

John Srt-'iit.of Lathallaa.wlioi 
and nlourt'd bfir to hia f^ihrr, Hoba^t. ttt 
H74. He t{at two aiMara of Ihr land* aMl 
harvny of Ijalhallan, in nbtch arv ihrw 
worda: lliimartlnlt» .>»^^irmr» Sfmi Jihmg H 
A^mvmi*mJmm II- ' f-miJimUmm, 

Ifr. Ttir Imi U ■ 1474., lb«> 

olhrr tu JitU. litn. tip it. yi^w^rvt, iJaa. 
of Pntrii k. Itnobor. of KUr<M»|abar. MA aad 
bfir of Irforiji-, tttrirUi Earl of Man4, and 
had (wo aon«: Joiii*. hia Wtr, ami ItaaU. 
rrrlot '■! t'l,.L mIw* fnl m rhttrf of 
lamU ■Ui'sl IAI.-1. TWi4d»T 

Joii' ( Lalhallan. whii 

(ouml bnr lu bit falJirr la I40&, ai. Ilrl 






^ — •-■- ^ 



SPENS, OF LATHALLAN. 



171 



^... f u . r ..., Aniot,of that llk.naA 



KM). 

,,1 I 111. itluT 



vt.. 



11 maagm 

■ a/ V 




m 



W . ■ !■ .1 

» •a|M*nftn» . Hi* m. r ilnnfihtcr ol liie 
it Ian.il> of l>um. nf tlmt IIL, mid 
« 4a- i;u. m. lo John, i'lilv>l 

■ptf *• il of AlcvitnJtT Aruijl, 

J , nT liAlliannn, s^rvnj heir 

'itorny, 

."' tlie 

. ' TIT ot John 

_: «t nn ad- 

u i.ij.'. >' >iT> I. •!> 1116 vliIfBl eur- 

*ivr«()i. of t^thnllan. who w». 
r of WilUnm Dtiddiofpitoo, 
.; '■ n ;i -mi Niiil tui-rpdrar, 

Uilltnlinn. uhn m. 
T iif till* fitmilv of 
''. Iir madr a irr- 

iip, 14th OctuliKr, 

I, H &t%>ur of UiM uBiloubU'iJ hflir nuUe, 

■■ ', of thv city of Si. An- 
> (if Jitmrs Sprn», of 
lUr lirlh Srton, whf) tli^n 

1. Hr Hi'dili-i) Cnltift- 
rto* Alar^uj.-K 1. -iiiiiihtrr of the Birou of 
tki<44um»} uid wu j. hy hU loii. 

Yt*""*- '^"' '■-s. of L/ittiullun. liviof; la 
!•> Marpint. 'UiiKliliff of Nn- 

l»- ' f "I n.ihiliTiiU.ifi, tiiitl hud 

'<rd his fNlhrr Ult- 

' I , *i' ir. 
l>a>Ml. * [ I'l Rdiiiburf;!). who 

wrat o^' I'll! and Uirr? oc- 

nirrd s (.ua»iilml)lr ralnic- llr had 
ttrrc «otw, who nil H. utiinnrrii-c). 
«n4 eoff Atughu-t, diiltarinr. 

^'CMkariii^. w. to Janirs PoddifiBfton. 
Mq. nfHL Ford, and hnd igiac. 

'Bri^a. Hi I" HfjHrrt LrnCron. r»q. of 
Kinrviil ' <i d-tiiiclitrf, m. to 

Jolff U I Ilrlvla. 

TV ' -oil. 

*« -.of Lolhallao, waa re* 

Iwarr-i i>«jr I'.i iii> trit]i«ria I0G2. H)- m. a 
4a^irr of htr Tbomoa Oourlay. of Kin- 

aM|. Mdl»<j - ■'^or. 

^Waa 8ri n, who r«- 

pmm4h1mtnv*>^., >. '-<-•' trrand- 

«kdd of Sir Huffnii' "leraig, 

ma Mmi, 1 : ^ ir, anil 

licl, ■ cl^ntyman ol thr rpinc-opnl 
f,f8. otU.,3. He rf. brforc l7iMl. 



r 



<|. vt LaUirIIhii, who m. 



Jnnrt. (liiDKhter of Sir Roborl Dunnlan, harr. 
of CiU'tiUtTvir, and bad five sotu Atid three 
tlangbti-rs. rh. 

Thow-is, \u» h^'ir. 

flobcrt, if. unniarrird in \ih tu fitly -fintt 

year. 
William, rf. unroarriMl. 
Naibauifl, m. Miiry. daugbloruf Juraea 
Milliki-ii, of ilml Ilk. mid hud ibrcv 
K>iii> .tnd ODi* ilau^htrr, riz. 
Junic*. 
Tboauu. 
Nathnuiel. 
Janet 
Aloxuudcr, who <f. at JnmaiVn nnm. 
Janet, m. lo John H»ll>c(. vUvet mu of 
John Hnlkft, of Vnyttr, by Bli<U'tlKilll 
I^ifslif, il»ii£)it<-r uf (■t'i>ri;f Loslti-. 
t5<]. of Crowhurdic. but ti. t, p. 
Marf^nl, m. lo Willi^iin ln);lif<, uf 

Edillbn^^b, and had i^ijc. 
Gliuibfth. m. tu John Macpherwii, of 
Edinburgh. 
The cldrstfaii. 

Tiinti*« Spt:Kn,i>M]. nf IjAllnllnti.m. Mar- 
ftarcl, dnuglitpr of \rr)iibritd H<i|ii', rM). 
eldest son of Sir Thomaa Ho{>i>, ban. of 
Cruigbsll. undbad uuul% 
I. TiinH4f-. 

II AJtruiB4i.D, who «. lo the represen- 
t.nlioii of tliu family on the detnise uf 
IiiK bruther. 
III. N .it hull if], ti. lOth April. 1707. no 
officer of ilie Winterion Haiti India- 
tnnn. who 4. in I71H, after Uif \o** of 
tbnt rcAwl nt Mndaga»i.'nr. 

I. Calharitie. m. to AlvxHuder Wood, 
oaq. and H, $.», 

II. Jatici, m. l>r. Andrew loitlis, of 
Edlnbur£h. niid bus tlirt-'c ftutm and 
oiiediiii^htirr. 

ill. Elixabclh. ({. youDfC. 
Tlirt'ldest son, 

T>ioN«« SPFN'i, eei). whui. Xti* flilhpr, A. 
Utb Mny. 1764, sold the ancient patrintoniHl 
eatatcof Latha] Inn. which nprerhnvinKBim-e 
been on aair, hns not brrn rvcorereu. Hv 
ri. iinrn. in IWlll, »hi*n (he n*pm«ffit3tioM of 
tlif fjiniily di^vuUed on hiK hrotlicr, the pro- 
sent LlKt'tENAKT-ColjOMEL SPbK&. 

Arw — Quarterly: lal ami 4lh. or, 4 li»in 
nuvpAol icti. tunnounifd of n liritd mi. 
rhargwl with \Utvf tfrtrngr* arjj. for Si'KMi; 
3nd nnd rinl, pronv nf rilfhi. or. and lut. for 
CiMPBiitx, of (>Ieii-Uougliui. 

Cml — A hart* liOftd erftned ppr. 

MoUv — Si d^ii«. qni* rontra f 

hUlat* — III Mid Lnihinn. 

.SViri— Manor Houae, larer«»k, HumI- 
burgii. 



172 



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HOPTON. OF CANON FROME. 

HOPTON» The Reverend JOHN, of Canon Frome Court, in Ae count; of Hcrvford. 
b. 5th Octolicr, 178-2, m. 3rd Mnv, 1807, Orarp-Ann.HdMt 
(UugliUtr of JokD WilUanu, ck). late of Wilcrofk, in dm 
sune thin, and hu iwue, 

JnH^. M>mc litnr n fcrallrman coinniODpr of flrsxrnntMM 
Cdllfgr, Okfon), nuw » i-ajituiu in lite- ^nl, i>r Prints of 
H'alps'n Ungooit Uu-'inls. 

Richitrd, in holy orders, d, i. f. In Jnly. IHSA. 

Cooan. 

Charlcfl-Edward. 

Gnee. 

Mmry. 

Francrs, Iwiu with Richard, H. an infant, '^)lli January. 
1813. 

Lrdia. 

Suannria. 

Elkn-FJixatMlh. 

Caroline- Anno. 

Anna-Maria. 

Mr. Hopton u a prebendarj of Hereford Cnihcdrnl, and a nagiitrale for lb* i 



I 



Itntaoc. 



Thv family of Ilo)iton cnnift originally 
fmni NonnHiKlv with itie ('usui^tHuK, and 
Ktilrd in Sliru|>ihtr«. 

Nicimuft Iliii-tDW. son. iccordiii); to 
Unasb. of William Hoplon of Hopton, by 
lh« daniEljter and brirrw of Eybin of Ey loo. 



and enuuUon of Richard llo|iluti of II 
Ion, by the dMuglitrr and iH'irrM uf 
•in|;fi>rd ofShroptbirr — is »u>tri| dy Bi< 
i'crcy, lu lu«e bcm yoanfjvr ttrollier t>f hir 
Julin MoplDO.* And thrsamr ntilhurity lar* 
Uk-r says, that tlie dau^blrr and brir of Ey> 



* Gw^b pvw Ibsaa SBiiy d>««ita u a svpanlc pedifrmti Uiahop I'wrcy ooonivta tbwi wub A* 
yciw u ftidy. 

Sir Wahar lli^rtJiD, of tlo|>taa Iv 8alnp, tfn^, hiMg SramsKy • . . . . 

Sir Hannr no|itOB, Inat,y 

8ir Wsltor llopun, kaLaiJoan, daughter and bmr of Ituhari d» Ctuta. 

Sir Wakar na|«>a, IcntMUMbsl. dsayblw and bar of Hmtf tMulofk 

Sir PMsr or Pins HnpUm. kaL of SttaML 

I- ^ 

Sir WalMr Hopton. knt^MJosa*. daitf hter muI htu of Robert Lougbbniffaik 

Sir WsllM lloirina Y 

Sfarioba/i^^ 



B. knc iM, Fliaabcth. daB|b«sr and 
a»4afr irf %T John Uurl«v. by AHea, dM^hlor 
■nd bsJTMM of Wahar Pnabrapu 



Micnoua, semnJuit w 
l*sf«y. dw Micaaiw af 1 
Cmui f roM (aoidy. 



Sir Wahar HopmmJmb*. dangbtcr and b«r of Tboaua Ye«B(. of SiMon. 

Tboana Hnpton. sfcordiair to aona fcnsalofMs bwflMW of Sir Wnhar. sonadiaf id otban Ifa 
aoo, [Goofcb ai^n bin bis son] m. Joaao. dsofbisr and bair af Wahar JUadtaar. 
t ■ . -) 

Sir noaas Hitpson. knt^a^Klanor. daof Mw of Sir Waltv Lacy, of Nmniiflaa Lwy. 

Winter, d. a f. kh^aih. daof but nd Uii Srw, Sir Itogw CarbNI. af !•»• 

aaaCtalMCi. 
iiitiadly. Edwa»< Tyaa, to! af 

-thirdly. Sb> WMa* .^fal^. iai, 
^MBteMaMllutsi Ml. 



nOPTON. OF CANON FROME. 



taa. (frfaoBi Iw nUb ImMU) w«i titc wire 
Mf dw NiirfaoU*. kod not bU mother. Hia 

^L H of Hoptoii. w. Mnn^R- 

^■rrL ir at John Hc«yii, of 

^■CUl ' '- ftUIIK, tjjE. 

^B tiid hrirt-M, 

^■^ r.ij nKi rn, iM III 1-1. >ir Jiilin Perii'lit, 

^V knt., ami »(>roii(lly, AndiirH Novl. of 



t -1 -^...,^j1. 



■I in Prince Artfaur. 



feKHi*!! llniTo* of HftiiU.m. inarrit'd. 

'.■Mrr of Julin Lnu^rnM. mtd liud 

"riT lUuglitera, luimrlyi 

i>t< hfir. 

Julia, L.J~ llrytoti, in Slimptitiiri!, who 

(•>fl by KlixitH'lli, lii» wilV>, (KiUi live 

djkit|;l)trr», Eliuibctli. wifr or Wil- 

lun Pw*« : Anne, wifr of AnJrcw 

KiT' 't wif.. or Wiltixin 

flj I, iiirt> of Rif^liitnl 

lli-t..<>-. .^. y. wife of Kdnord 

So«lhwrll) tlirrc son*. 

Tborniu. of Heylon, in 16t41, m. 
£ltuil>rtl>. di«U):ltl«-r of John 
Uou|H)- A"<l hail live- toM and 
thrvv dau{;htrr«. viz. 
1. Fmncia, d. j. p. 
a. Jt>faD. 
a. Frmnda. 

4. Thomas. 
A. Richard. 

I. Marift. married to William 
M hiiul. 

5. Mar^rrt. unm. In l/VH. 
8. Ua(>rna, unm. in ldH4, 

w. to W ilitam HigclB* of Triple- 
,ia llcrcfordiilure. 

m. to William Slade of 
Wtrtton, In Salop. 
Joaa«. aa. to Ralph Macon. 
TW •M»T»«»«, 

Wttu*-< <' ' ^' I aihI Doun- 

Im a fU iiricd Eliza- 

Witt, dM^nii'r ■•' >'« nil. kill lot of Ludlow, 
aad ka4 «fbt aona, *iz. 

RicitJiaft. "' '' - ■ T-!. ia. Ar>n«». dnii^h- 
•rr and ' maa Wnlkrr, nnd 

jM^tWitl r ^■-•if.Kho d.i. p. 

Oti>a<^>i.. ol 1 1' k 'I'- 'i^'itiK ill Iti'iCl, 
■who a. UriL^^'. u 1 'ii^likT of Sir 
E4«%rd PiH. uf Farwiard. (o 

S«lM|r. 

lUry. Uf i&c lo lOOl , «. to Richard 

CraaiiUia. 
ABvtf»r daa^bter. m. to Ricbnrd 

Clwld«.orOHelon. 
Karilia. wi4m» of Jurat* Hypi, 
r^- of .SamalWM- 
UwaH.sl Wi*Ulon.m. FJiz.iI>oU>. daa. 
of ittka Fox, of istaniham, iu Lia- 



colnahirf. and had two»on», Wllllnm 
and Riclisrd. and a dan. Dorothy. 
Tliomns, living in 1506, 
G«or^4*. of Dounttin, m. Jan«>.diiiii>h(t*r 
oflltimplin-y M.iinnftrinp,ofriir«litre 
and r«lictorJolinVau){liaD,of Choroh 
Stretluu, tiul ti. t, p. 
Cliarlcs, 
Ktltncnii. 

Mii-hiifl, of rannii From*, why tr /-tied 
('iinoii Fronie (louse, nnd gavif itie 
r^tnti- to hi<> niece Klizabetli. who m. 
Sir Richnrd Hopton, of Chcrbiiry. 
Hr m. Mnrlhn. ilanghtcr of Chnrles 
Fo\, of Bronifield, in Salop, one of 
Ihf (.'ouiiril of ihe mnrch<*9 in \V*!»)i'». 
widow of Richard Hnrford, of Bo«- 
bury. Michael llopton rf. in lOill. 
t. p. and his widow m. tliirdly, Jame* 
Barrowr, of Ballin;;hnm. 
JoHv. of whom prvMntly. 
The yonn|{<>«l Min, 

JoiiH HufroM, of Southamptoo, was fa- 
ihi-r of 

Eu/.tntJU HopToy, nict-e and device of 
Mirhiicl lli)|itori, of Cntion Fn»ntr. «i, in or 
beforf (he yr.nr UHri. Sir Rielmrd Hoplon, 
of Itockhill' and Clit-rbury,* bigh sheriflT of 
Hcrc-fordriliire in IGIO, audhad five soniand 
two diiughtiTs. rii. 

I. Wm-HM. of Bishop'a From©, in 
Hrrt-fontHtiin>. who m. Elisabeth, 
dan. (if Willinm Foxlinll, of Shrop- 
shire, and d. 'ind April, 1047, learing 
two toot. 



* TnoMAS Homin, af Riiclihill. ia Salop, •&• 
ijHmd diat HtBte id mnrria|t« with Ana, daui;htvr 
•ad sole h^ir of Geofrvy. of Ilockbill. He wh 
bl)utr uf 

KtiHAHo HiirTTM-, of KixkhiD, who m. Kath«- 
rt&e, dau>;bterof Sir Darid Lloyil, uid had a aon. 
Jd[i> lliirmv, of Rookhdl, who m, Jane, dnu, 
and co-heir of Thoma* Corbett, and was falher of 
IIkikt HontiM, of TtocVIiill, ivhoae son 
EnwiaD HorroK, of Il^trkbill, pmrhairil tlw 
eKtata of Chertwri, at Uin diiiM>luiiAn. He ■■. 
Klntabeth, dao^liter iif Humjilirvv Wnolrrrh, aaq, 
of DadmaAtoD, m SIin>pthtre> lud had tMue, 
JoiiN, hia hnir. 
U«or|fe, of Bittrrtey. 

Edward,of LoodoQ, nerclnitt, alain hy a Hop. 

Iim, a( DD«riitnn. Me in. tli«< daughter of 

KowUnd Bdmooda, of London. and d. ». p. 

Katbi^ne, m, to — Graaeway, of t^mdon. 

Khubetli. m. to John VVyahaB. ofTediton*. 

The eldest soo, 

JoRN ll'inoa, «■■). of RonkliiU and Chnhnr^, 
hi|(h ahariff of Siirof>»Iiin>. in I.HT.S. ■•. Kalli^ 
rixie, daoichler aad hair of Willima Peter, aad bad 
by Iwv two MMU and oiMdan(;htrr, via. 
Thonoa. 

Joaepb. who m. Pendope, daaghter of ^V il- 
itam hiiniell, uf Salop. 
Jaa«>. It. firil, lo Uiebard CraaiM, and t»> 
condly, la Samuel Lawknor. 
fla ak aaooodly, Ftancea. daagbter of— CrasMl, 



1 74 



HOPTON, OP CANON FROME. 



Rivh^ird, nicnl niiu-, jn I(i34. 
Ilal|ili.)iii|<l.ftt Ilifthnii Frumc,35lb 

A|iril, IttSO. 
EHK:i>H>lti, rventoal h)'ir»«, m, to 

\V*-nU e*q. of Botburj. 

It. Fdward (Sir), of wbitm pmenlly. 

III. W»ltfr. rf- f. p. 

IV. Jxmmi, itf ljiiHt\uu, tni>rrlt»itl. 

V. Riclinrd, of llit: ImxT Trinpl^, chi^f 
juxticcot Nortli Wal(-<.l<m/>.CHAHl>.il 
II. and JtUKt 11. ■mm of (fiktlertop, 
in Hrrt'for'Lfliirt', He m. Susiiti, 
tldWKliliT III Sir W'illiHni Harvrv, Lnt. 
iind 4. 'iHih Novraibvr ItStt, iu hi* 
fighiy-ciftliUi ye-Mf. 

I. Bliimbelb. m. to Thomw JflTrit'*, of 
EarU CroiLir, in Worcpatenliire. 

it. FniRci'i. uImi m^rrird. 
The »rcoiul Min, 

Sir Et>»nin Honnv, of Cnnon Fnimi-. 
yriiinnii ol tluT aiirntp in riitRi.Ml. in Ui.'}-!, 
wwi i-ri-iiird a kiii);lit hniinttrcl hy lit^ Mm- 
jaM^.ntUirKrfttonitioii. IK* acted lik.fnis<> 
as a dcputy-hfutfiiatil for llcrrfordiibirc, 
WHa vol'ini'loribrCuijiily iniliiiit.Hnd ^vullv- 
ninii ticiininnrr in tirttju.iry «• tbi* Kinji;. He 
m.tjlllb Jiily.in-VI, Itrbor'ab, wiituw of Isaac 
Juiirft, and dau};btr-r of Uobert llallon, of 
TbaiUM Dtduii, Hurray, avrKeaitl-at-law, by 
whom, wbotl, I3tb July, 17U3,agcd«ev«nlY- 
•VTCD. hv hud iwur. 

Eti»4nn, bid hrir. 

Kob«rl, A. 2/^lb July, lOM, (IIimJ before 
bii fatbt>r'> witl. 

Rj<!hAril. b. imb Frbruary. lOAO. 

Cbnrlci. h. SOth Jonr. 1001 , w|iom> otily 
ubild. FnBcc». m. 13Ui May. 1711, 



add wilrt of — "•'■•• ^ '' ^lirr*!. poftor l»Uia 
Mn»cil Iff III* ui.i .' •. luM bad by bw, 

with twt ilaiiL:!'-' <i >■, niffi of uiuqj* 

llm.kU'luri, ". vmI KliMb<rtb. tvif* of 

Wilbiini I-''' . i-ltim, ui dte awno cwunly, 

'.' iuv,M<i. ofCharbury, bixb abo- 

siaKn. Oomihjr. daafbtor aad hanai af 
Jnha Motftn, fit lb* GMinty of SoaarHi, 
aad bad tiauv. 

1. ^IjtWAHU, diiirb-^rd on accouat of 
butmarTM^ ' Mt.ii(Thom»t 

I*«nb,aMir<' *»I«iry. 11* 

inwlSitb«TnIUiP t\"i. <ii-t)(Slt nuJilKfi. 

rtctur vt6%. Andruw'* tliillxirn.wli'M- 
aon, Edward. «ra* uf (iny'i Inn. in 
IMI. 

*. Hmsaio (Sit), nf Rockbtll nnA r'bvr- 
hun. who m. u ia tin- Inl, t Usji- 
Mtn llori«». K"irvi*nf f lui'in t nwH«^ 

S. JoMiib. ■. tb* dMijcbtar of — >Val. 
wTti. uf HtfUot^tmrm. 

1. fhiroUiy. m. u Thaaai Kerry, of 
tWwmton, In Sabm. 

t. katbrruH*, ■>. «> Jnbn Sfaiitvr, Mq. of 
1^ liuu^TviutiV, lMfTMlMrHii4>w. 
WiUtaH lliHiloa artilMl hia wrtMvoakM wrand 
Mate tM». 



Rogrr Hfirrrord, Mq. of Saftnn, fn 

Hervfordabirr. 
Robert, i. a'«th IVteuibcr. 1002. 
Jamca, if. in lODi), »y;fA twvnly-aavm. 

.^IJrr. m. a I Cation rnfiiir. I7tb Afirtl, 
lOKt, lo NibboUnJnne*, rM). of Awr- 
^iifi-iiny. 
Deboritb. m. al Caaon Promt, lit Ai- 
gtut. ldU4. to Jotili OrUImy, fwi. 
Sir Eilirard d. UI Ainl. i««H. in bin mtj- 
fifth juar. and was buried at Stn-Uon <inta* 
aome. Ity bin will (|»ruv*-d Mitt J;iri>iAry, 
lGG4-!>, at FIxetri Houit«, .Slnutd),ita)'v**'*ni 
thai hf wiu DwniT of tbc rttato at Rockbitl. 
His rldcxt Hit), 

EnwAKh llnrroK. c«q. of Canon rriini<>, 
b. Mtli April, Id'U, mamed Itatiiiab, daa^h- 
t«r of — Cliu-Laoo, of Uwdoa, and bad a 
son atid euccrwar. 

Ku'lUKIi llntiM^. rsi| of (~inon Fnimr. 
Hbo n. '^Ui Lh;i:i*nibiT, l7tlA. iM-iOk; ihrn 
rtKcd twenty •our, lL|iA«tH-lb, wiiluw uf Wil- 
Itiini Vitef^ory, c*(|. ol How (')i)il«-. in llrr«* 
fonUbirt-, aud daufcbtrr of Tbomaa (jt^ra, 
•crjr.-kitl-at-Iaw. uf tiiv Martb, lu tbr i^ais 
county, by Eltsabelb, bu •rcuiM wtfr. 
and brir of William Co^w. of loimb, 
Glouccftlcrtbirv.by tlicLudy T.' 
dauifhb-r to ibr lir*l Rarl uf W 
Uy ibit Ud<i, nbo tL :trd tsvjiu no 
ii^td fti\Iy-fi««-, he liad iaaua. 

EiiwAiiii'Coif , boptixTd 0th Fffbrvary, 
I7ti7, nbu (H. at VV'cir<'(-sl>!r calbcilnU* 
:JUtb Fi.-bru4irk'. I73U, Murs . .li.U d>«. 
and bcir of Tiumtliy ' ^«, 

CM. of Hi. Juba'ft. D^ii iitd 

dyinK •■<« patni. -J4tb ApnU UM, 
agrd fui^y-«ix. Itutiui; Imuc. 

RlciMKn-fiiff, aur>:t-aMir la Ua 
graedfalbcr. 

Abu, W. Mii-ha4>l <'Icnirnta, tm^ 

captain R.N. of Wri,brld«r, Sor- 

rey. andtf. llth July, ITHR.apil 

forty- n^vcn. iFnTin^ uiir •nm, 

MirlifK-Mldpiiin (TlrnicnU, ani 

osc daH|:liU'r, Mary-AnMf O^ 

tncnu. 

Rickard-Copr. bapt. 30th DcfrvaWr. 

l7IC.barrutrr-a(-law. living in I7T1, 

m. FlitnlH'lh Ulnl. wMow of Dr. 

Sit kiT, nnil rf. 0. p. 

Mltl.ii.-1 Topr, batil. imb May, I7IX 

burifJ lib A"L-.ni Mil', 
Tbommi-XVjp*-. hcitarjr, 

1717. burird > ..' 

WiUiAni-i'^iK-. Ill boU unlvn, b«fi4uK4 
3l«t Manb. 17 IM. rrrtor af StrrlMw 
aim! (*Aiiiln Fmrnr, m. AnC, Kuw Aa> 
drrn*. who J. 3iRb May. IIOS. »p4 
lorly-ninc; and, accBodly. Jadtlk, 
daugbter of Julio Murlaa. ««|. ai* 
(.'aliufi Hill, and wWmt «f WlUtas 
Skinner, f^. IU rf. «l IMk. M 
April. ItWI. 



ASHBY, OF QUENBY. 



ITS 



Mick*»l-'>ifw. of Croydon, in Suriwy, 
lin' N'.ivrmhcr. I7'ji>. m. Mary 

1(1 ■ ■■ .r, 

R»Ji r ■, prfb^iiilary 

oi ii- ,' itu'i. < I' 111 1^1 infihop'ti Friinie 
for nearly Tifiy yrnr«. nDd rorlor of 
MfK^ft*. Ill- in. first. Annft-MBtin 
Hutlri, who tt. t. II. IMlt Aj>ril. 
Ifld, anil, ^/-t'ondly. Mnrv, lUnulilor 
••f Uir Ur\. Kdwtirtl poofp, nf Lud- 
low i.inl wi.-!,.iv ■'■f rlif Hev. Itcnja- 
tr. ■ .It. He died 

l-> ■■ voricy-onv. 

Df Bi>«*n. b«i>l. Kt t^fiun ProRie, IDth 
|-V!<r<..ir( . 1 ,IIH. m. at thr same place, 
I* I7;«». John P*h"sons. 

<^> tlniiCnurl, in III** county' 

**i I , •«iii of John Par»<ins. 

m-' ' rton. nod ft dfrSi'PiiilAnt 

nl who poMTMrJ llie 

n>i i.n. )5H1. Ity this 

K*citlt-tii,iii »lii> Lttd nil only furvivlug' 

The R[v. WniJtM P«m)«i\«, of 
wbuni |irt'«»'iiily, .-u iulirrilor of 
0»>n\ Khohf. 
t. d. QtMii. in July, I7n7. 
bapl III l?|(t. 

^IkI rVtininrv, I7(H. ngvd 
iritfd Nl (^nuon Fromv, and r. 
(rmiuUaa, 

KM-MAao-Cori: llorroN. ttq. af Cnnon 
'ra»*. hm\*K, «t ^torcrstffr fnthtdral. ;)()|]| 
iv**. 17**, wti'i "frvrd (lif yffirc of liii^b- 
tkifTm **t -l.lrr. ill I7M7. Hfl 1M. 

ttft/NUdty >ii<l Iti-irnf Jnimra Nel- 

•M. r«). nliitli Udv >/. at Tannn 

Ft«n^. ^, lH)7, wilboul iutue. 

Mr. HopKH) u. iiiiiifi'if Nt ILiili. l.ldiJitiiuHry, 
' MIO. waA wm* barVd m rAitoit Fnitnt;. By 
■ill he drvtM^ Ibc Camod Fronir r»iji(r« 
(A* MM of hi* mint Ueborab) lii« Dn^t 



ThK R».V. Wll.UAt4 P4R80KS, of KpRlrr- 

lon Coon, in Gloiicealcndiirf, wW iwsuincd, 
in forisoqucmte, by u^n niMDunl. (lit! emrnanic 
and unnf of Ilni-TON, -iliil Mari-li, IHI7. He 
m. firvl. Mary. ilanKliLfr of Mor^nii Uraves, 
<-»(]. (iC Mirkli^luii. iM llip rounly of <J1i>ucc»- 
tt-r, nnrl liy her, wlio r/. in IHUU. \\»s \a&av. 
Ji>lis, Iiiff hrir. 

Clinrlce. capiniii 37lli Kr^imf nt of Fool, 
ttu'd of n H'tuud rec«ivfd iu Spnin, 
hiirii-d al SiruliDii GrtiiidBomf, lUth 
8i>))teMi1icr, IHI,"}, unm, 
M»ry-\iiii'-. 
Mr. (ParsniiA) Hnplon wi>ddAd, Mmnilly, 
'JAth AiiKUst, IHOI. \nne,dBU|j;1iterof .P.*inrs 
poolf. f«]. of Ilomrnd, iti llerefordflhirei 
barristiT-at-lHW, and has by her, 

William, in linly onlrT^.vicBrofBiiibop't 
Fromr. in lltTffordAliire.ii) tliv L>om- 
miRxfon of tbn pfm-r for tlial roimry, 
m-MlLSeplctiilKT. IKiO, IHiinii-('brii»- 
ti^ii. afiToiid dHii);hier of Ihu l(i-v. 
Ch'irlcs StiUL'k.)iiir)tli, nf (be ^loiil. in 
M'tllnbirr. and bns an only surviving 
child. 
IliitnH. 
Jamcd-Mirhael. 
Charloltr. 
ElJuib«tli. 
CnthtTino. 
Dt-boriib . 
Mr. IIo)ilriii, nliriii); tfi hin pntr-rnal fftl/ile 
at Koinrrtflii. rridfinpd in \tvlS the Cniion 
Frotnc property to bis t-Ulcrit ton, and ibnt 
eeiillriuiiD i* in con»emivnue Ibv pn'Hot 
Krr. John Hoptoiv. of Canon Frome. 

Armt — <iu. briwmi iiinr rroanca pa(6e 
fitt^brt> or, a lion rampant ofthf second. 

<>«(— Ihi u ducal coronrt a Krypboa'i 
bi'nd, hulilifi|r in |]i« mnulh a blffedlnx hand. 

iittviTt- — III tbe countirs of Hereford and 
WwrrrpItT, 

Srai Conun Frumi^ Cuui'l. 



ASHBY, OF QUENBY. 

XSRBT. WILLI AM-ASH BY. «Mi. of Qornby Mali, in tbe county of Uicester, fi. 
«* FvWvary, I77A, m. IMh July. ITU?, Mar^.'duigbtvr of Michael MIIUt, esq, tif 
Mrii^. aiwl haa laan*, 

■ ""'(iwin.. 
' r.iii, Im|i|. nl Hiinf^^rton. 
1. bapt. at Hniiipnlrnd, Miildlr^PX. 

patroiiTnuc was LitTii.«M, nasutncd tbi^ aumamo aad arms of 
r taif, pa inbvritiiifr tbe cataica nf tbat fiunily. tie is in th« commtaBioo of the 
<or liw cAMniira Iff Lv)ccat«r and Derby. 



Tfe fiU— mi, trtit 



ARUBY. OF QUF.NBY. 



Ifntiiar. 



i- 



RiCHAltD PF \kmiiv, lord of i1m> mmiAn of 
South CroRlt'ii tuiJ Qui'iiby, in l^k-reler- 
tUim, in van, d. in I:M>I, lr»rin); b> \Iicc. 
bi> uiro, n fton, 

Wiixuu AkMBY. of Queuby. wliowr son, 
unoUicr 

WiixuM Amiht. of Quciiby, wm ■»• 
srssrij in I^VMi (on l)t<- uiii thfii );rniilP<) f'lr 
kntglitiniC Rdwnrd or WutMUUM I, ilii- Kiiic'd 
t\At-»x «ont, Uirtv fliiHiiisn »n4 fourpencr, 
for A iwcmh i"art of one kuiglit'd (t-f. He 
vnu fiithcr of 

THnM4K A.oiBY.of Qarnby.livinein 1442 
Atiil I4.'(H. who m. Cnllinrinr, iliiiifititfr of 
William Il('#llrif;)*> of NoM-lry, in L**icr«- 
Icribirr, und »*a J. by liU «oii, 

WiuuM A«il»T, of Qtieiiby. li»ifiK in 
MHO, wlm 4. ill \h\\. wln-n it wft» fdund by 
iii()niftiu»n tlukt be divd Ht'izir^l of ibe mBimr 
of Qurnby, uidorUnds thiTf , xnd in Iliiugb- 
loo and Ncwloii Burdet. Wv Un tbrM 
vons : Orvric'*. wbo </. j. p. : William, his 
nllimslr hrir : mtd Kobrrt. r.itb<T of Kunr.iT, 
wbo fturi-«-rded vvrntuiilly to Qucuby. The 
SFt'ond Min, 

WiuJAH Amtnv. of Qa«nby, m. * dnuich- 
ter of — Cur^on, of Oixlmll, in Dcrby- 
•liirvi and l^ft an <mly duuicbter xnd In-irt-u. 
A*NK AtlilY. of Qucnby, who w«-dd»-d 
Gtor^ SkrviBglon. of Skrviiinttm, in \a-i ■ 
ocstvr«hir<*. hut b«d no iMtir. Sbi" 4. I3ih 
Hay. ItVW, fvbrii it was found ibat she Wiii 

• nsfbtfv'i hrcMh»r. 

KcivAHP AiiiK>, raq. of Ijo— ihy. M. M«rv, dat. 
afWdhsm B«wrU, ofSnncfbr, ami hwl ItriiMMH 
wd nav tLMiichtrr, rig. 

Wii.U4M. I^wra r.itfiBriM'a Mti hw w d g r ia 

Jamm VI. d. I. p. m Nrotlwiil. tn IMV. 
FrKDcia, who M. tbii widow of — Brawttf. of 
V\>lcoi, bul li.t. f, 

tltulM^h. M. lO I(«Drr N'MKInn, Ml), of A\. 

tiHTtnii lloU, in Suffolk, ■oti of Williun 
Nninlun, *»q. Iir f'lintwUi. Iu« wnfir. dMk 
U Ai* AotbMiy \Vu>KA«ld, K.G. sod bad 

iara. 



svixcd of ihe mnnor of Qurnby. and of lanila 
tfaerr iind nt llou({btoD. and tJtut brrt-ouain. 
RoBCKT Ai^llBT, then of thr W! of tiinc- 
Ircn years, «ii»hrr ni-xlhrir. TbisgnUlr- 
maii united by tnarnaic*> *'* Barbara," 
dsu^btrr iif nc(ir|;r Asbby. etiq. of Losrby, 
in LciffftU^r^birr, Ihv two faiiiilii-s of iW 
iiami*. By h»r, who di«Nl in IMH. agtd OM* 
hundred and five, br bad ioaae, 
<if.oi(r.R, liU hrir. 

Jnvee, m. to William Pell, of Keitl , 
and Kolleslon. iu the ruuniy o( Uii- 
ccslvr, but bad no iniie. 
Dorothv, M. 6r»l to Parr Laae, a>4< 
Bt-cumlly, to Itobert Bradahaw, of< 
Mnrrlmrne. 
Elixab' lb. M. to Jolin Ward, of C«ri»- 

tun Curlit'O. 
Margery, m. I« Arobrw* Nedbam, of 
Alkxlun. 
Mr. Asbby rf. Wlh Aupls^ 1657. and waa «, 
by bU Min, 

GfiontiK AaHav, raq. of Qweiiby, who b^ 
came iw*»Maed of Loieby. moal probably I 
bv puri haw, on the deaOi'i>f hb cou«iii Tho- 
rns*, in KKM, and wrvwl tlie otBee nf "ht-riC 
in imn. Hrw. Mary, daualiler of Andn^ 
firdiiey, of Eodrrbyi in Uncolnahire. aa* | 
bad itsue, 

f. (JeoRui. his hrir. 

II. Henry. 

III. Willian. fellow of Trinity CoUrfc«.l 
C-tnibnilu", lOlt). 

IV. TIlUIDHS- 

I. Anne, «. to RvmueTcTcrey, sfSl 

pleford. NotU. 

II. rinriiby. 

III. Hridf^l. 
The eldest son, 

OcnaoR AOIBV. rt<i. of ij 
in IfKMt, Dl an r\|>rn»r of < 'aa* 

finands. Ihr nrfsm 
>y. and sulil tli< Vr.] 

I'srnniorc. He ; — , ... ,i::r 

tirorKe Ueiioft. esq. of London. an4 
Wflby, til the county of Lmcdn. bj 
(%^bo H. 'ifXb Jsituary. lom, agvdar 
A\r), br bail issiir. 

I 

Bub*rt *Tiiiiii iiiiifl ■iliiiisgb— 
mcniMry n( maim m lAl^flD, 
wards atMiarnftb^ntunof wsh 

ti I'mvlAfw. ilwubfcr 

t< .LIDS* i^>TT1■, sad Ifft «l 

tu- - . ii^"^' ■n.ti.l, Jjui-hsr, 

I'wn. -uual 

It, i'(ull^._ 



^ dinai NsonlMi, wbfM« 

WiUi8Bi.d.i.p. nUA 

Ctal>«lli}faw(M.d.«a 



ASIIBY, OF Qt'ENBY. 



W 



t. OtoacK, bU heir. 

n. BcanM. dir«! younf[. 

in. John, niercliaiit. of Landoa, wbo nt. 
BnabcUi, dauniitc r of Sir Bf njimin 
Tkoniwrood, uldrrmati of Londoti, 

JoliD, of r«roIiria. who hnd i soiit 
Thomufl, orQunibv. (n CArnltna. 

Rkhanl. </. -Ilh F<'briiar>. 1700, 
■ICvd rit!tity-four, burird ai MH- 
lOD Mawbmy. 

Jrminta, d. Hlal Hny, 1761, aged 
livtr, buried at Mellon Mow- 

tjrav. 

IV, ^ ■ * Turkry merchiuit, who 
■I. \t»i\, tUusI'tvr nntl \wir of — 
Briftau, iifTlior|M- Sarbfvilr, in Lci- 
«r«fr»bir«, and liad Miiti two (laufrh- 
tm. Mary ami Kltx;tli<<tl), one «oii, 

Wtlliam. n( Tborjtc 8iu-brvil«, who 
rf. abotit Ihr year I76H, l«avm^ 
iHnp, 

1. WiUirtm. wbo m. Fmncei 
DaiU, fif Oftkhnm, in Rul- 
Uoditiirr, and lind h»ue. 
3. Kicbard. rector of llarwelli 
ihrd 170?. 

3. SAmiifl, rrctor of Barwell, 
di<^ 1 77ft. 

4. Jamro. died UDDiarried. 

I. Mnry, m. to — Elioo, of 

PortodowTie. 
3. Elimbf'lti, m. lo Reuben 

Parkp. uf Vtrlton. 

5. Frattoa. 

I, RItnhcfb. m. (o Richard Inge. eaq. 

•f Tbar|M> (^inptaalioc. in SiaSbnl- 

wbirw. 
It. M*ry. d. ucmarrifld. 
M. Sarah. 4. ■nniarrw.-d. 
tw, AsBe. «. to Rohort Cotton. «iq. of 

V. Mabrl. m. l/i Sir Jnl.n Ouebyr, of 
Htoc-ilcv. in Lrii't-air-nthire. 

Mt. Aahby d. tit| July, ULJ3, iRrd wventy- 
ttm, aad wav #. bv hU ridfsi "un, 

r giiifiby, i. 39th 
liir iTiunty of Lei* 
' t^ ■>(i<Lt:« |[. who m. 
I.kr\. nitl\ daughter nod 
"•ii.j,. I Lriigl,, ew). of 
iind by her, 
• - _. Ilcwctl. raq. 
tfl^ l.Mfa A|<ril. 1731, agnl 

Ifev -Etr, 

t. i^aoHu^., of Qtirnbv, h. Illtb July, 
1«V», M P fr.rl^it^iti'rshir.'.iu lOUA 
■-' I liiicli MbxrifTin ItittM-O, 

T in, tiaiially itjrli-41 '* bo- 

•e»[ '. i iiy, tlir iilatit-T," 

froai k> rti lo iliBl rnliciniU 

aad filrMin|[ portiill, wa« knrxvu to 
Mr. KTvlyn from thU drcunutance. 



wboiMidbimariiiitatQtienby. Kins 
fine redura of Lebiinon trern planted 
by him, probably from ft cone brAiichi 
o»rr or proeured bv his uocle, VVtl- 
iJAiii A»liby, ihf "turkey merchant. 
Thp*p finp tree* wen* in n Aodri.thiit^ 
coaditioii when Mr. .^hukbrii|;Ii Ash- 
bv came to the estate, but Win^; 
bli>ckrd ny >>y the ulber trees from 
ai&hi, he UiiJ lb«'in open to riew, 
nhii-b thev took tKi ill, ihni they all 
immediately died, when ihey vrvn 
very pro)>erW aiiplied to the waina. 
cottioft of the ca^t ^nd of Muni^erton 
cbapel. He IN. UniiiiAh. daui^bler 
and ro-hrir of Edmund Wnriu){, vt^. 
r>f L'mphrisloii. in Shrapsbire, and 
dyinf; in i;'J>), left i!«ue. 

1. Ittcliiird. b. in IQS6, captnin in 
tlic Welsh Fusileera. 

2. John, of the Lynches, near 
ShrcMftbnry. h. in IfW7. who rf. 
90lh July. 1756, lea^^ing issne. 

John, of ihe I*yni-be«. h. in 
1732, one of the e5(|uireK io 
Lord Olive on hiaitiBUUntion 
aa H knighl of the bath. He 
M. Jant- Wingfietd, relict of 
Aiitbonv Kinnersley. esq. 
of L<*ig)iton, but d. t. p. In 
1779. 
Edmund, m. Elizabeth, dnuirh- 
terof WiUiam .\»b. rs(|, nud 
d. in I7H6, learing two 
dnujcblers, 

Eliz.nbelh - Freeman, m. 
in l7HU,to Robert Hale, 
esq. 
Hflnii»h-M«ria,in.in 1787, 
fu John MnddrK:k, es<). 
of Sbrewabury. 

Hnnnab, m. lo Ctinrtea Stam* 
ford, of Wellin^jbornaj^h. 
5. Edmund, b. in lOOU. m. Jn 17-20. 
Eliuibt'th Jiidilb, daii|thti.-r and 
hrir of Rolrrt Laicke. of Oinlon, 
Will*, and dj luff in I776.left$nr- 
»ivifig issur, 
Geonje, n.P. F. A.S. 6. in 
1724. president ofSt. Jobn'i 
College, (Cambridge. *ic»r of 
Huit((frlon. and rector u( 
barrow, 

Hannah. 

Mary, m. lo Benjimin Mather, 
C«). of Wcllilin'mrritipli. 

4. WAnl^^>. b. in l(Jlf7, who «. hij 
fAthrr al Quenby, and wn« 
lii):li ilierilT of LeicrstcrKhirv in 
1733. lie M. Elizabeth, duui^h- 
tcr of Rii hard Cunilu-rUiid. esq. 
of Penkirk. nnd winter to Deunit 
Cunibcrliind. Hiiiliop ofkilmure, 
and rL in 1770, leaving ■ aoo, 



178 



ASHBY. OF QU£NBY. 



CRoRoit, of Haslebrrcli Hall, 
in \iirih.inti>liinKhirft, i, in 
1736, M. Deborah, ilAagliter 
of John Sparkr, of Cum- 

I. EUxalwth, IN. In I7CM^ John 
Prermio. e*q. of WtrlUncbo- 
roush, in Siorthampton^liin-, 
hif^n »hrntt tyf tlint coniitv. and 
lutd Iwo dauK>itj-r», vix. 

Elizftbrih Frremnu.m. In PmU 
ley JrttMtii, M«|. (if Lnuj;lry 
Hall, Warnic-lifhire, mid 
bud a son, Willlitm Jmsob, 
r»q. and ■ dauifhleK Anoe 
J^MOD, m. lo Sir Cfanrlcs 
Hollr, hart. 
Ilannnh FnTm*n, m. to Wil- 
liam ArIi, eau. of PRslon, 
ttcar Ppt«rl>orou|rh. and had 
fonr duuf;hl!'r9. 

HauDoii Aab, m. lo WiU 
lUn JetMo. esq. of 
Sutton CwIdtMd. 
Anil Aiih, J, unniarrii'd. 
EliMh<>th A^h, m. firsl, lo 
EdiniilKl Ashhy.MM). of 
liir Lviiclu'^. and se- 
condly.lo Amrlian llol- 
brrlt, c«u. of SIowIpv 

Km. 

Mury Ai>h. m. tothf" Ri>v. 
Rfchartl HiMc Ilylnnd, 
reclor of 8ntton ('old- 
drld.and had (no d.-iui. 
L>i]i<i, m. (<■ Williiiin 
Bedford, i-!)t|.uiid Phue- 
br, m. Id ll)t> llcv. Ed- 
mund Willtattmon. 
3. Mary, m to lltnry HatI, of 
London. 

3. Ilntinah. m. lo Ororge Chearl- 
drn, M. II. 

4. Anno, m. to Robert Norton, of 
Lcicrater. 

11. Shiiklimitb, of whom preuntly. 

Ml. EM»4»hy, h. lAlh July. lOtfJ. (rilow 
of Trinfly roUcjir. Ctupiliridnc. m. 
Mary, daughter of WtlltAiti Major, of 
Leicrtter, tiul Uvinf; (. p. Icrft bit ea- 
tatv to bin nt*;>b(tw. Kbuckbntgb. 

t. Mary. m. to John Ek.in«, ^tt\. of 
Ru»hd<?ii. 

II. Eliznbrth.m.loSirNiktlianWrigbte, 
knt. of Harwell, ihr lord krfp«r. 

III. Ilorotbv, H. in \m\. unuiarriird. 
IT. Lncy, If. yoan;. 

V. Marfarct. m. to Wniiam Boothby, 
r«i. of Maralon, in l^lccsirnklitri*. 
Mr. Athby W. Tbth May. I(f7-i, And ¥,** bu- 
riid al MnntETtun. IIi» »«;L'ond ton, 
BiiLKiiRiriiii AsiiBY, cw|. i. lOib April, 



1690, m. Mary, daughtrr of NVlc H*wvt. 
FM|. of DuDlon llaMi-l. in Jiirirrab-r«btr*', 
and by her, who d. .lOth November,. 1743. 
Irfl at bia dec«fUM>, 4th May. \7M, aged 
ninrly, a ion aod luvcfMor, 

SiiiiaBnt'oit A^iiBT, r«<(. A. t4tb .Sep- 
tember. IflUU, nbo m. Mary, dauichliTr and 
heir of Nuthnnicl Cniilock, •••q. of CoMijifC- 
Ion, in LrircRlfmliirp, hi, Mnry, hiit wifr. 
daughter of Tlionifta Sauadrra, eai|. of !iib- 
bcrtoft, in North llaiiU. and bad iMUfr. 
). Siii'keiut^H. bi« heir. 

II. Nathnnirl, b. t^tli December, 1730. 

III. firr>r)C<-. (/. 7lh Aupivt. I76U. at 
Camhridgi-, ii{;rd Iwwnli'tNO. i.^. 

I. Mary, fN. totlir Rer. Willian Breck- 
nock \Vrn|ige, *icnr of Priiby. 

II. Dnrotby, m. bi ibr Rrv, Thou«« 
Myddlrlon, ricar of Melton .Mow- 
bray. 

Mr. Athby d. l-tib Janiuu-y, 17dA, and wma 
r. by bi* i-lde»l »ita, 

SMlKBitioM A^iiav, eM). F.RS. I. fllh 
October, 1704, M.P. fur l^icraier. «bo 
Aer»rd na hifcb ahrrifl'of the county in I76H, 
and in ibe foUoMiti^ yt*ur purrhaacd from 
his kinsman itie ancient family ratatc of 
QttOiBY. lie ni. Kliaabeth. daughter and 
b«ir of Richard Hindr, phj. of Cold Aabby. 
in Norlhnm|iUin«)iire, and hy her, who diM 
Rib November, I7]l.:>, bad tvi'i .: 

MAHV-FiUAnr.rii. m. i Ui- 

tham. F.R.H. nnd F^. A. oi t>4ii«A. 

OuRorntA. m. to Sir TluinM H—ry 
Aiircrw. Inn. 
Mr. Ai>hb.v. rf. 'J?!!) January. 17*2. Uh 
alder dauuliirr, 

MiRV-ni-iiEAIiCTii A*HBi, &. lo IT47, m. 
as italtd above, in ITTli, William Lalbam, 
r8((. of KIthAm. F.R.8. and fJA.K. and by 
bim, who </. shoal \S0&, aod wa* baried aS 
Uaneerliin, had iaauo, 

Wiu.uM-A>iHBY l*4TiiAH. bb brtr. 

Mnriii-Elir-iibrtb Lalhani, m. tnihe R«v. 
f^eiirije OslKirnr , uf lljaclbcevh, Nwr- 
tlinmiitunfhin'. 
HarnVl l^nibam, m. to Tbomaa Byff», 

r»4j. who la dreraiM-d. 
Dorothra-ilinde Lnlliam 
Mr». Latham li. in iMI6. and was harird 
with her huaband. Hernnn hminc aMwnrd 
tlir (umame of Aahby, iA ihe jiieaenl Wii- 
tiAM A*HBY AjiiiaT, etq. of (Jaenby. 

Arms — At. a cbev. erm. b«Ttweer» thrw 



Ieo)Mrdft* facea or. «nianrri 
I^we«hy, llunlrt. Zoiich, ai> 

fVfjf— <lut of a mural croi> 
Alfront^. 

Motta — Be jtiat and fear not. 

Eftatfs— to I.^'iccsterihirr. 

&'caJ— <Jocnby Hall. 



V.Mt 



179 



FITZGKRALD, 
€1fc llniqil of tAIpn. 






FnXGERALD, JOHN- 




FRAUNCEIS, «ntfl|)i of ©Ipo. of Olyn Castle, in the couoiy 
of timerii'k, b. '^^th June. 1791, UplizcU at Taunton, io 
SotRcnift»hire, 6th Julj, 1791, m. at ILcading. Berkshire, 
!2Sth July, 1812, Brid;r<;t. gfthilftuprliur of the Rer. Joseph 
E^re, of Wwterham, in Kent, and Iiha iwae, 

I. JoHK-Fii*i:NCEIs-ETR[!,fr. at Rf.idiiiK.2fiih May. 1813. 
». 10th Auf^st. WA&, CInra, only daughti^r of'Orrnlil 
BlrDOcrba»«er. of Riddl(r«lowa, in the county of Lime- 
rick, and has ikiuo. 

GrrnldinF. h. itt Kiddlcstofim, I7lh April, Ift36. 

II. Edmond-Urniftnn-M'LeMl. 

I. OcraIdiiie-.\nne. 

II. MnrgnrMtn-^oiihin. 

The Knight of Glyo U a deputy-lieutenant and magistrate 
for the county o( limerii'lt, for wliicb be served the office 
of aherilf to 1 830. Wv i« also master of arta of the univer- 
altie* of Cambridge and Dublin. 



Itiuaitt. 



Dmo, or Otkfiu ft rich and powerfnl 
Iwft ii Cb« ttveof King ALruep. dewrnded 
fnm tfae 4«lke9 of Tii*cnn\ . » hiiron uf Ene- 
ImJ, Mmmliajr to }jir Wlltiani DuKdAle, id 
1W lacW W A'otjp BDW4KD Ihr €'anfeM»ar, 
vaafadMfor 

WAtran PtTz-itTiHt. or FrTz-OTiieH. 
•W.at t*" i'rni-r.-.l larvFV of the kinK'lum 
* Wm * '■ of ^ViiidMor, mill was 

iM «( iL' Ucrk,»i)ir<.', aod Imvinif 

m. GUd^i ' ^ r of Kyall »)> Cunyu, 




u GaftALD. or Grnrd Fiti- Walter, of 

vkom prnK-nily. 
II. RiMaurr. Uaron of Euton, or E^- 
IftlttM, Id Cm4-x. 
WttU4«. «nrr«tor of the Lords 
r and Kxrli of Plymouth. 
liKRAUn FlT«-W*l.TBII, ilie 

•«• iMfinir m. NcMa. dau^lilfr of 
vm t*f Thr"»dore the (jreikt, Friuw wf 

i. I rx-(iKRiU>, of nhoni 
ji^ricjilly. 
n. WiltiBKi Fitz-Gerald. of the eaftle 
»r kerris. in Car marthr Dili ire. who 
4tr4 tn 1)7.1, InivjnK luue. 
I. (ki> 1 of the (Tareirs. 

a.J(« .»«.'«, wcut to Ire- 

la^,, ■--,-■ .■ ■! ,re 

! 



••d th>> Fitunauriees, FjirU af 
K*fry. 
3- WiiJJiH, anceator of the Or- 
ranU of Hrynn, Lftncasfairr, 



Lords Oerards of Ince, Earls 
rtf Macclrftfitld. Sec. 
III. David. Biiihop of St. David's, in 
IMH, rf. 1170. 
MArRice FiTZ'GtHALD. the eUlcst son, 
one of tlie first invnders of lri>tniid in I l(M, 
rf. Isl ^fplrniher, 1177. and tii-s htirird in 
ihe friarj of the iir^-y Friars, m We\fonl, 
leavinf; issue, 

I. GenALD Pir/HAnaici! Firx-GEHALD, 
jiislii-o of Irrtnnd, hiiill iLp custle of 
Slifiu. and •/. iit ldl>6; ance«lorto iho 

Dl'KF.S OF LkINSTKII. 

II. Thomas. 
The second son, 

TiinMA4 FrrKMAi'iiice Fitz-Okrald, tn. 

Ellinur, danshter nf -lonlftii ilr Miirisco, 
Aiid si«ler la Mervf- de Monte MariArn, cha- 
stahle of Irt^land, and ofGL-ofi'ri.-y de Maris- 
eo, lord justiL-e of Ireland in Ihe reign of 
htng John. He d. iu I'iO?. and was f. by 
his »oD, 

John Fitz-Thohas FiTx-ORRtt.n, t^rd 
of Deciesnnd Destnonil, jure uxoris primte. 
These lands n ere eonlirnied to hrm as amply 
as they were hi-ld by Thomas Filz-'Vtiihouy, 
hi» fatliF-r-inUw, 44(h IIemiv III. lie m. 
firsl. Marm-rj. daughter and koIp heir of Sir 
Thomas Fiut-Anthony, Lord of Defies and 
Desmond, and had issue, 

MAtRI<;F FlT£-JoHK FiTX-GrttALD, 

grandfather to the first Earl of De*- 

mond. 
lie m. secondly, Ilonora. daushNT of Hngh 
O'Connor, of Kerrj', and had liv her, 

I. (;iLntHr FiTZ-JoiiK, ancestor to the 

While knij^hl- 



180 



FITZGERALD. OF GLYN CASTLE. 



II. Sin Joiiv FiTX-JoiiK, of whom jire- 
■riitly. 

III. Maihicp FiTiC-JoiiN.aacralortctUic 
kniKlil uT K<.Try. 

IV. Tmi)H%<> I'tT/-Joi|N.iinei-»l'>r lo thr 
Fil2-(*rrn|ilft nf llir Ulniid of Kerry. 

JnHK FiTX-TiinuA!( FiT^-GrntiD, I/tril 
of Drcirs Htid LVsmond. by rirtuc of Ui» 
royal M-lfniiory u n cotiiit |»ili)tiiif. crenln] 
thrtf of hi» WII9. by iIh- ofrdrnl marriRicv, 
kiii|£l)ts, ninl tlirir tIr«cfii<)niiU huvit be^n 
W i>l>lrd in ncu of parli-imeiit, |iati-iits 
madrr ilw er«>i>l •v»1, noil all legal pruce^d- 
iagl op to Ihe prt^fiil limr; una liaWng 
fousdira ttic monastery of Traloe, was buritd 
Ihrrr in 130U. His aecond ■no, 

SiH J<iMN FiT/'J<iH\, km. (o kIioiti hla 
filher ga*e lltr ca»tl(-« of Olyncorbiiry niid 
Braeh, county I.inifrick,wu'thfl6ral kuii^hl 
of Glyri. and Wfi ia^iic, 

I. JniiN rirz-Jniiv, his siirorMnr. 

II. iif-fiMt* Filz-Jniis, nnrfstor lo Ihe 
fwmily of C'lrnlith Hnd ('itHilr IiihiTn. 
in thft rOMiiiy of Cork, barooeu. 

Sir John Fitx-Joho was «. by his eldest son, 
Sir Johv Firz-Joiiw, delUlyn, knt. irlio 

WKs t. by his fon. 

Sir Though PiT/-JnitM, dfl (Ilyn, knt. 

ruslo» P»i-is in pnrliliui 0'(*oiit)\ll ^Itli 

Edward HI. 1346, and pHvr hosiaj;cs fur 

bis fralty in IU4.S. He was t. by bis son, 
Sin imiN Fitz-Tm(i««», del Olyn, kni. 

living id l.'k'll , buatni^e for his father's fealty 

in lS<^h Irft iMiic, 

I. TiioHA<i Fir/-Ji^H^, bis snccessor. 

II. Pliili[i Ftlx-John, who Icfl a son. 
Tii»i*«a, succcMor to bis uiir1«. 

BIr John Fiu-Tliomu was «. by bis eldest 
■on. 

Sir Thuwas Fitz-John, del Olyn, knt 
1361, <!■ t- p- und mus #. by his ncpbev. 

StnTiioM4«FiT/'PiiiupFirx-JuiiN.«ho 
«as I. by bin aan. 

EDHtADFirz-TiioHts FiTZ-GitniLD.knt 
of Gtyn, m. Marj*, dau. of Thomas, lx>rd 
Kerry, and dying in 1603, was succeeded 
by liis aoa, 

THniiAs FiTl-GtR*LO. knijihl of Glyn. 
■tvird someliinrM knitcbl of thr v.illry, srizrd 
of the manor* of Olyn and C««llrton Ileaxb, 
alUiiiled IHth IUnry VIII., and agntn lltb 
of Ei.i/iBKTii, WM t. by hia son, 

Thomis Firz-GliRil-D. who «.is altUBted 
Willi his father, and exrcntrd 1 1 tli of Qntm 
ELtZABETll, leSTing a daaiehtifr. Ellen, nife 
nf Sir £dinon4 Fits-llarris, kiit. and • son, 
his t.av-at*Mt. 

r.DHOhP FtTZ-GtRALD, kal. of Glyn. par- 
doned find rrstort'd to bis rstatrs, 26lh No- 
vember, 1603. Hv m. Honor*, dttughter of 
Owen M'Carlh; Rragli, aod was «. by hi* 
■oo. 

TiiDtiU FiTa-Gf.att n. kul. of C;|yn, who 
kad ]iv«ry of his Itod* INb It^eftaber, \fOH. 



He linrrender'^l those rstAles. and hnd (hem 
re-KrnuIrd 22i)d June. l(i.'IA. He nt. Joan, 
dnug-litrr of Jiimes. l.ford Dunboyiie, i«idnw 
of Kd'itond Fiti-Gthbow. »on of Edmotid 
FilE-Cihbuu. the «lii(e kniKht, and was t. 
by his M>n. 

Gr.nAt.it FiT/-GrRti.D.knt. of Olyn, who 
made h deed of aeltlemt-tttof bis rstntes, £ilb 
December, 1672. He m. Jo«n, dautcbtrr of 
— O'Britfti, and dyinft beforv I7U0, left 
is«ac. 

I. TnoHts, his saccnsor. 

II. John. 

1. Hunom. wife of Henry Fitz-<ierald, 
e«<|. of Breniore, in the county of 
Kerry. M 

Gerald Fiu-Gerald was #. byhb eUe«l ton. ^ 

TiinuA» Fitz-Gkralo, knt. of Glyn, 
•eie<-d of an estate in tnil under the deed of 
sfltlement uf 1(172. ra. Mnr^'. dauifhter of. 
Editmnd Fiu-Gerald, and birl iMiie, 

I. Edmomi, hit successor. 

II. KrcHAiiD, wboi. his brotbnr. 

III. TiioiiAB.whosacc«ededbisbrotb«r» 
Richard. 

IV. Catharine, wife of RolMrt FItx- 
Gerald, of Uublio. 

Thomas FilE-O^-ratd wu f. by hi* ffldl 
son, 

Edmokd FiT);-GF.R»Lt>,knt.of (llrn,wl 
died <. jf.. Admin iitration I7ti&, and was «. 
bv his hruiher, 

Kioitan Fitx-Gkraiji, kat of Oly*, 
who was t. by his brodier. 

TiiMHA» PiTi-GcKiin. km. of Glya. wb* 
M. Mary, dau^hlrr of John BAteman, eaq. 
of Oak Park, in the county of Kerry, rm 
had iiaae, 

I. John, bis sucticaaor. 

II. Gerald. 

III. riixabetb. 
l¥. Frances. 

V. Catharine. 
Vt. Jane. 

Thomas Flt>-G«ratd.who»e will la dated ITAl 
September, I7BI, and was proved IBdi ffe^] 
raary. IlWI , was $. by his eldetl soa, 

John FiT/-Gr,tuLp. km. nf Glyn, wb» ■•'j 

ceis Gwynn, esq. of Ford Abbey, ii 
cauiity of Devon, and was *. by his oajy 
son. JiMi*i-FRAt>\c»a Frrz-GKRAUi.prMMR 
knichi of Glyn. beiux (b* tsreniy-ftrit d»- 
scendanl from Olbo. 



vat 



tt nb 



brislladRRd 



VrtMt — A boar ps 
armed or. 

iW«/(»— Sbanit a Boo. 

Bittlm—Uuiot of QWDcwWrry. ena- 
sjstlaf of lb** fown Unda of B»Hyd>siafca». 
Coart, Farrennitllcr, lUllyaafmil, Rallv* 
culhanr, Bally aanmdtia, <'-abafm, Qm— g>' 



MONCK. OF COLEY PARK. 



18] 



Icr.KnUaer Morr, KilUnrv Org. Kinartl, 
t*»rr B»l><irqui1liiiRt)f, Pftrkavnliniir Prrr- 
M4. TwIItgtxM. nnij t]i«> lotvn of Olvn, 
kHaf a Rmrkrt nod post towo, nil in 'llii> 
Wroaj of Sbanid, in tlic county of LitnrricJc 
md farab of Ktlfprgtic, cuuluiiiing S,H3tI 



acres, held by re-grAnl fVom Qnten Eliza- 
beth, dated 13lh Jtin^, titttU of brr rrifpi. 
Ttie mnoor waa (n'rft'i-led by act of parlia- 
tDcnl 1 1 til Ei.iZADKTii.cap. il. Sep. 3. 
SmI— Glyii Cwtle. 




MONCK, OF COLEY PARK. 

>NCK, JOHN.BLIGH. <^aq. of Coley Park, in tba county of Berks, &. Bth Au- 

pR, 1811, micccetleit his father in Der«inber, 1834. 

Ufncogr. 

Catherine. married to Lord 

Oniiimoru. 
Kltzah«lli, m. In Re«r-ad- 
tairalKirOiarles Paget. 
Sarah, m. to Robert Maaoo. eiq. 
Margaret, m. to Robert BulUr, 
esq. 
CmRtCK. barrj»ler-at-lAW, wlio inlit* 
riled the property' of his DiAtfrnnt 
aiK-estors, at Granc^ UoriuBii. and 
*a» HDcr^ioT of Hrnri/ Stanlf If A/<Mtck, 
EjiRLof R4Tti[inw>t:. (Svc BtitiLB'i 
Prerut/r nnd UarOHetafff.) 
WiujAU, of whom presently. 

Jane, it. in infiincy. 

Hebfixn, m. torhii'f'JnMicr John Fors- 

ter, and Imd, Mith itlhrr JASue, a tluu. 

who tw. in IISH, UetiT^f Ib^rketey, 

I>.D. Ibecelfbnitfd Bishop of rio_\De. 
Elizabeth, m. iii I7U7, to JoM-pb K«Uy, 

c«q. ni Kcil^vmuuiit. 
The ibinl sun, 

WiiJ MM MoNrK, tfn\. of the Middle Tem- 
ple, bapt. 27lh October, 1092, m. Dorothy, 
sister of John, first Karl of Damley. and 
fourth dauf;hier of Tbomaa Bli^h. esq. uf 
Hnthmiirr, M.P. for Ibe rouDly of Meatb^ 
bv Kli/^ibrt)i, liis nift-, vouti^er Jiiughler of 
Colont-l Jiitni'ti \aj>rr. uf Ijoimhcrew. Mr, 
Monck wiui J. at hik dctrafte \t\ Wu sun, 

Ji>tl^ MoxcK, esq. of Bath, who resided 
In thnt city for more Oiau forty years, and 
al Icnpth tiicil there lath Nu»rmter, I**OII. 
" Mnnj," wv\a a nriti-r in the (lenilrman'a 
MnLiA/inr, "will rc»-ftllptt with rrprft Iha 
urhiinity of his niann<'rfl, hi« cultirated taslo, 
and his varioiii and extensire attaintDcnts in 
literary pursuits." He possesaed Krent 
wcniili, and bequeuibrd n very coasiderable 
fortune lu his B«-roncl tnn, 

JniiH Ut:KKei.KY .MohCR, ciK). of the Mid- 
die Temple, barrinler-al-lHW, m ho piirehaKd 
Golffv and other e^tjitea in Uip ni-ighbour- 
hood of Kradiiig. At the disMliiliotiof par- 
liament in I»1'2. Mr. Mouci was invited tu 
stand for that loruu^h, hut aftrr a acrem 
i-rmlP«l with M<-«)irB. Lcfcrrv niid Simeoo, 
sulTeiM a defeat, in 1830, bowrvar, h« 



Tte it ■ hranch of the ancient aloi-k o' 
*♦»." IT- .' V. in the county of De- 

•W . the i-elcbmtcdtJcorgc, 

Da*' ■■; TIL,.,,.,.,,. ,, H-bich was eelffblished 
k TM^Bttd by onn of the eompanions ia 

Cliaiii ^q. trrnnJAon of Robert 

B — f l -.in DcTon. a voung^r 

*>• ■ 'ie»r Motick.of Fotiie- 

mif- n d. in ilV27, mrvejor- 

f^mr^l ni «lt liir raKtoms in Irvlanil, arid 
frcfc— id e^Utea in thf ruuntv of West- 
■BBllk. It*- m. Klixabeth, I'ldr'sl ilaughtrr 
tf Sir Jobs Uh-nDerbiLaMi,utie uribeharoiiii 
•f Ifce CjuJaeHorr, and wu i. by his only 



11^ 



tta easnt* 
Ct«t' 



•vj. who m. tat May, 
ii't and hriress of Sir 
1. of firanifp (Junnani in 
. and had ifsuf, 
^^ Ct«t'' ' ir, who M. the Hon. 

^B M- 'trth. ttn<l had iasuc, 

^^^^ {! 'I<'^ ' •iirveyur-geseral 

^^^H ot t' ^, m. Mtfe* Jane 

H Oc«rKT.Paul. MP. for Colpruirir, 

^^^^ ai- Lady Arsminia Brresfurd, 

^^^^ m»4 bad a 

^^^^^^ Hmrj. of Powre. In Weat> 

^^^^^K to«»tb, who left by EUza- 

^^^^^H brth, hta 

^^^^^^H Ibr Earl livo 



IW KEMEYS-TYNTE. OF HAIJ3EWEU. AND KT.VAVMABIX 



mi* mom iiorcr«ftAil, adiI hf contitmt-i for 
■rtrrnl ycnm to n-jirfwrit Ih* nta^ <s>n- 
rtilueacy. who mu-kcd their «cnf« of his 
public cotnlni-'t by prrfrDtiiii; liim. ia IH-11, 
Htlli ft niflifi* >'><''''■ I |>ircr of iihitf. Mr. 
Mntirk putili»lifil, ill IHiMii. " Sonin OKvtf 
flionnl vf rM-« on the nprniiic •><' lt>r Ki-ailing 
Litcniry ln»liliilii>ii.' anti w:ui rlcirlrd prr- 
aidpnt of tlif Ptii1o<iop))ic3l IiiKtitutiun of 
Ibtt town, Kl lU rflUbliahtnviit Ju IB3I. 11* 
m. JD ItilO. Mni7,duit[btcrorWilUmaiSle- 



phrns, wq. of Alilrnmwton. in IVriftliirr, 
aiirtlffl MlhifiilrrrftAi'.l.llli r>. iH.*M, 

{nitli II vnunKpr Mm nud tw. lb* 

f resent JoHn Buoii Monlk. cwi. oi CoWri 
'•rk. 

vlmM— Ob. s cher. Wlwrm lliree bowl 
heiids en»rA arg. 
^^V*-*! — A «ry»<"rD. 

£>fa/»— In'BtTlirihirf! and Norfolk. 
&*Mi-^^ley Puk.Dvu Readinf. 



KEMEYS-TYNTE, OF HALSEWELL AND KEVANMABLY, 
OR CEFN MABLY. 



TYNTE-KEMEYS, CHARLES-KEMEYS. «q. M.P. of HbIwwpII Hoiw*. in tli«] 

coanty of Somenet, ind of Kevuimablr. iai 

GlamorgpuMfairc, F.A.S. colonel of thv WmiI 

Somerwl Cavalry, b. ?9tb M»y, 1779, 

Anne, diiiie:hicr of the R«v. T. I^ftTSon, bb4 

n>lirt of Thumas I^nis, r»q. of St. Fitm, m 

the county of Monmouth, by which lady, «bo 

V^??^2( S5^ft^^*^lA<??^5^ died ill April, 1 836, He bM i«sao, 

C)iARir.<t-JnHK, F.n.S. M.P. for tkc W< 
rrn Diviftioo of Somrnrtshin-, and rn^ja 
in thv \\\-»t SotncrBcl Onviiinf, • 
traits' iiniJ ih-put) -lii-uti'ii«iit fur tli»l i 
»ntl fur Mi)nniiiHlli§hiir, m. in IWIO. 
lii-lh, U«U|;)tlrr And eo-bcir I witli her 
I Irm, Mm. Itagut and Lady l*ilkiiiKlr 

af Tliomni Kwiiinprton. en), of Butt«rion MaII, in Uic county of SlatTortl. I/7 
>lar>, hid wiff, diiunhwr and heir of Chitrlff Milboiini*", rn\. of ili^ Priori of 
AbcrgHVi'miy. I>y MarlbN, s«>cniid daugbirr of Edward, llijrd Earl of Oiford {arc 
Tol. iii. p. 6)11 ), and ha* i»9UF. 

Milbuurni-Krini-yft, b. in IK23. I 

Anitf, ><■• to 1M37. to Sir WilUam H. Cooper, bait, of Gogar, who d. in Janury, 

1830. 
Jane. rf. unm. in 1834. 
LouiH, m. in 1834. to Simon Frater Campbrll, mq. kinaoiai) to dia D«k» 

Arnyle. 
Ilciirirlta-Annff, ni. la IfVLl, to T. A. Kemmis, eaq. of tlw tirenadii-r Guarda, taMj 

M.P. for East Um*. 

ColoD«l Kfmeys-Tynte. a mapiatnitp and depnty-livatanant for thvcounttca of So«ni 
Mt, fjlamuTTnii. Muuniotitli. and Sunt>y, rrprrMOta tho boroufrh of B fH kptw^tyf in' 
uarlinriHial. Ho is co-heir lu the sDrirnt barotiiM of WiiaktoX uud of Gkkt Dt. 
WiLTQX. (3m Bi'ftXft'a Extinct mml Dormant Perraift,) 



liiunof. 



The family of Ttwtb haa maintained for 
crnturirt a Irnding potition in the UV»i of 
Ell 1*1 ■ ltd ; iif ilsanrnamr Iradilion ba* banil- 
ed down the follimint; ilrritiilinn; In the 
Vear IliU, at tlie rrlchralrd bwlllr of \acB< 
(on, a ^onnit knif^hl of tl)» nohlr hou»c of 
Amndel. clad all in wbilr, with bia bonr't 
botttinFS of the Mm* culour, ao galluiUy 



diMinpniFihr-d bimartf on thai mrrDorvU* 
firUI. ihsl ItinURP Cirur d* l.ton rriii«ric4 
piibtirlv after ihr (U-lory. " Uwl tbc tB>aMaa 
Liiixlaliind bi)ri)e bim*riraaalioa.awl4e*a 
deeds eoual to tboMi of aik CroiaM (ar Crv 
faden), ' wbrreupoa he c«af«rrad tm bte« 
for anna, a boa n. on a Arid arc bats*** 
»i\ croMlefa ofiLt tnt. and far mat», 



KEMEYS-TYNTE, OF HALSEWELI. AND KEVANMABLY. 183 



T^*r m r (rraor« Snnccno." Hift ituctai- 

«!>)* . ■' -unmmi'of Tyste. 

il- '-.lis. iuSomeract- 

rv, t[>;iij •-ic • 'niiKi- (Jitflf iiifluvncr. aiid i 

iBrnBarryiag frith llie principal county fa- 

Tbe TVfirrvrtniit t* of ih<> Tjrnte* Al the 
dMv fflitr •ixtt^Tth i-riitur)'. 

EB«*np TvKTr. «q. of VS rcxliall. in the 
MBMy <ti Somrnet, livinf; iii 16KA, ittBtrii-d, 
ami kmii tmtf toar, EliAfHti, bis lii-ir; ami 
kMIX.Kr (Strt. Lnt wliu bcltlrd in Ireland In 
IMfiv *im1 *iHi> w«a incc^titr of ihn baronrU 
•f IW Buur, mi^c-nt ia lliat purl of tlie 
kJMfdom. Tlie eliirr ftott, 

Edward Ttktc, «-«q. of WreshRlt, nms 
bAerof 

K»««aoTvMTL,e9q. wlio pnrolinsiHt from 
U* iMobker-ia-lnw. John Aislic, ent). the 
^■■•r llf CkrUr^, 111 llu* cuuniy of Snmrr- 
\\^ ^...^.i^^] ^one. dtnKtitcr of Sir 
1 ' '. kilt, of Wroxlmll. in tliv 

! 1j nl JoHS. HobiTt. HukI). 
'<-4r. Hci/. in ItiSU, aoU 

inHi« *r»»it, rw]. of Chflvpy, M. P. for 
Jiri-waTrr in Iflrtl. n ttrtuU'il ndlicrt'iil of 
" itrK.niid iiiinicd In 
.- r»lnU'», jnl'.-nilcd 

. u^fiUofllirHuyalOiik. 

\Kr H. i*i I' r anil ticirt-M of Huj{li 

■ > i4.ti«rwrtl, tu the i^oiiitty of 

< . if Skr NiclioU* IIaUcwc-1). 

' Ml cAUtf witich li^iuti<:« 

1 MtT rif lUc fiMiiily. By 

L....— .-. .|..<H.'i«cll, be Icfl a onii and 

>r. 

ftC«ll4. T^NTK, Mq. of HnlM-Mcll, 

icrrainl ■ Bikom'T 7ili Junt^. 1073, 

jratiun of bit falbi'r'ri diaiinKHUtivd 

,*m1 ivfirrtrtitril Uii* town ul Urid);i'- 

et la parluawDt iu 1678. He m. CJrncr. 



• TU bdly of Hk]«»»*ll. or Dt H«lMir«a. 

— rfwi^BM Atii ! iW MtBta now 

^pn«4 1^ tlMi loaal KsfDayi 

TylO, 1«i— tt»U.. ...... uirtt. 

4 Thnn|f» Uw H«a»rlU tiM fknily dvrirod, in 
inaC d**faHi. firmB lit* rajn) houw of FLintft> 



dftnglilrr and co-bHr of Robert Fortf>«oii<>, 
rsfj. of Fillpitib, in ibp county of Devon, by 
(>rBc«, his wife, dnn^btcr of tbr gallant Sir 
Bevillc Granville, k-iit. of Slow, and bad 

HAUtewhXL. of New College, OxfortJ, 
who pre(leirf>He'>d bin fjilber nnm. 

FntiTPitclT.. wbft m. the; d,ingblprof — 
Glffard, oq. ofCnnninfrlon, but d. u. 
p. i. p. His widow w«ld<rd secondly 
Hopton Wjndbnm, eiKj. and tblrdly 
— CodriiiglOD, c«q. of Olouceatur- 
sbire. 

John, «uc(!H«or to hts father. 

Jlobcrt. bad an only daughirr. wbo if. 

yOBOR. 

Once. m. to Arthur Tretnaine. esq. of 
Sydcaham. in Deroasbin:. (See vol. 
i. p. 1115). 
Sir Hnlflpwrll d. in 1702, and was <. Iiy bU 
eldest itiin iving eon, 

.SiRjoHNTvxTE.iecondbrtroDctofHalse- 
well, who married Jniio. eldi-sl d»iiK)il^r of 
SrnCii,«Ri.u Kemeys, bsirl.of Kcvtinmably, 
in Gl am org nn shift-, by Mary, bic wife, dnu. 
of Philip LonI Whartoo, and bad three 
fton» »iid a daughter, viz. 
IlALSKWItLL, 1 

John, pocoenire barts. 

jA%t.m. in 1737 to Mnjor HA»SELL,tof 
the Royal Horse Guiirda, Blue, aon 
of Jubri MnswII, <*»q. by Anno, hi* 
wife, daughter and heir of Thom.ta 
Sl (jiiJntin. eaq. eon of Sir William 
(jiiiotin. bart. aiid had au only dau. 
and bi-iress. 

Ja>»: Hassu.!-, of wliotn prfsenlly, 

an inhcrilnr nf the eslnli^ uf the 

fAmilicB of Kf.meys and T\NTr, 

Sir John d. in Marrh, 1710, and wna t. by 

bis eldest son. 



S, 



Maa^ FiaiHW to K*«*aD HI. Ktoff uf 

T^i. I. •rLaiifl>7. Dako of York. 

tt^mt, Emi of Canbnil^. m. Aane Mortimor. 

■Mtai4, Diaka o^ York. m. Cietly »*ine. 

iMj 4hm riMktHmt. «• ^tr Tbonaa St. Legar. 

tmm *!. L«f*v, da>|n«7 Md ha^, m. Oepr^ 
liiiii . L»>4 U<M. 

TW Ba», Irtwiaf Manafrtn ^ir KabertCon- 



I 



John ConsuMe, m. Dorotliy. daogbOr tad bair of 
Sit Kuban Uughtnd. 

MftrraadukB Onstalile. «i. Andiy. daagliUr of 
R<ib«it Hunguc 

MirHMdnkp ConUablp. m. KalfaeriDO. ileugblOT of 

Abthooy Toalt. 

Kathnins C«iulBb>,whn m..lrmniab HasariLeaq. 

F.J<raH HmwII. 

Join llaaa^, at. Anna, dat^tfater and bair of The* 
mas ftt. (juintin. nq> 

Mtjna IUmi.t, m. Jaaa, only tlauirfat«f of 8ia 
Joux TtaTK. 

Jaiw llaaw'tl, m. Coluoel JohiMioaa, wboaaavnad 
tbff aamaaa of Kcml^*-'! v<n*. 

Ciiinn*! Kamara Tynta, uf lUUvwall and K*van- 
luably. 



184 KEMEYS-TVNTE, OK HALSEWEU. AND KEVANMABLIT. 



StH H«t>KHEi.L TvsrK. (liird iMiranc-t. of 
Hal»cnrll, wlifi wia rrlnnifil lo |M>rliniiiriil 
br (he borfniglMiritri>li;fMAti>r, 1 (•'coNr.e II. 
lie M. MAry. dnuf^liier nnd hrjreu of Joltii 
H'nllrr. CM), of Ureton, and by licr. wlio 
wrdilcti iK'cuDdly. iu 173(;. Puwlri Si. Juhn. 
rsi|. of I>tv|:itionifipld, Imd lwo dituf;liicrF, 
wlio Itiilli dii-il yiiiiiig. Sir HnUbwcIl ilird 
ta Nuvrinbrr, 173U, und wu succeeded by 
lib brollifr, 

SiRjoH!><TYhTE,fouTlbt>nronct.orlliiUe- 
ncll, in lioly order*, nctur ol <jOAttiur*t, in 
SomrrH'Uliirr. lit nbo»c drcvRH' unm. iu 
Aiipi^l. 1740, llir vBtalr» nntl n-|ir<-Bonlatioi) 
of llie I'ltmily driuKu'd om liia lirolher. 

Sill rii4Ktr.<>-KniKTK TvNTi^ flfili hnnt- 
iirl, of llnlicwrll. LL.U. wlio rcpmculed 
the county in levcii pArliamrnu. and wu 
coloiirl of (hf M'cund biilinlioit of S'.nncr^ft 
militia. Sir CtiHflc* bFriiinc, at lUc dporasr 
or fits unelr. Sir Oiorli-ft Krmrxs, li.-irl. a( 
KovnnniAljtv , re|>rr*etiI.iUte uf tlinl tirry 
Bitrariil fxmily, nnd iiitirritcd llit-ir large 
»lAteii in llitf counties of CUriiorncHii, lire- 
con. nnd Mmiaioiith. Ilv w. in Maruli, 
I737-8. Anne. dAuglitcr and co-lit-irof t)i« 
llcv. Dr. Uusliby, ri-clur hI' Adilincluii, in 
IlurLfl, liQt fttinv; nitliuiit i:t»iii>, in l7Hli, Itia 
ItrnttpoiiM-Mlonii becAmr vrstrd in lib rijr^cr, 

JK*>t Hamncu., who married Colonel 
J^jlinilotie. of Uie Ut rcKinirnt of Foot 
(luardf, Krooiu of lli<- bidcliutnbvr. and 
coni|itritlliT Hnd iiiii»U'r uf itif liuusoltold lo 
lib (luyAl Htjtttni-M, (iruriti*, Prim-t* of 
\\Mlrs(«rt<TnATdji GtnK4:i: tV.), mIiu aua- 
nied, by royal |ji:cii«i>, ihr suniameii of 
Ki-Utvs-TvvTE. f'oloiifl KctnevB Tynii- <f. 
in Ih07, and hi* widow in ItJUA, leannK, 
u'ilh tModMU^blrry Itoili unniarrinl.an only 
Bvin.lbe |ir(.-N'niriHHi.LS-KcUKYft KtHOt- 
Tv\rK, cMi. of HalM-wrll Huuw, in Sonier- 
H'tihirf, and of Kftt:nmably, In Ulatnof- 
S'lnvUira. 



lUwirt, of UrbannAblp. 

Tli« liouiw of Kt.UFYh. oristnitlly De Ta- 
noia, <'amOf*. and ('iin>>a. t* ot NomiNti 
PXinHTttoa, Aud the namf of its patritiL-h 
if (o be found on the roll of Bnlllv Abbry. 
Lor};n {KM»t-Mion« wrt cn*nfi'd In ttir h- 
tnilr iu tlif rounlieaof Siii«r\ and fitiirtrY. 
■nil DO early an the irar I'J.'iH HAlph dr 
C'anioia wa« a baron by tenure. He wa* 
aut'Ce«drd by bi* >on, ICiilpb dt- <'nniot», wbo 
waa vumniotird to parlinnu-nt-lt' Hl>ky III. 
*tid bi» d;x'«'(id4nfn n.it tinio'it; ilii' pern ol 
Oie reatin nnlil ibr ■!■ nitf^o i.uurb r.« in 5 
llrsnv VI, of lluRb de t'amoit, who lefi hi» 
aiktrr*. Marram, m. t» Half K.Ml«>ineIde, 
and Alraiior. wiff of Ro^er l>>uk.ii()r. Ill* 
roheir*, (ff Bi'RKr'« Exttmet Pfrr^tfc). A 
bmarb of \Ur family, wbich bad arulrd 
in Prmhmlcraliire. iberi) enjoyed larye 



EkMeaaions. and at Lords o( ('-^mnva and Sl> 
ogmitrU.exrrcived aInuMi ti-kbI AMay, la- 
the conqui-at of Mniiiuuuthftbire and ()la< 
raoripuialiire, tbo t'auin\B were much diatiu- 
prui&b«Hl. nnd were rewnrdt^'d witJi ifrmaU of | 
" Kenicy's Comniaitder," and '* Keniey**, 
Inleriur." Our lirancli* bevamcr cttablULed , 
nl I.liinv;irr CA-<tle in Monmivntbsbtre (nam. 
io the pocaeMion of Colonel Kenie_Mi-Tynl«i; 
and another, fixin]: itself 4l the'Urj;an, in 
titnmort;an»b)re, erected ibe manaioa of 
Cefn-.M'ibly. (be rrsidenco of tbe preacal 
cbief of Ibe (hmily. 

Edward KKHftY*.ftonof Fdnaul Kemeya. 
nlio w'K* At the roni|ueat pf I. pper (iwvni. 
married Neat, daughter »nd hettru of As- 
drew dc Uepin. lord of li«Kin> ■> Uneal den- 
cendunt of Blethyu Mnynnrcb. lord of Or«t- 
roo. uml ibiis neijitirrd ttie lordklii|> of Il«^ 
);an, which fi>r rrnturie* al'irr wa* ibr prio- 
t'ipal abode uf hi* deai-enilanU. Ilia |^ai- 
grea t- g reat-g ra iidaon , 

JOSKIN KbHEYS. of Uegan. rearrtoil Crfa-> 

)oy. dauKblcr of .Morj^u a|i Llcwellrn, mad 

bad one tun and n daugbler. «ii. 

JtVAN, bis beir. 

Marfnrel. m. to Jevan a^i Morgan, 
New (Ihureh, near Cardiff, In Ae 
county of Ularoorgan. and waa ftmad- 
mothrr of 

Mnrsan WilllanM, Unti|f r«n. 
HiARY VIII. who r-#p(>a«nl iW 
aieter of Tbomna Cromwell, K^rl 
of E^BTX. nnd bad a »oo. 

Sir Kirlmnl Williinii, wka 
Aaiiimed al the dealrr -f 
|l».Mtv AMI. the •uroanar 
of bia until- ("HOUWtH, a»i| 
tbroij|;b tbe influeiite of thai 
onre jiowerfnl nUtive ob- 
Inined wealth and atatie*. 
Ilia greal-grandaon wma iW 
Lord Prulpctor Ounut 
CKOHWriU 

From Jonklt) Kraaeya' aoa Jevan fiatally 
ilepccnded 

LMviu KeHCY», eaq. of K<?vaiUDAblj, ta 
GUmnrKantliirr, who m. KalberiDO, 4Ua><if 
Sir William Bawdri|ii), and waa «nicfdi4 
by biaftun, 

KiiYK Kr.UKva, ew). of IJMTarjr. wIm 
wr^iledadHii^htrr of William Aubrtry. |}.I>. 
nnd woa fntber of 

Sir Nictiot-Aa Krucvs, of Keiaanablj, 
who rr{in-arnli-d llie county oT (tla«oe|^ 
in nnrljiimrnt, anil wna rrrnled a a*Rt*ftlT 
I3l]i May. IU43. Thta senllemAtt, mMfi- 



• A braadt aMilad ia Inlwl. «4 ft aadil tba 

(ttvanii hicUy raapactabla baaaa a/ tk» aaaw la 
iW kiafdoa, of wWit II. Kaamia, aa^. of l>«l»- 
Ita. bM capttia ia %hm O waa Jiar U aatda. mi 
M.P, torEaat Um, ia RMcriad ta Coloavl T*l 
yaifiifaai dnKhtcr. Htaiiatu- 



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h.EMEYS-TyNTE. OF HAliiEWELL AND KEVANMABLY. 185 



feMv fur Mt ftrtnlic stoturv and strvnglh, 
ity ili*iJit^tin>iiMl by hi* \f>y' 
.tKir> I. and ou the break- 

:n<)i ui tt.r civil war. hnviiig mi^ed i re- 

of ranilry, vriir in\e«U:^ with tlic 

- ' * < '.. p#tow C«»llir,wlii«:li In- gnt- 

Wa* ! A^Miiittl n rr-ry mtyrwr 

..,,.,.. ^11 i,;.,..,.h': l>ui lli.nt 

i ;, I ■,-■-- !tt- th** sicfje 
oompini'-* ol itil(tntr\', « troin of 
r\ . »i"I '«<• *«iiiHtlton» of cavalry. The 
pS* Krtnrys. honrv^r, nifli 

Iw •■ I <ir Cliiirtrn) m bis llcu' 

tr — t. Abtl •HI*- Itutidred Nnd «ixty m«ii, hptti 
Ml aad aiMie MVrnU brilliant AortiM. until, 
ihr fmrriMKi bciitK worn down with futiRue, 
thfwdi wai Ktanr. and IW brave Koreraor 
Mi Ibrly HlVfi dird in drTrnding tlic castle 
tolWIsM. Of lurb itnfKirtiinre did Croin- 
«di COaaMrr tbe i-apiurr of lht> cn^tlr of 
QapatBW, tliat p«rliiiin''»t voted tlianLs lo 
CmtmA Ewer and lii» iinny. luid ordt'n-d 
H^ M^Kt* to he i;ivni to the nic»seiiger 
*k« ■t wrt t Umt iniilligrucf. 

Sif Nithala* •■■ Jnni?, rlnuulitrr or Sir 
■>lilMrf Willtom*. knt. of Uituilihy. and 
1*4 tf M* dverjuv ■ son and lUccpMor. 

liia OikUJ:* Kkutitk. the M-cood baro- 
wLaF Kcraomably. M. F. fur (.iliioiurgan- 
. *f^l, BliiiK-ti, daii^litrr or Sir 
' iiul by bi^r h.nd no iMtif; 
.:.trrl, daiiglilrr uf Sir 
,rf, lord Dtavor of Loudon in 
, tni ni br left al fiis dcctuic a son 

fin Cimii** Knitvs, third baronet, of 
K<«— ■■Hy. wIk) repmrtilrd llu* c»nnly 
■aJWinMilli "f Mniinniitti In nrvi-nil pjirliii- 
■■Mk He ■>• Mary, relict of WiUJARi 
TliBaa. caq. of Wmror, nnd daagbtcr of 
ftttp, Coaru 1}ah'» VNiiAiiroN. by bi« 
WiaMp'a tvmd wifr Jane. doiiKhlvr and 
Mritf irtkarOeodwin.cM]. fif llpptr VViii- 
A f A a*. !• Ilw county of Uurkinetiam. and 

C«iauta, hi* brlr. 

J4ML m. to Sir John TThTB, ban. of 
ilaUrwrJI in Sftmrnrlfthirr. andbad. 
«jd» olbrr i»Mir, a ton and a iJau|;b- 
trr. *i**. 
Kt« riiABtjj Kr.«t,VH-T VVTK, ban. 
«r UalM-*<eJl. who eventually in- 
herited llie catnir* uf Otc family 
nt tCi VI t«, but dtcil *■ p. 

> I', wliti til, 1Mi)|i)r Htt>^- 

1 had a d4U|;iitFr ntid 

hnrrtm, 

JthM llanRRLL, who wrddfd 

CoIoimI Johiitlonr, and ve»* 

motitn o( tic fircMut Colo- 



nel KCMBY* - TYNTE, of 
HalM'WpII And K(>vnniimbly. 
Sir Charles d. in l7lKi, u[id wua i. by bis 
aoD, 

SiK Charles Kenky*, fourib baronet, of 
Krvanmnlily, Lnigbl of lie sbire fur Moo- 
uiiiuth in llir last parliamRtil of t^iipcn A^^B, 
and for Glamorgan in tlif twn (niccveding 
parlinroeuta. Tbia f^entlomnn wlien on bis 
trave Is was sbewii if r<*rtt Hitcution by Gtorge 
I. of Hanover, and freqaently joined U%o. 
|irivate cirt-Ie uftlii* Elector. Wlicn bis mii- 
Jenty aaci^nded ibe Britiab tbrune, hv wm 
pleased to cnqolrR why bt« old ACi(iiniulanco 
ijir Charles Kemeys bad not paid bin res- 
pcets at court, and comutHnditi); bim to n>- 
pnir In St, JatDvs's, sent liiiii a niesjini^r. thR 
»ubiilMnco of whtL-b nnx, ibnt the Kltif; 
of England lioped ibsl Sir ('barlcft Kcnieys 
recotlrt'Ied the numbrr of |iipe« be bad 
smoked with tlio ICIectur of tUiiorer in Ci>r- 
mnny. Sir Cbnrles. who bail rilired from 
parjiarneul, niid was a iitnuncb Javobite, re- 
plied that br abuuldhr proud to pay hi» duty 
At St. Jani«>»'s to llie HIrctor of Hnuover, 
but that he never bad bad the bonuiir of 
^tnoLiu); a pipe with the King of Rngland. 

Sir OJiarle^ Kemeys rf. t. p. when the ba- 
roiiploy expirvd, while liiii cxtensivv estates 
devolved on hi» nephew. Slit Cii.ihlls Ke- 
Ml'.Y<«-Tv\rF. hart, of Halsewell, al whose 
rtetnise also i5xueleft«, his [Kissevsions vested 
in his niece, Jasf. I^lASiiELl., who m. Colonel 
JiMiNsTftM", afterwards KEMfcT'i-TvNTi'.,»Dd 
was mother of the prvM'Ut Colonel Kemeyh- 
TvsTK, of Halttvwell Olid Kcvauioably. 

4mi«— Quarterly: first quarterly; Island 
4Ih, |ru. a Uou coucbani, bL-twcen six crons 
croMJetp, org.; 'iad and 3rd. vert ou a cher. 
xrg. three pheons' heads »u.: second, az. two 
bantnavyar]}. over all n hrud |;u. fur Hal5£- 
WKI.L; third, ta. a niaur-b ar^. wilhin n bur- 
dcr or, an orle of lion-ganibi* erased in sal- 
tier ru. for WiiAKTus ; fourth, ax. a wolf's 
be«a erased arg. for LiTts, Earl of Cbater. 

CrrMtt — Ifil, oil a mount verl, a unicorn 
ax. sejant, armed, crined, nnd ungiiled, or : 
3nd, iMunnt from a ducal coronet, a derni* 
grilKn, or. 

SHpfwrtm — Two griflius or, a» carved in 
various parts of llie family rcsideaue, and un 
the nncirnt pluti' and svoui. 

Atotto — Uwu-dy-IUs. 

littHlei—lu the counties of Soinerjrt. Gla- 
m»rgnn. Monmouth, Surrey, Brecon, and 
Hereford. 

SraU — llalsewell House, Soroersetsbirfl ; 
KevauuiHblv. or C4:fu Mably, Glamorgon- 
< sbirc i and ISurbill, in Surrey. 



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MOJiTGOMERY. OF GREY ABBEY. 

MONTGOMERY. HUGH, w\. of Grey Abbey, in the oounty of Down, b. at 
Florence, 2Utb June, 1931, fuccocdcfl hin father in May, 1)^31, and becime n-prv- 
MDtatlvo of th« hmncli of the house of MantgotDsry settled la tretand, and of that of 
Bniditane in ScotUnd. 



Imragr. 



B<ft^ 



\ 




TliUi* MMi^ioflofthenubleriininy ofMoni- 
gomcry,* l-Urls u( FtilintouH, ict Scutlitiid. 
(Hffer'to IIiHKc"* Ptrmtft). 

Sir ALtXANDMl M■■^ runHeHllLdcM-Pnilrd 
fmn Kogrr <lc M<inti;nmi*ric, kiriamnn o( 
tbc CtiMirFltoH, Mixl i-diiiiHAitdrr nf the van 
giinnl «l HfiAiiiiK)!), WAD riiurd to the pcrr- 
Mgi* of Scollsnd ill 1-fM-U, u l^oRb Mi>\ r- 
QovKRiK. He m. Mariiarrl, McoDd rlmi^b' 
ter of Str Thoisaj* Uuyd . of Kilmiiriiock . Nnd 
ttad a aoD, 

ALrY,tKDr.R, mBNlrr of Mnntgomrri?. 
who m ElizAlit-ch. i;l>lf«it diiuglitfr of 
Sir Adam Hvphum, of Hales, and 

• ITwr*- i* ■■ oM wiy im|>l at Or»T Ahboy, 
wnUm about tbeyaar 1696, I>t \\ iliium Mcntf^ 
m^, u( thkl plw*, mm of iW lltiti. Sit Jwwa 
MoMgoBRT. fTlTin^ W) >rr<ia«t of thi« fanily. ia 
wfakfa h* imiTfcj, " For tb« boBonr of tht natioa 

M ([•VMnl. iH tl Itr iiujWB ID nil th»t thrtw U at llu» 
day tlia utl* of a (wonla nr •»!> tit Ouf iuuu» in all 
\al^' r - ■. ",.„|. 

f" ' ■'<■ 

UliJ . i ■ ■ 1 , -., ~ ..i! (if 

Mamat U»iand>*r, in Irwlanil , llic Jib* wtmnni 
nnaattie tmlr awd (u f wiw-vf ) of uir <it)>M- 
■«F»ttfF^» in all tli» woriil." In thm uaar nanu- 
■vripl W abil^*, aUudinic tn llnnKR, ftfth Cnvnt d« 
Afontfooiary, who lad ifaa rat at tlkabatllf ofHaa- 
UH^. " III aUBu llUt, I Mw in WaiUUiMtar Ah* 
(mtv. tfci» Ho«n»'» coat nf •m- ■>>.■! .-■•(• wrinra 
tindtir It, ■■ bvu«rutor iuU>' tcoi. tlv 

WM in rank at [iWo Ida -< ' Kill (■• I 

rmiHBb»T> aRKrftc tl>« rMtinbuiura lu (h^ wUil 
bnildinj;, or lu ibp canrani ibvrMif, Wl m anno 
UiAi. I fniinii ibai Itia Ravw and =:' ' ' ilia 

nwt (Ukito furry aoUaMMn'a). *•> <xl 

a«t aa wntm^v (on a a t mn taUa U-. , ... ~.iJi a 
ntapoofe." 



died before hi« f<ithcr. in 1463. leav- 
ing tlirrr auuB nnd a daughter. *is. 
1, AirXASDra, surc<>Mor to Ut 
l>ni Mil father, a« Mfcond Lord 
Slt>iit(;onit-ric. HUaon and bdr. 
ilt'titi, third Lunl MotilRoni*- 
rif. waa rrenlrd in IMI7-9> 
Earl, if EfcHniuaa. 
3. RnaRMT. Laird of BnudataDe. 
3. Hneli, uf Htalot. 
I. Mnrinirel,!*. to Alpxaiidvr, 
Ijord Hnmr. 
Tke »rcond son at the Mnatcr of Moalgo- 
mcrir, and brother of the arcond lord. 

Kufliiitr RtloMuoMERi. olrtaiard f»r l»i« 
plitrimoiiy. front hiaftraiidfnlhpr, Al»\aiMl«r. 
liral lard,' in I4.Vi, iW lands of Braiiblaar 
and lhu« Iwcanm iu lainl. H«> wa4 *. hy 
hia aun, 

K'licar MnNToniieR\, Mcood Lurd mt 
llrald^tunr, wbo Irft a von and heir. 

Ki>Dtltt MoxruniitKt. third Laird tt 
Uriiid»tanr, whiiar* aon and ^nrrraaor, 

Adiu Mo\Tr.oiiir.itY, fourth ImtA Af 
UniidntAnr, m. the rldeat dnuKhtor of — Col- 
()uhoun. of Lkm. and H. about IMO, LearlBK 
I Wo «oua. 

I. Adau, who inhrfilr-il m lifth l^inl. 
and purrhatH-ilulkerlnnda frnm Uagb, 
Earl of BgUiitoau, m. tbe dauban- <4 
Jobii Monigofiiery, of Hwulbnda, 
and bad four son*, via. 

I. Ilii.ii (Sir), ai^tb Laird. «1m 

■rtilrd in Irclnnd, nnd ««• raiani 

In Ihr Pernor ut thai kUtetlon, 

in \ft'ti. a* N'iKnLhT Mdi^-tca- 

Mtiw.trf Ardti, ttt ibceonMy of 

llorni. He had prrti'iu»K. ii--no 

ItlOA, obtniorda . 

JfM»> l.of Ihf ih. 

O'N'rira iiTrmt irmtotY 

(iiutitira III' Dnwn and Antri 

Hia lurdahip iva» firandfnthrr 

llt'ftK, third ViM-uuiit Moniyi*- 

Rirry. who w»» creatrd, ta 

IWII. E*aLnr M'M *i *ii»- 

<i%tiiK. honour* wkkb rm- 

ptrrti Nilh 

TiiiiHa*. tJi«*af«alh EarL 
in 17M. 



i 



Nor" 

MCAU:. 

Mtly cbtld. 



tr^ Btfliwf or 



MONTGOMERY. OF GREY ABBEY. 



t«7 



Janv MoKTooHisar, wife of 
NJcliotiu, twenty third Lord 
llowib. 
3. Patrick, a colont'l in the nrmy 
i4 Pinoce. itmp. Hr.MtT IV. of 
tiiAlkin^dnm, a. nniTinrrii*il. 
•1. Jiitin,//. ill Liindijn.of llidwrnt- 
lag MciiK'iB, uuinwiii>(l.ifi \Hfiti. 
II. ROBUT. 
TW yonnirrr ton. 

RiiOKHT MiiMtinMEm, was TbDht of 
ioit> Mi'*tt.ii«i'iiT, who wpiit over lo 
Ir^Uad in tlt«> rarly yart of tli^ rcifpi of 
ITra^r JtHr.« I. Mtili hi* ci>u«in, l(ii>:li, tiixtli 
lAird of nnufUtunr. nfltmnnlB >'i>coiint 
MwiltiMlii I * . his lortlsbip haritift broui;ht 
il of hl» clan from S''olUn(l. Hint (lit-)- 
•(fM »rtll* npiiti hi» iii'H pMkIcs, nrid n^^ist 
ia ib«i ^IftBUUon of ihr roiinlry. To this 
Mn bp fiaotod Uiul» iu (ImiitliniiRli, in thit 
Art» «Mni be (John) flt^tilcd. and Imvlog 
— rrii< aa hviiwH of the t'Hmily of Slrwnrt, 
m Srodanil, w" •-'•■. i^ii'il a ntnn of opu- 
Ibmc, wbjcli • '-(luMnE his hmise 

Is W a'i:i4-k>-i! ' -, tiiinorlf. liiB nife. 

kitl - ivrre inlitunniilv miir- 

Arr I cecsprd nilh hi* son, 

H' rii, n ho bad b«cn left 

tw c. >^ to di'fnid his futh«r, 

W* i««o> ' lib woHiitl*. he livrd |o 

a«flU k^ ^ititrrlr. »l Mnjjlirrn. in 

te raaalj uT Ificrs, to uhiih he rrniorcil 
kfkar iKe atlkcL upon hi* patirniiil dHflliii^;. 
B< RWVM^Inl llir horoujiih of Newlown- 
4f4»m psrluovriit. from IK1& to UHl, iml 
IhikMir'* "■•' ' ■ * -" r in the i.'hurch of 
bnaiW 'iniiA, Itrr,ii, his 

Wr, ukI I xlrt of tli«<'xr:ii« 

•livfcn, I '. tnuried, but Irfl 

II i>(T!<:>T in thi; 

«■; . .list (hn tu(iur* 

CI la r '^'v rn|tiHtn in .Sir John 

tT""' iitt.auil afl(-rwartl« m«- 

L' Ctx>li<. il>- rfetd<>d at 
iM'd a daughter of Hie 
by wboDi Uf had toveml 
ly vm, his »iiccrs»or. 
•■»n(. nrliom. Mnry, 
ir oH'iipi.'iiu Jninrs 
in -ibr county of 
I :c lie acquirt-U a 

rty. Btid had, with 
mt 4mK ' • d. uuiunrried id 



I9<«. M 



I'oftor. 

. , cwj. an ofiici-r of 

'«ith n-piitatiou i» 

t^bariM MordaunC Um gnat 



•r TTiTIWii. miA pwa4»an »f th« Hon. 
• M-x^rc'-tOiiTT. aMiind atm of llnjib, firu 



(tarv Abut, Amadad for 
U<v<k^. \/\ Sir Jffho d* Coorry. in lh» 
■^p «r Ha*>t 11. atancl wtUiiti « C*« pafrkn* (if 



Earl of Petrrborongh. Captnin Montgo> 
tnerj' purchnitn], nhuul the ypnr 1716, the 
estate of firey Abbey, from bU kiniiman, 
Jnnirs Mont^otnefTr'.* and rebuilt the mxn- 
»ioi) hou^v. ibv former hnviii^ been burnt 
BCviO>,'ntnlly in ifmt. H'- m. lir^t. in 1719, 
Cnllirriiic, iliinghter of FranL-is HhII, eS4]> 
of Straiigford. and by bi-r (M-hn >/. in I7'£)), 
bad Edward, wbo ti. in ]72fi, and Wiujam, 
bis heir, lie ^tetld'd srcnndly. In I72.'>, 
Elicabctb. dnuRhlcr of Sninuel Hill, of ait 
aldfiiinily in B<i(.-kinghjinishtri'.who.'ieKi'"nd- 
fathpf wits Ireusur^r of Irt-lanil jn tiir limo 
of Cnn»iwr.i.i„ Bv ihifl Uily (who dit?d in 
17811). bi> had, 

ilui;h. d. uumarricd. sf^cd thirty-afx, in 

1706. 
Jauiea, in ihr revenue, d. »t Bclfait, 

unmarried, in 1790. 
Ilohcrt, ti. unmarried, aged twenty, in 

1758. 
Sainuol, licutrnant<colDncl of the I2th 

Foot, m. Mi59 Drury. sister of Adrai> 

ral Drnry, and tl. s. p, 

Mary, m. in I'-iU, (o Robert Maxwell, 
esq. of tbr county of Down, haid.t.p. 
ia n.Vj, 
Anne, m. to Jamos Dobbin, esq. ofDo- 

nAtrhndee, and tl. in 1HI2. 

Catherine, m. in 1764. lo<^*.>ori;o Mat- 

tlii'wi, of Sprin)rvale,in Ibe county of 

I>uwn. and wa*j molbcr of Msjor- 

Gviirral MHtthiws. She died in 1761. 

raplain Monti;amery d. in ITtV), am) wa.-i 

buried iu the fnmiiy vault under ihc altar in 

tlic nbbej.f lie wa!^ jr. by bis eldvit son, 

William MoNTvutienv, cvq. of Grey 
Alibry, nirmber fur HilUborou);li. in the por- 
liiinii-nl of Irrlnnd, for more than thirty 
Te.ir«. Thia gentleman m. in I7^tt, .Su«an- 
nn. dau(;hter and sole hrir of John Jolly, 
esq. of Kathmullen. in the county of Down, 
by vrbich lady (who il. in 171^). ha bod 
issue, 

I. Wiltimn, major 40tb regirarni of 
foot, killed at ibe atorminfc of Fort 
Gri.<iwald,ne»r New l<ondon, in Ame- 
rica, whik leading bis regiment to 
the breach, 8th September, I7HI. 

II. Huiiil, heir to his falbcr. 

III. John, died young. 

It. Fdward. U.'N, tl. unmarried. 
V. Francis, captain G7tb rej^imeiit, d. iu 
\mH, unm. 

1. l>orcrui, d. nnffl. in IHQ4. 
It. Catlicrine, rf. young- 
Mr. Monlyomcry d. at Hillsborougb. iu 



ih« nnuiaton houir. Thrro nrr »nVKnd huryill|f 
ranhs nailer it, IwlonirinK 'o ^>>* wi^hbimrinr 
(amlliM. It was umkI n a I'rotMtaui ehvrob 
Ufltil til* tBttr-r Mil of ihr Invt cviitury, wbta 1L9 
prBMftt church wasbullL 



IH 



SAMPSON. OF HKNBURT. 



NovrmWr, I7EN>, wnt buried in th« ramily 
vaull »l Grcj Ahbey, anil i. by hb cidcsi 
surfivin^ ftoti, 

VUc.u MoNTfloMriiT, of Grry Abbfv, a 
clcrf;vniiui of tlie fffltabluhcil church. TbU 
Kcnilrnim n-eulcd conBtaittly at titc H))bey. 
tnadr confi'Irmble improvniirnlstbof. and 
rslrndrtl bis landed |iuii»rs»iuii« by (nirvbaso. 
Hf ra. in \7»i. Ibr Hon. Emilin Wurd. 
}our)g«'el daugbter of Il(?niard. (irsi Ac- 
count fJanRor (by bia wifo. LAily Anne 
Blijfb.i dauRbtcrof Jubii, Earlof I>arnl«y), 
and had isAUP. 

I. AViu.t in. bia <«r<-rMOT'. 

II. Hiif^b-lliTHHrd, i-Hplnin in tht; Htd 
(luardi, ffi-rvrd in ib^ Ppniimular wiir, 
wai acvcroU wounded iu llie \fg, 
131b UecvmWr. IKM. near SlJran d« 
Lux, and a)tain at Waterloo, of whicb 
latter wound he iicvrr rrcorrrni. He 
rf. in I<ondon, 2nd Mny, IH17. 

III. Edward, In holy orders, ret-tor of 
PorUferry, and chanctrllor of (lie 
djoceac of Down. d. unmarried in 
1H26. 

IV. Aribur-Hill. *eltled at Tyn-IIa. in 
the roiritly of Down, m. in M<«y, IH36, 
Matilda-Anne, tliird dau^blt-r of llir 
llonoumbic TboinAS Parker, and haa, 

HaRh-ParLcr. h. in September, 

Amrlin-Flienbetb. 

V. Iternaril-Wnrd, H. >o(iiig, in IMtS. 

VI. Kobert-Mfiidr. r/. young:, >n IMIl. 

VII. J«jliH-<.'barl'-». bi*rrwier-at-l«w. 

VIII. Cbnrleg-Uctavitu, eapUiu io the 
4&th ref^iment. 

IX. Oeorge- A'innMa»-Fr*derick.-San- 
dya, lit^utrnanl R. N. f/. in Smyrna, 

t LkDT AnwK Ilunu wu llntl mBrrifd to Rubart 
HawkiiM MifplI, e4(|. a( (.iill lliUI, lu ibe county 
of Down, b* wlkoin Mbe had an only duiKbt«r, 
TitijatKMi* M>ntii, who inherited all' her (iithn-'a 
gnai MtatN, aod waa marnad to Rkhanl H«ad«, 
irat EiH ef ClaiwiUina. ^nrndAdM of tba pfv 
aMt l>:wl. 



SAMPSON, OF UENBURV. 

SAMPSON. EDWARD. tH]. of Henbary, in the countT of GloorMter, h. l.^tli 
August, 1773, m. Sliii NoremWr, 1H07, Joanoa, Toimg:eft ditigliUr of Georg* D»a. 
beny, wq, aenior klderman of the city of hrialnl, and baa had laatip, 

Edwamd. &. I^ih May. l^tO. M.A. nf Bnlliol College, Uxfofd, in tbe mwii^OB af 
tba peace for the coiiiiiy ordlnureslrr. 

Mary-Joaona, b. ISib October, I80S. rf. Ktth /itne. \ii24. 
Mr. Sunftaon aucreeded to the e«iAt«a at tbf deceaae of bU elder brother, John Saaip- 
•oo, caq, who diod unnuu-ried I'Jth July, 1830. Ha i« k lUftatnM for " 
•htra. 



of the smalt pox, iHlh March, ltt37, 
ai;rd fiinrleen. 

I. Anne-Calherine. if. uiim. a^d acTen- 
teen, in iHOa. 

II. Emilia-UeorKiaa-SuMnna. m. in 
February. 1H17, (o Jafnn Milea 
Rcilly.barristpr-Kt'liiw, yiMingrvtaoo 
of Jnliii Reilly, raq. of Scarvagb, in 
the I'oiintv of r>own, and haa, 

John iteillv, i. in November, 1817. 

Jamea-Milei Krilly. t. in Feb- 
ruary. ItKU. 

Francia-Savap; Reilly, i. in Feb- 
ruary. I*ri5. 

Moyitra Reilly, &. in Janaary, \I92S. 

Hii|[h-Artbur Reillv, b. iu May, 
1828. 

EmiIiB-Maria*Catbertac. 

Jane-Hevler. 

Tbeodoaia- Horn itt. 
Mr. MontRomery rf. nt Grrv .\hbey, 30lk 
March, INI5. and waa*. by bia eldest ami, 

WiLLUM MowTnouKnY, eii). of Oref 
Abbey, who m-ddi-d at UnisKla. in March, 
IHI7, .Anii^lin-Eliuibt-lh. second dauxbtrrof 
the Honourablr Th'jniaii Pnrkrr, «<M:DDd aoa 
of Tboraas, third Karl of Marolralit-ld. Mr. 
MonlRomcrv served the oKca of ibrrilTfor 
(be county of Down, in l«3*. He d. la 
Dublin. .3rd May. 1831. waa iuirmd in the 
family fault nt tin-y Abbi-v and tucrredrd 
by bis only t-bild, (be pn-ai'nl Hi«iH MoftT- 
GOMLRY, esq. of (frey Abbey. 

./Iniw— Quarterly. IsiHitd -{(b.asnrv.ikrra 
flenr8dr-ty». or. for Mn> Tenia VKT ; 3ndaMl 
3rd, pilra. three annuleu iir. |;rtniBeil aaarw 
for Cr.llxroi-|it ; all witbtn a bonlare nr, 
cburfced wiib a double trcpanre llory,ro«i»- 
ter-Oory. pilea : on a surcoat, a swutd «a4 
S4:r|itre. aaltvrwise, ppr. 

C'rrrf— On a MTt'alb.ontof a C4pornui»- 
tenance, an arm in armour erect grBa|ila| a 
sword. 

/Criairj — In the county of X>owb. 

Srnt — Urry Abbry, in tlM eonaty of 
Down. 



*^ 



SAMPSON. OF HENBURT. 



189 



lUncagr. 



^4^ 

^ 'f^^ 



imn 94MNAX. IMni: in (tir lime of 
luCAVEtll. m» spiivani tiv vufiy uf a lourl 
mD, datrd ta liT-l. vtu, r»lli«r of 

Jdmk S<iHrM>N, whniie wife'ii cliriitliim 
■M» «*■ Joan, and wbo had one coo tiid 
['fn J—Klifiiii, riz. 

EawuUt. hii buir. 

Mmrr, OK. to Jolin Elton. 
1. m. to Jolin Wuborow. 
larsuTt. d. untniirrird. 
litnbrth, ■. (u Roborc Bp'e. 
Rlitabnlb, M. lA John Wbitcini;. 
TWmb. 

EbmarO K«1IP»o«(. rw). A. al Hrntiiirv, 
TA iotT, I.V«3, M. 1ft Sipl. I6D7, Mnr'v. 
4h«' Rev. fliil(jh Crei-n, of O'l- 

•*fl<'>- .•unt}' of Gloucester, and bad 




E4«rmnl. d. 37ih Docfmbrr. 101 1. 

r ih(t civs] war*, in action 

■•'■f. 
iwii^. ucir lo un fnlher. 

Hwjr, *. afth NoTvmhcr. 1610. m, to 
Mm Browning, of Durtl«y. 
iMt. Saarpaea wu «. by hi* only nirrivtng 

JflUa ^iar*nit, Mq. i. in January. IA18, 

■. ra 1*17. Mart' t tr^r of John Bur- 

•nb*. r»^. of ■ ' ry, in cIir coonty 

rfC W a w aapf, Bii'i iiji-i i»ti fibildrrn, rix. 

ietni.«lKtrf:aba<:belor,&<bMay. 1074. 

tW yaaofKr«ad only rarviTinK ton. 

b- 'rv^y. e»»|. wlio purL-hiifrd 

Bl» ■ ■ rrr, in tin; \p»t I0i7. wp<t- 

44 i.-<i iJ.;l^ IttSA, ^T " . U (Irtii^liirr 

CM Wif>PW of Fdvar >). uf Dod- 

^ **. k IW ecninty of 1.,.^^^^ •.. j-, and ti ad a 

E 



daughter, Mnrihn, nlio dipt) unmarried, and 
an only ton, liis iiucvf^iKkr, 

Jnjiv S4HrMi\, e»q. of Henbury. This 
Rrnllnnan n. Mary, fld«»t daugliler of 
Nicliolns Hii-ks. esq. an alderman of 1I10 
cit) of Bri«(ol. and tind imue. 

John, k. 2atU AugosI, 17)1, it. in Jane. 

\7i9. 
£ow«RD, heir to hia father, b. 9th July, 
173U. 

Mary, b. 3rd June, 1727. d. in 1740. 
Mr. Sampson, who was slieriff of Ciluucos- 
tersLire in 17^. was m. at bis decease by hU 
onlv siirriring son, 

Knu-tRD StMKoN'. Mt\. of H(>nbury, who 
rn. 3lii| May, 1768, Mary, daugbtffr of 
Thomas Brown, esq. of Salpertou, in the 
county of (jloucesler, and had issue, 
John, his heir. 
Eow4itD. heir (n bia brotbrr. 

Mary, H, 7th Mav, 1821. ) 
Calheiine. rf. 271I1 Jan. 1813.5"°™- 
Mr. .SnmpKon wrvcd Uit* office of sherifl'for 
ftloucestf^rflbin' in 1778. H« was t. at Itis 
decease by bt* elder Mn, 

JoHH SjilPsnN.osq. of ilrnbnry, wbodicd 
unmarried IQth J»Iy. 1830, and' wa.i >. by 
hia only brotluT. the present Edward Samp- 
son, ewj. of Hc-Dbnry. 

Armt — Ar;. a rroaa moline ga. between 
four Mcallop shells sa. 

(*re$t — A dragon's head erased, collared 
orv. 
ll/iK/o— Pejus letbo flagitinra. 
Ettatet — In theconntie-ioftiloncester and 
Somerset, tbe greater part in the former. 
where the family mansion stands, surrounded 
by twelve hundred acren. called HtvDCKY 
AliOKl-ttr. wliirb vsialv dt-rived its nnnie 
from JnitK Ai'OFi.crT, and pnsocd ihuK ; 
JoH** ArnKirTT, leftau only daughter 

and beircM, 
EuzjtBirrH Ai'DCLerr, vbo «n. Richard 
BeLe, and leftndRughlernnd betresa. 
AtiNPs Bekk. m. to — E4liiiond«, and 

lirft a son, 
EnwAitn RpHOKD*!. of lIcDbury. whoss 

dnuj^hh-r nod heiress. 
Annc EDM'ivph, HI. Wlllinm Di^gs, of 
MarlboroHgb. Wilu. and the eittato 
was sold by ber detu-eudant. Dicci, 
in IftW, to 
F.DHftKP SjiMPSON, 
4.*eff(— HiiKBl'Rlf, Gloucestershire. 



190 



FORDE, OF SEAFORDE. 

FORDE, MATIIEW, Mq. ofSc«fonle. in the rminty of Down, and of Cool^rpsnyT 
In the conotj of Wexford, b. ia 17(45, purceeded ht« fnthi-r lo lSl'2. m. finit. in 18M. 
Mary-Annv. only child of Frmncb Sara^, Mq. of Holl^-inoaot and ArdkrvD, m iha 
count}' of Dnwii, bj Jane Crnwfordo, liis wife: and MS'andly, in IK'^f), Ijuly Hsurvti 
Sarafre, third daughter of Henrj-Thomis Butler, ■erond Earl of Carrick. and widow of 
Fnucia Sara}^, e*q. 

Colonel Forde !• cotuael of the Royal North Downithirp militta, a mngntmta and 
dtpoty- lieutenant of the county of Dnw-n, whirh county he repreaented in parliamrBt 
fnMn 1821 to 1826, and lerved the office of sheriff in the year 1820. 

>f . p. for the county of Wexford, from 16BA 

111 I7IS: h»- ranrrietl* Mancnret, ^oaU];e»4 

dauphtt-r of Sirlieorni* HntnilUMi, wirl. ( " 

foarlti Hon of JAlu^«. tiral Carl of Abt-ti 

— . y" by Mary Unllcr hi* wife, daughter of 

tf^^ / mas Lord Tburirs, and ^islrr of James. flr*.i 

^^f Dake of Ormond. Mr. l-'ordr Irft at bta d*** 

r««»e in I7(J0. wiili two dangblerA. tlii.- eldest 

of wlioni, LtH-y, nt. in ItlMJ, 8tr UiiirnMw 

Esmond'-, iMrl. of BftllvDt-Kier. and iIm* 

younger, Jnne, Joba Walah, of Sbanganai[li, 

an only von and heir, 

Mather Ford, km\. of Coolxnaay. who 
removrd from Wexfun) to hi» rslairt is thr 
eoanly of Down, and built ihenun^nn-lMaM 
and vitla{[e at Ne»<j) r . r I'IuukIi) t,inv9 
raJtedHeaforde.w!" •'iitlaata hnr» 

fiocc uninterru)il( ti. . i, br M'rveU Ib 

pniliamfiit front I'tKI t» 1713. for the Iw- 
roagbul Pownpnirirk. and mnrrixt in ItVg, 
Aiinr, (latigliUT rif William I of 

Lnrgaii, and bad Ihre* imii>' t^m 

daughter!, 

I. Mathkw, hit hair. 
It. Francb, a colonrl in iImt arair, wIh> 
was eoDvpicuiMi* in Liinl <!litr'e wan 
in India, wbrn- br ri'aliz<-<l a mo- 
atderabie furrunr. and on Ua relar* 
to lr«Un«l purchaaed the lau af 
Jobauown, in iha couaiy of Hratfu 
He M. ill IT2H, Martha fleorip', wi- 
dow : he wa* lost at pea oa bis way to 
Indin, wliithrr he waa a arewod luae 
ttrrK-rrdltix «» a mmmiaaiaaer ttom 
the Eait India (.'ooiiiaay, aul 
a aou and three daugbtnra: 
cendanu are still sealKt at 
tuwn , 
111. Arthur, In holy tirders. r«et»r tf 
Lur|[au, died in I7R7, Iraiing arrvfml 
cbildrrn bv Alic*', l-i^ •*if'^. 

I. iaue, M. Jolui It. ' laharipe 
in th*- county ol t' la ITVl. 

II. Lrtiiin. m. m Mr n.i*n 

III. Margarrl, died unmarri*^] in ITTS^ 



The Fordea or Ffordes of Seaforde. origi- 
nally from the principaliiy of Wales, were 
for seer ral genera lions sealed at C'oolgreaa) , 
tn the county of Wesfonl. 

NuHiiLW F<iMnr.. tjfCoolgrrany. wbodird 
In 1005. m. t'alherine Whik', and left five 
aoiis, 

Clcnent, «. Margaret, daagblar of 

, and died ». p. in 1617. 

MjtfHLU. beir lo his father. 

Cbristn)tbvr, IB. Margaret . 

Francis, 
Lacaa. 
Mathiw Fordr, of Dublin, the aecoitd 
■on *iicee<-dc<l to the estates, and obtained n 
grant of part of Kinetearty. alias M'Car- 
tans L'uuoly, in tbr c<ninly of Down, fnim 
Thomas CrtimncU Tiaron Lecalr. by drrd, 
dated 33nd Jauv, Ilia? ; be aal in the Irish 
tloose of C'onimona in lfU2. aud died before 
the year 1667. leading liis only »on, 

NicMoL4» FoRDb, n{ KilljlcMgh, in the 
county of Down, his heir and sun-rAsor at 
Coolgreany, wlio n. KlijuilK-lli, d.-iii2btrr af 
Sir Adam Loftus, of Italhrarnhum, knL 
(which lady neddrd. secundly, John Mil*- 
cbamp. es<i.) Mr. Forde »s* aucceeded at 
bis death by bis only son. 

M«TiiFW ForDB, of OcKili;reany. wbo waa 



* " La Bdb UBmUifla." tka «akliru«l Cttm- 
taaa da Gtansnoat. wm uatarof Jkln. Fovda, htaag 
tha aldsal daufkier nf Sir (taur^ Hwmltnn. 
H'llpole awmioBa Um (wrttaiu (geifUub) of M. 



Couu il* OnBUBoul and Totini Aatbowr Ha- 
Mtilum hnsff M Caol|;i««)« ^ thM* [nwaaaa as* 
nnw at 8nfc r d a, wbm ira shn the mMate tf 
iJKly iMomim sod bar hrodaw. Msltiaa I^«l 



FORDE, OF 3EAF0RDE, 



191 



■Mr. P»rde diffU to 1739, and wu succoeiled 

'M&rHr.w Puiar, esq. or Scafenle utd 
C«al(rrBii}-, wlin WM nMurnrd (o pflrlinmcot 
n IT&I fur Ihr bornu^h of Biiri^'ir, tir m. 
)■ I?""! "• tiait, iIaukNicf wf JiiKii (ini- 
.. ill llic couuty uf IMeatIt, nuA 

)l4Tiir«. Iiji Bticcevaor. 
. Juho, a miuur itt tbtr nrtny, in, in 
1701, IkiiliflU, ri;li(-l uf ttcbr:^c Ma- 
tb^n.itf Ttiumn&towii.in tlio comity uf 
Tip(*«Tnry, dauglilff of William 
HrtiwnloH', orLurx»i),by Lady Kllza- 
Wlh, bb nif*-, diiuKliter of JaiuM 
Haniliua, siktli Hurl of Abcrcoriu 
Mrm. Forde sitrvifcd hrr t^cooA has- 
WmI Mfoir yntri.nrtil i|i<-d in Mt-rriun 
8i|«Brr, Duldiu, iu lttl.% wilhoal 

HI. WaUAm. 

IV. Ednrd. »r(llpd nt Livrrpool. 

» •—'--" ■ •'■' ■ officer. 

..id. 

, : 1 :tl Uw. 

rity, m. KrAflci* Prictr, of Snittl- 
I, in Uic county ol EViwii, 
U. Aotm, Buu-ricd John Gilmon, of 

I>ublin. 
in. Eliubrlli, ra. Jnmi**, Mn of Artbar 

F«f'*", r-Tlnr of Llir^Nll. 
Ml. Vmtd' !ly, Jane, relict of Sit 

TmaAy \ - lu'cd in 17W>, wheu be 

BM aBarrcdt t] bj Lu i-|dr»l too, 

lliTiti><i F'tNb. «iu), of St ilofd and Cool- 
Cmaj. mho t* < I lur tbc bormigli 

4Ihmnp«lrM-l jiarli-tuir-iils. lie 

».ia 17^ Elu«..- .... ..^u^ltiLT of TlioniAM 

bac, of Ovaraiinuii, ;tiiil iistrr ufTbumu, 
[ yitroiiiil NortliUiid, Jiud b^d tuue, 
knuM. hi* Uri/. 

«bo dird unmftrried, 
Ctinlyth, H- ill l7H.'i, TbomnA Duiig- 
lu»,n<].of Urso*? Il«ll. in iIk" comity 
of l>oMn. 
J«a», m. ia ITIM, to John Cbriitopbcr 
I^MunM, of Hyda I'trk. iu tli« 
eaancy of \V««ford. 
Cavity . m. In ITVA, to WilUnm Brnivii- 
W«. «f I<ur|[nn, M. P. fur liic cuuii(y 
•f Amaclt- 
Ir. Fteilr, dird in 1786, »nd wuiucccsdnt 

JUnuw FoHDl, rM|. of i>e«fordo and 
Ca|M«ay. wbo rvbaill Uic manAiun »l 
li^m4^*od MtTril M tii;i:ti •tit-rilf lor iIik 
»f rt.nit Ml IWU. lie Ml. in KN'J, 
: lUKbtrr of tJii* Kigbt 
V iilow, of Lnrpit. M . P. 
%riftv Bmmtj ni Anaacb, uid tiy bvr. wliu 

M ti l*P<.'hvl Wlt»-. 

.«, in holy order*. 
rtcUtt at XutxahuU in lii« cotniiy of 
P wV Mk iB 1*12, TbrtKlocia, iccood 



daughter of Thoimui Douglau, of 
Urace Hall, and baa issur. 

1. MatUicw-Tliomas, comet 3rd 
Dragoon Guards. 

2. Winiani-Urownloff. 
J. FrAiide-S«»»gr. 

4. Cliarle«-Arfliur. 
6. Tbumiu- Douglas. 

1. Svliim-Cbahlv. 

2. Eltuilwtli-Tlicodocia-Calherine. 
-1. Harris I. 

in. Thotnaa-Artbur, forracrly assisbiBt 
bitrrUtfr of the county of Down and 
county of Kuflcoramou, m. in 1BI4, 
Loiiiw, tenth daufthtcr of Micliarl 
Head, of Deny, in the couuty of 
Tip|>^rar>. and bna issue, 
1. Tbo'mft9-Hp«d. 

3. Matthew- Illtgh. 

3. M en r>-- Charles. 

4. John-Ve8«y, 

6. Arthur-Knox. 

fi. Francis- CI nyton-Octams. 

7. Frederick'Augiislus-Priltlr. 

1. Calherine-Margnn*!. 

2. Fninrua-Miiry-Annt*. 

IV. Arthur, wbo m. Scliiia, daughter of 
Williiini lilundell, and died in IndiA 
iu I8JH, Icnring, 

I. Malhew-Williani. 

3. Arthur. 

3. William, dird young. 

V. Pranci^-CliHilM. ca))tain in the 
Royal Scots Urey*. 

I. Aiiiii?, Ml. firttt, iu I tl 16. Francis Hoej, 
of Dungaiisiown, in ibo county of 
Wicklow, by wboin, tvlio died in 
I8IH, sb« has two daogbtcrs, Cathe- 
rire and Franceft-Hoey. She m. ae- 
condty. in 1H26, Ciipmin George 
King, of Ibc Royal Navy, and by 
him has liuothcr daughter, (Jvorgina 
King. 

II. IsabcUa-Janc-Octavia, m. in 1821, 
CUyton Bayly, of Norelaiida. in the 
counly ofkilLonny. 

Mr. Fonlf •». BccoHdly, in IHll, Sophia, 
daMBhli-r of Ihf Very ll'-v. .St^■\¥U^t I)lai.'kcr. 
of (tarrk'k, Dran of Lriglilin, hut br btr 
(who wedded, ftrcondU, in IHIH, William 
Steivart Hamilton, of lirown lliill, and died 
in MOa,) hv had no imuc. Hv died in isl*^, 
and was succeeded by his vldesl »on, the 
|irewtit VIatiiiik Fordb, esq. of Seaforda 
and Coolgreany. 

Ainu — Ax. two Baoochva or. chained with 
three rosi-9 in fessc, the ceolre rosv gold, 
the two exterior (on the (launches) gu, be- 
tween two innrtlrls of the second. 

CitMt — A martlet or. 

iVoiro—lncurrupu fides uuda que verltns. 

Eaiutti ■ — In the couniira of Down and 
Wex.rord. 

Jff4i(— Lea ford, Downshire. 



1M 



DRAKE, OF DRAKERATH. 

DRAKE, CHRISTOPiiKK. mk). of Romtown. in tbecouotjof Meath. rapraamuure 
of tba uicionl fmuiliei of Dnkratown nnd Drik«raih. 6. 
4th June. I7D0. m. fint. in Septcrabcr. 1816, Mtry-AoM. 
diuglitf>r of Nicholut Ganoon, e*q. of Ballvboy, id the mum 
couutjr, and bjr that liuly (deccsMd) had a ton and daughter, 
viz. 

CoLt'HBLS-pATRICK, &. in 1818. 

Anne- M una. 
He weddcl secondly, la 18^1, Mafy.cldtat daii|;ihtor of 
late Alexander SoraetB. esq. and has iasuo of (hat 
riage. 

Chrbloiihf r-Somer*. A. 17th Frbniarr, Ift33. 

Alex a ii(t<>r- Joseph, &. 17th October. ISM. 

CharW-Wllliam. b. Bth April. 1827. 

Calbcrinr-rrciliii. 

Marr-Eliubrih. 

Franccs< J oec phi ne . 

Mr. Drake succeeded hi« father, Uie late Columbui Drake, etq. 



linraot. 



Tfali faintly, and that orSlnrdelaet, (vol. 
I. pa^ 600) derive from a common proKc- 
tiitor, hut the srttleineiit in Irflitiid miut 
bar* taken pUcc nl a remott' period, for we 
fiod the " Drnkr uf Dmkrmlh" a dislin- 
|(uif>lied pt-Dkin In llir nonaU u( tlinl kin]*- 
aODi tltrou^boul th(> turhtilrnt And lyraniiii: 
rule of the TinoKH nnd the .STi-,t[trs, tbr 
Mui|caioar)-dr<tpotisijiorCn<>HWELt. and tbc 
coofiKating rvifp ofWrLLUM. 

Tbe mnittioD of DR«KFR«rM was situated 
in the haroiiy of KrlU, in the counly of 
Mrnth. (ivhfre the ruiiM alill r^reain,) and 
was t-rrtlrd by a niember of thr family of 
Dk&ke of Ahhe,* Io Die county of IJown, 
who acquired Uritr cstatcf in thai part of 
Ireland, and srlllrd thr-re. Tlinsv fslntn 
rontinard i«-alrd in his dcAcrndnnls nulil tbr 
rfhrllion •}{ IfHI. when ibfV wrn- furfeitcd, 
but a ttmall piirtiVm wan ■uhik>'i)ii<^nily n%- 
torrd hy ihr court of claicns in the becinnin^ 
of CiiiiiLFJ II,'* rrtpn- * cndet of the fa- 
mily. Captnlii fftrr Dnikc. a vildirr of for- 
tune, wh'j fiillowrd l}if warn lbruut(h all the 
fields of Eur«'ipo in the brginnhif; of tlir Iasi 
rpiilury. puhliiihrd a vrry amuMn); driail a( 
lilt adveiilurcs. whirh hr* bt-gins nlih (he 
aitiiaiiuii of his bouu* at the iini<* of ihc Itr- 
volullon. " I was horn (ht aays) I3lh Uc- 
lohcr, I<F71. My father'* oame waaGeorsr. 
he wiiH ridrsi son of William Drake, of 
Ilnkf-mth. ind marrifd Clicabr-lh, rldrat 
dauj^itrr of Ptitrtck Stanley, es<). of Marls- 
town, ill th<> county of t^utli. and niece of 
John Slank'T. <'K|. ol Finii<-r. near Slnnr, in 
Mealh. The fnmtly rt-nmiii''"] in (ir»t-ralilo 
pOMeasion uf tbc estulc frum their first arri- 

* l^ran wbbh slao iba DatiM at %utm»wiom. 



val until the war of 1641, when with mi 
more ihey forfeited, and were driven tn stitfl 
fortheiuseUes. At the be;iinninjcor('iiAHu:s 
11. 's rei|[n. Ibrrr Maj a c«>url of clainia art 
on foot, by which a few of the prophstgci 
n-i>re rr-ftloffd, and my father was of lk> 
number. He beramr, bnwrvrr, poa«e«a»d 
only of a pan. and was at the nr of bdlf 
ri'stored to the whole, when an order casM 
from (he king to disaoWe (be eoart, ao thai 
an end fnr ibal lime was put to Ui bojpM. 
My father had somr timf hefi>rr this with 
bis famil%' sollli^l in thf ronntv of Kildarv, 
bavJBfruVensoiDe lands from '\Vllltaa, Lar^ 
Jliinipin. (to whom hr had the bononrof W- 
inr rrlalcd.) at Kildmuithrt. whrre hr baitt 
a linndMimr seat. Hrrr he miilinqrd vald 
thr Revolution, when hi^ afTain Infth a «r« 
turn. Some time befure. or ahuut the b«» 
Rinnjni; of the troublri. Lord DuHffan waa 
rn-al'Ml Karl of Umerirk. and if I rrmeiBbfT 
rialilly. roitiiimied gorrrntir of tliai ckttl 
Ihllher )ii» lonUhip rrimirril, tjakinfc Ml n- 
iber with hira. Mhitm hr soon a f^rr promoted. 
He was appoitiied one of the oommiaaioa^TB 
of tbe cii»l<ims. and chief eonptreller of llw 
mint. Aa soon aa Kin^ Jame-s came to 
llnblin, and called N par1tAin''n(, my fatWr 
na^ |iul into the cnmnn* 
tbe (-nunly urKildtre, ■ 

a candidate f<ir the bomii^ii ^J| N.i<itii ||v 
was at the s-ime time re»tore<i tit the remata* 
der of hill e>Iatr» : afler whi. ' ' - * meA 
la Limerirk lo fnlAII his olh !• 

June, KAMI, Itr euitie l» i-* \a4 

■ritir his alfuirs: hut i iiW 

oflhe lloynf <x.l,i.l. 1. ialy, 

followinf;) ' 
to more oS >■ ■ i 'nek*! 



^db 



DRAKE, OF DRAKERATH. 



m 



' Mj luc but OBf day ifter the buttle to inter 
l«nl l>Dti£.tn. oiiW Mjn li> tlitf F.nrl of Li- 
•crirL. wlio «A« ittAt iliij' kilU-il (jy a can- 
Mn ImJI. koA brought to Cttstlfiown, llie 
tsri. fai# f:alh<'r'a Brat. Tbis ni<?laiicboly 
•flUr bcin}c at lo ffnil. ibe next (I.iy we §vi 
Mrward ran our jounirv. .Kttiving »t Li- 
■firk. w* roiind nil "hAndi employefl in 
f*fai<tef> lb* old. and ttirowini^ up new 
*wk» for lb* di-frnre of ihp plnce, wbich 
«■ after he«ir(^d ; iljr particulars of 
ftm so well Lnonii Already, llinl j( 
be nccdlcM lo descend to minute 

Frooi Ibe IrMi record* ft iippeir> tliat in 
^9lb of RtiiURIt II,. the Kiiin tfonci'ded 
h KicH4KU Pft4lkK, of I>rske3ln»n, the 
*fc» af bif;b>berifrofttM* eounlv of Meath ; 
imt that, iu dir Dib of tienrr V., tbt- same 
«pofBlarDt waa snintrd to Jobn Ilnke, of 
ank^mamm. lo be held during ple.-uiiire. 
Xmam t tkr other early nncratr^ of tbe f«- 
•Bt, CAUmSiv. #ittcr and beiresa of Ni- 
CMa* Drake, of Ur^rnilh. mnrrird Ricb- 
Wi MofmL. 'JqiI barou of I>rl*iii. tiring in 
lOi; aBtJ about ttiir Nanif prrifHl, Sir Cbria- 
^ f ^ T Bamrwall. of CricJtfiuwn. lord high 
freaasrer of frrl(»nd. nijirried Matilda, daa. 
«f A» tWn Drake i>r Drakt-nitb.* 

tW tMrnediale progenitor of the famlty 
before ■». 

CoitBBva I>aAKE. MM], of Dmkeralh. in 
Masdb, BOB of Patrirk I>nike. esq.. wh» 
ban (tt !«7<>, And married in 17t>a. Anne, 
•h ' ' of — JeniietT. e»q, of Old- 

^■* . oMonty of Louth, who waa 

Am al t3ie Ultlr of the Bayne in I1HH, lo- 
rvlth all hi* aooa exrcpt the younK<;y|, 



« 



> with til* bnnrl) of the fanii- 

Jp Inbnd.touhahad in kirh re^infeihe 

* Deron.ofwliich. 

tba liAnyv, lh» 

>ioi«a. 



(bha^ «tf Aaftv. la the CMwty of 
« «Mw4 «• tba befbalait of 
Ai*« af Onhanih. »<«■ • Bei« 



t thru in infiincy. This child and bis sUlcr, 
afterwards Mrs. T>rnkr. were snve^l in a 
sini;u1nr mnnnrr, by » riiilhfiil ftiTvnnl. who 
at-oreted tJiein in ba»ket«, am) thn« conveyed 
ibem aeroaa tlie river after the contftct. 
Mr. Drake left at bis dcceue, with three 
daugbtera. ('the eldest m. to William Cruiae, 
eaq. of Mydoni»*h ; tbe second to — Curtis. 
e»q. of Mount Hnnover ; and the third, who 
d. unni.) a Mm nnd 8uccet»or, 

Patrick 1)h\kf., eAi]. of Drakernth, b. in 
171^ who m. in 1747, Francca, third ilnugb- 
ter of Jami'8 O'Reilly. e»c|. orHuriatuwit, in 
the ix)unty of Meath, nnd had two looa and 
three daut^hters. riz. 
CnLiiuBt'», his heir. 

George, h. iii 1760, m. in 1790, Emily, 
dniight^r of — O'Reilly, caq. of Dun- 
bike, in the county of Wicktow, 
CathtTine, ni. in 1768. to George Dow- 

dall, e6(|. of Cauaeatowii. 
Kliznhcil), m. lo Anl)i<iny Browne, es<j. 
Anne, b. in l7dA, d. unmarried. 
The ilder son, 

Coi-t'tmrs DiiAKlt, eaq. of Rori.4ton'n, b. 
in I7.V), wedded 13th October, 1777. Anne. 
only daughter of Christopher Barnewall. 
esq. of FyanatowD CaaUv. iu Mi.'»lb, and 
had iaane. 

Patuick. b. in 1789. li. in 18(11. 
CMRlKTOPllKtl.aticvrssor tn bis father. 
Cecilia, m. in 1790, to Jnmea Archbold 
O'Reilly, e«]. of Dunbtke, in tbe 
county of Wicklow. 
Fraucea, d. unmarried in 17VI&. 
Anne. 
Mr. Drake wrh r. at hia decease by hia only 
Niinriring eon. the prenent CntitsTopiiCK 
l>KAKP., eu). of Rorialown. 

Antu — Arg. a wivera, winKi displayed 
and tail nowcd, gu, 
t'rrjTt— A wiveni aa in Uie ama. 
£'*(a(rr— In Meitth. 
Seal — Ruriatown. ticnrTrim. 



FRAM?>TON, OF MOUETON. 

nLlMPTOS, JAMK^, 9M\. of iMurcton. iu the county of Dorset, b. 4th Svptembfir. 
17^{)^ lieutenanl-rn[oiii>l cominnodnnt of llio Durwt K^- 
meni of yeomanry cavalry, m. September Olh, 17J>H, the 
L*dy Harriot Straopwaya, third dau^i^tcr of Henry-Tho- 
naa. avcond Barl of Ilcheater, and has had issue. 

I. Janea. 4. IHth March. IftfTZ, d. 9tb May. IHIK. 

II. HvMiv. A, 7ih May, 1M>I. m. in May, 1M33. Cbar- 
totte. dnuifhfer of Robert Hlencowr-. e»q. nrHuyea, in 
the cniinly of Middlesex, and baa a dnughler, 

U<niiwi-Marv. 
ni. William-Charlton, b. llh June. IHII. 
I- llarrininenr^iaiti.ni. '^NlhOLtuhrr. Ih.W. io Wiltinin, 
only Hon of Francis Muudy. eaq. of Markrntoo, in the 
coonly of Derby, mid M.'p. for that county. 
M. l<miiaa-Chiir1o(tc. 
Colonel FnmptoD aerve<] aa high Blwriff for Uia counter of 
Ooraetio 1793. 




194 



FRAMPTON. OF MORETON. 



lintagr. 



Joiiw DC Fhampton wurelum«il io«er«c 
in parlinnipnt for thr boruugli of DorclKit- 
tlT, 31 Rdwaril III. Hr Unuppwrd lohnvr 
hid two tonii, namely, John de rramptoii, 
(who wu rftarnrU ia parliam«nl u a bur- 
gf-t» for the borough of WryTQoaih, 13&.> 
and I3(M); for Dorcbc^trr, I3d7 and 1302: 
and Its knichi of llii- »tiirr for tlir county of 
DorAin, I.t7-i unit 1:1HI). nnd st-vms to linve 
been the father of Sir Henry Fmiiipton.who 
was M.P. for Mekonibe'RcKis >n 13W>t 
1383. and 138-1, and d. i. p.) and 

WnLTtR DE FimirroN. who wan M.P. 
for Ihr boruUKh of Mrk-ombe Ke^ ID 13A7, 
IMS, •»<) IKW. He WHS lord of tin- mnnor, 
and pt»*rt»or uf t\tc ntlri^wnon of Buckland 
Kjpf r*. an ettale adj.-ic<>t)t In Ihi- tunnt of 
W'eynioutit and Mi-U'Otnbe Iteein, in the 
county of l>orM<t, And actiturcd the mnnor 
and estate of Moretoo.wjth oibcr lands in 
il5 vkinity, by bin marrinfff, wtiich look 
ptart^ in or previous to 1300. viih ^largnrct, 
the hfire** of thiit pryperly. What brr 
aumArup wiia hh» not been poxilively nsccr- 
taincd. but it ^eema nenrly i'err.iin tbnt itlie 
Waj of the fiimiiy of Hnaec,* who were lunU 
of Ihii manor nt a time imtuediatrly prr^- 
CpdinK the [H-riod nt which it p.isi!ed into the 
poswwiori nfibe family of Fmmplou. Wal- 
ler de rmmptoR //. Iltb OrlotK-r. I3!!<V. hu 
wife Uavtnf[ di<*d before him. nnd \rft \m»v 
by her, beaidea a (lau};hter, Jcnn. m. to Sir 
TbomaaStewrll, kul. of C'litht-nlun, counly 
Somerset, a son, 

Jotis pRAtirroii, of Moreton^ who wa« 
twenty-four years of npte at h'u father's 
death- He whs hi the battle of Aipnconrl. 
ami naa n-tiirned mx limrA lo pnrliainenl a» 
knight of the ahin^ for tin- i-ouniv of iKirM-i. 
from I3M7 lo l-ll>6: and in -I Hi.'\iiv V. nu^ 
■ppuinl'-d a rommi^iioner to array th<^ 
foniity <if HoDM-t nifninel ft French invjuion. 
He was thn-r liin'** murri'Ml. By Ua flrat 
wife, iBsbc-l, «lnni:hler xf RoU'rt i'rouic, he 
hiid one ilnu>*hler, 

.MarKMrel. tvbo m. Itobert Itinf^hMD. of 
Hihijhjiniii Meliuuilx-. in ihe (*ounty 
of l>or4< t, Mho-te iimrriaKr article*, 
daird at Moreuin, 2l>t Srptfmbar, 
U Hr>Hit IV. nre^till eitHnl amoB^l 
ttir fnmily dui-umeiiti nt Melrooibv. 
By Edith, duu);hler of Sir MattlirwSUwcU, 



■ la 31 Kdw^md I. 1303. Jotin IIom* 1«d a 
niMl of free warmi ID ail hu danaaM landa at 
MorMan. Hoc^r Hum*, bu aon aad bnr, waa 
wuBawBMl to parlismrRl f8 ntui C3 F:inr4a» III. 
■aeHjtw tba baroM of iba raahn. awl died .1& Ca> 
WASH HI. 1.161, ama*4, him>bc«i oOier laada. <l( 
tW BtwMir and adrnwvnnvr AlorMon. LMvisf no 
i«u)», hU eviAiM devolved, bt vlrtii* of an ratail, 
oa iohii Iltwee, Jan. then ilurtT jmn of afa and 



knt of Cntberatno, counly of Sonenrt. hit] 
»ecofid wife, be linil ihrfc aona, 

I. RoHFHT, who Kui-ceedrd bim at 
MoreUin. 

II. John, M.P. fbr the boruugb of 
Lyme Ke^ifi. father of 

John, of Fotterne and Erbilhamp* 
Ion. WilL«, nho, by Johanna, hia 
wire. dnni;hlrr mid heir uf KA-> 
want MAn'tcbiill, of Woo«lct>l«>, 
Hiititrt, lind tMo tmnn, 

IIiNi tit. of Potteme. who cT*fn- 

Uitilly inherited Mon-ton. 
Edwnrd. who rf. Wfore I.MO;i 
leitviiich} his wifr.n dituKh-j 
ter of — Hmwell, of .Sj - ' 
mondabury, a w>n, 
John. 

III. William, who waa M.P. for Dor- 
chester, 1431 and 14M,BQd for Wry- 
TDoatli. M3.1. 

Juha Pramplon <i. 3nth May. 1436. learinj 
Mar^rrt, bin thirti wife, ^urvivin); him, 
WAit Aiiivr-fded nt Morelriii by hlx rhlent 

RoHF.HT KiiAUrToK, of Moreton. who 
twenty-fix years of A|[r and npwiirda at bU 
fullier'p deatb. 4 HtMlt VI. UU Damt 
nppritrM in a Hot of conaidrrahJr mra of tb«r 
contity nf HorMel, who wrr* able In apend 
£l2 per nnnuiti, rrlurned into ch-uio-rt I'i 
Hkkkv VI. I*v Alire. hi* Bml wif> . itii'it;h. 
ter and hrir of )lugh [)c-rerell, li- '■ 

landtt in ('ixnnb Dererell, in lh< - r 

Ktoraet, iiiid hud it>'Terat children, mIiu all 
prrdeceiuvd Iheirfdther^.p. IlisM^-ondwife 
waa Aliiinor. ilnnchler and brin-«« n( Wil- 
lintn I)rimnin):.ii| Meltmry Saiuplord. fhn- 
*et, mid of I |i|im Lovell. in th« couaiy of 
Wit 1.4 (who m. M-rondly, Walter Bafoafk, 
of L'harl'ord. in iht- same flhire). and dybf 
-Ith Kibrunrj. HC'k left bv her, 

J4Mt>i Fiuiii''io>. uf Slorrti^n. hit torn 
and betr. who wu Intrn in 1 KH. He m. 
AnasiJiftiii, duuKht/-r nf Sir J»ba Ni 
rough, knt. of hullwortb. in the c 
Uoraet, and rf. .'jtii June, l.»?n. i* 
by a BonuKu-nt to hi* men 
bu vfl^y >u braafl. In the • ' ^l•)r 

ton. Licnvini; tut lejtiii'i iii 
tied bis cfltales on J.tu>< * I i-> 'i 
haalard ROD, wbo m. Aiicv, il hi. Iii 
Thomu tie la Lyiide, knt -i U 



i 



■pwinU. Of UtadMrtkw faMrafthu/«lail 
wa ban no eanahi areouni. but u tb« 
MtNWtMi wMaettM Vftm l)un«lailthw !■«•< 
bnilv, withrvnaiAdvrialh* n|phlli^r«wftb*i 
mud ILoi^cr, it may beeoa>KtnnNlwuli tb»j 

Cbibiy, ikai Matyaf*!, tbp wHm ctf 
ptno, waa daoffMar of tha tM wia l i ■ 
John lIuaM, and avcMadad to tL* ym 'a wj r 
nrtva of this aataiL 



^^m FRAMPTON, OF MORETOH* MU ^H 


HOImiiDDt fa A* eomty of Donei (wtio »f- 


civil nur. and bi» estates bein): ^^^| 


Pl»f««r4a Wmbw «»cc#w»r|y the wifp of 


!i(^|iirsliTcd. \w cuiDpounded for ^^^H 


TlniM Trc m- li anl . of LMctirll, nnilCiJllierl 


tliiii itf biii-klniid Kipt.-nt for ^^^| 


IVaIUi. e*c|. uf liKngtoo Wallu, in ibe 


£AQ!b. He tt. ami wiu Uuriud at ^^^| 


*— nr of E>MaH), aod rf. j. p. before 23nd 


Bui:I.iAnd, l.ltb July, l&V>. bav- ^^H 


Oa hia 4eoewe tlM ombot of Morelon, 


int; btfii twit;tt marrivd. l\y Ka- ^^^| 


Iberine, bij first wife, daughter ^^^| 


with albrr appeBdant rstair*, drKcndrd lo 


of Berkeley, of I'jil, in Somer- ^^^| 


Rdttta Ktunmis:. (ihrp^mlBonorJoha. 


sel^hire, he hnd ^^^H 


iWi tcowd ton of Jiihn Friini)iton. of More- 


JtwtK, of Bnrkland, who d. ^^^| 


kw. iHm il. in 14^). Tbu Uo^^r wjuifnund 


UNin.iii l(|7(i, ^^^1 


byJMiaUaUMU 17 llf.MtY VIII. to be couiiin 


Katberine, who became the ^^^| 


tad kcir onlc of Janei Fnunpton, of Here- 


wife of (Jear^ DftubiMiey, ^^^H 


tMu and aacoMded. m before meutiooed, to 


ofGonFell.ih I>orAetAliire. ^^^| 


itm fcady •vtatra in Dorevbliire. B« was 


By Klizabetb. hin accond wife, ^^^| 


k M 1406. and m. Alke Trencbard, bat 


dauf^bti-r ui Hvnry Smiiwnys. of ^^^H 


d. #. ;^ '••■* " ■• ' v«i. whrrrupon ihe rn«nnr 


ICa-«t Tbilriiigluii, in Dorsi't, be ^^^| 


«f kl ! witti Ith (ither esmu-s. 


bad one kom, ^^^H 


drvbl - J 1.^ |-.iyw (Ibe «ou of bU bro- 


UrLE!) I'KtMPTiiN, of Bockland| ^^^1 


AvrEdwmrd). 


b. in 1643, who j. his balf-bro- ^^^| 


JoHx FakarroN, wbo Ui^a bemne of 


tjier. Jfliues, in ibe estute of ^^^H 


W^i^a. IIf wu «. in 1.016. ind <<. I4ih 


Backhind. By ElizabcUi, lua ^^^| 


Wan-BbKr. 1-S5?. 1r.iTins wsiir bv bis wife, 
Elbabrfb ' - "f Nicliula.t'WilluuglH 


wifr. (who r/. in I7IM{}. dnuffh- ^^^H 


ter of Aniia.^ Full'unl, »on of ^^^H 


lif af T*n< wi ihecotmiy of Uurset, 


Sir KraneJi* pnlfnnt, of Grrnt ^^^| 


^•^ ia bu Ul/ikmi*, 


Fulford.in Devon, and of Tul- ^^^H 


L RoBurT. bu ticir. 


ler I'orcoruiu. in UorM-ubire, ^^H 


H u. Jobs, of I'pway. in the county of 


hv had idsuv, bciiide JanH>a, ^^^H 


H l>Dr>wt. wbo, by A nne, biit wife. 


who d. yriun^^, ibree other ^^^| 


H da»i;lit«r of hTrnry WiUougliby, of 


»<>n«. on wliuni. succession, ^^^H 


^1 t*pw«y. afiinwAiil. bad 


the eotAle of Moreton Wtift en- ^^^H 


H 1. koaCHT, b:a eldest ion. 


tniled by tlu-ir eoiisin, William ^^^| 


^1 ?. C>rorf;c, nf Buc-V.tand, nho m. 


Frampton, ^^^| 


^^^^ Aaoe, daaRbUT of Thorani Co- 


iiilfs. of Bucklund, h. fn ^^^| 


^^^^h vaalry^ uid siilrr of Lord C(h- 


I0s(>. H- unm. after 15(0. ^^| 


^^^^B Tvatrr. by nbom he hail >«Terat 


AViiLMM, uf wliutn here- ^^^| 


^^^^K chUdmii llic rldrsl of wltoni. 


^^^H 


^^^^B HaWft, mmm filnn yetrn of a;;cut 


Kobert, h. in ir».1. who by ^^H 


^^^H tkf risiutUin of llorwi. anno 


Kntbarine, his wife, ilnn. ^^^H 


^^K^ 1023. 


of UiU-« While, of Alhel- ^^H 


^^^B^ Fi— III* rrcior of Siudlaad. in tlie 


bamplon, iu Dorsciahlre, ^^^| 


^^^p aaaaly of l>orM-t. d. i. y, 1040. 


bad laiac, ^^^| 


^^^^~«v. Wiujia, who «• to ibe Morctoa 


Robert, capbtin in the ^^^H 


■ rMati^. 


army, who m. n dau. ^^^H 


H V. 3»m*-: of nu(-kl«nd Ripors, m. Ka- 


Hii-kaon, of ^^^| 


^^ EhanaK.dKu^btrr and co-beir uf John 


London, and rf. t. p. ^^^H 


^^^^ Treacfcard, of Wttrniwflll, tliird aon 


t7HH. ^^H 


^^^P of Sir Ovoricr TrcDcbard, knt of 


Katharine, m. to John ^^^H 


^^^^ Wol«wVai, hi Doraetvbire, and had 


Swnttridf^e.aml d.t.ji. ^^^^M 


^^H ■^^Ww» 


Elicit W'lli, m. to — ^^^H 


H 1. Jt«l«. bi* brir. 


AMiie. niid li. #. p, ^^^H 


■ X J*lm. 


Anne, unm. ^^^^| 


■ a. KirlMrd. 


Klizabrth. d. unm. ^^^M 


^1 1. AaiM. M. to Umund. rrcoad 


1. Ann, M. in I.'j07. to Tbi>mn«. eldest ^^^| 


^^^ aaa of 8Jr Edward ClarJie. of 


»on of Sir William I>irduc, of Uil- ^^^| 




lin^bnm, in the county at Dorset, ^^^| 


^^B 1. Jna. 3. ElizAbetb. 


d. If)l)7. ^^H 


^^^B Dyiav In 1091. Wwaa j. at Um-kUnd 


II. Margery.Mt. JohiiHayward,of Dor- ^^^H 


^^P Igr lltb Ma. 


^^^1 


^^^^ J^aaa FaAarTOK. ^ftq. of Butk- 


■II. DoroUiy, fa. Martin Keylaway, of ^^^H 
l^llington. in Ibr rnunty of Donct- ^^^H 


^^ Uad ltfper», aitrd IWfiilV'iivo at 


^^^ (W brraUa liaiUtion iii 10^3. 


IV. Mary, m. in )/>7.'i, (trr^i^ory. second ^^^H 


^^^^P Hii aanw ia fonnd amnnf^st iht- 


ann of Sir Williani Dtrdue, of Oil- ^^^H 


^^^B aaallrHra of Ibo kiti);'* parly in 
^^^H a««aaalj uf ItufMl, tturinK ibe 


lintjhain. ^^^H 
\. H'Mamond. ^| 



T9« 



FHAMrroN. or moreton. 



VI. Join), m. Ill 1671. to Gny LyiP. 
Tbc vidrtt son nnd heir, 

ROBIHT FBA«rTO«*i. of Morflgii. MM 
lwriit\ -two yi>iir< nfaiEr nitti ujiwariln Ml liu> 
rallifr'* Oeitt'li. In l.'iHM \w wtifi liit;)i »KeriA' 
of l)i<- ruutil\ of Domft. IK Mnr|[rry. hi* 
wiff, iljiii);lii'i~r u{ Lord Tliomns I'Hulrtt, of 
M<-lpl(uli, >ort}nd rt4>n of WitliAcn, tiiurtjuis 
of >\ incbratrr, br bnd tvvo»onsRnda dio]{b- 

l«T. »«. 

I. Thohaa. tlic eM«sl, W. i>. p. «. p. in 

1671. 
It. ChftrlpA, wbo npppiini tn hiive hid 
n wifr iiamrd rrBula, but prubAbly rf. 
witliuut aurvivii>f[ umuc. rs bia aucle 
>\'iltinm brrunir powrswd of Ihe 
M'lrftoo f dlale*. 
I. Rliuibvlb.N.in If^.toWillifim Dac- 
eomb. Milt of Jnmi-« Dntcmiib, of 
Iw«rne Svpkion, in tb« county of 
Dorwt. 
WltXJJiH Fn'MrrnM, fonrlh »on of John 
Fnmpton and Elixnbvlb Willnii^bby, be- 
cainra»nbnT(-)il:ntr<l, pu»M-M''d of the tnannr 
and rststi-H nf Murrlon, ||n m- EliulHrlli, 
fi<>rfini1 dnnifltlrr nnd co>hrir of (Spnrcc 
UroU|rbton, of Snmpfard lloififld. in lap 
rontity of SonnTit't (who ri>-niamt^d Tlio- 
toHi! Ilnnnnni, of \\ im bourne Minetcr. in 
tlie couiily i>r DonM-i), nnd hud iwue (bc- 
tidtm Kobrrt nnd CslhBrinc, wbo H. youn|;), 
Wiu.UM. bin itiiocmuir. 
Eliuil>eih. who m, Kdniund Holliy, of 
HoiiLtoii. 
H« rf. 38th February, IflOH, nitd nu «. by 

hiff SOD. 

WtU.MM PlUMITOW, of Morrlnn. whft 
v-nB bnrn 7lh April, IBO?, ntiil biiviit); m, 
K»thitriim, dnlllfbl4^^ r>f John Tr^t:nimp|t, of 
Klilton Abbiu, in the county of flomel, bad 

iMUtf. 

I. WiLl.MH. his heir. 

II. Richard, of BiMon, in llio roiinlv of 
Wilu, h. in 1(1:H), m- Jnnr, (Uii|:lilpr 
of Sir Frnm-iii foltiriKlnii, of Font- 
bill, in lht> counly of Wilta, who d. in 
1711, by whom b'f woa falbrrof 

WilllaBi and Eliubrih, wbo bolh 

4. yomjc Kod nnra. 
Knlharinr. who m. Chnrlr*. Ihtrd 

Boii of Williiim l*rd Slonrfon. 
Jhtw, IN. F,dw«rd Piinton. of Itnr- 

miiiKbAin, In the couotv of Nor- 
folk. 
Mnry. &. in 1077. d. naiD. in 16D9, 

burird in Ihr hMm-v cbtirrb •! 

Billh. *tilh on rpitiipli III hrritir* 

tnnry, by Drvdrn. 

III. Trrgonwrll, who j httbr(Hbi-r U'il- 
tlam. 

IV. Gcorf^. who by hU wifr, dRiiKblrr 
of — IVwfv. of Wiiohom. m ibr 
rontily of llorwi. hud l«tn rbildrrn. 
^^ illtHRi and tlinbrlh. who Uolh rf. 



t. Elisabftb. who m. Tltoma* TarWr' 
Kille. of W*«jI Briiicr, in tlivrouuljf' 
of Dune I. 

II. Kaihurine.fr. in lfi3A, m, lu William 
1 1 a) ward. 

III. Anne, m. in 1B50, to Jouali Khmll. 
of llalimll.in thrcuuuty of^V iirwirk. 

IV. Dorothy, n*. to WilliAni How. ofi 
Itcmpslon. in ibr county of Uorwt. 

William Fninipton, d. lUlh Anjcoat. I04J, 
and wiu t. in hu t^ut>-ft by bin *-U1i-pI wiu, 

Wii.ijAM Fkamiton, of Morclon, wbo 
WIS A. 17th November. KUU. Up mtaiird 
thr family e»tHtc on bis brother*. Kicluird 
and Trri^nwrll, and (heir itmiv lualr lor- 
Rrssivply. with rrmnindi^rs lo llir ton* of htt 
ooimtn (>ilM Frantiilon, of Hot-klnml Kiprra*] 
and tl. unm. »lb Ft-bruary, lOStK Richonll 
FrainptiM], of llialon, his »«cond brtMbrrf-j 
ha^in^ d. in bia lifetime, wiibont ianip mala^J 
Bi before itnted, the e«lalr« dcf oUed on 

TKF.<io\wru, Fhakitiis.p«ii. of MorrI 
ibird hrulhrr of Ihr snid William, who 
borti ill If^l), llf waa krrprr uf Ihr rr-' 
cfiviug horwa to h'inff ^^'llLltM III., C^wnw 
Annk, fiKoRia: I. and (iKoanR If. and <d: 
unm. at Nrwaitrk,rt. in I7*irt, wbrn, by 
virtue of the ratoil before nentioard, the 
pBlatra devoltcd upon hi* kiii»maD, (Ibe 
deacrodanl of Jninrs Framplon, of Unrk.Ua4 , 
Ri|irni, fifib ton uf Jolin Fmniptun, 
Moreton, by Rlixalielb V\ illou^hbjr) 

WiLUAv' Fkampton, tm^. of 
wbo obtained poaeeutioD of Ibe muu* 
k family ftrrangemenl which waa ratifled bjr 
acl of pnrliiimrni, in the thirdyear of ijmvfl 
A\\P ). during Ihp lilr uf hiaminin Tr^|[oa- 
Well Framiilnn, an nbotn nB annuity nasal 
th« same time oeulrd. Wdliim FramptoD 
wa« t. in lOBI. and m. Judith, dauf btrr of 
Hrnry Arnold, eaq. of llainrtou, in like 
i-ounly of iloraet. by whom (wbo d. 1738), 
he bail (aKoe, 

Willimn and Judith, whoWlliii 

and 
JlM»<i. 

Williani FramploB. d. in 1717, whea 
estJiteii devolved on bi» unl} ninti«lB( 
jAHrK FiiAWtn'OTi. rMj. of Moreton. 
w«^ bom in Orii)Iirr, 1711. In I? Ccnicl 
II. hi- WflH biicbshrntfnl |lor*et. lt> Hi 
hiK firal wile, only dauehtrr aii4 
Joseph llaullon, raq. uf Farley Ci 
the county of Somenet. to whom be 
Wtb AuRttsl. 1746. and who d. in ITCL be 
had ud iMae. I^lr m. srcoDdly, PhiUio. 
only dnu|ibtpr (ai>il heir afWr h«r brodMT^ 
ih-alli, in 1701). of Sanarl Ryam. ew^, af 
(he Klitiid of Antigua, Ktduw of f*Ti n %\Wm 
Wullftaiuu.M.ll. bji whom(,wborf.inFtl 
ary.lW»). b«badiHm. 

Jaukk, bis heir. 

Mary. 
Mr. Fnimptnn bnill Oic pn»r«l bvaop 
Moreton, in 1740, on Uw ai«e vf Ibe oweiei 



I 



RUDGE, OF EVESHAM. 



m 



wmakm, and the cburcb tbi>re in 177f), on 
> Site of th« former church. He d. '2Atl\ 
OplP ^ er. I7M. noil WB» f. by his only aon, 
ttv pmcol J«HU FRAJtrroN, esq. ofMoro- 



nfal*. 

Ont — A pvylKHtid •^anl argenl, col- 
biwl (oIm, riaged or. 



iWol (•— P^rw V r raiido. 

/tij/fi/M— Mnrt'tnii, by msrriftg«», Jn llie 
time of Eowtito [II.: AtTpuiMIe with PaU 
lJti)!(on, UriHiiiApitldlc with Thruo|). in the 
15tli century : Toiiprsptidilk' hii<1 ArmHwell. 
cariy in the loth century: Bovirigtou lud 
others, by purchuc, io 17^ ; all in the 
county of Doreel. 

ittal — Moretoii, in Doraetshlre. 



nUDGE, OF EVESHAM. 

UDGE. EDWARD, tsq. F.R.S. of the Abbey Miuior Houm, Ev«iham, in the 
cuuuty of Worcester, b. 27th June, 1763, m. at St. 
George's. Hanover-ft()uare. 27 July. 1791, Atine, only 
dauf^hter of Peter Nvuaillo, esq. of Great Xesj, Svveuoatu, 
) Keot, and has 

EowAnn-JoiiK, A.M. barri.ttPr-At-laK', fr.,')Oih May. 1792, 
m. 'Huh Auput, IH'2.5, Fclirjirda. itct^oiid dauphti^r of 
Charles Pole, esq. of Wyckbill House, in the county 
of Uloucciiter. one of the djrectori of the Bank of Eng- 
land. RUil has a eon and brir, 

EDWAiiu-CtuRLKA. b. iHth April, 1828. 
SamuelNouiiille. burridter-at-liitr. b. 21 Mny, ISOl, 
Annp-Eiiza,iR. 22nd September, 1H24, toCharles-Hirbard 
Pob>, es>|. eldest «on of L'harlea Pole, vaq. of Wyck- 
bill llouM,GloucedtLT«bire, and has usae. 

Mr. Rudge succeeded lii» futlier 28th May, 1790, and 
lorved tb« office of hig-h shonff of WorceAtcnshire ia 1 829, 



Hinrngr. 

Shaw 'a 



^^^^^^^■nmirial gmnts. cited 

^^^^^^^Hllrr. npprxrs thai 

Amis O* Bucoa wm of Seywlon. in the 
BMSIT ml Mtafford, 17 l^nwiRD 11. He left 
*v«i mmM and a dauichler, *lz. Ricmakd, his 
War; WtUitm. livinjc U F.dm'«ho 1H.. and 
■ Miw.w. to William de liatacre. Tbe ebler 

»ftciMlu> Its Rrr.iiF^ livintc 9 Edwaiu) 
ULimIS RiciiiKD H. was father of 
BMitm oi Hri.4iK, Uvine .1 HrMiv V. 
■te akioMi, diiuKl>l«r "f Wilti»nr%iUinii, 
■fftriif**""'' ■■"■' ^JUMRTi-edcdhy liiinoM, 
Till**. < , ol Sey*don. 37 llr.snr 

VI. asd L' ? -■ IV. who left by j\jine. 

hh «if«, d«Dcliter of Tlioinas Sbcuton. a 
«■■ *i«l ■Qi I •Aiwir. 
J ' . wIk> flouriiihed In tbe r^ignt 

»«f L '> , KiLiuoD HI., and Hcnkt 

TTJ. mati ■ «r 

J«ll« I- ' m. I Indy trhose ctirii- 

Mw aw m c uiii Ji'vio, but nf •hat fimiity b 



?Kif wrd>birc, 



He ytn» buried at Trysull. in 
Wit January, IM?. leaving 



r. R' "■ '" ' "" ■ daufchter of — 
\^ ot timnirv, in the 

t4»^;i, L.; .-...M'-.<i. and d. t. p. 

»■ WfLLl4H. of tieysdoD, whu m. Gnl. 



A dftUKhter of — Moieley. of ^V^ut- 
tingdon : and. seconiUy, Franres. el- 
dest daughter of Tliuma8 Uarnnley. 
ufSeysdun. He tl. in lUlM, nud was 
buried at Trysull, io Staffordahire, 
leaving lune. 

1. Thomas, who d. t. p. 
S. William, of Seysdoo, baptized 
Hi Trysull, Ulb Januurv, 1602, 
who m. Katlmriiie, daughter and 
heir of Thom.is Mompiis. gent. 
by Aline, daughter of Thoruas 
liarnsley, and uE.in ltj72, leaving 
a son. 

Ambrose, bnplixed nl Try»ul), 
3rd February. 1(110, wlmm. 
Winifred, eldest »i«ter of 
Thomas Powys. Berjoant-.-tt- 
latr. by trlrain he left at his 
decease, in 1685. a son. Wil. 
liam. of Lincoln's Itti>, ba|t- 
liaed si Trvsull, l»i Febru- 
ary, lfM7, tFii- eldest of eijcht 
children. mIkmu' iMue lived 
atTryiiull uniJl 17A3. 
3. Joan. in. to Thomas Codsall, «f 
8titirurd»hire. 
III. TiioMA.t, of whose line we hnre t» 
tnal. 



198 



RUDGE. OF EVESHAM. 



IV. John, hiirinl rI E'r-aham. in Febru- 
ary, lAW, Ifiiitii): A «cifi. Jolin. meii- 
linii*^ in llir will of bis sncle Tlmnias. 
in 1033. 

The tiiird *uii, 
Thomas Kcdiik, «ptiM at BveftbAni, in 

Worcpttrnliirv. nod i!n.12.1rd Jiiouary, I58H. 

Alic<- Itnvf, of Ihni town, liy wbom. Mho 

wiis bnrii*ll Ml Brn^orth imrisb, Itftb 8c^ 

tembpr, IfilO, lw> lind wbuv, 

I. EuwAUt), aldr^nnkn and sheriff or 
London, in HtrtT. To him iind to hia 
brollu-r William tlm Armi borne by 
lb* fniiiily wero confinned by grant 
fmni the ColirK*-* of Ami^ in 1634. 
He m. liTNt, Mnry. djiughler mid co- 
heir of Juliu Sliarp, ci'q.orLnHreuci' 
Wjilthtini. ill U^rLnliin-: and, »r- 
condly, Uridsfl. lUuitlihT of John 
S«dlcr.cs<i. of Wiltshire. The Inllcr 
i/. #. p. hul by the former Mr. Aldrr- 
mnn Hurler jrH nt hi« dcceane, in 
KiHt (l)t-iiii; Ijurtcd in the chancel of 
AIIIiaIIow«, London), two MR* and 
two 4[nnt;htei!t. fix. 

l^OWiKD. of CJreat Warloy. in E»- 
•ex» and of ntnsieii, in llerL.- 
•hir«^, m. in |(U7. Jane, eldetti 
danghti-r of Anthony Lntber. 
M^. of Krlvedtin. uud dvinir in 
1701. Irft 
Andiokv, b. Smh Srpti-niber, 
lOjyZ, at (ireat Wnrlc-y, in 
Eiin--\ : had iMUf . 
Edffnn). h. 30th Marrtt, 1000. 
Lnlhrr. /». 6lh Jnly, \W2. 
Jane, A. ni Mylrs, thn »cal 
of tbi- Liillirr^, in B««ri, 
in lik'At, it. I.llti Jnnr. iTM. 
Mary. b. Mth June, Ift'il . bu- 
ried atGrt-at Wnrley, lOwJ 
Ann^, A. 13th Augutl, l(i.'i7. 
RebtTcA. h, I5lli l»ftrml»er. 
1008. hnricd atGrrat War- 
ley, I6MI. 
Rliiwheth, b. mh Mnn-h. 1000. 
• biirird at Great \*'.irl» y. 

Bridj^-t, m. in the Bey. Jnhn 
ttriflilh, vicnr of White 
WnlthAin, in UerliRhire. 
Tbomaaiae, m. lo Jtmet Kl- 
mer. 
Willt*m. of London, will dated 
•22nd Miiv. l«.Vi, proved 7lh 
April, Iliri-i, ,/, ,.p. 
Hester, m. lu Willium Ilitdicock. 
Kftirwa, IN. Ill Hkhard Luther, 
e»q. of Mvle«'», in Kmcv (arc 
p. B: r^t/Ur. a/ Cli/tnn). 

II. Wluj*M. iifwhoin wr h»»r infn-ni. 
Tbomaa Rtid)^ dntrii Um will 7th May, IffiO. 
and it HKj iiratrf] mi Worcrtter, 3UI Juar 
roM'iiirinf*. Ilia lUTMnd Min. 

Wiuj4H Hi-D<iit, e»q. of Evrilun), men* 



tinned in tlie wilb of bi« fattier and of hie 
lirolLirr lvdwsrd,wa«haned there IVth May. 
lOTii, lentin^ by Aane, his irife, three 
and two <l.-tiighler«, fia. 

I. Wiu.rAM, of Eveftbatn, m. I7lh N 
vemher, 1670, laabel. dRUf[hb-r ol 
Tbirninn Jones, of dutt place, and tL 
in Nowmlicr, I71IA. His ufaii bv* 
mniF extinct in the male Uae la 
I7Z7. 
M- John, of London, b. 7ib October, 

1027. (/. 24th Aniput. IfMO. 
lit. FDWAttD. of wbom preacDtly. 

I. Alice. 

II. Mary. 
Tlie youngcal 6O0, 

Eowi\MD Riinr.E, of London, merebaa 
baptizctl itt All SuinlA pari^th. KvMham. 
May, \(ian\ purchated. in 1004, the 
Bite' of the moiiHBtery mid abbey Uuida 
Evesbam. which borough be rrprrM-nted in 
the parliaments of IOH| nnd IflUO, Mr in. 
Suaaonn, Kcnnd dnuirbter of Sir Jnhn l>e' 
thick,* knt. of London, hy Miirthii, hinuifi 
ilaugbler uf Edmiind Travcr^, of Loodoi 
merchiiili nnd hy her, who wai buried ia 
the rhurcb of St. Andrew's. 30lb Uccembcr, 
1716, a^rd scventy-atx. hnd iaiae, 

I. Edwinl.A. SSodSeptrmber, IM». 
17lh May. 1073. 

II. John, I. at Tnttenbam, l&tb f1 
. . ber. lOtXl. of Mark-lane, Load 
k' /. merchant, deputy -gov rmor of 

tSouth Sen Company, and dirrclor 

^■'•' the bunk. MP. for Erewhiun frooj' 

- ( . IfKNIlo 1744). llepunhnM'd.in t?IT. 

, jniiitly with JoUu Hopktna. ea^, lb* 

binlkhjp of Braybrvok, Nnmiiwy ■ 

Iniinliire, nnd an eatate at Pntrnko- 

rough, ill WarMK-k^hire. In 179k 

•^ He m. in IfllM. Susanna, daochtn^ 

nnd heir of Jului Letiert, e»q. of Loa* 

don, and W. '.2*2nd May, 17«i, leav^ 

iaftiir. 

Kdwnrd, P.RJ3., M.P. fbr C« 
•ham in 1741, 1T4T, and 17M, 
^ WhitBeld. in Oxftw^Wiire, 
^. V,* BJWmcBlier. i ' ~ 
**" April. ITW. Eh. 
fX,^t and co-heir of M-)!t!i<-u n.m 
eM]. nt llaekney, but tt. a. p. 
<,'«.-« June. l7rM. 

Stuuinna. m. 27lb April, 1741. 
Sir William Staabope. K. 
aecond eon of PbiU|s Eari 
Cbc«tc:r6cU. 
EUabrlh, aa. IM N««Tt< ' 
Id Wribor* VXSk, Lai<! ' 

bul d. »■ p. 



in 

i 



• TIm -Mf«t dMicfaiar of Sir Jaba 
rjinbrth. m. 'Mt Joba llMka. »««.(/ Ayl 
iiMr Mudiltflie, mtA nar of tbetr 4aBflil»r« 
ro-bein. Fluabea Baika, l apoaaaJ iJM 
£wl of Aykafori. 



RUDGE, OF EVESHAM. 



199 



III. Edmrd, of Lomlon, mercliani, d, 

#. B. 17:23. 
i>. UrHiAutM, of whom prfMRlljr. 

I. i^vHBaii. k. 3l»t JtiiiP. 1697. m. 1st 
May. IGHN, lu Juliti Jjii-y. esq. of 
T»tti-nhAiii High CruM, Vliddleftcx, 
and Kndwne, 

John Lacy, d. l. p. 
Artlitir Ijicy, who lell one daugh- 
ter. 
Sttnaiina Lucy, m. to the Ri-v. Mr. 
Strjikvoiuia, KUtl bad lureral 
t-kildrru. 
LMcy. m. to John BUcoc, esq. of 
llanou U«nlei).and bodadaufjh- 

tir Flirntirth UlK'OC. 
> .- first, to Rulwrl Good- 

iil. Krciiiiilly, to Thomus 
LinyA, «-«c|. of l.iiHoln'f Inp, hy 
Kkttoi sht* had issue. 

Fth. &. 3oili Mny, Kub. m. 6th 

er, I'«M, to Sir KoWt-rt Eyre, 

knt-rChirfju^tii-c of ihp C-oartof Com- 

tnon rit-os. and bod imuc. (S«o »uI. 

■'I I. 

/., nth Julv. I()'7«, d. iinmar- 

: ■ r. 1767. 

i>(?iiib«r, 1618, m. 

I'.t:xji r' uriiiiry. I ixJ^o JamrvWight- 
wicK, rf^. of Lawrrnce Wallha jp, in 
B»^k«ltir>'. nnd tiaii i«su<'. 
Vr. R«4k^ iJ in IfltMt. llin fnurth son, 

Tmb IUi'. DfckjiHiN KiixiK, M.A. L.L.il. 
■Mvof TfaMiibaBi!fa,iD NDrthniii|>ti)ti9hirp. 
i IM iaaitarv. 10^0. m. Ural, tl>«' iliiui:>>ti!r 
WC«Mard Ca'rifT. oM|, »r Alvc«c»l, in Oi- 
ItfiMklra. ll^ uK-Mi> whri i/. in I7l*i. h«- h.iil 
■aJkP^. .'nd Aiiril. 1714, Eliza- 

kitt. il«u ' u-uh l(«>\ii:«rdM)n, rsq. 

N^ BfWBul *, his wift', dAuftliter ol' 

ta«ia» f ' -•). of Ki|>v>in|rton, in 

KaaL aMri 1m*1 l> tn-r. who d. in 1767, a 
■■TT'mi* fnmily. rtf whoinaurviri-'d intaniiy, 
hrir. 

tr<-e, Middlp«ex,&. I^th 
-n, Iflth fK:iober, 1777. 
' r 'tf Thomas Kf<?vi', 
!on. by M/ir>-, his wpfr, 
I" hrtr of TrumiKH (Jil- 
uiil 1^. t. p. I4ih Martti, 



■■1 



imi. 

BL I! " M.A.rretorofWhitflcld, 

th n:. A. Hill Novcuib^r, 

17:1^. - : I'lrton, IWh A[«fil. 17ott. 
ftanfcli. diincbl'-r of thr Rrr. Mr- 
Ckairb, of Pirton, aad d. mitb June, 
IMI7. U-atinx ia*u(>, 
f>lM»rd, b (Iitj Uctob«r, 1701. m. 
:2a.! ' ', SamS. duiigliter 

wf I I tiucf i^i(i|i>-», uid 

if.lAL U«;>.h. IKri. IcnvinK 
B*tijanin'8aniur1, h. at Bril' 
- * r rtic, 0\ ftinlahtrc. 
I .b»r, 17W7. 



Edward, b. at Ewcluc, 30Ui 
November, IHOl, m. Mi»9 
IjOOF. uud hue ui^ue. 
AnDe-Mar>', w. to — Hoy- 
wood, OS(j. 
Elitahcth," 

who are all married. 



Elitahcth,"! 
RIennor, V 
Frances, J 



IV. Samuel, A. :il«t October, 1727, hiffb 
■herifri'ur Northamptonshire in 17U2, 
d. I. fj. 2-ltl] Jiinuan. IHI7. 

V. Thomas, b. loth March. ITHO.d.i.p. 
in 17M. 

The Rev. Ueujamin Hodge d. 3lsl April. 
1741. and nm t. hy bis ioii. 

Ei>u«iu> KtiD<;E. estj.^. 11th April. 1717, 
of .SiiliKhiiry- :nid Biith. nltu m. lOlli July, 
\ifjii, EliiaWth. wcotid diiugbler nf Walter 
Long. «-jM]. of Prefthaw, llnnts {ae.p p. 74), 
und by her, who d. 16th A|>ril, ItfiO, bad 
iii»ue, 

I. EowinD. bis beir. 

II. Benjamin, b. lUth October, 1768. in 
holy ontcrs, B.A. of Bath, d, ». p. 
2iHliMiin:b, ItKM,and buried lit W«l- 
cfil, B;iih. 

I. Elizabeth. 

Mr. Kadge d. 28th May, 17»0, and wu t. by 
hb Bon. (be present Et>\vjlHD Rl'DOE.fsq. of 
the Ahliey Mauoriluuse. Eveehum. whopur- 
ohiwcd in that year a nioiely of the esliite of 
Seymour Bincoe, esq. ul Kvrbhnm. and Jn 
17U2. a I'onoiderulili' part of ihxi moiety of 
the lordsliip of liraybrooke, in Northanip- 
tuiiahire, wtiich beluneed 10 John Hopkina, 
citq. on the division of the lunlsbip between 
liim and John Kud)[r,e»(). iu 1770, under the 
enutoMire act of piirliiimcnt; the other por- 
tion, lo;;ftbrr iriili ibe manorial ri^hla, 
having hefii, with ilie CuMle eniaie, pre»i- 
onaly sold to l»rd Brnyhrooke, by whom it 
wn« disposed of hy auction, in Jaly. It4t*i. 
Mr. Hudgc also purrhaied varioaB clones of 
laod. of cunHderable extent, at Eveslnini» 
and built Ihe Abbey M«Hor House in Ii*l6. 
*,* There is anollirr hranchof the family 
neltlrd for isome time in Gloucet^trrAbire, lo 
wliicli belou};s the Rev. Jaurs R|'1h;f:, I>.I>. 
of Iliiwltrhurch rectory, near Axminsler, 
who i» ion uf the late Jantes Kudge, of Heath 
End HouH?, t'romhall. and nephew of the 
luU- vcnerublo Tboma« Rudgc, archdeacon 
of Gloucester. 

Arou — Quarterly : aa. and go,, over all a 
croM eng^rniled arg. 

Crttf — Out of a mnml crown or, two arms 
er^ct, with the sleeves fpi. bandi and cuffs 
ppr. supportinit a sbield arg. 

Motto — Incnice fides. 

Ettatfi — la Worreslersbirc. 

TovTH Reridnte* — Wire pole- street. 

6'ai^— Abbey Manor Houm*. 



300 



*■ 



life llp ^ 




OALTON, OF DUDDESTON HOUSE. 

OALTON, SAMUEL-TERTinS, wj. of Dudde«toii Houm, in ibe counlyof W 
wick, h. '23rd M»rch, 1783, m. 30th March. 1SU7. Fn 
CM-Anne-Violetta, etdMl daughter of Rnumus Dnrwin, 
M.D. by Eliznbcth, his wife, widow of Colonel Pole, of 
Radbourne. in Derbphire, and hoi isaae, 

pARwiK, b. ISlii Mttrcb, lHl-1. 

Erisaiuii, b. 3lAt May, 1K15. 

Fraodtt, b. 16ib February, lt£22. 

ElizabeUt-Anne. 

Lucy- liar riot. m. 'H)th Mnrrh. IH33. to Jamn Moiltirl. 
r»q. of Snirtfawick Grove, in titv cuunly uf StaffunI, 

Millii-4-nt-A<lrl«. 

Enimti-Soiiliia. 

Mr. Galbin BDcceeded ht« father 19th June. 1832. H« u 
ft magtBUnte and depaty- lieutenant for llio county of Wir- 
wick. 

Iintnge. 

The Qhrne of Gallon i« of aacient ocrar- 
reiic-« in the couDiy of Dorset, Ifutc-btna, 
io his history of that sbirr, makes DiratiaD 
of Ihr heirs ofSinioD dv Galluii, as holding 
of Waller dr llogle, and he nflhr King in 
rhirf. by Ikiii^hl's servii-e, the hamlet of 
Gallon, surveyed in Doomsday Book, iittwo 
IHtrcels, by tfie desitntation of Uiiltonc or 
Gnveltone. Tbf Hvv. Johu Gallun, M.A. 
of New Collp)tc. Oxfonl, and vicar of Lul- 
worth.dariog fifty yeii»,WB« ft. in I'lTH, nod 
ihe Rev. Edvtnrn Gallon he Id the ret-lury of 
Warehktn, in lOtii. The immediate ancei- 
toroflbe Sv nrw It- k. shire fsmily, 

l^lrBCKT (lALrnv, of Kingston Winter- 
bourn, in l>orHtshirr, d. Jo IWi, leaving, 
witli three danghlrrs — Dorothy, ft. in IA4K: 
Mary. t. In loa&; and EiHlh. ft. in \0M, 
wliu all died iiiiraarried, an only son, 

JoHK Galtov, esq. of Yattou, Hi the 
couniy of 8ofnFrH.-t. ft. in I66U, who m. 
Bridfcet, relict of John Tucker, esq. and d. 
in 10&&, leiivinft ■ »on »nA soc-cruur, 

John 0«i tos;, rsu. of Yatlnn, ft.. in |H7l, 
who M. in 17113, Snriui llntton, and had three 
sons and four ■l.-iiii;htrT«, nuitirlv. 

J<>HK. of Ihiddesion, tn the county of 
WatHtck, ft. in 17<U: m. in I7:M, 
Hannsb Alloway, but rf. without 
i*«ue in 1776. 
ttonKHt, uf Bristol, nivrchaut, ft. io 
\7m; m. in 1734, Hsnnnh Fnrinrr, 
and li. in I'Hi, leaAing Iwo soiia and 
IMro daujrhirrs, all of whom d. young. 
.HaHI'CI-, of whom presently, 
[-'dilh.'f. wiihontiwae in I7M. 
£»*r:ib, m. in 1774. to William M«MOi), 
rw]. n( llmiiislcr. 

Mr. Gallon J. in 17U. His lUird tan. 



I 



SAMt'Kl.GALTON.esq.ofDoddciUnifl 
in the county of Warwit-ksbire. ft. in 
m. Mary, danpbter of Joseph Karmer. 
■nd left at bis derense. with four daosbtrn, 
Sarah. Mary, ElixabeUi, and Hanmth. wba 
all d, issneleM, ■ son, 

StHun.GtLTOK, eflq.F.R-S.of Daddr«toB 

Hoa»e. ft. IHJuue. 17aU. whom.LucT.eJdc«t 

daugbUT of Robert Barclay, esq., of t'ry.ia 

KincardiDfshirv. M-P. fur thai couaty. by 

Lucy, bis Ant wife, duisbler of R«b«n Btr- 

cla> , c«). of London, nn<l bad taaoe, 

S«uiTri.<TKKTti'H, his heir. 

Theodore, ft. Ut AprU, ITM^W. hi IWB. 

llt-BKRT-JuiiN - Uarlljiy, of WafWy 

iUll. Salop. 
£wao-(.-iiiiieron. ft. in I71>I. if. in IMIk 
JoH)>-Huw«Ht>,of Hadzo(Muus«, W 

reslcrahirr. 
Mar>'-Anue, n. In 1H06, u> Laabnt 

Hchtminelpenniui'k, esq. 
Sophia, m. ill Itl33, to Cbarlr* 

eaq. 
Adele. flk hi 1S37, to Joha Ka: 
Boolb. M.D. of Broab Ho 
Yorkshire. ■ * 
Mr. Gallon d. 19 June, irCTJ. and was «. 
bis eldest son, the prraenC 8i«v*tt. TajiTt 
G ALTON, eftq. 



4 



Amu — Emi. OB a feaa eocr. fu. ht 
tix OrufK de lys of lb« seoood. an eagle's 
bend erased afff. between two brsaots. 

t'ml — t)ii a monnt vert, an eaifle 
lookittK up at the son or, ila oUw rvsttnf 
a fleur dc lysgu. 

.Vff//o— Uuudft luce videri. 

fUiHift~ln W:irwtck»htra sad Somer' 
setshir<-. 

Urt f rfr Jirr — LraminKloo. 



gle's 

1 




GALTON, OF WARLEY HALL. 

GALTOX. HUBERT-JOHN-DARCLAY, e»q. of Warley H»I1, in tlie county of 
S«lop, h. 5tb April, 1789. m. in 1814, Mary, daughter of llobert Bftrclay, vv\. of 
Qiplwa. in Swivji aod hu had iwnie. 

CtvrjtnN, b. io )821, d. io 1033. 

Mary. • 

l>ia<ia>Ermitiia. 

Julin-Tberrsji. 



Ifntaot. 



Fw <ib«(fiir aiiil ttrmt refer to Uie prvcc- 
4m% wtidr. Mr. G«lton. of Wirlcv Hall. 
Mac nnl brolWr to tbe prvKot Wad of 



EMtatei — In Shropsturc, Soinenetshire, 
aDii Worcfstcrsbirc. 

■S'cAt— Warley Hall, in Satup. 



I 



GALTON. OF HADZOR HOUSE. 

GALTON. JOHN-HOWARD, esq. of Hwlror Hoom, in the county of Worcwi- 
iv» i. 8ili NoTcntber. 17^4, ml. in IS 19, IiabiUa, only Burviviog child of Josoph 
teuK, «Ki. aod baa iiaiK, 

TiiKODniF.-How4RD, &. Ilttd October, 1820. 

DooBlaft-Stnitl. b. 2nil July, 1^22. 

Herman-Ernest, b. 1£5lb March, )8!2&. 

RobcTt-Camcron, 6. 17lli NovembiT, 1930, at Clialelalne, nearGcaava, 

Mr. J4li»-Howanl )(*alton ia a raagintrate and deputy-lieuttioant fur Uie county of 
yiina—ai, and haa aarved u high ihiiriff fur that Blure. 




limaqt. 



/ and armi reht to llioM of 

, uf OuiiilraUiii, llif tliief of llw 

ly. and rM»i brother u( Mr. Ualloa, of 



E*tatet~tn Wnrcestcrsliirc aud Somer- 
ac tab ire. 

Si€at — Uadzor Houac, near Drottnicb. 



bMmi. 




SMITH, OF LYDIATE. 

BKTAN, Btq. of Pylon's Hill, Lydiate, in tbe county of Lan- 
caster, his MsjCHly'a Hanuverian consul at Liverpool, 6. 
I4lb Jutie, 17^3, m. Ath September. 1B24, Marianne, 
aocond dauj^hler of William EgL'rton Jeffreys, o«q. of Tillcy 
Pari, near Went, and of Cotoo Hill, near Stirewgliorv, % 
magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for Shropshire, aud haa a 
daughter, 

Mary-Emma. 

Mr. Smith succeeded bis father 3rd June, 1831, ts fellow 
of the Society of Antiquaries, and of the Royal Society of 
literaturvi of l^ndon. and fellow of th« Royal Society of 
Nonbem Antiquaries of Copenha;c«u. He in autlior of an 
iiilerestiog Tout in the Nortlicru Countries of Europv. 



20-2 



SMITH. OF LYDIATE. 



Ijiungc. 



This fAmity wiu originBlt]( rslablUhcd in 
Caniliffr)iinil, but it removed i>ftrly in Oie 
JiiSl century into ibr rount)' of I^nticu^trr. 

llnvAN .'^HiTil, (Mq. son of IlryAM .Smith, 

of Wbit^huYCD, and grandson of anothi*r 

Itryan SiiiitL. of lite stiinc placr. srttlt^d in 

Livcrpoii) ill \7'M}, and in. oti tliv I'ilh No* 

vrmlHT, ill llinl ymr, Mary WKillcy, (crautl- 

iiiecr cif <Tiilht>rriSli4r|>lr», mayur of Ltver- 

|)Ool id tVitU. by wliom tie bad llirce soiih, 

Richard, wbo d. in Jamnirii, in 177.1, 

It^viiift by MiLTKHTct Burifuw, hU 

wtfo, an only jiiiniring »Dn, 

Bryan, wbo m. in IMM, Hannab 

* raircluDgb^ anil bad furviving 

JJrynn-Stdney, b, 2&Ui AuguAl. 

(mm. 

Kichard-Macl^an, bum S^tb 

April. IHIt>. 
MarfcnD't-Aroclin, 
AUi-K-Esllirr. 

(•rornf, rf. young. 

llK^AS, (if uliDfte line nr have lo trpAt. 
Mr. Hmitli rf. In 1764. Ilia Ibird ton, 

Bhyam Shitii, ew|. of Lydiate, iu ib« 
county of Lancastor. b. 29th October, 1763, 
m. I'ilb March, I7hi>. M:ir}-, only sumtin^ 
danghler of the lale Phiii|i Ktwl«-y, esq. of 
(!lev«land-»i)narft, I.lveTniK)!, ami hnil by 
thnt lady {who if. Hth Februar}', irfiU], one 
son and onp daughter, vix. 

Kkimhd-Uhvan, bia heir. 

Hi'leii. 
Mr. Hniitb was, dnrinic the IntP war. com- 
nifttidanl of tUe "Quron** BAltrry," on the 
ri*er Merwy, mannrd by volunteer nrtij- 
lery ; and, for bia lou;; aervicvot received 
the thnukii of tb« lecrelAfy of itaie, and the 
rank of captain (durinff tlie war only), in 
lMt6. He WD*, for upwards of Iwrnty years, 
u commiasiotirr noil chnirmAn nf the " Sea- 
man'* Hospital," at LUerpnol, in conse- 
qaeore of wbt<^b duties be declined lu be 
nomioAted a joctice of the peace (to act nt 
Lydiate) for tbe county of Lancaater, when 
requested in 1830, and be w*» an honorary 
frvemau of IJverpool.n diatioetion unnni- 
mmnly i;mntrd by thai roriioratiun in 1W29, 
" f<ir hia (mblie wnrircs.' Thin liijrMy 
reapected Kettllenian H. 3nl June, IA3I, and 
wai i. h\ ))i> only Ron, ihi' present UlCHAMO 
JIrvam Smiih, eiM). uf Ljdiate. 

^mtlf if Jrffrr|i«. 

Thin in A branch of tlie anrient tVrUh 
fiimily of JrrfKKTs, »dMC«ndaui of Hhtch 
waa Uie notorioui Jtuxil JiFfaRYA. {Hct 
Uikke's /Crfinct l*trr*t/f). 

H'lu.MM JiLrrarT*, Uie quaker, another 
detcearfant nf the same line, resided in tbe 
prraeot bonw at Wein, which was boill in 
ttto. IliswDf 



Wil-UHH Jeffkp.VS. of Wein, was fotber 
of hnnlbcr 

William JFTFRF.Ys.ofWein, wbom.Mar>J 
KATcl Allen, and d\lnf; ill 1774, bkvlDK hi 
with two daughters, niiiuibelb. m. to Ueaji 
min Uariiet. caq. of Houllou : and MarK«rel»' 
m. lo Jotiu Iliirrtson, enq. of Aldf»rd. n *oo, 
WlLl.l*M jLimFYN, esq. ft. in I7ICI. who 
»M. Ann, ilau^lilcr uf Hugh Kt;erton, e«q. and 
by her, who d. Otb May, 1790, had Uaue. 

William, h. ;2.1rd March, 1741, d. SOthfl 

January, 1H23, aged eijtbty. 1 

Thomas, of whom presently. 

Ann, d. Mb May, 1W27. aged eighty-two. 

Maricaret, m. ID 1784. to Uie Rrr., 

Kic'hird Owen, and tJ. in 1838. 

Tbe second «on, 

Thom^k JFFrnKVii. esq. of Wnn. I>. 2n<l] 
May, 1743, m.3(lth September, 1771. Mary, 
daurhter of William BuyU-y. vm. and hai 
by Uial lady, who d. li^th Doc«tnW, 1> 
•g«ll Cfly-four, two viM and twodaugbtci 
WiiXi4M-R(.iJtTo\. bis beir. 
Tbomiui, fc. '^Hth l>ecember, 1774, ai. 
2.^tb May. Irtl5. Elixabetfa Ptrcival, 
of the co'unlv of Lancastar. -i 

Mnr>-, m. 24^1 December, 1797. I»l 
Orerbury Whitley Badger, esq. aitd 
has one »on nnd one dauebler, via. 
TbDnia»Jeirre)a Bottger, i. 

Jutiuary, iHO-i. 
Suaiinrinh-MarKarrt Bod|^. 
:Mlth March. IKM.Io Joto 
esq. hanker. 
Sasnnnnb,^, unm.3rd NoT«ipber. H 
Mr. Jclfrcyt *t. 'i-iod August. 1818. 
seventy-tivr, nnd nan i. by hi* >on, 
Wll.l.UM- (■>.F.Rro\ Jl'rVRP.Yk, 

Tilley Park, near Wem, nnd of Cotoa 
Dtar ShrcwAburv, a iiia)[i»tnitr and 
lieutenant for Shropshire, h. Iltb ScpWi 
ber. I77JJ, wbo m. 4th Scptrrober. IT 
Sarah, daoghter nod CD-heir oT William Co 
field, esq. of Sbr«w«bary, ami ha* imi»p, 
Wll.iUH-Er.ERT0N,&.2aiul II 

IMMt. 
Harriet. 

.^I.\niA>ME, H. 4lb SepKiabrr. 1104. 
tbe pretent RicHiaivRKYiUC 8i 
raq. P.S.A. of Lydialc 
Sum an nab* Emma. 
Sarah-Kllan. 

Armt — Erm. on a feas ragr. at Wlw*e« 
three squirrel* aejant ar|C. e*ch hoWaf a 
marygold slipped ppr. thre« rouadlels, barry 
of aiv arg. ana hx. 

Cnwr— On a nottat, « aqoiml «a in the 
•ma, chamd with a romtdlet. 

^totte — In m*-'' I'u*. 

.Sea/— Pygon'ft lilU. Lidiale^ 
kirk. 



ao3 



BRADLEY, OF GORE COURT. 

BRADLEY-DYNE, FRANCIS, osq. of Gore Court, in Kent, b. 23rd .lanuaiy, 
1790, m. in ItfH, tho Hon. Mnry-Jane Harrw, youngeet daughter of Lord Hutu, 
mk haa two aons, riz. 

FluMciii-GroRai;., A. aist June. 1H33. 
MmitiBii Imiii I. b, Hitii September, 1927. 

nil jrnntktnRn, who succeeded his father, in 1820, in n mn^iittrate and doputy-heu- 
It ftvr Kent, of which coimt}' ha aprvinl the office of sheriff, in 1837. rU ui uIho 
■a tlM Eut Kent regimcot of militin. 



'Xam&ae. 





.' f r.-. 'formerly I'inr,) 
ill rt'conis r^L'iDt, 

,, i.. ,,-.. roll of Kalllc Ab- 

Wj, ia tb* lnim''di>itc riiiitit)' uf wliicli a»m<' 
tot the fBoiLly (Mn90»» r»l;i(4-e, llinugh 
tlifcrvat ipprlliilidii »t thr |ir(-ff«>al 
Tic ICrntian (tranch waa tralcd fn 
MiY VIII. 

, t*(i t^liohfld Inndabrde* 
',n>.inlfir(H,Elixa- 
■t.rr of 

■ BOD, 

t in the eh«ncel ht 

, l'--l«j. l',ll ij> \hiricarrl, LIswIfc, 

Bairr, of ftjpplrcoiirt, in Kent, 

_ ^elr. 

Jm«\ tiT^K. rx). wbom.Tfinolbeiitdauftb- 

<o<bclr of Thomai I»vnr, tra*\. of 

^ Msd bad. bv faor, nhu <fi<'il knil nan 

M WcBlft«ld.ia 10S3, l»ttng twu •uun, 

L Tmhiaj^ of WntRrhl and T.iinLhuriit. 
vbo was bttricd at tlm foriimr )ilAi;e. 
U 17^ iMvlng:, hy Jobuinft Elkio, 
U» wifr, a «on, 

£c»«kRD. of I^Bktiiirtt, who m- 
Mary, danithtrrol' WiIlliiniFlel> 
rhiT. '"»'l. nf t'oimliunil. ill Sii*- 
mn. ■■■z >■> l?^'^. l*-n au 

oolv mil ht'irfoj, 

Mtsi ' baptlxed at 

Gw- ■-labcr.lTU, 



m. lo MrRnnAVE Bkikuk. 

e«q. (Se« vol. jii.) 
If. John. 
Ml. IIf.xry, of frbom preaently. 

IV. Willinm. buried at Weatlield, 2-ltli 
Aiiril. l(Xi6. 

V. Jnmcs, bnpl. al Wrstfield, 30lb Fe- 
bniarr, 1663, m. »nd bad insue. 

I. Timothf«,h.ipt.atWe8tfiild.mhJunc. 

II. Margaret, buried at Westfield, ISlh 
December, 1663. 

The third aon. 

HtNHT riysF.. esq. m. Elixnbvth Crawr- 
hiirsk, niece of Francis Wbilfirlil, esq. of 
Thonihoii»e, in Hetherftdeii, and dying in 
I7(M>, wa« buried in the cbaneel oftbii'chunib 
there, leaving a son, 

John I>yne, esq. (buried al Uelhemden 
>D 1740.) who m. Eliuibeth, dnugbter of — 
Tylden, e»q. of Sluidoxhtirsl, and had by 
her, nliii tl, in 1776, nitli ulber issue, who 
d. #. p. tbr^e aonit, 

John, h. iu 172A, who left imue, 
John, captain in the army. 
Edward, who aettled in Someraet- 
abire, and m. Fanny, dauf^bter of 
M. Meaaiter, e«q. of Wincnntou, iu 
that county. 
EnwAHlx, of whom prciienllv. 
William, b. in I73<>, m. in Xtr^, Eflield. 
daughter of Jnnic» Cbaiiman, caq. of 
Moliub. in Kent, and d. lUlh April, 
IHIM>. leaving iwue. 
The second son. 

FnwxnD I>YM, pu\. born in 1727, m. at 

St. \'ichrtl(iB,Hoche»u^r, in September, I7i'j&, 

Eliaabetb. daujchter of Andrew llawes, eM{> 

and had. by her. who d. in 171)3. two sons, 

ANDIttw-lltHEs. \i\» heir. 

Thonin5. who nt. Miiry, ilaughter tind 

brir of Peter FoiiiiL«in, c«ii, uf Loii- 

ilon, a lineal deivendant oi ihe )>ovt, 

L« Funtaiuf , and left one daughter. 

Mr. Dyne d. in 1703, and waa j. by bia son, 

A<<>drp.w.|Iawe)k Dyise, e»i. of Gore 

Oourl, in Kent, who nindo considerable ad- 

diiiooa lo hi> property , nnd marrying, in 178.1, 

Frances, siftlrr and beirnf Jamea Bradley. 

es)]. secretary to ibe BoardofConirul,on il» 



204 



BEAUMONT, OF BARROW-IIPON-TRENT. 



first fonnBtioa, tMunicd. nl Mr. Broilley'i 
decease, by sign manuitl in |H4M),thcfaraane 
of Bradley' By Ibis lady be b«d issue, 
Fkakcis. his beir. 

Jkme«, commniider, R.N. m. Carolinr-, 
eldest dftuf^bter of Admiral Western, 
aad dyioff iii 1830, at Condi «iir Noi- 
reau. in r«orniaiidy,wutbere buried, 
Icaviti)! twu daugbttrn. 
FrancfA-Rousilia, m. in I8n6, to Henry 
Dickinson, esq. of Ibe Eu«t India 
Coni|>any'» Civil Service, and hat 
iuae. 
EHzabetli, m. first, to M. Hoy, ««q. of 
Midenhury House, Hants, and se- 
condly, to CoptAin Geori[e Main- 
waring, royal nrlillery- 
Mary, tt. youna iind unmarried, 
i^arub, died an iufant. 
Marfjoret, m. to tbe Rev. Allen Mor;;an, 
of New lloM, in Wexford, and bas 
issue. 
Mr. Dyne Bradley died in 1020, devisin); 
Gore C«url, togetber witb other estates and 



exlentive Woodlands, in Kent, to bis widow, 
for life, wilb remainder (o his eldest sob, 
Francis, (llio present possessor) in fee, upon 
whose mfirria^, in I9ii, bi« molber anr- 
rendered her life estate to him, and he went 
to reside at Gore Court 

Mr. Hyutf Bradley was author of >ob» 
publkaliotis un Titbea, wbtcb sllracted at(M»- 
liun doring tbo discussion of tbsl itueslioo 
previous ti> tbcir commutation. 

Amu — Qnarlrrlr, firat and fourib, aa, a 
fesse cnj[. arc. in chief a mullet between nro 
crosses fonnle fitchee, all witbln a bonlure. 
also entailed of tbe last for BnADtaT. 
Second and third ar^. two bars gemcUes be- 
tween three escallops gn. for DvNK- 

Cr«f»— First, a dester arm, emboweilio 
armonr boldinjc a buttle nxc, all ppr. for 
BxADLSr; second, an hernldic antelope's 
bead erased, armed and maued, or, laogved 
gn. for Utno. 

£ttaUt~la Keol. 

Sett — Gore Court, near SiiUngboanw. 






BEAUMOXT, OF BARROW-UPON-TRENT. 

BEAUMONT, JOHN. esq. of Barmw-npon-Trvnt, inihecountyof Oerbj.&.'J'iaJ 
July. 1826, succeeded his father, lltb March, 1834. 



liiuage. 






i *. 



The ancient family of BKAitMoMT deduces 
Its deftct'Ql from tbe early sovereigns of 
France, Hud was established in Eofclaud by 
Ht>KT DEBriL'MoNT, SOU of Lewis de Bri- 
rnne. by Ajtnrs. his wife. ViscouuleM Ho 
Beauiiinnt and MMvne.wbMcanic, oec^ording 
to ^iii-ral sii|i|Hraiti()n, from bis nalirr cuun- 
Irv, attbeitiHlanrtrufC^urm IClkamok. consort 
ftf Edward I. nnd hurt* many eminent em- 
ptoymRBis ill the state, fur which he ar()uircd 
considerable irrritorisl grants, and was vuin- 
rounrd to Pnrliamrnt as n Bjko^i in 13(10. 
For mure Jiinple ilelails of ihio distin;;«iislie<l 
nnblrmati, and fur full )mrtirnUn t>( his im- 
iDKdlate sui:cesiiur», refer to Bt'aaa's Ex- 



tinct and Dornuitl Ptrrafjt and Brau's 
Perrapr unit llaroKttage, His direct de- 
scendant, 

SiK TiloMAx BlAUHnjiT, knt. I^ord of Bas- 
querTitle, in Nonuandy,and captain ofGal- 
liardtf. (second son of Jobs Lord Bcaunvoat, 
knight or the Gsrter.) was retained with 
John Plaotagrni't. Dukcof HrdT'ird, lt«si!lil 
of Franee, trmji. HrMtv VI. to srrre In Ibc 
French wsrs. He m, Phtliiipa, daB](k(rr 
and heir of Thomiu Msnrvward, ea*). of 
Coleorton, in tlie county of Leic«Mer, aftd 
d3-iagin 1467. leH two sons, 

f, Jnit\ ^Sir), knt. of Coleorton. slain at 
Ton ton. fik;btin|[ for the Red Kow, 
^ih March. MHl. Hewasancevtor 
or flic Hrti'MoMTSof Coleoripa, aev 

represented by 
!<iKGr.oHur.-HowuT(l>>Wii.UH'ail> 
IT Bui'tto<vT.bwt.afCaleonaa. 
II. TiioHU, of whoM Um wc iMva li 
treat. 
Thr second son, 

THoutn BtAi'HOVT, e«i. was seated at 
TbringstoD, near Coletuiun, in the coanty of 
Leicester, and was living there in l4tA5. 'lie 
M. .\nnr, dHOgbur of Sir Bobsn MolOB, of 
Pecklelon. in tbe same shirr;, and left alhn 
drreMsr n son and niccessor, 

TiioM*» Bi:«i'VONT. esq. of Tbriaptos, 
wbo gnntrd, sbout the year 1&90, lo J«ha 



BEAUMONT, OF BARROW-L'PON-THENT. 



305 



BiwnnT. Mq. of Culcurion, itiiil William 

CklWu.lmJl ill ^ulrn lltiiliiigtoii, Ilrtiugh- 
tn* i*rt«t«Oald, M'imritwtdili), nnd l^ugli- 
Wta«gb. for ihf |>it}iitrntoriicrrt:itii)CArl]r 
rtmt. fl« n. Anne, dHugbtrr of Harconrt, 
ud had, brnidn Iwo ilauKht«rs, Mxry, m. to 
Rtcbard Starvy,of BriianiloD, and DorDthy, 
«.loiafaJi Riipwudcn.two sons, 

I. Jnuv. who |iarrliHwil the silc of the 
Prior]) uf Cr-ti-tdieii, in 1530. He 
«rM turf r} or of I^'irffitf rehire for the 
Cr«wa, and lubyccjuFDUy mailer of 
the rolUt which npiwintmeiiti he tv- 
•|ned la 1W2. a thort period befort* 
litt ir-rfAff. This Irnrned person, m. 
' !lit, ilniitfhler of Lawrence 
Mj. (if Duiton, in Cheshire, 
.1 '. I ' )i\ her * d;tugbt4fr, Anne.iN. 
Ci-i. :.. — Dulloii.eMi.andACcoudtjr, 
lo Th4NU* Afthby. tiq. of Lo»eby. 
Hvwrdded secondly, Klizjibelh.f Idi-sl 
tmaffitter and co^ht^ir of Sir William 
HjuHbuft, knt. ^ouiigt-r brother of 
0«acx« Cirl ot^ Huntingdon, und 
by ker, who WAS liTing in 1074, had, 
(Htti olWr is«ur, n son »nd sncci'Mor, 
8iitFlu*<ci» Bt.\i'Hu]>iT.of tiracc- 
dien. one of (he judffe!:> of the 
C<Kirl of f'lininioii Fleas, Icnip. 
Qwpm Et.l/AtlRTIl. (Irtii. Atiiie, 
. daughter of 8ir Geor^r Pierre- 
pcdat, km. of lloliiie-I'ierre- 
■HHOl, Id the county of Noltin^- 
Mm, and relit-t of Thomas Tho- 
Toiii e»q. of Mnrslon, in Lin- 
colnshire, by whum be left al his 
dereasr. "i-M April, lUW, tbreu 
•ana and m dsiif^hter, viK. 

1. HrsKT, (SirjknUofGraee- 
dira.nbom.Barbam.daoKh- 
tvT of Antboiiv Paunl, esq. 
of Ku^too, anil had hv her, 
(who m. sri^ndly Sir flenry 
||ur|ii]r, liaroiift, of Cnlke,) 
an ouly dAughter and heir, 

DinBAHA, born is S«p- 
irmber, 100&, two 
months after herfnthcr's 
dealb, hi. first, to Juhn 
Harpor.e*!). vfUoil.M.v- 
and»pi:i>riilly loSirWol- 
■tjin Dixie, bort. by 
whom >hi- had issue. 

2. Joiis. b. in I6K2. who tuc- 
creded his brother St Once- 
dieu, and was created a Ba- 
■OKKT. Vnh Jane, 1030. 
Thisp'ntleniBn enjoyed coa* 
■iderable rt-puUilioii aa a 
port, aud is hli{hly com- 

■dcd by bia contrmpo- 
rarirs. His chit'f work was 
•' HoiiMorth Finld." a poem, 
ftrseriptive of tin? fiunoiis 
haul* AMifbl there between 



RiciURD 1(1. and the Earl 
of ttiehniond, mrrilin^ (lo 
quote the opinion of Hcnd- 
ley) republication, for the 
easy tlowofit« numbers and 
the spirit with which it i« 
written. His minor pro- 
dnetinns have been much 
admired, and ihc reraes lie 
addre^ed lo A'lay JamES I. 
on the true form of En);lisb 
poetry, entitle their author 
to a place amonic the most 
jndicioua critics of bia time. 
SirjAbnm.Elisaheth.dauRh- 
ter of John Fwrtewue. esq. 
and ^real-f;re»t-)i;rHnduu|;h- 
t«rof.SirRichanl Pole.K.G. 
by Alnr^art'l, dau(;hter and 
hfir of Ueorfre DukvofCla- 
rrnce, brotherto EdwardIV. 
jtnd bad seven vonti and four 
d»ughu-r»." Of the former 
all d. I. p. except the sixth, 
TiioMAH (Sir), third barl. 
of Gniredicu, who died 
7tb July. \t\m, U-sTinff 
Uro duuKhters, bin co- 
licirs. viz. 

CKcav, m. lo RoseitT 

Hkai;mo\t, esq. of 

Harrow -upon -Tren l. 

Vekk, m. lo Sir John 

Hayney, bart. 
Mahy, hi. to Ueorf;« 

Morton, esq. 
jAsr, m. to Charles 

Byerley, esq. 
Annr, ni. to Robert 
Pawley, e«q. 
3. Pii.ixci<t,bornatOmeediea, 
in KVM.tliecelebrnled r>ra- 
muticpoel. lo 1.^66, thisdis- 
tinKvished person was ad- 
mi(led(withbi» two brothers. 
Henry and John,) a )cent]e> 
uian commoner of Brond- 
fpite'a Hall, now Pemhrr)k« 
College.fJiford, and be sub- 
sequently became a member 
of the Inner Temple. The 
Draranlir rau»i> had. how- 
ever, too many attrnctions lo 
allow him lu apply with 
mticb assiduitv to the dry 
study of the laws, nnd «4 
early a« Ifl07, when Bkau- 
HoM wan in his twenty-GrsI 
year, hi» lirsl piny, in con- 
janrtiun with FLrTnira, is 
dated. Tlir* rnnuftion of 
these KifttMl writers conii- 
tiued during the abort spas 



* Vox fnlW dtpiatU, m» Uvaas's fjaael Ainnftafr. 



BEAUMONT, OF BAaROW-UPON-TUENT. 



of HoAumout'ft life, nud Ihc 

producttung of wtiJrb Uicy 

wt-'rv joinlly stiUiors, liivc 

rrerhrld ateryll^liplACft in 

EitnliAh lilflraiuiv. Francis 

BvaumoolM. rniila,t]aoKfa- 

l«r ftttd co-ht-ir «f Henry 

Itley, laq. ofSumlridife. in 

Keal. and dird Uth Mnrch. 

ISItf. and 30. Iraving 

EUawetb. w ho m. « SiH)tth 

roloii^l. itiid wa« rpsi- 

dentin Srollnnd in IG82. 

FranoaMt living anm. iu 

1700, at B very advHnc-d 

age. itt wliicn time site 

piijuyH a |>en«inii from 

ihv T)iiL.o o( Onuoud, 

in whour family i^be Imd 

livrd aa a domratic. 

1. FJtEabetb. h. I6B0. M. to 

Tbunuu! 8«yliard. rsq. 

tl. Edward, of wboae dcscendanta wc 

have uuw tu trrat. 

The aisrond son of Tbomaa Bfanmont, 

EnwAnD IJi.AiaoKTt f»n. willed nt (lar- 
run--u[HJB-Trrnl. In the rminty of Derby, 
about the year 1060. IK'ni. AunF,d&u|;hter 
nnd boir of MileAt«, of l»ckinf^on. in L«i- 
cestrrnhira, and bad a ion and »ucc(-tt»or, 

WiujAH Uk-ilhont, CTcj. ot Barrow- 
iipoii-Trvnl, who m. Elisabeth, dagsltter of 
— 8uttoa, m\. of Derhv, and by iMs Indy 
(who had tlin liniiour ni cuterUiiiiiiig Mary 
guom of Scots,) had U9u«, 

I. Edward. di«d young. 

II. Frakcis, anix-casor to bis fathrr. 

III. Edward. iv. William. 
V. ('hriHtojthor. vi. Thomas. 

I. EUaabvlli, m. to I- lUnnet.of Drrby. 

II. Dorothy. M. to W. Ntalc, of I>erby. 

III. Helen. tv. Mary. 
\. Anof. VI. JttUf. 

Mr. UrnimKfuldied'Wth Jsly, IMn.and was 
9. by his son, 

FKA\ciiiBa*lnt.'Sr,eMi.ofliarrow-opon- 
TsDiit, a totOur in the Mrvict* of Chaklkii I. 
wbo Rl. Elisabeth, daughter and heir uf 
BloMHi Braevbridp;, eai). of Twtford, io ilte 
co«Dlv nf Drrby, and had isaur. 

I^dward. who waa diaiiiheritcd, aod rf. 

anm. is Frmoce.in loa>. 
JoMN, aucccaaor to hia faibnr. 
i* Anne. 

l|p^r liennmont dird *ind January, ICIAI, 
aged U2, and mas >. by bis son. 

JoM!>> HraIMoNT, <*»q. of B*ITOW-up<tll- 
Trent, wl»o m. hrit, l>orolhy. daii|;blcr »t 
Jiibn Powtrtll, esq. of WrsI Tlalloni, in 
Drrbyahtre. by whom hi- had iMue. and 
ac<-oodly, Barbara. dAuefatcr of F-:<lwnnl 
WillooKhbY, I'SH' o^^ C^ttiarn, in Nottinn- 
haaiahirv, by whom he left at liia decease, 
with other iMo*. a mii and succraaor, 

RiiKKKT lluiiHaNT, e»«t. of Barrow-upoD- 



Trvot, aired kt<?m. in 1003, who m. 
Cecily. dau|thtcr aiaJ co-beir of .Sir Tb 
llraumont, bart of Oraoedivu, aitd bad If^ 
ber, who 4. in IflBT, a soa anddaagbtrr, via. 
John, his h«ir. 

Barbara, abhtvsof at-onvent inFIaadcn. 
Mr. Beanmont m. aecuiidiv, Jane, widow of 
FranL-is Lowr, «sq. of Old (In-avr*. and 
danjcbler aod beir of Jobn Middlr-lon, r»q. 
of Wnndeslrj, Notts, by whnm he luid a 
son. Frances, who died anm-, and titirdly, 
Winifred, daiieblrr of Pram-ia l>Mfe, rs<). 
by whom hi> had no issue. Itr died 2im1 
January. \Tifi-7, and was i. by bis son. 

John BkjU'ho^t. er«|. of Barrow-npqo- 
Trrnl. &. in lOM. who m. Misa J 
Juhnpi>n. niece of Tiiomaa Allestm. 
nf Alvaston, in ibe ounly of I>rrbr,nnd 
her, who d. Illh June, 17M). agml 7!', I 
waa buried at Barrow, had iasne, 
JoHW, his heir. 

Roben. 6. in 1731, m. Ann Wild, nnd 
hv her, wbo di*^ 6tli 8ep|rmbcr, 
I7H4. seed :)'J. Irnalbisdrcvase. Ulh 
SfiitcnilKT, ITlW, Bp'd 64, one am 
and two daugblem. «ir. 

JoHM. sncceMor to his uaele. 
Annt'. widow of the late Rer. C 

Ailsop, vicjir of Sbeepsbcad. 
Mary -Joyce. 
Edward, in holy orders of Ibe cbnnlk 
i>f Rome, h. in 1733. •/. at Nor- 
vtich, inAo);n«l.l83i». 
Fmnt^is, A. in 1737, rf. 2Hlh June. 
iMOn, IravinK, by ElUabeth IlibWrt, 
bi9 wife, a dan., Joyre, wife of Rev, 
Chrintopber IKHhdey, tnrtOT ofSwiw- 
nerlon, in the roanly orStalfonL 
Barbara, ^ 

Jnyi-r, t all died yoBiig* 

Catherine, J 
Mr. Branmunt i^. Illh OctolM-r, \TCA, a^vl 
7*i, and was i. hy his ridrsi aqo, 

Jmik lUti'Miivr, esq. of Barrow-opOA- 
Trent, who rf.unm.'Jlst July, lH08,aced7S[, 
■nd was s. by hi* aepbew, 

JoHW BPACNOwrr. e«q. of Barrow-^oa 
Trent. A. !£lnl January, I77[>, a magialnlp 
and depaty-lieutetianf for the raonty «f 
Derby, who m. 'Hnh Augusl. \»3^, the lltw. 
Mnry-Elir-abrih Curuin, third dauKht^r of 
Natkaniel. aeeond Lord Scarsdale, aod bait, 
Jniid.bis beir. 

Rnberl'Canton.A. KHb Uecembar.lMr. 
Edwant, i. 'iinh July. IHW. 
Henry. 
Mr. Ilcaamoiili/. I Ith Marrb. IKM.atid waa 
f. by biflcldesi son the prt>aent JoHm BtMi- 
MuivT. taq. of Barrow-apun-TnrnL 

Armtt — .%x. aeoWWt of fleara-de-Ua. a hma 
rampant, or. 
f'f««i— Onarhap^aacra.ationpaaaantfM. 
•WoTfa — Em'-tn* mm eWtus. 
iulNlc*-^In Derbysbife. 
Seat — Ban Dw-Mpon-T rent. 



ERLE-DRAX, OF CHARBOROUGH. 

DRAX-ERLE SAWBRIDGE, JOHN-SAMUEL-WANLEY, ewi. of Cbarborcwigh 
Ptrk, in the county of Dornet. and of EUerton Abbey, 
in Yorkflhirc. It. Uth Ortober. 1800. m. Ut Mny, 1827, 
at Si. Gcorgo'B Church, Hnnm'er Square, London, Juw- 
FroDces, only daughter of Richard- Erie- Drax GroAVfnor, 
esq. and hu iuuo, 

Mam-Caruline. 

Sarah France** Elizabeth. 
This lut-iitloman, wIhim pelronvmic is Sawbrihof. rmc- 
TMMlcd In thr estati!!! in ri^hl of his wift, itpun the dctuise 
of that lady's brother, Richard-Edwanl Krle-Dnix, cm., 
13th August, 18'28. and assumed in consequence, the sur- 
names aod amu* of Kiii.c-Drax. He is Captain in the 
East Kont miUtia, and Captain Comniaudani of th« Char- 
borough Yeotnanr)' Cavalry, which troop ho raifted and 
nlai^taia(^d nt liis umd expense during the dislnrhances in 
the year 1810- 

lineage. 





TW ErIeD are of sncirnl nud knightly 
fc i « nt The Dr«l iticrvtor th.it cM-cur:* jit 
Ikr pw^icr*^ u Hrnrv itr Rrlf. Lord of 
Krwtua tn SomffrM:>ii>Vlrr. ^t Uksky IIL, 
lat dw family wm Iuii){ previously ■«ltlf«l 
ta tW coaviy : «o far bnck as the 7lh 
Hnar II. Jeha tlv Erlrf^h |)siil tire marks 
fif Jk» KOftlR* of his lands at llri!kiii^fi)u 
' rr. He died II 1I>'-^HV IL 

■BOHiedf^d hy WiLir^M m KairtiH. 

-'- - ••ftril in li'ild «knii:br» 

fr* I Kill);, by wbirh hr li.td 

• ri, ' I. ml" rliiiii. TUlrt \Vi|. 

hfli liM»*lcd 111 ' '. ]> i I'riurr. and «m« 
iMbctof John (I', i.rl' „-['. wtiu |i.-ii(i iivut.ii;<- 
4|Clc«lAK»l.aad I J<iii\,tivMiii);ltii- manor 
■4 lnndrv<l of N"rtli Piibxrloit, in lhi> 

of Siimrrwt. n<' U-ft a «iiii and 
»Tir. WtMiaiii dn Krlt*iEli, wbn hnd 
««■• '^J.i.ft. 12 llf.SRV ill. niid 

Hi< <ft Ihtrtri and Sutnt-m^t in 

%ri )<Ar. Tliif drsi'red^nt nf the Isller, 
Imi> Bt Erik, arrvrd ill tbn St-oltisb iviir* 
•f ftac mmu-<-i< t' tjirifl of 

A* ki» caMiBti' ■birf 

ttai^ Kdvaiid It M !• ^i.i[i>iM.iL, ."Ml Joii\ 
M KaiJAH. kiU'iidrd the Itlark Phcrc ar 
•• bstttr ' '^-■■'-m. nnd partiri{iiiltrd in 

•ti*»h bx M.. I 'I ,>i"l iili'n prisuavr, 

Md •■ raMMMa. WM ' II n COnsi- 

lifafclr pc-rti'ui iiT h ' itibcritatMV. 

Bs aas * I Uie rMnnimler by hi* ' 

•UmI Umh . .!V UE EatRUH, wbuac , 

^ AMfkiM. JkUnfuvi.* marryii^ Jubn 

tTWVvvwt ««4dMl tojlv. Wstlw Xadjs, 



% 



St. Mnur. convoyed f(i her husband i)ia 
mniior uf IWkinglon. 

The descendant of a branch uf this ancient 
line. 

Walter Erlc. eFq. (»on of John Erie 
of Culbamptoii in Uevon, by Tbomasiiip, 
diiugbtrr of— Brare, i>f SomtTflolshln', mid 
tnindf-un ol Jiibii Krlr of Culhumpton, who 
wai AOn of .lokn lb<^ fwrond nnii of John Erie 
of Ashhurron ill hemn,) bfciitiiF (loKessed 
of Charborouffb. in tbrrounlv of [>arscl. by 
liti mnrriiiKcwUh Miirf;<-r\. diiiii-bt^r and co- 
h<'irof KivliunI W ikri. of fhiirbiiroucli, who 
UaA itilitTifi-i! riiiirtiurouKb from lite f»mJly 
i»f Camrl of Sbiikwyrke and Churborough. 
Walter Krie li. in I6HI, leaving isaue, 
TiloHAfi, his heir. 

Honor, m. to Join Oiffard, esq. «f 
Brifthtley. (Seep.ttO.) 
The ijon and heir, 

TtiiiM\.<> EHif-. r»q. of CbarborouRh. whn 
m. Il'iroihv, iliiu^bicr of William Pole. eM). 
of (!olum|>iiin, in tlir rounty of Devon, and 
by btrr. who tm. 'indly, Sir Waller Vaughaflr 
knl. kiid tuitue, 

I. W.^LitH, his hrir. 

II. nbr(9lt.>pb<''r.ofStoannhiBterMArsliAl, 

III. Jiiliii, if. tounit. 

IV. Thitmnt, A. ^minc tti lAVS. 

I. E]iziil>c-ib, m- lu Sir Richonl Strode, 
km. of Devon. 

II. Doruiby.rf. youne. 

Tliniim-t Erlr di'd iMtli Msrvli, 1507. and 
was inirrred at En«i MorHi-n,«lirrr « liand- 
Hoini' iHotinrarni fg prevtrd to his mrmory. 
His son and suce<>*fiflr, 

Sir Waltf-r Kiti.f, of ('Iinrboroujjb. r^ 
erivrd Uie boiioiir of kiii>;lilbo(Ht in Iftlfl, 
and in 1641, was one of thr insnsi^rrsainiJBKt 



308 



ERLE-DRAX. OF CKARBOROUGH. 



11ii> Earl of Stnfford at hU trial. On thf 
biTakiDK oHl of \he cnil wart be siilrd 
witli the parliamrnl. and the acti*r part be 
bort in tiKMc BDltnmit tirDc*. mny hr awn 
in Mutihwortb and W^billock. lie was go- 
trmor of Ilorrhriter and ItcaKiaaBt of th« 
Ordnancr. in wbitb Uuer appointment hr 
■accf«dcd Mr. rym in 1043. In KM.*) be 
drcipbervd fcime important Irtten which 
had been inlrrrcptci). and rvo-ivrd Tor 
tht« MTvtrp tlip tlinnks t>( thr HdUM* of 
Communn. In 104(1, hr waa nno of the four 
commtMiionrra to the King for {imrt*; and in 
1647, a commiaaloo paaaed for him to h« 
Diaiter of the Ordnaaw. Sir Walter, loge- 
t)>cr wilh Mr. Ilollif, inil other Kphori, (lu 
Lord ('Inri'nilnn »tylrs them), nnd 7(NN) foot, 
8(ai horw. nnd foor pri-trs of cuunnn, cnme 
from W)-IU lo Slii-rbuurnr to oppoee the 
Marqiiui of Hertford. On thr approach of 
the Rarl of (.'arruarvon. he raised the aiege 
of Corfe Caalle, 

Sir Waiter m- Anne, ilaut^litf r xnd heir of 

Prsnris Dvmoke. and atstrr yf Sir Hvnry 

tlymokr, L.nl. and njtb her nctiulrcd Uie 

manors of FrcLington and Pipe, in Uie 

county of WMrurirk, «« hirh he lold, 1 

CNAHLFi I. to Kir Walter Devereux, hart. 

By Ibia Indy. who i. in XUV be had iaau«, 

THOMA>,a^d3,inlfr2-').whoni.Sitaanna, 

4lh dan^htrr of Willinm Fiennea, Mrd 

ViBcount Swy nml 8rl<', and hy her, 

who m. 3ndly, Ilohert Hawley, r»q. 

left at his deceaae, which occurred 

during the lifetirae of )u« fatJior. iwo 

tons and two dnuKbten. The rormer 

were Walter. wbu w. Anne,d»ti^bter 

of TboiBW Trfuchard, vu^. and Tlio- 

MjU, of whom prcaeolly, as aucceaaor 

to hia grandfather. 

Anne, m. to Norton of Hampshire. 

Sir WalU'r died In lOO&.nnd hia boo having 

prr-drreaaed bini. tlie eatalv* eventually de- 

Tolved on hi* griudaon. 

OHMiRit. TitoMJi^ CKI.e. orCbarhorough, 
a tnililary otFirer of bixb ri'niilation, mtio 
•ammanded in Ireland and FUnd'-ra in ibe 
war* of A'iMj/ Wii.iuh and UuftH AKsr: 
in 1714 bff wu appointed lia-utenant-general 
of the Urdaace. gorcmor of Portamouth 
and Soolhvea Cattle, and lo 1710 made 
general of font. He wm ItLcwiae pritv 
founrillor lo Qiweii \\\t. and OkiiHuk i, 
" At the battle of Agbrim in 1<B)I, Mi^"''* 
ffrnrral MacLay, obMrvlag aeveral bodiea 
of the eneioy'i bor«« ana fiKrt draw dIT 
from the tine and move fa«ard» ibe road, 
where they were hard put to it by the Eng- 
liab, laid hold of the opportunity, and 
ordered bin troop* to marvh over (he hog 
whivh fronlrd tltr rnemy'a main IkmIv. Tht> 
reglmrnta of FaLP., llrrDerl. L'rcigbtoD, and 
Brewer, going over the narrowcit place, 
nhere the bedgca oo the botlilr vide ran 
farthett toto the hog, Uicy bad orden to 



march to the luweat of the dilclie« a4ia{>- 
ing to llic kide of Ibe bog. and there to patA 
theniaclfea till the horse should rome ahoat 
by Afhrim Coslle and «u»f.iiri tbrtn, and liJI 
the odier foot bad marrbrd ovr-r the nihrf 
bog before, where it wm bnuidcr. and were 
anpporled h> poulks aud Brigadier Stsan'a 
regiment. Krle't, and the other ibroa rr> 
gimenu, pur«uant to their ordera. adtvietJ 
over the bog, moat of tbrni pauitng np tn the 
middle in tnnd and water; and upon Uirir 
near anproarb lo thr ditihr*. received the 
enerny a fire. v«bioh yet did not binder tbem 
from marr.hing to the luwrot hedge, and 
heating the Irinh from tlietn, and »o on from 
hedge to hedge, till they were got *erj 
near their main body. But the Iriah had 
H well ordered the maltrr, that they bad 
an eaay pasaage far Iheir borae aaoeait all 
Ibrae hedgea and ditcliea ; which yet heiag 
obaerved oy the valiant Colonel Erie, he 
encouraged ni* men by trlliag them, "there 
WM no way to come off but to be braee .' 
However, the EngU«h brinic both AanlLrd 
mikI froDled, aud expMcd lo all the mea^'a 
(ire from the nrighlmuring hedge*, were 
forced from their gnMind,andohUged to fr* 
treat agnii) to tlir bog with conaJdcnUa 
loaa. And amongst otneni, the hraT« colo- 
nels Erlf .itid Herbert being made pri»ofMf% 
the former, after b^iog twice tahro smI 
reUketi, at last got clear of the eormy ; b«t 
the other (aa waa reported), waabarbvooalr 
iDiinlered by the Iri^h. wWn tbay MW W 
v«aa likely lo he n'WTwd." * 

Geticr;il Krle coinnianded aa lieutmuUlt* 
general the centre uf the onny at the ballfa 
of Almanaa in 17<kl. aa the Earl of Oftlwajr 
did tlie left VI log, and loal hia risbt band io 
the engagement. 

Thia gallant officer m. Kliiahrll 
daiighirr ofjSir William Wv i ■ 
Orchard ^vmlbain in Souk 
dying in 17*iil, left an only d. >• ir, 

FRASCf.t EHt-r. of Oiart'-t — :.. *»hm 
eapou»ed Sir KdwanI t^nle.f barl. of Uad< 
dington. ill the county of Wilta. M. P. foo 
Wareham, and dying in ITIttt, left as oolf 
dnugbler and heir, 

F.u/ABf.ni EasLf . of ChartiArotigb, wW 
m. IU\Kv Diitx,: eM). of Rllvrton Abbv^ 



* Krntwt't HtMiiry, Y>d. U. p. IfOl TaadA 
CoBUtiuiiUfta, Vol. 1. p. 171. 

r !U« family of Kaioa «f E»i wii utwuao^ it 
conrlamn. 

; Tb^faaiily of Dm •;-: •- h~a B»- 

cintlv teatMl in llie nun ■ la totf, 

ColoBol Urai, Colonal Uo(u>nrij. « oioaei Wi<> 
rood, and othar eataltva, tertag ««wi»wta< iMr 
vctaiM uto nooey, aad am haiag bM* m nmit m 
EDgiltiitl under the uaurpalioa. rmrvd t» !!•%•• 
dors, vtlier* t'oliin*! Unii actfairvd. Is • fcw 
y*»n, an eaiaie of 8 or ^ 9.000 |«v mnuau aad 
nurned the daughtw of tha Cari of Carftd«V tltm 
pittprwtor of tha lalMd* 



ERLE-DRAX, OF CHARBOROUGH. 



209 



Tirksbirr. M. H. for Lymp R<>p'ii and 
rwrhan, nnil •rrrrliir; tu f'mlerii-k, 
•T*?*'^- •'• ^^ ^^r%. ■Dtl li> bim, who liicd in 
176.. 

I LRU-DRiX, hfir to both b» 

mrvaUu 
Effwanl. of Mflcotnbe Rrgis, suecesAor 

k. 
?««il' ngrd 7. 

■ih. M. Ui (II ^u;:n<il(i9, fourth 

rl nf RrrlLrlry, «iiil 2iiilly, tt> Ro- 

Wrl Viaoouiii (tlnrc. Her ladyship 
rf.r2&lli June. I71^2. 
Muy, M. to John Durbin, t-Aq. of 

Brwtol. 
Hiuriol, m. to Sir WillUm Hnnham, 

hart. 
Sw n BaUt, m. Isl to Willjnni Crnrrtiri, 
rM). aliirrtn*ii of l^tiidon. nml 2ii<liy, 
la 1777, to John Touchet, KHrl of 
C«stlcb»vcn. The coantew tf. 3Isi 

' m 1751. 
Rmlc and Erie d. in I7W, 
Md «A» 4. tik li«r rlilfsi fton, 

TW»«aa Eklk-Dmay, <^, of Clivrbo- 
mvftu «rlM «. MKrv, diiu|{1itt>r of Loril St. 
'A* of BIftthor, bill it. wiibout iftfiie in 
I'M, mgtd 07, wbrti be wis i. by his hiiy- 

BB«»«r »"- - ^i(, of ChftrbnrnnKh.vrbo 
«. lOtb 1. Mnry, d.ui^lapr uf 

4«iBh*Bi I ..^.v.,.,1. cu|. of llctibury, atid 
M M imW dfluifhtrr antl lirirtM. 

JbftAS-l- ins. h - Uka^. uf CImrlKirouifb. 
■W n. I .. I7M8, KicbHnI V.r'W- 

"•■■r, i»'^ : .r Wc»t I^ior, lii-{il|cw 

if BMard, Eart itrmrruor, nml ibm gm- 
tfcBM aMOBkpd io rau»-i|ti«'n('r of liia ninr- 
TMt*.tiM>Mirnanir nud druiit of Kiii.r-I)n t \. 
TW inve mrrr our M>ti and a iLni^lili^r, 
*^ 

llimABft>Fj«««Hfi. (be brir. 

--■irtii hrrbrotb'T. 

. '/. »th Fcliruary. 

:" AUd lus wldiiur (llir brirt'iu 

M.on I'ltli Juuf, \*i£i, Ttit-y 

■\ j-on, 

Kxi.r-l>(UX, t»q. of 

i^ti .(HM (.(It-rtdu Alibcy, rt. nnm. 

I Aay«»f. IVth. ami wn» r hy bis ii)_itt'r, 

J*. I L •. .v/ tk tMi.p.-l)xit\,«IiohftiI HI. in 

fc .ir. JoitN-S*"*! KL-W-tM-KY 

ft««i . . . J. Aod tiia( K'-'titlemon buviDp 
WMBrd Uir •uniitmr uiid iirnit "f Km l- 
Pk««. h the t>'^**'°i i»^**i-»H'r itf Cmar- 
— ■ ! ■■ PiHA, 4c. 

CnU tr EtrttllMVTtflv. 

TW &?<'" "' 1^ " lillbuinptOD and Mnd- 
^pa«, « . . -b ul tbr nrukut uud 

Ifl^tK . __ic Miur tianii\ ><> luug 

n» iDticv of 8ag»r\ and \l Uu. 

'-ly.) 




MtniAP.r. KRKLF.Mq. of Bourtoa, lineally 
tlfH-fuded from Itti bard dp Frnlc nf F!rnli.*, 
liviri)C ffm/>. IIfvky 111. sirred «4 rtbcrifr 
of Uiltftbire 23iid Euzasetii. [It> in. Int. 
Mnry. only d>iu^h(cr and btir of Kot;er 
Finniranrr, esq. of Wflbnm Hoiiw, in (bir 
pari«b of (.'iilnr, Willn, Hud by fatr hnd two 
tcoi Hnd two duiit-blrrs, 

John (Sir), kn(. of Wbrlbam, miceMor 
of Ibc EiiNI.Fdof WHr.TiiAW, in Wilt- 
shire, who iirt^ now rpprt>sent«-d by 
Mnjor-g^enfmlJANEii Kyri-k-Mosrv 
of Much Miircle in Herefordshire, 
and of Wbo(biini in Wilubire. (See 
rul. iii. p. 016.) 
TliiliHrd. 
l^lary. m. to William BlAck«r, esq. of 

Ni'w Sorum. 
Cecilia, m. to William Uaniel, esq. 
Micbxei Frnlr wi*dded ^mlly. Susan, rliletl 
dHii|;liter «nd co-ht'ir of Sir SValtcr Huncer- 
fonl. knt. of Farley CiiMie. in Sonu-rselsliire, 
I'liiest jon of Wnltrr. I»ni Hiin^crl'nrd, nnd 
by ber, wbo m. 'iiidly, Sir Cary Kcynulds. 
knt. wan («ibrr of 

Fnwitnn Khtclk, ew). of Etcbilbnmpton in 
Wiltshire, baptised at (.'iilnt? itb Ut't-eniber, 
I6K7. srlio tn. Urrtnidt.'. diiuf^lilLT of John 
81. howK, esq. of Kni|;b('Hi, tn the »>ime 
coanly, and by her, ^vliui/. 'i\el April, IW2, 
lind tmo sunn, vis. 

Wjilteh (Sir). hi« heir. 
Micbnel, (t( Drimithid'-. in Willdliiri'. 
who m. T^Inrr. dauKbtfr of William 
Witlier.eaq.of Mauydown,ia Hauls. 
and w)U) ancrstor uf Ibir Krnles nf 
BTinisUdi'. now rciireBeuted by Siii 
Flu^cl» BfRDFTT, bart. 

Mr. Ernlp J. 3(lth Novttnber, 1660. was 
buried at Hiahop's Cannings, and i. by his 
son. 

Sir WnirFK Ett«ii.r^ nf Etrhilhampton, 
who wan t-ffali-il n lliKoMTlZnil bVbniary, 
IW)I)-1. Hi-n> Miirlbn.dniiKbterof Kdward 
Tuokrr, rsq. of Miiddiiittt<"*( <»)<^ sislprand 
ru-beir of ^ir t*ilir« Tuokcr, bnrt. and had 
by her ( wbo wr» buri(>d at Maddinglon Hth 
May, lOtW) two torn uiid a d»u^bt^r, viz. 

1, KtiwAitD, b. 17lb Or(olM'r, \MU , m. 
Aiinr. dftii^htfr of Rdw.ird Anbe, 
ewi.of Huytmbarv.in WilL^bire.und 
dyine c- p- ^><> Juuc. I67&, tcU 
iuur, 

Waltkr. attcvtssor to his grand- 

falhrr. 
FltH tiir>, brir to bi* brullicr. 
Mikiharl, burird ut hihbop'a Can- 

iiini;» latli Novfuiber. IW7'I. 
Elizabf ill. lit. to Tliomo* S(rt((pr- 
deo, eM^. wbo took (bu suniAme 
of Vmx, iind 'indly, to John 
Cojlplon, ffti^. U> the foruurr 
sbu IvH a utu, 
P 



310 



ERLE-DRAX. OP CHARHOflOUOH. 



llnKRY Dtt4X,i!M).or Ellcrlon 

Abbey. w)m m. EHtabelb, 

obIji lurvivini; daughter niid 

h«ir ofSiR Edward Ernls, 

bnrt. 

II. Walirr, of Conock. in Wiltfttiirc. 

high )>lt*-riir uf thai CDuiily in 1710; 

m. Marv, »i»(er and rci-hrir of An- 

tboay liungerruril, v»*\.o{iiif L*'i){h, 

iMiir CbrickUtlf, »imI djlii]; 'i7tb 

Jinimry, I73(^t. left iuur, 

I. W*LTi.|i(Str). of CuRtwk. wbfl 

inhi-rttrd Ihr ll«H»vr.TiY on thr- 

lii-misf of bis couxin, Sir E<l< 

wjinl Ernlv. biirt. of Mftdditis- 

toD. Sir Wnltrr H. *. p. 16lb 

July, l?32.nKcdMI. 

3. Joiix (Sir), of Coiiork, b»rt. 

rpctor of All CanniiigH, Witto, 

n. Klizubclb. dati)Ehtrr or John 

Smith, r8i|. orAIUih, tiiitl d. SOllt 

, Mnrcb. 1734, IraviuK aii only 

■uniting dnu|>hl(-r nnd bcir, 

ELI/AnKfll. b, ntHb April, 

I7lt(, Hbu m. UifTcird Wiir- 

rincr, fsq. and it. I7tb No- 

•rnibtT, I7i7, IfiiviriK a »ob 

nnd •urccssor, 

(JitKiiftn WtBtirwcK. cMf. 

ortVitiutk. nbn M. Eli- 
utbrlb, dMnKbtcrof (ia- 
brirl Hnlfirl<l, r-Mij. of 
Hiiyy, iu Kcni. and <f. 
90th JnnuKry. 1820. 
Bgrd 7-1, IcKving two 
■on*. 

OiOord Warriittrr. 
ERHLfc WiKRIMEK, 
of I'oniM'k. Mtinor 
Hous4>, H'ilia, m. 
Suiiiiit, 3nd dia. 
dI thp Krv. John 
Atnyi*!, u( t^aulb 
Hrt-nl jti I>f>vfin, 
and hurt iuur. 
3, Grrtrndr, m. tu lutno Warri- 
nrr. f^. und d. 3I«I Ot-cnnbfr. 
ITQil. 
I. SuMll, bnptizcd :24tb Novrmhi-r, 
1005. Bt. MtMnddintcton I4lh9c^tctn- 
h«r. im6. to ^\illiJlmU'hitak<•r.ew|. 
of Mulrnnib, in Llorvvlshin*. 

Sir Wttlirr d. ^t\, iaiy. 1082, wu burird 
Bl B)«bu|i'« CiiDiiings. aid #. by hit snnd- 
lon. 

SikWaltvm Eb!«l>. b«rt of MiuldiB|[toB, 
wtio d. in ntinurity in inM. anil itbb «. by 
hb brothrr. 

Sir FttM tllDEHyLB, bart of M.iddinEtoD. 
who n. (AS nlri-nd) «hrwn). Fll<t^(J:», oaly 
diiugliirr Aud hrir'of Urnrml ibr- Rt, Hon. 
TiioMAi Khie, of rhatboroiiiih. inrmbrr of 
Ibc privv council trm/i fjufm kwi BDd 



CeoROE 1. and dyinR Mil J»d. 17^28^. left 
Hn only BarviTing daughter nod b«ir, 

EuzAitETii Eaiktc. nhoHi. IIfart l*Bk%t 
esq. of Enciii>o Abhf y in YotkBhire, bmI 
wa» grral gntnitmulhrr of the prrM^ol Ur*. 
Sawiridck Erij.-I>iux of fharboronfb. 

^mtls of S-alsbriligr. o{ tPUntif K. 

GKoRr.F. S\MBKiDc^r., t^*\. of Hill Monna 
in Wnrwick^hirc. who d. 1£3tiX Atjj;u«i, lt!37. 
Irfi )iy Agoe*, taifl wifr, wiili otjivr iawr, tm» 
sous. 

JritiK. (hi»?nrl 9an).nf North Kilwitrlh, 
in Lrirt'ithTithiri', «nrr*lor of lh«' 
fnniily of SAWRKinrtr, of V.Mn Hai»- 
Dos, in (he county of Northanpcon. 

Ibaac. (bU -tth tun), of whoMt Ua* «■ 
haw to Urnl. 

Tlir yonuirpr bou, 

Isaac SAWBRiDbt, f*q. of I»nd(m, ba^ 
tisrd 7tb March. 1037, at lliU Morton, tm, 
Katberine Dathrom, oiid dying in IBTV* l»fl 

tBBUC. 

I. Jacob, bia heir. 

II. Iwac. rf. 1«W. 

III. John. rf. I6H6. 

IV. JoM'ph. A. \fm, who d. 7lb Mar, 
)7IU, tcHving by Prn«hi|M-, bte vl/i*. 
two duugbtpni, 

Alicr. d, unmnrrird 1723, Bfvd 91.1 
Eliuihrtb.M. lo Brook Taylor, i-aq. 

of Bifrnns. in Kent. D C.L. (wr* ' 

vol. iii. p. lOH). 

V. Jftmi'B,^. 1(175. 

I. MalJ'- 

II. Anuc. 

Tbr eldf si aon. 

Jacob Sawkkidue. raq. M. P. for Criek-j 
ladr, in tlir L-nauty of Wilts, ' ■ftWl 

din-rtura of the South Si-n ( . lk«i 

menmrnhlr yitr I7!21l, pix' ><.>->^ 
Qurm A*ixr.,'lroin tbr Thornbilt family, 
cstntf^ and srat of Olanti b.io lUc coaaly 
Krnt. Hr d. lUtb JuK. )74&. Lnrf 
b> EliTiahrlb bio Mifr, dauKblM b« 
John Piahcr.raq. thrra aoaaaiMl adMfl 
tia. 

JoHH, hia h^lr. 

Jncob, of Cantrrbary, nlio m. 

dnuKhtrr of Wniiam Breadaai. tBq. 
and Mvlvr of Tbomaa Knight, na. it 
Gudmvrahwn Park in Krnt. and narl 
iisnr a fnu, Colonel J«t*ob SAi>Wi4(>^ 
and a danghlrr. r«l<i<-r(nv. m. tu 
ThoDiaa Hrroit.rMi. uffhilltam Cat- 
tle, K«nt. 
Jnhn-Eliiii. of Cmntirkvrft d, 
I7nu. 

CalbrriBf . M. 1730 to Oeoff a Mi 
mrry, r»q. of Haaorer Sqwur, 

don. 



ROCHE, OF CARASS. 



'211 



John 8twBitiDiiK, 
Keal. *>. in "-■•'' "■ 
■rWwkob-. 

cr <t: ■ 



r»q. of Otanliitb, in 

I-' Mi«9 Turner, by 

'.■Ity.Eliznbfth. 

> > , t*t\. of Lon- 



vkeai he tuul twoiaos and u many 

rr*. ^iT. 
> 
V lioly ord»T», rrctor of 

t h^ikii. i^li-y, i» K««ex, ttnii vicar of 

Stal»rt«-ia i'u Krnt,<J. uitm. ITSH. 
Mmrj, m. to Si<*tit)rn Itrt-kenlmm, taq. 

of BMli<t[ifb"uriir, III Kt'iil. 
CalbrniiP. m. Ul to iieorve Mncnuliy, 

M.U. BBd 2iiUly. to — Graham, i^sq, 
&i«brid|:« H. 'jlitb April, 1703, aud 

- •"KRlDon, ff*|. of Olanti^h. t»I- 
I^Midon. and Inrd ninyor 1776. 
t^i • plrcli-d M. H.' fnr llie 

If >■. and in the itiri-e succc-u 

PBI1I.I1IH III-. tTtnriieit by xhe City of 
badMi. lie M. In. IMli N'orcnibfr, naa, 
Mtaj'DtMnM, daughter of Sir Orlnndo 
Macraan, bart. by whom, who d. *28tli 
Imimt y, 1744. bo had i>m imuc. aDd Zfidly, 
ta JBti<>. 17IIB, Antic. dMiiftlilrr iif Sir Wil- 
liaa 8k-plwa*Aa, LdL by nbooi be bad 
Arw MNU aiKl OQc daugtitrr. The etdeat 

^ I ■•* SiHBRipoK, ««|. of iilaa- 
. i;U3, ElinUMtk, daughter of 



Bnibazon Elli4, esq. of Wyddial llall, iti 
the coQDly of MerU. and liiid, bf Aidf-s tbc 
pre»Hiil Joun-S^mii.l-Waxlkv ti^n'BKtncK 
ERLF-DtiAV.r-M]. uf f'hurliaraugb, four other 
Aoiis and tbrr,-e daagbten*, viz. 

Wnulcy-Rlias Sitrbridge, a cnptiUit in 

the army. 
Jnniriii Sinvbriiige. 
Sntimel Sawbridi;^, lieutenant R. N. 
CbnrlM Sairbridge, iu boly ord«rs. 
Elizabttb-Anti Satvbridge. 
Isabt'lln-CIoinrnlena Sawbridge. 
Cfiroliup Sawbridge. 

j|i*HU— QuRrterly : iKt and 4lh cbequy nr 
and az. on a cltief );u. tbre(> Oiltrirb ftiallierH 
In plume, i^^uautorihe Br«t for I)k.\k: 'ind, 
^. lbrc-<.< t'9caltoji« ar){. a bordure eni,n'aik-d 
of the (jnt for Erlc ; 3rU, or, two Lnrs ax. 
fftnb cliitrgKd »ilb a barulot dHDcrtlo arff. 
a chief indented of Ibe second for Sxw- 

URIUUK. 

CrtMtt — Istr a demi wivern for Duax ; 
3ud, a dvDii Hon rampant oz- holdinj; in hia 
pnivB a hand-iatr crrcl ur, fur SawbkioOK. 

jV«ff v— Mort en droll. 

Eitatti — In the counties of Dorset, Wilts, 
Someraet, York, Lincoln, Surrey and Suf- 
folk, find iu the Island of Barbadoes in tlie 
We*l Iiidte*. 

Seal — C-barboroiipb Park, Uoraet and 
Ellcrton Abbey in Yorltahire. 



ROCHE, OF CARASS. 

DAVID, •*<)■ of CnnuA. in the county of Limerirk. and of Bamclick, in 
Clare. 6. IRth Jaouary, 1791. m. Mtb February, I8'25, 

t,^ Fninces, daufthter of John Ormoby Vandeleur, esq. of 

MaddiiMiowD, in the county of Kildare, Colonel of the 
5th Dragoon Guards, nnd \ia» iMnifi, 

I. DavuvVindcleur, i. 3I»( Jane. 1833. 

I. Roseita. 

II. FrancPi, dereased. 

III. Alice. 

IV. Eluabeth. 

Mr. Ilnclie, who succe^clod hia falher ^7tb Marrh, 18:)0, in 
a mi^latratA for the county, uiid loembcr of ParliatncQt for 
the city, of Limerick. 



Hintftgt. 



baiU of RncMK 






settled at Li- 

I One of 

l>ecn first 

.^. .11 1! .uiKtbrr, I>a- 

I 111 1 l(/l »ii(l M»yor 

'iiii>' itie Koohe* ap- 



iftunlly aiuoni 



the 



OeonoK RncHB. Cfrq. of Limerick f«up« 

(insed to have Wen brolbrrof Tnxrih Itocbe, 
Ibriri* nittyor of Limrrirk, viz. in 174XS, 17*23 
and 172-1) served an msyor for the uime 
rity in I7l>2 and 1731 : and wnK returned iia 
member to Firliament iu 1713 and 1710. 
He m. firatt Miu Vincent* by whom be 

had a «nn. 



S19 



nOCHE, OF CARASS. 



Ahthub, •«cuud bailiff of Umerick Jn 
1734. Knd iDBVor llii-iror iu 1743. 
1766. simI I7fin.' TliitK'^'lcon" l»i)t 
bnitlc, twiMlauGihtvrft.llir rldi-r mar* 
rird to — Mulloy. And die yuuiif^er 
to — Sexiou. ft ioii, 
ThtT Kov. GnoRfir. Rotme, of U- 
mprick. nmjior tlirrrof in 177ft, 
wbo bad Hvrnil L-hildnn, Mime 
of whom or tlirir tlt-nL-rnditiiiA 
nrt brijftvrd hi 1k) iiOm Uviug in 
Lioiehrk. 
<ioorir«nocbf.fM. secondly, Mary, dangbter 
of — Uiudoti, t;»q. of MuiiKr^'lt'i'i Ibvcounly 
ofLlincnrk.iud wiilniv Of— Mill»,rfq.wbo 
«nif killodin a dnrl : by tbU liuty he bad 
onr «on at»\ otir daiigbtrr, tmmel}, 
David, «f wbuni prftrtitly, 
Atinr, wbii m. 16lb April, 17t20, Major 
John Carl«(on U'hitelocke, and had 

IMUP. 

BiiUtrndr Wbilclockc, baptjiird 
Ifltb >Vbmary. 17W. in Si. 
Mury'urburrli, Umcrifl, d.t.p. 
Gtforcr WliitcWki-, baptixrd 4th 
Vlay, 176U, Mho m. Mary, 
datubUT of David KiK-bv. rtq. 
of Liini*rick, mid d)r«l I'ith Ja> 

UtiUtrudir- CnrtfloD White* 

locke, 
Jamri WbiiclocU, of Abi> 

boiiH; In Frnnce. 
George Wliilelocke, 
Annr Wbitrlixik*'. 
Ororniiia W'bitrlocke, d. at 

Poriit, IK35. 
iliiiricUa Whilelockr, H. in 

1700. 
Francrs Whitclockp. 
Mar% V^'bilflockr, m. Io Wil- 
liam llortoii Lto>-d, Mq. 
F.l.-S. <i»d hao iuue. (Sm 
vol. t. p. 244.) 
Annr Wbilrlockc, diod bcforr her 

(tan-ntx, (itiinarnrd. 
Katharine WliitrlrH-kr, m. to — 
Uirniiuf[liJtiii, »iid rf. t- v. 
The iKin of ticofj^e Uncbe, by hu Mcoiid 
wif«. 

n*vi» RocilE, n^. aldrmian of Unw- 
rick, waa wcoiid bailiff iu 1738. uttd mavor 
in 1749. He n. drvt. Miss Tirrnrv. 'by 
whom ke bsd a non. 

Gbdrok, of Youghall, wbo m. Char- 
lotte. dauKbier of — Ulood, nt|. whI 
baa iwue, 

i.CKnRnf-TuttKEt.wbani.SirBh, 
daui;lit«r of — Spvrow, c«q. 
und lia« Usiwy, 
(fcur^. 
Ki.-li«nl. 
CtutrioOR. 

Jane*. 



'i^ 



BUu. 
l.Eltnbrih.ofToQsball. 
U. Churlnltr. who m. first, to 
laiid, 1^. by whom ■hf 
bertand ('hurlott^ ; and m 
ly, to (.'apuiii William S 
MHVnr, by whom shr bad 
liani. nod tirnn;iiia, d. in I 
3. HcnriclU,m.C-«ptain Pavii 
bail iseiK. 
Mr. Aldentian Rnrhr, m. srcondly, 
)(»>t. daui^htrr of Stephen U'inthmp. 
and had by her thrr« other sow aad 
daaghlerv. namely, 

Winlhn>p, CaptaiD 4Eith R«fl. d. 

David, ufivhooi prow-ntly- 

1)rtij:iinin, ('aptiitn Atb and 30lh i 

int'nt^. difd At Liintrrtck, unnui 

6ib Fibruary, 1B3B. 

Friitct-», <M. Edmund Btnqd. 

Duhliii, and died in IKIS. U 

issaf, 

N^ptuue BUud. who w. hfi 
cottxin BrUt|{ct, ilm ' ' . I 

vid Ilor.Jn*,'rin[. ■ 

liAJt issue. Edniuiiu Lnu-.-^i, 

vid-Hocbe UIihmI. and Kr 

DnS'ul Binod. 

Tbomas Blood, Rcitirdrrof 

hal. 
Wiiithrop Blood, of Bordeai 

France. 
Bridael Blood, livioK OSONU 
Elicabeth Blood, H. to ( 

Oabbins, «*i|. 
Fauny Blo<^, tt. nnnurri^. 
Mor^'-AniiB Blood, m. to Tl 
sou Russell, eso. of li: 
Mary, m. lo Geor|[« WUl»l«eki 

and has issue. 
Anne, living unmarried. 
Aldcrttao Rocbe'a seeoad worn by 
rood rearriagp, 

David Roche, cm). of Cihimwy, < 
maa, in the county of Uawriok. a 
trale for llial sbire. wedded flral. Fb 
dnu];bl*'r of William MatinseU. es%. 
inrrirk, and had, by Uer, use 
daufchtcrB. ris. — 

Djivid. his belr. . 

Bridget, m. lo b«r nwrfa 

Uli.HMt. esq. 
FrniK-r-s, m. lo Jeffry Btvwatai 
of Camss Coin, and bM M 
tMue. 

1. Tbomns Browning, 

2. Davif* "■"'■■ nromrinr 

3. Kdn ,x- 

4. Benj-i ...Uiro|i Biw 

A. Willian-llenry BiwkIq 

At Jvffn-v Browniaif. 

7. \Ifrnl Brownin:;. 

& UbUud-JohH Browniof. 

1. FrsBccs*TbiB<iish ~ 



BANKES, OF WINSTANLEY HALL. 



313 



2. C«n>lioe Bn>uiitnK- 

3. 0«orti<ui Brt)wiiiri({. 

4. Anna Itrowninp, 
jy Jmatf llrDniiiri^. 
fl. KrWcca Hroomtag* 

Mr. RActH>,n.H>cDDill)r. Rebftccii, (tangl)- 
l»T of HUlnm Lonj;, esq. aotl by tl»4t Uily 
%md •« MM and Ino d«ogliU.T8, via. 
^ WUtMm. 

■ M.r7. 

HII« 4i*4 J7(}i Monh. lAlO. ami wtu mc- 
^^Mdcd l)yU*min,tbcpiT>enllUviD RocMB, 
fl^ofCanM,M, P. 



^mu — Gii. tlir«e roachrs, nniAnl in pain 
ai«. with n creaceut ai. on a crescent or, for 
dinercace. 

CVmI— A rock ppr. titonoD an osprey for 
Btorlt) witli its winrs displayed arg. raem- 
bered or. holding in tf« d«Eter foot a roach 

org. 

Motto— Mou Dieu e<t ma rot-W. 

£r(«(M — Ib Uio coonttvs of Lunerjck, 
Clare, and Kflrry. 

•%«f« — CaroH In the eooniy of Limerick, 
and Bartictiek in Clare. 






BANKES, OF WINSTANLEY HALL. 

iNKES. MEYRICK, eaq. of Wiiwtanley Hall nnd Up-HoUand House, Laaca- 
li*m 'i2Dd November. 1811; wccesded hi« father, who dieil Ist March, 1827, 
asnuBvd, in ISM, the oame and aniu of Biuikes only, in pUice of those of 
V, (rom mhicb fuaily ht wu paternally dceccudcd. 

Uintngt. 

The elder son. 

KlCM^RD UanKEs, e8<|. of Bank Netvtou, 
m. ill I4H, Margaret, dau. of iJir Pier* 
Teiii|>rst, knt. of Braswcll, by whom be 
had n aoii, 

THouAii Kankks, eaq. of Bank Newton, 
who left iMue by his wife* nboae iiamii is 
uot oil record, 

Orace, m. William HoghloD, esq. of 
Pciidh'toii, CO. l^incasKT, 
John Banko, e»q. of Bank Nr>w|«n. son 
and ht'ir. m. Emily, dau. of .Sir Joliii Pud- 
■vy, kut. of Bolton, and l4*ft un oiily aoo, 

KiciURti UANKfts, iM|, of Bank Newton, 
who m. Joait, dau. of liichnni Nurton, and 
had i«sui*, 

I. John, of Bank Newton, eldest son 
and ht-ir. m. Klixabelh. duu. of Wil- 
liiim Clnp)iHiii.rti<|. of Barnnley. His 
line t-ODliniiL-d iti Biiiik Nvwton for 
four ({eneraliant, whtMi that prujierly 
was sold, as abore-mrniioni-tl. tu Iho 
Towtili^s, of Kojili;. A yomieer 
braauh from this line was the family 
of ttanla, o( Beck llnll, aMerwarth 
of Hevrxhy Abbry, whiuh becania 
extinct ill Urn person of the Rl. Mon. 
Sir Joseph Banks, hart. K.ll. Prv- 
sidrtitoflhc Koyal Socirty. Thr des- 
cent of tiifl Ki-veHby branch is giYeo 
brluw, 

II. WlLIJAM. 

The M-i'Oud son. 

WiLMAH Bakkes, esq. M'tlled ftnt at 
Wigan, in Lancashire. acquired itw niHiisiun 
and fsutc of \Vin9lan)i'y abijiit lAMA bjr 
purDbaB<! from Jamrs Wiiistanlry, ol Win- 
RtBnlejtOnoof the puor knighlsofWindsori 



■ • '.f thi* family on 

. mid heiress of 

i.in. in Crnirrn, 

inill'afhcr, Wil- 

. ip.'tir carucut''6 yf 

. <>l Ihr fcp of Wil- 

b.44 Hr%. til) and 

thv nutrvor of Bank 

■ rl fii til.' Uuiikes* f»- 

'i, about the 
liulasTown- 



.MEM, «raq. of Bank New- 
It of ^Imon, waa futhcr of 
• esq. of Bank Newton, who 

Rkiuhi*. fab suetvuor. ' 

tlMMs. " Alh^mry of lb« I>aehy of 

tsmematrr. frn>p.'Hs'«- V. n. Alice. 

^mxhur.f i.\'n O'lit.!. I Co. York. 

■ft4 bad it < i-et, iinctrs- 

•sr of tfer 'j \"—<Jrtff- 

wK^g LamemMktrt, 



?u 



BAVKES, OF WINSTANLEY llAVL. 



■Dtl Axrd hi« rrsidriicv llirrr. Mr. Daiik<*8 
4inl ill 1/iK7, Icavintc by liU wife, wliiMe 
name i« uot mt^ntioord, x xon, 

Jahf> BihKci, «M). of WinaUnlfV Hall, 
wIh> in. in 1674, Sawi. dAii. of Willuiu 
ShrnitiKton, merrhaal of Lfioduu, hy whom 
lie li-rt iMur, 

WiiJjAU, hi* mcctuar. 
Tbomu, of Staplri Inn, London, in. 
EUnbeth. dm. of Willlnm llispham. 
niq. of Billtn;;*'. co. LancaM^r, by 
wlium b« b»<l isstic, (be»idf two 
dNUchlf^n,) n DOU, ThoniaA BanLvs, 
of Sutplf* Inn, art. ihirtv-lbrfc in 
16^. Tbomaa Uank^n the <rMrr H. 
la 1040. 
Robert, ) itoth London iiiercbiiiitf, H. 
Jdmo, \ t.p. 

Margarrt. m. Gforgv Hyde* CB^i of 
llrnioluni', ro. Lanuiuier. 
The eldest ton, 

WttLitu BAKKi:<t, ttf\. of Winatnnley 
Null. M.F. for Livrrpool, m. finl. EluM- 
U'lb, dftii. of Sir Tboma» IrrUiKl. kdl. of 
Bcivftry, nnil by lii-r luid Ino i*ODt. JiMCft 
and Thoma.i, wIki ImiUi dii-rl yiiuti|{. He 
m. wcoudly, S«r.«li, dauglitiT nf Wnlirr 
JoorH, r»i\. of Chnslli'toii.io. Oxon, and by 
ber (wbo H. In \fl0») bad iune an only mo, 
WiuuH. Mr. Uankcs d. in lOTO. at lbt> 
agr of niorly •Ino, n»d wa» /. by ht§ sou, 

U'li-UAM Hankm. rsq. of AVioftaalcy 
Hnll, ti. inift, wbo m. Frnncfit. only dnu. 
and (on the drceaae of her brolhprt nnd her 
nircv I. p.) cvcntnally sole heireiu in bluud 
of Prtcr Lesb, tfq. of Birch, co. LancAHtrr, 
« youngrr son of Sir Pctrr LrKh. of Lyme, 
(w>f vnl. ii. p. (Ih7), and Ivfl usuc by brr, 
Wlilitu,hi» ourcMftor. 
Tbotna». of Wl^nn, pa. Annr, dauifhter 
of Tboin«ft Cliultnomlflcy, rtM{. of 
Vale RoyaJ. in fbcahirf-. (by bin 
lini wifr, Jfinr Tolkinarbc. ainlfr of 
X\tr lirnl Karl of Oynart of that fa- 
mil; ), and bad iMor arTcn sons .ind 
tfarrc dauf^hirri, all of whom died 
younc, pxcrpi 

Robert, h. lauu. bitch vhprifl r.f the 
connty of Lancnsttr in 17-l'i, m. 
I']li<ab«'lh Morgan, but </. t. p. 
Will MH, wli..i >i)ci-ml«d hia uncle 

at \\ inalanlry. 
Ak%P, rvrntual licircM of the fa- 
inili, M. in I7:il. Iliieh tlolinr, 
r^q. of I'li'MoHntid Huusr, Lan- 
cnaliirr. nnd had isAur, 

7"Ae W^. TiioMt* MnLMR, of 
whom hrrealtrr. 
Jatnri. rwl-.r of Uofr. LnDmahirr, ob. 

1. p. 174.1. 
Pel»T. rf. unmiurird. 
I<ei){h, married. b<it d. f. p. 17M. 
HarubMarifl. ft. 11)113; rf. unm. 1748. 
Fnin<.r<, m. BdwanI Murpn. r»q. of 
(ioIdronrnTo. ami 1^1744. (Svevol- 
It. (I, l(H>. 



Elicahclh, m. Iirr eoDstn C*ftt. Rii-hanl 
lifTgh, a youngrr ion of Lee h. «rf 
Lyme. 

The rldent ton, 

Wlit.M*l BiNK€«. esq, of Wioi 

Hiitt, h. HVi8; m. in IffW, hia ronai 

tlce, <^lde9t (Intl. of Rirh-trd l^th, rntj. of 
Lymt^, but by her (wbo surTiird him a&d 
married. Kcoodlv. Tbotnu Fleetwood, eaq. 
of Bank) he had no iaaue, and waa cooar- 
<)uenlty succYrdrd by liU ucphtrw. 

W|t.lJAM Bavkks, eiiq. of Winataot 
Mali. b. inOA. Mho M. F.li»ibrth. thinl 
uf Aniofl Meredith, etu). and dieter aod 
hrir of Sir William Meredith, bart. 
of llenbury, co. Chetter, by «<lKm 
till only chili), 

W1I.LUH B4MtK)i. ttH. of W] 
Flail, hif^haheriff of Lancaahirr io I7h4i' 
m. Slary-Anne, dau. of Jn*4r|)h linar 
rMj. of Lrice^trr. but dyini t. p. ia ll 
the tnali: line of ibe Banie# family bc-cai 
eitinci: hul Mr. B«i)kk'-)i l>ri{Bi.'alhed 
properly tu hie first couatn ami nmrtvl bcir. 

TMk Rrr. Tll«ttA& HoLHr. uf Up-Ilnllaad 
Houar. and Ihen of H'inftlanley Mull, the 
son of Axst UtsK^t aliuvr-ni'-nlioacd. 
173-i ; m. Mary, dnuxhter of Richard Mv] 
riri, e«q. fourth aonof Owen Mr- - 
of ItodoricBn, ro. AiiKU-m-a. ami 
iwor. (with other children, for 
thr> Holme p(.'ili{;ree), MttRUK. tji 
for. Hf m. avuondly. in 1>imi \t . \ii., 
Lrightan, iti*trr of Sir It < ' < >, 

bart. but by herfwhosurvM ■ ■ •,. a 

hi» widow in I6*»l he hud no ujiur. Mf 
Holme di«d at >Vinttanley 17lh Aiig"»(. 
INOa. and waa succeeded by hia tliinl, b«i 
eldrai snrrivtniK ai>n. 

Mf.TauK IloiJiK, e>q. of ^^ 
llnll.Hho took ihc Daaeaadomi- ' ' <•■, 
only in It^lH : b. lith An|[v>t. ITlW, 
linih'iinnt in the nnv-y prvrioas lo th«1 
of bi« rider brotln-r* ; fcerrnl tJw 
hi(rh shrritr of l^rn-Mblrr in IMVL 
fintt, hi* fint roumn ('ai)j 
of Ihe Rei. Kdwiird I.ally. 
Itatc. (.'iKthtre, by wt 
■miy son, nlio iHed ' 
inu'illy, in IHh>, M 
daiii'bl'-r (if ThuniiK I 
of Merc lUII, rt.. . 
(>;.'7). Mr. Batil, 
lra>int{ l»*rir bt 

I. Mktrick Bamiu, eaq. nowof ^ 

ftanley Hnll. 

II. Thofnar-lliilnir Uankea. t. 7b4 N^ 
vrmber, IHl'l, m mmtt im tW 
Dragoon UnarH*. d»rd al Cnrk. 
May, IKU, unmarried. 

Arm§'~Stihlf. a plain ctvm w. bal 
fnnr flnra-de-lis arg. aod a e«BtoB «f 

iCDOIld. 




BANKES. OF WINSTANLEY HALL. 



CVm^— Os « stump uf a lire • slork sbi- 

" tMtet — WiiMUnlry Hall and Hollaiiil 
in Ihe pmrisb of Wtf^n, and tonn- 
•f Wltwiatilfv. BillioKf. Fembfr- 
1 ' '', Lurica»hire; Nvwioo 

PkriLm. ti> i>'irM«Bli uf Nrwiun. ill 

Ac aiaMi tuituu .^aml LowiT Cudnurdi, 
■i^Bwinl'V. in S'orliliire. iiilirritvd fn.iii 
Hka Aai' ' iial b«irM* of tlic 

PiftI*. Eb( n. 

Jw«J — >S msi^ui'-^ tliil, near Wigau, 

Knkn. it Urtfffbc abbrg. 

Jna«BA!hKE^ --" ' "-nit Newton, cider 

Tof the . i.f W iiislaiilcy, 

a* «l>utt>-nM : Miiitbcllj.iliiQgtittT 

■rWiUun Claptiara, nM|. of Barnslev, ami 

hMl HMttf. 

ThoMAA BkS'Ki^. r«q. of Bank Ffewlon, 

■ Al:il ?i- ir wtw Ifft ■ MB. 

Ji , eso. of B«nk NfwtoD, m. 

fe a^ . ;.-..^r.ofWcftby.ao<i left k son, 

HCMIV B4KKU, rtq. of Batik N'cwioir, 

vko ■. iMkWIta, (Inug)itrr ftf Wlllitim Lift- 

. n( Tlioritloti Jiiid Mi-dbopr, runiily 

«/ York, «ad left Uaiif, llt.Miv Baskfn. 

r«^. flw tut poMMMr of Bjiiik. Newton, 








RoBtsT Buttj, FMC). arcniiil aon. «n rmi- 
vral Uwyrr in the rrianaaf ri.U(BrTM uiit 
iivtt I. M. Aiinr. (Ljir.;l)lL-r mill heiress of 
fawi^kCr-a^ ,■ )'...-i Hull. i„ ilie 

U.J tl JiU-re. T(k' 

11 ktUt'd tiiA |>.ilris in 
i)( rx pfirte rr)£iit, aiitl 
«ik uul> ilnti^lilf r, who m. Sir Ko- 
^Ti. faul tl. i- ;•. ItHI. Mr. Kobert 
^ 1944, antl wo* •ucrceded bjr liU 
bat rldr»l Mirviving son, 

ffrv. KoBLitT BivKR. of Heck H.ill, 

'4rtr *» fcW I'm— I^.ly I'epye. m. Anne, 

fc» ' PililsfV. «.-n|. by whuin 

y t iiM, w)k» diril unintu'- 

fwt, *(.d 111 i'fiu win. 

IfamiRT B«kfti. i-M(. of Brck Hall. &. 
04 Marc b. I03(>; m. Manrar^t. diiUKbter 
^ Miiku FmnkUtMl. rwi. iif KnlbmrU. by 
be bad two wina. Hubert, wIhwc line 



i;i> r^'iros 

17J7. Icav- 

. o-iii^liitT (if ilie 

iShftrrlirfefUII. 



mi y- 



^^Pui 



M I 

Arr. KpwUml 
MvSbrikld. a.. 

Iwacm D4%a3. cm). of K«Trsb> Abbrv. 
A l«6.b»jh»b'-'l -I f i,..i„r,. ;,. iT-tii. 

Md<ir tmrnif ■< 



linm Hudf[Linfluii, i^8(|. of Overton, in ibc 
cuiiiit) of Drrby. Aiid bad iuue, 

Jo!4e|)li, who died vilA [uttrls. 

WrujAW. of nhotn bereafler. 

Kobvrt ilodf;kiu»on, nbn succeeded (o 
Ovcrt'jn by ibe will of bin ^rnndfa- 
tber, mIu-h bis brolber W illiain sue- 
deeded ta Revesby. 
Mr. Banks m. iH-'candiy. Catberine.Uaufcli- 
ler of — <.<>IHnKwood, I'sq. wnd by her had 
two sons. ColliDgu'Oixl and (ieorgc. who 
bolb died unniarried. He uu snceetnled 
by 

William B,tNK<i. esq. of Revesby Abbey, 
Second but eldest surviving soo, t, I71t>, 
who nssunied.in Ihe tifetiiDe of bis elder bro- 
Ibi-r JoBi-pb, ifae nnme and urms of Hodg* 
kJiifton. fiir (be Overloti etitale, wbifh be 
relinc)titfihrd in hit younger brother, in com- 
pliance with the provisions of Ibeir ^mnd- 
fatber't will, on sticceediuK **• Revesby. in. 
Snnih. dnuKhter ol Williani Bate. eKi|. of 
Fosson, CO. i>erby. nnd dying in 1701, was 
Aucci-eded by bis only bou, 

Jo^fKPH ILixK**. r<ici. of Revr«by Abbey, 
*. I3tl» Decembt-r. IT-ia : created a beroaet 
'i4th Marcb. 1781 ; elected President of 
the Rovn) Societv in 1777; Knigbt of the 
Italh. Privy Comicillor, fcr. &c. ; m. 201b 
Man;h, I77'y. Dorofhew, lUupblcr and co- 
heiress of William Weston HngeMvn. e«q. 
of ProTender, co. Kent, but by ber, who 
Borvived bira and ilied in 1421:1, he bad no 
iasue. Tbe eeientilic dislinetioiift alliiineil 
by Sir Just-pb Bank.*, us n tr^iveller and 
n.il>ir:LlisI, and subiu'ipit-ntly by ilie munifi- 
cent patnma^R wbitb be cxtentUll durillf; 
his loii|; lift' to every branch of science ami 
art, bn\e 6ul)U'iciitly periK'tiinlrd bis me- 
mory to render any eulopy superfluoui. He 
died' l»l(i May, IWW. wben bis Imronetcy 
expired. He hud nn Only sbtor, Sarah So- 
phia, Mho drttl DiMDHrrieil. 

jTantili; of iQotwr. 

The fuiiiily of tloline, from which Mr. 
Bankes, (if VS'inMuiiley Hall, i» pateninlly 
deiwended, hiu been aeiitcd in LMrieiiiihirc. 
in different braacbea. from a period shortly 
8ub»rqut:nt to the Noriiinn Contiurst. Tbe 
stirnniut'. Mhieh wn* originally and properly 
•pelt Hultne, is loe;i1. and derived from tbe 
manor o( that unuie between TnifTord :ind 
Manchester, formerly |MMM'»aed by the fa- 
mily. 

Ill Ibe 3ril vol. of Mi>1ii»hed'i( ('broniele, 
nmont; Ibe niiniber of tbe Norman g^uiillc* 
men iiitriidintc on William the Conqueror, 
ia meutiuiieil ibe Si-ijcneiir de Houlme. bot 
nbether be was the father of ttanuipk nt 
itnndalaktu, who waj i>os»essed o( (lulm* 
about the end of ibr I lib ronlury. is not 
rirsrly iiAcerlnined. The Rte-«l-gran«i«flli of 
>lii9 iiiuidolpbuv, t 



316 



BAXKES, OK WINSTANLEY lULU 



Jons DK IlnJit, knt. " occupird the an- 
cicnt minor'b[>B«o, Itinti. Hl^kv II." 

TtmuAK r>it Hi'LHt, of tlulnr, •on tni 
iM-ir. Niino -i RirtMitn t. 

Snio\ Dr. (Ii'LUK. of flnlmr, sod anrl hi-ir. 

Ap«N nt llt'LHr, of HuImr.wQUid hr\r. 

Tutm%<t or Hi'luc. of Flulme, 100 and 
betr. temp. HcMtv III. 

AluM DC lIiLMii.or llulaic llall.fonaDtl 
Itrir. tiving •14 Edmahd I. 

TiinHAn DF lU'Lur, uf llulinr IIaII, un 
and hrir, liviug anna :)ii Rdwakd I. left 

Groffrry c)«> ilulme. Lnt. rtilnt *on and 

hi^ir, mrnlinnrd ni k*n»nl ol llulmv 

in ihv Itoll o( lliuitr- boUing uiidor 

Itie Kftrl of l.anca»trr in I3l\,d.».p. 

inti% pK HiLNK, who fluccvudtd bi« 

brotbrr. 
RciImti de Ilulmt*, one af the Lanea- 
■)tir« (rrnllr>nicn nrlio tii)td<* oath nt 
Pmioti, A.l>. I36U, tirfur« Tlioman 
dr Sf ton nod olhrn, tnuchini; rrrlnin 
diffiTfnrci hrtwtfcn Koijrr If Wuri". 
loni of Muiicli<-Blrr. nnd ihr haililTa 
uf ihr I Ml k)* of LnnranD-r. (('orr>'* 
L>iinn. Part iv. p. Xm.) Fruin « mn 
of linn Kobfil ft fatnily of Jlulmf! 
tlniint'l ''' ■'■'■"! »liicb is mi-ntioni-d 
fn llir V 1 IO(H. and is tap- 

|to»rd I ■ \tiitiit)t. 

Fri;<-(i>>lr tlulnif, fn. Ritlpli Ar Wil- 
bnritliAm. lord of Rjidnor, ani^riilDr 
of l.ord Sk<rlmcr«dalc. 
JmiKDr Mni.Me, •uccrcdt'd hii ridrr bro- 
thrr GrofTrpy. and na* father of 

Sin WiijuM /or Raitii) ok Rilkk, 
kat. of lltiliur Hall, who obtAiupil ibr 
auKmrntalion of tbf (canton aiyi'iit rbnrctsl 
with n rliH|)lrl )tul». whi<'li his dcM-vndanu 
«till bt-nr in tbrtr arm*, for bis t<'rvirrf in 
Francr.whprr br rrcri»rd Viiti^blhood from 
th** lllm-k I'rinrr ; lie AfliTwardii ftrnrd in 
Sfi.itii, uud Mcnt on nn rnitMivy tu ihr mnrt 
of Cnatilr. He woa tiring unnu -Ut EowAitn 
III. IJis SOD aud brir. 

Jacoriii, or jAur^ PK 111 IKK. of Halmr 
Hall, nas living as latr as the fttb xrmr of 
IIi:nhy v., when he wan on« of tW «it- 
orMra to ili» llcrnti* for lb*- fotindMlion 
of Manclirslnr <'oltr|rp by TImhiiii* df ta 
Warr. Hv wn^sorrmled nl Hnlmf Ijv hi* 
»nn William, >*lv> riibcr a)ir-nnl<-d or fur- 
fi-ilrr| tbr intiior ol Htilm*-, as ItAdulptnw 
ilx Prmi^ry br ap^tfurii Hri^i^d iif It luino 
1431-li, and it ointiri<.< '! in if.t- I>n'*tviy< br 
bniily mort:- tbnn ' 1 ipan. Tbr 

daactndnuu ol ^^ ll 1 mr rontinurd 

iMwover to bil.i .t^i ■ > > ■ tr lliilmr, till 
diP lin* (rriiiii..ii' li loiii' , lure About ibe 
rnd of Ibt> I'Ui finttury in an brirrM, who 
M-ficorc- fIop«, rB4|. of llo|ic Hall. But 
the yoangcr brothir of Junes de Halmr, 



Uie Chcshir. -I. -* 

Holmr. of Holmi;, tuanlv W lAHtartrr,' 
<Ckpafa. Vk. lOaa, foLTs!.) aMlrd at TD- 
alon,iii Chrsbirr, and k-ft iaa«« by ndasffc-j 
tcr of — PyKot(r). of Liaanr, rtMUljr 
Ubntcr. a son, 

Hii>ii H»i.aE. n*\. of Til«lo«. *Im «■. 
EUwbeth, daayhter at Rulirri Maa«^. nt|. 
of Codlnffton, by Dorolht. danghlrr of 
Hngh Cahfirt, «w]. c( Lca« (ace toL 111. 
p. -U), and b»d iMUe, 

Kobrrl, ridrit •on. a priMl. 
Hi i>ii. will' *ucc««ilra Iimi. 
TlHimaa, third son. 
Grorer, funrtb kmi. 
Maudf, m. John Botlock., of Cbmt 
Elixabtfth, m. Arlhnr RkhwdMm. 
Salop. 
The srcood n»n and brir. 

Hi'ftit Hoinr.. M(i. of TiUio«i and C 
diii^tun, M. Rlizabftli. daughtrr uf R*)|>li 
lloMork. rw). of HoUock. and bad tMur. I Ur- 
riiif Iwo dMii^liivra, Aanr. m. — Urrllcj, 
tind KHtltTtne. ta. Adam ■Jubnson. of Cb^-j 
trrl, nu only mhi. 

Tliot)!!' Hotur. aword-brarvr of 
irr, who m. Jane, daugbiar of John Bf*T»-j 
tun, rM(. of Eclrston. and had ifw)', 

Tboinnfi. fid* »t »oit. *. 1-WHl. wratji; 

in Pbil^H>i'f ■\"i»itiiion. 
Brrn.-1'iit. of whom or hia rltler br 

no furtbrr aecouul U to br foosd. 
Hit. 11. 
The third wn. 

Hn.ii lloLur, rnj. m. in ir.lL*. .ii t*i 
Holland, rouniy i>f I*anra- 
dn(ii;hlfr(«ud aptimrmtlf brn lrv| 

l.iml.'"«|- of l'|>-lloIUud. mhfrr Mr. Holi 
•t-lllrd. and built :i boiuH*. •till rrniamiaf. 
lie Irfl iftsui- bv tiis wifr. (who was b«ri*4 
At HolUnd. uih NotrtnUr, lail). bmUal 
two yiiuiigrr aoiu, Edwnrd aad Charlta^J 
who diril r. p. 

lliHruniovrn Holmv, r- ^ '* '■« 
llninu*, rldrnl niul only >ur- « 

bclr. hA|itizrd ITih Mart-fa. I**"' . "uit"! 
L'p-Hulbind. I Idi Aug. lOITl. and Uft last 

I. Ht uii. Mho 9urc*''<lMl him. 

II. (Inrt)iotu(nrw, poarhoBioiia aoii. 
an Infant. 

(. Kstliffr. 
J ti. EUxahfth. 

I III. Marjpirrt. 

I Hii.ii Hnivr ■— '■* lloUaad llawr. 
•an and bnr, •* <t U|hH* 

' IDll) Nnrfiiil^r. i- -. J b^'t iwur. 

Bnrtliolorarw. ^. Janf, >' 

Enw4itn. i*bo •orwvdf- 

Jnhii. k. Itrrrtnbfr. llM^i 4. aa km 
• llu|;h, », M<trrh. |l>Mt-3 ; d. IBM. 

TbofMs. H. lOH. 

John. (. and bant. 37lb Aufttit, l«6. 

BarllMlotiHFMr, 4. >««H- 




BANKES, OF WINSTANLEY HAI.L. 



^rrBartliolotncw.A. 1700;<f. 1703. 
■■Kb. A. «D inf&BL 
lintirih. 

larean-l. 
Hil«~M euntting non nnrl lirir, 
|-'p«Aitii HiUJMv, K«i). of HolLind Hoau, 
k 4tb JncK^. 1(M:i. ATirl bapUxed the sninc 
4*7 : Ml. t'tiK. Jani-. liiiuelitiT nud cvetihiiilly 
iD -hcPBH' ' " ■ '■ \\n*l\ng», t-a<). ttml by 
brr (wbc" 17)0, und wns buried nt 

EJioR. wfa<i succrrilt^d htm. 

rW»ll ' ■■ '1' "in^cr. 1706; m. 
F- - of K«Uiinl riir>- 

tU*Uk. ■ -.,- .■> '. ^r HaII, county of 
|k-rtj;t. Aiit] hud Issue two kodb nod 
Tour daattbu-ni. 

Ar M» «Bd hrir, 

" - " yr, r«). of Hollattd lIoiMc, 

r, I7(»7: M. Mill Frl.rBBrjr. 

— . (Inii. nnil (ituiUy xjtlc brtrrtw 

fhnk»,f«<|. of \\ iti«[iiiilr\ Hall, 

&p HtMLtv' in-diurt't'). And by hor 

•>n<l (/. Ills Mid'tw 2wl 

iji -ibrrr) had iasar^ 

'E4l«ftrd, A. 2atb Oolobi>r. 173.1; m. a 
(lui|hirr of Mr. SbtIm<.Tdiu(-. iind 
bid tliri" M.II4, Jolm. Ednnrd, and 
II <l vrhnm nwrrird ; «iid 

tfi -■ ■-, Aiiiii'.M.iry. Pnipcca- 

BMtkfi. •■it>l Hliju)f<-tb, nil unmnr- 
rird pxtf |>t lb« laat-iiaiiietl. wb>i in. 
TlM«ia« Woodcoirk,, I!**), ol Wigao, 
uaA liM baur. 

n««.Pninor^^ to<hrf.«nm.rried. 

V. Robert Prpd^ol, 
Mcn.oiif of Mboiii 
». Mr.Uviuuu.tbcoUMtrMr.Suigl*- 
tom. 
r^kuiitr. IP. Ibr Krr. KdMiifd Lally, 
lir^r nf Wbilrt(ali-, C'lir*bire, and 
li» irb olUfT i-liildri>a). (Ta- 

11 rinit w'ifr of hi-r rouain 

Mrs '.I *, I4'ilin<-. <*«i. artrrwnrdj 
Ifaakr*. ttf \\ iiiidinlt-y llnll. (See 

.* Hi>L«r. of lloltitnd 
n r.U uf >> iiMl;iii1.-y Hull, 

!»■>*• Ill HiTr, Mnrv .Mfyrick. 

<i>i, I7.'ib;. ilAughtcr of 

Vi' > rii b. i-DIJ. 

I. Bulb, i. Oclnher, 1702; rf. .input, 

i;nD. 



It. Tbotras, cnplnin in the I8th foot, 
d. nl Purlo Frrmjo aoib JHnuat7, 
1707, unmnrried. 

III. MtTKicK. who saccceded hit A- 
tb«r. and uAsnined the eurnam« and 
amiB of B4VKr,». His wn is Oie prr- 
seiil MevtiiiK BitSKKs, esq. of Wiii> 
Mitiiliy H.itl. 

IV. FrrdiTJck-WiUiam. in holy orders, 
B.D. : b. 12th J;iiiu«ry, IT/'i; Ptillow 
of CurnHB-CliriBti Cullt-gw. Oxfurd. 
iind uftrrw^inU r<*clor »f Mpysey 
Hiim]itoii, rotiiily nf (tlniicpstrr; m. 
le>iMay, IHll.Mury-F.lizabrlh.elUt^iit 
d.iii[rliicr af Thouian Fiftot, uaq. of 
Aliuinxtou Hall, Suffonbhire, and 
has is^iiP. 

Frederick.^, loth June, I8I2.M.A. 
and F.Z.S., Fellow of Corpus- 
Cbristi Colli:|;f , Oxford. 

Mcyrirk, h. 13th Ai>ril, ISL'j, B.A. 
of Brfts«iinfi8e <!^olU-gp, Oxford. 

Marv-Ctiubetii. 

Jane. 

V. Choi maud e ley, b, 2.1rd January, 
17;U: d. I'Jth Auguit, 171)3. 

I. J«iK\ m. Liful.-Col. Burgb L«igb- 
toi), who rf. in 1630, t. p. 

II. Anne, m. the Kev. George Borlue, 
who rf. ill 1804>. I. p. 

III. Mnry'Mcyrii-k, died uninArried in 
1834: buried Hi I'li-llolUnd. 

IV. MpnrtPltit-Darutby, "1 .m jj„. 

V. IlarriK-Cliolnioudtlcy, \ "' „* 

VII. Harriet, lining unmarried. 



tiwitr 
Uwd 



Arm* of fjotnie — Burr}' of €i|tht, or and 
.IX. oil II c-aiititii ar):tMit a chapl<?t gu. In 
one of the Cheshire ViniiAtioii^ the coiit ia 
ifivrii harry of MX, and in the other, or. three 
burs nr.. Three quartering are giten in 
the Chi-»liirt' ViftilatJoii of l^fMi, as haviu^ 
bc'loHErd lo Hulme, of Jlulrae: 1. Arp. a 
chevron az. and a border eai^r. sabl*^. 2. 
Ga. A croti cugr. arf:. and on a canton or. a 
plain crow table. 3, Or. three cocks gu. 
— but the malcbes which bruiight these In 
are not rerorded. 

Cifil — A lion's bend enucd pi. lanjfued 
nx. enfti|[ned wilh a cap of inainlennnce pnr. 
The cresi of Ylulme. of llultnc : the Lp- 
Iloltand brnnrli hiiil lulli-rly borne a frj~ 
phonV brad between two wingfl, but no au- 
thority appears for this. 

/tfof/o— Fide Kd cui vide. 



1218 



ROSECLELAIVD. UF RATH-GAEL. 



CLELAND-ROSE, JAMES- DtJWSKTT. cm]. of R.th-Gttol Hoiuc. ia tbv ctHinijr _ 
Down, b. *i Fort St. David», CuddiUorv, in Uik Kut'la- 
dies. 24lh Mareh. 1767, i. hi* f»ih*r, "ih June. I76>. afi4 
to th« property of hie pAternal i^nndfother, Kirhartl Rqm 
CK). af AbiiigiJiin, Borkd. 14th Jsd. 178-;. and in compU 
aiic« witb the teatam^ntary injunction of his coanin, Painck 
C'loilaod. esq. of Ballyniagee, in the rountv of Down, (la 
wboM Iriab e»Ulr* he >occe«ded, Cih Deremb^r, I7»5>, 
aaaumed the additionAl Auraanw and arms uf ('l«taod {h^ 
mnifaer'sDaoic). He wi. firm, l4tli AujpiAt, 1790,8ftrah. obIt 
child of Wjlliatn-Katon Andrews, wiq. of I.oiutim,* and hr 
that lady, who (/. '^od October, 1830, bad a aon and daugfa- 
(cr, viz. 

I. WiLUAM-N'iCHOijMV, ft. ISib ione, 17M. rf. 3IMi No- 
vember, 1794. 

II. Elisabeih-llawkiiif. tm. 3rd Se)»ti>mler, ItJQU. Fur- 
iMcmr Grrg^, vtq. of koockoairn, iu ihr cuanty of 
Ariirim, a ma^slrste for the coautica of Ikiwti aiad 
Antrim, and bat taaue, 

1. Jaraea-Vrmon-Raac OrcpC. &■ aUl July. IBSI. 

i. JohD-WilUam Grrgg, h. I4tb Augnat, ItfiH. 

1. Saiah-Aliilrewi Urrf;);. 
He wedded. Becondlv. tf>th Dftcember, 1832, Elizabeth, eldest daugrhu^r of Willinra- 
NirhoUoo 8tei'lo-Nichul»on, *v\. of Baltow Hoiue, and Icabella Hancock his wif* 
(mm vol. iii. p. 357), and by her lia« two other aom and « daagbltr, 

III. Jamef-BlacktiofHl, b. ^(nh Janiuiry. IH3i>. 

IV. lUcbard, k. lot May, IU30. 

V. Ainies-Elizjbctfa. 

Mr. Koaf Cleland, is a mn^lratc aoii depute -lioutrnatil for the county of l)owb, Rv 
comniandpd the Nentuwn Ard* Yeomen liifuulrrst tlie liattli* of Snintficid, 0th .Ittne, 
1796; in Au^URt foMo^^ni'^. raised ihv KaUi-(^ar( Yeoiiirn Infaitlry, and racwiml r«- 
paate«l thankti froai tht- ^^tivcmment for hlit aennce* ; he alao «err(^ the office of hof^- 
aheriff fur the county of Down in 1 805, atid prrMdcd at tli« conleHU^J eleccioa (or ikM 
cninty. between Robert S^tewori, Vucouot <.'a»tlerei^h, atid Colonel Jdto Un4», 
which lnAted twenty-one days. 



ILinraof- 



The family of (Uptand (ftinmrly «it<?ll 
KnrlRnd) i<« nf tTf»l )toUi|nil^ in Scotlitud. 
Thrif ru4il ol" Ariii*. trndiuiiQ itute^. >ta» 
artjujrrd bj tlifir brine hrrrditary (orcatrr* 
to ibr Jindent E»rlii (.if ItoncliiB. 

JxMt.* Cm «\ti,of timt Ilk, in the ronnty 
of Lanark, aiurftior uf iho rirlandu of thai 
Ilk and nf •c«i-ral uiIiit fflRiilioanf ihe aainr 
•urnaini',1 juio^d liia ■ ouaiu Sir WiPinni 
Wnllaro lu Uif vrur i'2i)tt, for liie n-iicf sf 
hu , - .liitti Uip i'l. 'Ml 

llir ' "tilrmrii kd /. 

* Uji tiu *ril<'. Annr. daiiiililvrot S\ illiim Ha<r- 
kias, «w|. »f .Aliuiitiluii, MUil hu ttif* llctirirtU 
bakM. 

I Vu, Othoda, of FuklM. MoiikiMM]. and 
Cait—i vbwlltMl ruall; mdvd Ubnut iha tor 



Fjtrl Mnli^ilm I<cnnux. I<<>rd H illiam 
111*. Sir J<iliii (ln*bani. Sir Neii iU 
Sir Cbri«to[ihr-r .SrNino, f^ir John Kann.' 
8ir Fmnci* Barcln>. Andrvw Mhitai \l'A. 
Warn Olliibnol. Iliinb Hay, I \i, 

Joliii Ji>hnftnitfi, Adam t;' rrt 

K(*ii)i, Kuiinld rratvfrfni. jun .Ij: ■• > r««- 
ford, \^ illiam rrniifxnl. \<<.i ^^ illa^. 



Uom't Kil)iairick. N 
Prau-r, UuU^rl I. 

andrr AudiinUfit, UiiUmu, Ku-lwrd 
dit, Anliur Hum t. Jatnr« liodaay, U* 



■U 



liiro, ) in Ml brirvM. Aan*. ifait|rhl«v wt 

(')rUnil. NO. of Ganaew. by M«f«M U 

dauf Mar of Baaiilloii. o/ H tabaw . aba m. Gaarge 
Wew. of BhabwMd (aw ^1^1* irf Xtn. ml 
fUttckwwd, rol. jii. p. JfO^ 



ROSli-CLELAND, OF RATH-GAEU 



219 



'AhAm Kor, Kdwd Little, Ru- 
rrford. Thoniii§ II&lliiliiY. John 
T^tu. Halu^r Nrwt>ipKiiK> Ornlan Baird, 
— Galhn-- t.^mi Cmr'-i', Hiigt) DntHliui, 
J*ln8c«i l.Mr.JoIin Illair, 

Mr-TlHMi: ' ■■•riiit (heir l'ricnd« 

umI M>fvaDU, ai in Mr. Hlair's (lt»torv. lie 
wmt prvsnit Ml. nnd :t«iai»u>d 8ir W illium 
Witlart 1b ttiuni ol liis «A|tluit9.p;irliciilarl)- 
ia oJUBC priionrr Thomn* or Luutjuevillr*. 
HWKMaiy L-Hlird llip KpiI Rater ; Uliiid 
Uatt; !■ bi<t llisiun' o( Walliic^, in caume- 
tlke IrirmlA of Wallace, be say* : 

, «r«« vw. Mpr cmvng In WsDw*, 

BjTM bwl viUiiijiii in nunj p«t«lowM [ilncv." 

JUd ia rrUdnK the battle st lek mill " The 
Kcd RHTajr." WalUecHyt; 

** Kiwlstil. r<i*VB};. run tuk t» »ln in bond, 
IIm <m >• wul wu by ye I nil vtand." 

iiWr Ihv dc^th of Sir WUUain Wallare he 
irslv Mipparlcd ibe cmiisp of A'm<v KoBKRr 
(ka Bran*, and Tor bia luyally and ^ood 
Mrrfen tlMt kmic ffnve to him ■vvrrnl Iknib 
h A« Bsronv o('CAld'*r, in Wc»l Lothian. 

WiiiitM (VeLAND. '}( lliat IlL.wftB fifth 
■ i' i:i the kliovn Juuiea Clelaiid, 

Mill ' ' >i;ii of Kiuy Jam»:h III. of 

fioQ^Mul, about thr yrur I46''2, m. Jean 
9aai>r*UI«. d«af;blcr of Wtlliani dt; Sotner- 
lUr. arroaad I#>rd SomtrVilk-. by hi» wife 
JmtI M^ywiit. d«ii|cburr of Sir Jvhn Mowad 
•f S: His aoii Mild siiccrsMir, 

\ (Tl»i.*kd, of tii.i( Ilk, was 

blirr < I ' ' S.'ptcmber, 161:1, al th(> 

iMklbait •n.aloittcwithliuti-ousiii 

WUiaM t >• .'.'■'I. -.r Paikinc. Agbtiriic va. 
^mOj in drfriM-r (if (heir ting, J.iur,» IV. 
<i Sf *!«Rft. la « cb^rtrr of fbc date 14U». 



. ■ .'■ ■ *t- r ,r mm.1." 

■:■ - (rr 



k *d^ I>MM ' 



pata* a tuiv 



■"•r. 

iraut 1 wiviliioin, was 

■■nat" "Bml nnn ilitjtimae- 

^■Amm cau<-iH i Umihon, soa of Sir 

J^RM HaatlhK mil lirrNhn-^onnMii 

* Jwi. Alv i''>n. Tbo uarnaii^, 
4m mn. WM i ill" partial, " ininr 

J-' riihio Iba dvfreaa of 

r, prohilnird by tbaaaooiwor lawiof 
and • tifrv'Uiua ilM pliatioB Uul nol 
Iva iTiT—i A by ttinn from tb« pop« tMltart the 
•■na^, and lb* dUUran m> pfocmiti, "ai ao- 
rtal at ala^dart inn mairiamntn,'* war* looited oo 

• ^MIMMU )lov«v*T, this Ikdl^ hat* 6lo xoiia, 
Ml^la* tint b» l*fi iifnDLjIiiliiiL- will) tlioKWirla- 
•«■■■. k-' ' bopfo- 
««a/lt.' II, of lb* 
fal tff I>UUflU k |ml:'i(iu^i> 

Ua 4^ mut, ladaMl. nil bii chktdran bia omi 
aaK arl«ii hm toyw tba lasda of Orbitrtoa 
» te Mm, Mr. Hsbm llamilnn. wImh h« 



tborc wns appeiideil o Kf>.il of tbi;! AlcxAodpr, 
u|tiiii which w,tA n Hare, aaliaat.with ahiint- 
iiig horn nboul hU neck. He lediMue, 
JtMKS, his bvir. 

Elixabeth. m. Jobn Roberton, of Ear- 
nw;h, wn of Robert RoIhtIod, and 
Mnrgnrpt, daughter of Joho Hamil- 
ton, of Torreiice. 
Thff aon and auccvesor. 

J^Mhs Clcl^nd. of that Ilk, an etnlDcot 
ni»ti in (be lime of Kiny JniiiRti V. whom 
hi* fr('t|uenlly atlciidrd nt hniithig, m, a 
dangbtrr of Kt^phurn, of llonnytoun, tie- 
iicendfd from the Earl of Uotbwetl, by whooi 
b« b.-id hi* son aud successor, 

ALeXANDi'.RC-LELUND.of that Ilk. rtniaeot 
for his loyalty to Quecu M iHY. m. Margartl, 
dnujfhter of Alexaiitb-r (l;iiitilLoii.of Hasgs. 
sou of John Hamilton, of tlrliit^sinii, ibinl 
not), Irul beir and reprcsmtntive of (iavin 
Hamilton,* by bia n-ife Jiuiot Muirbead. 
Hid :«on nud suoceaaor, 

William Clcund. of tlinl Ilk, w. 6nl, 
a si*ivr of Wnlirr Slen art. finil Lord Blan- 
tyrr-, and daugltter of Sir Jobn Stpvrart, by 
hia nif« Margarft, daughter of Jame« Ste- 
(Vart.of Cardonald.by whom he had hiflBon 
aud suuucBMr, 

Alexander. 
He m. Kccondly.MarySomcrvillp. dao^ter 
of Sir James SomcrviUc. by bis wife Mar- 
Karc-t, daughter of Archibald Huioilton, of 
Rnpli>ck, ood tind iaxur, 

Alfaaxdeh Ci,F.uiNr>, of ihnt Ilk. whom, 
a sis trr of John Hamilton. fir«iLord of Bar- 
giuiy, and daughter of Sir John Hamilton, 
of Burgaiiy, by her bv bad several mtoi, the 
(eldest of nbum sold tlio lands of Cleland to 
a cousin nf his own name.f 
JoiiK Clclakd, of Laird Braes, in the 

dcsifpuiM " Cuedlario Glsagutn. nd reotar of 
ConiMno; and l)ii>n lo TlHinnu IlamiltiKi, ranon of 
UuDlrdd ; ati'l fMilirig Iiim, lo John llaiuilion, tbtir 
carnal brotlier ; aud faiUnv Itiiu, tu Arvliibald and 
ttavin MuDillon, all brotlivr* to nni> annlht^r, in 
tha y«^ar 1-Kift, wlilch chanrr waa aflann«tiU roo- 
firnwil ondnr lb» tn^*' "^i 'a tliiT[>ublicanrhivp<a. 
Uf John llamilUHi, ttw fir»f layman in lb« cimrtvr, 
ara devcMidod lh« llumiltona of Orbialon, lUfo;, 
(toUiirallhaujtbi Iiinrnnuililpii, Aik'-nlitwl m Mnnk- 
Ini ' ' ^,-. lulbrackmou. MoaUaud. JUaUitl. 

wUisBCIebBd. fTMt-ipHidMa of the 
lut mentionad Alaxaiid«r Cl^hnd, of that Ilk. was 
ana of t)t« eomnisuunfrri of tin cuaionu in ftcot- 
land, and nuriwl ttir pnnri{ial arau of il»« fanu'lr. 
•a a lauata uf his UomI und prinoi;ei)ituni, ns. 
As. a bava Mliani, vf. wilh n bunting tM>rn, vort, 
baagiag about his atcV, uramtsbiKl k"- *in'\f>r\ti 
by twn crayhuunda ppf. Cr»U — A fwlroa atandio^ 
upon Bwft-bimil |[|i)»«« ppr. MMinnrr ittr Cml — 
" Non aibi ;" axtiiMimai, " for niwurT,"* Moliii if the 
Armt — *' Jf* [i^niwi a igni nr*n««> plua." Ma^or V.\»- 
taad'a aiattir m. Tboma* ilaoultoo. of NOTrtoH, aba 
d. bi nSi (Aaspadigraeot Grsy, of faratra*. 
TOI. '•». p. II). 



220 



nOSE-CLELAND, OF HATII-GAEU 



pwrU of 7'^wiili, wM citlipr thv vccond or 
third BOB n( thr Ahovr AI"»)in<lrr Clrlnut), 
and WM i. nbuul tlif year Iff^l. In rnnsr- 
qui'nif! of some diugrrt* n>(!nl with hut rldvr 
bruUi<*r,li« iviiri'd in di«f;tut ta a iinB]lpn>- 
prrtT. cjilled " Liiird DriivB," in Ihti paricli 
or KphwrJu nnd conntr of Wi)^ton, pnd 
Nbotil Ihr yrnr lOIil. m. Kklliariiic Kowi,de- 
Krpnilrd fri»n thf Ki>s«t'B of nmiiiti);. He 
4. in 1GH.'1, leaving bjr hU Mid wifr, hi« son 
and «nccca*or, 

James CttLiND, uf Laird Bra», 6. lu 
lOM. m. in \000. Agnra Innrs. who w%b 
h. in If^o. anil d<.-«rpDili.-d from tbc Itmciirfl 
of bcHKall.slicW.in 1711, and be d. in 1717, 
leaving issar, 

J(»lik, fr. IADS. 

Mar^. 1^. IflM, m. James M'Ew«n, her 
tbird conaiit, by whom she had a 
daughtrr nnd nnly child, h. tfth Oc- 
fobrr, 17'^, m. Ut Molw^rl Inncs, b. 
173H, will) it. it. p. dUlti De^-vmber, 
J 81 2. 
The aon and beir, 

J'HIS C'liojnd, of Whithorn, in Wif^ton- 
»hir<-, S<-(itUnt), wna c|)t)oinlcd fticlur (o 
Jnrnc-n, linh Enrl tif Gall»wav. nnd in 1731, 
M. MArifaret Murdm-h, only child <tf — 
Murdoch, provoat o( Wbilhoni, deMicndt-d 
fVom tho Murdochs of Cumtoddtii, thv waa 
b. in I'IM. and *t. 2lal S<^ptcmbi-r, 1747; 
be died lU(h Attgust, 1747, and bad issue 
by ber, 

I. William, fr. 1733, rf. in inrancy. 

II. JiHKK. b. -Itb May, 17J8 (or whom 
bereoftvr). 

lit. John, b. 1738, d. in infaDCV. 

I. Kalhxriiir. t. 173^ </. in iulancy. 

II. Acti'-A, b, 4lb Spjitrmbor, I7-10. m. 
fini, ill Fori St. David's, in Iht- Fii«l 
Indi<-«, Ttth June, I7ti0, to li<-ii(riiitDl 
Hicliard ituiu-, ul ihe East India Com- 
pany '# Ktirtipean Hefciment, who rf. 
at Tn(!hMio[>nly, 7th June, 1700, of 
wounrj* recrired at ibr siege of Al* 
loor, by wbom »f>t bad an only child, 

*Tharti»itacab.fllaMl»Ui«duizeh>tWhltbani, 
with lilt fbUotrifw iaMfipdoa ', " H««m lyrtb tlw 
raaaiM nf Mr. Joha CMuid. tagtar to Um limt\ of 
OtUoway, wbu dajMftMl tlii« h{* th* lOtb of An> 
ffiut. 1747. agad Mymmrtt ; snil M*ri[«r«4Mttnlut<b 
BIB tjuxitf. aa ibf fill S«}>lBnib«r, 1747, tfr^d i9 
ytan ; •• a1m> katliaiine, VVtUtim, Jubn, mi<J 
Mafyam CMmL itair chtUmu ' 



t Nr. Ji 

talofllMt 



CMawl. of Npirtowti Arda. tha 

in tka BioU lia*, 



bi ■aiiistsfiiwf'inliii li iii|,iifiliB WMtSaaa 
Lladaaiiana ; A16«d tJi« iitmt ^ (:nM>t. km;; of 
rciW« i KeOu, Dtths uf Nomukdv ^ H>l.lwm, th* 
fait Evl of I'laadu* , 8iwu ' 
bafflandi WiilMfti iha CtMr|u 

iMt*. Kiac of Acudnid , Hu^i . -,;, ... 

CbMiar , Wttitna.tviofMtihat ; Ilo^J* B«l- 
lioant, I^wd of Pool Audamar i GnaltiH d* 8a> 
a«r*iIU; Xodolph da Cinder. £af I of Um EaU 



JiNU-DowttTT Rue. «bo afWi 

wards aasutued the iddili4 
surname of Clbmkd, 4. Mill 
Manh. i;tJ7. 
She m. secondly, in 1774, to Witlmai 
Nicbolaon,eaq-'or Uallow lloiu«(a«« 
Tol. iii. p. .Vxt), and rf. lltb inly, 
I77d. (and was buried at Bangor, 
Ireland,) wiihoat baring iaaoe by 
liirn. 
iti. Margaret, h. 1743, if. in infiatcj.* 
The son niul succewor. 

J \vitM ri.KL«NO, of Nrwlown Arda. In Iba 
comity of Down, lrfl.-ind, n. in l77o, Sarah, 
uuly t-hildufC^Nptain Patrick UAird(brutfaer 
lo ^Nilliani Baird, of Nrirhjlh. snd lamti 
BainI, esq. of London, and nnele to Oesviml 
Sir Datid Itaird). tHerf. at Newtown Ard*. 
Mth May, 1777, *. p.; will dated &lb May. 
I77A. jli« widow J. and waa hnrtrd al 
Abinicdon. Berk*. 7tb Orccinbrr, 17t»7i will 
dated 23rd November, 1787. Ur. Cleind 
wa« aiHTecded by bia nrpbcw ihv f 
J4HP.M UowfrKrr Ru»e-Ciiu?(is fw. of, 
llatb-Gael. 



^tmilji If ClrjUst. sf 6atlvnd|rf. 

A branch ol IbB Kc^triinh family of (!W* 
land, of ihal Ilk. PulriLk. William.l and 
Andrew ^ ('lenland, who it a auppoaed wrrt ' 
■onfl of (he tn«l Al«'%nndi-r CIrland, of that 
Hk. and hroihrr In John ('IrUnd. of Lilrd 
firara. aa thrir doacf^idanu alwayaMnkauw 
ledjted ench other a* couiina. Tlwy aattlH 
in IrrtttD'l about Ihr year ItHK, and 
the K|M'll)iii; III ilic nmiie In loaarijuc 
it i» hrliecrd) of di«agn'mirnl with Qif i 
hntiher, who aold iJie eatale* «f CMttid.' 
The ehleal aon, 

Fatrkr Clkali^d. of BaaRor, la lbs 

eoHiity uf Down, Imland, b. u\fKi \tH\, m< 
Jaii^t, aecTMid daughter of tJl- 

wood, c»q. pmvoat of BaB|{- t vf 

Jarne« Stevenson Blackwood, brat Lord 

AscIm i Ilu|th rf« O I ■ Hamul i, cnwi hsw 
Ka|$land ; Hobart Bniea. Eari of Caiifafc 1 1 
BiiUai of IhirKwadj, Uh|c»btiis; Vt^m, V«l>>' 
Biandata. Mid Aubwia ; Nomaa da UMli% mtmutm 
uf ihfl Karla of llotbaai WitliMn Itoaa. Earl ^ 
Kou i Adan Gonkn. Lord Oardm ; CUbtn On- 
ham. rjol of Stfatbani ; Sir Bobait KwU, m- 
enur of tba £ari "--J-f*-'- -f 'iiTljLt. 
JavM OM«lsa. tmi otShOaiAi mr/ _ 

UTUgMno^ Mcaalor af dM iMbaf liaMwwi 
WUUamdallaT.aooMlorarLoMUay; AUn^« 
Steirin. U^KlOtmWf ; Alanadar diawwt. h^ 
• ' Uand : Jmam» DBwyloa. tn^m^tm ■( 

•J :.nnn ; M«-i>tKini. t4aiQl BatkwsBi 

loi.ti iiuTiiiii»,aa«aaiorof lika LotdaBanaiyi 
- JuhB II'Tnafi 6b Jabn Mmntt ha, «c m 
-^ t forUi 0) a ^ ja a ian is tba yaiaasii at iW 
proHOtMr. RaaaOshad. 

t "- '-^ — "m^ I -r -ftm MiiM^ u 

i Ha left a aoo, Purick. ( knawa. 



aOSE-CLELAND, OF RATH-GAEL. 



921 



m 



•Ad Clautlxiyi!). Hr d. ulxml ibc 
lOaSt umI >ii«> wi'll i« ilnM 3l8t May, 

Joiiv, i. ton.'>. Li» tinr. 

of wbotn aotiiin^ » known, 
•on, 
JoHH CLULAkD, eu.' pfovosl of llangor, 
Hu7 Tftfcpirl, o| Ukiiwljirry, iu tlie 
of Autriin, b. I07i>. He tt. 2Utb 
t*14, and by licr, who died 3bl>i 
mj, I'd. be Wft iMnc. 

PaTHiri;. &. 1701. bin lifir. 
A lUuicbler, m. William li«od«rson 
(cooDiBunly ciUkd Ltird HriKlenun). 
of Billyvernoa, timr Buigor, and 
lefk iwur. 
A dsa^lcr. m. Ii«r first t-OMsin, John 
T«|;(«ri. of Glenwhirry, and It^ft 
immt. 
The aoly mii. 

P*TIUCK Crf 1' "■' •-']. uf UMlljmauef, 
srar Kantrti-r, ' • ■! by ronimUMon. 

^■>fd lAih M..1.-., :. J.', ft iieuienant, in 
CBpteiii Janei Crmwford's. of Crawford^- 
V CFOOipauij'. of the county of Dowu Mi- 
Fool, coniDinndi-iJ b) Alt-xandcr Sle- 

p»i|. (fallttT tif Rdhcrl Slvwarl, first 

K«rc]Bii nf lAitnloiidr-rrv.) He m. about 
l7-i5, Mari, trlul of ^V'iUiam NirhoUoii, 
n^ ul Baj'low, (*rc prdi^rec of Nicliolwtii 
•^ B«ll««)aud dHui>utcr of HurIi Wbyu', 
tat. at B*llvrrr (bv bi» »'-ronil wife Anne, 
tMiMdaajELtrraf' ilf-xsQdiT Miimiltun.psij, 
«f R ' ■' hi* nirr U»l>t-I, ■•ld<-Hl 

lUv. .I.K'kwiKKl, r«). |irovo8i 

W luut;... , -u.r of iJie prrsriit Lord 

iMfrria). By her, who d. 20lb iAtob<.'r, 

iTsT ti<- iiad icT«ral children, noiiv ol wtiom 

iofancy. Ho <f. Olh Deucmbcr. 

TJiH frnUrm&ii aildrd roiiMiIcnibly In the 
4kSt ii'ntia, and by hi« will, daU-d in 
TT^ i fohUdiaUiil relAtivtf J4Ur<i 

fk-' I , on condition of his tikiuK 

% tAAtHMM*! Furoiunr of ('t-».LA>u. 

#isil| ff Km, of abint&n. 6rrk«. 
Tlr faniUy of Rii»r wr« rcAidrnt at 
Ufaailnn. tn Urriahirr, fur thrrr bundrrd 
«aiMaty-lwD yi>ar», «ti. from lht> vfiir I42N, 
t» tfSO, h-' ..p.iMi,j.Hi. .l..rlv«-d from 

Rtvb> ' Yariiioiitb. in llie 

Wni\ . ' n«d ibc oflif*' of 

^t r that town, in \'Afi), 1301, 

ft' -7. Ill tin- limit* >i'«r, Rpn- 

^- ^ wax rrtttriicd tor Rrcni 

. ii Jiutfot lit Northampton, in 

■^iM t >Ii !i 1- ). IJibUcluber. 

11' r. ,-. i.Jiil ,|L;aiu iul3W. 



t'f> 9 4m^ Am4 tad 'Sm^mAmr. 1700, thott 

lifiJaJ tt iki» John CMaad, wpM 

. (iv« aiH— I. wiih ■ btin'infr honi in 

^ • v/, and a r«a« ao th« ainistvr b«a^ CrcM 




hi 1310, Hetirii-us Ro«e de YTnt^mitlh, ap- 
pointed ona of tbe roUectom in llie port of 
Yannouth, of the new customs upon winM, 
grauu^d by Ibc nit;rchiints of Acquitane, 
commimoD tcipted nt Nortbnnipton. 2ud Au- 
Ku«t, 4 ED)v,tRD H. In 1311, Hcnricu« 
Roue, apiioinl«>d as thn deputy of Walt»ni9 
de Waldestiof. chief botilliT in tli« port nf 
Yarmouth, and iti inetnben : commiuion. 
nr writofn8H»Unce,te9trdat fkrwick'Upon- 
T«rcd. aSrd January, 4 E[>wjmi> 11. la 
1:110 HcnricuB Ruse cvrtiGid, pursaant to 
writ li>fited at Clipston, 6ili Mnr<-li, hs one 
of the lords of the township of Stilboni, xnd 
of Boar{;b, UiUockly, and Havtwich, in the 
county of Norfolk, tt Edwjiko II. In l.'HU, 
Hennais Ko>p, one of the ImiliR's of Great 
^'annualli. In I'S'JU. Heiiricu* Rijse, bur- 
geM, n'luriir-d for (>rent Yariuoulht L'tirlia- 
meut at York, in three tveekft of Eaulirr, 
'2nd May, 16 Kdwaku II. In 1324, Henricuii 
Rose, WHS one of the bailiffs of Grent Yar- 
moutli. 17 EuwAKO II. He died about ibtt 
year l32o. leating a son, 

RiCM\KD ItofLf., of Gn'nt Yarmouth, who 
iu the year I33». t)i<> 3rd of I^dwikd ML 
prosecuted six men of Uurlotton. I'or t.-ikiitg 
away, by forco. berrings and other good», 
bis prupi-rty, to the ainounl *t( £'iO: and ia 
1350. be again iiroM^cuicd five ntltrr men of 
Garlesti>n, fur carriing nway bia vi-f«i-l, by 
force and arms, vnluv £\0. Ho was living 
iu 1335. His son. 

Henky Ro!iE,of High Wycombe, in Buck- 
inghiunsbire.tcttledlhcrcntiotilthe Yearl340. 
He WHS living in Ibe yrur 130^. His son, 

JoHK Robe, of Hij^h Wycouihe. d, about 
the year 1390, leaving a son. 

Richard Rosf.. of Hif;b Wycomb«, who 
rt-tnoreil to Ablagdon. Berks, a sbort time 
hffurr his death, which waa about lh« year 
I4:2H. Hia son. 

II I (.n Rosv., de Abendon. took t)ie oatti 
of alli-gi.in<^«* nlung nilti the otber gentrv uf 
Ucrksliire, in the I'i Henky VI., before 
Rob^^rt, Biabop of Haruni. and WiUiain Lo- 
val, cbi'valiiT, the commissioners appointfd 
for thai purpose ; he m, Sarah, daugh- 
ter of Tliumas AVhyhkani, wlio Kn» high 
slHTiir of Berknbire in tlie year 1413, I 
Mlnkt V. He d. about the year 144^. 
hiaving' a son, 

Jmiin Rmi>i .of Abin|rdon.&. 143H,n>. 1483, 
Mary. daMBhlir nf Ji>hn Hyde.f uf South 
DeiK'bwortli, by hi» wife. Alio- tjdynrd, 
liaugbler of John IJilmrd, of Henbum. who 
was bi^cb Hherid' uf Ui'rksbire in lht> year 
1446. -Mi UcNHY VI. He d. iu the ytfur 
I41Q, his SOD, 

Riciiabd Rose, of Abiucdon, h. 14H7, m. 
aeib Norember, 1(U0, Elizabeth Bosioak, 

I Tht> Jabn Hyde wu flftfa in deae«nt fnaa 
Ronr d« la Hvd*. ef llanney. B««r Wwttag*, 
B«rln,wl»wMi'tinsKU>l?!tO. 3 Ilaaar Ul. 



in 



ROSIvCI.nLAND, OF RATH-GAF.L. 



of Fitzhnrrii Hou»^, Altin^dun,* drffmidnnl 
of thr iiDi-init fniiiily of Ihr UoiitorLs of 
Chrshirr. H' wa« buripd at St. Helru*. 
Abiitg(|iin,'^ll> AuRUit, I560; niid tiisMJOott 
al Ibe Mine place, &th Septeiober, 16&6, 
Iraving n luii, 

Richard Rose, of Altingdun. b. AOth 
Miuch. 1541. HI. ^Hh Mny, 1^7-1, to Eliui- 
brlh MavoK. of AM»ndrtii. He li. I^ih 
June, Ifttb, hU Mlfe -2Mth Mny. liJUH, and 
wrrr both buried in St. Ilelco*' Cburch. 
AbJDgdoo. Tbrir son. 

TlioHu Robe, of Abingdon. Wptlxrd it 
Si, Be1eti», 3UI innmirv. 1077, m. I7(h 
Pvbfuary. iliVi, SunAnna )hilcol, of Abing- 
don, wbo waft deftTfuded from Jobannu 
de Ilolt-ol, nf Barcot, lilj^h Mtieriff of BerL- 
Hbire, In 1'£1.1, 17 HrAiiT 111. nnd rrom 
Johanni« de llulcot. of Barcot, hi|[b shrriiT 
uf Brrktbirr in I3H4. 7 RnriUKD II.; nlso 
fmtn Ricardii» dr MnK'ol, wbn wwnrr nllr- 
(Tiancv lo Kimi/ Hr^fiY VI. in the I2tli yr«r 
of bin relgii, nnoo 14.1.'], alon^ nith llu^ 
Rase, and tbe other (trnlU-men of B«.'rk- 
•hirc. Ilctf. ^IrdSrptrmtK-r. I(H2. andwu 
tmried with hot v>i{*\ who li- 2Uth March, 
1640, in flit. Helcnti' rbiirrh. leavin); a •on, 

BirKiKO R<Kf., of Abingdon, bapttied al 
8l. ftrlrnk. .'ith November, Ifill). Me wua 
B««li)ufl ruynlial, and materially injured hll 
fainllj- bv thfBunub<> adfanred for th« Mr- 
vice of A'tno Cii \ RLtB I. n bile Uir rnral mrmy 
occupied Abin];don ; on Ibe king'< Iroopf 
pvarualitijc thnl luwn in May, UM-4. it wiu 
iinmedinlcly (;<» rri»oii*'d by lUo Farliiinienl 
furcea, froni wbnm he«ufrpred«everelr, both 
in penKm and property ; be in. Ath Aagost, 
1043, Ann, dauKhter of John Joni>», vm], 
of Worcettrr. und siflrT of Dr. Woller 
Joni-a, rector of PtunningwrU (near Abing- 
don), and (irebend of Wettmin^ter ; alie H. 
IHlb May. ltV«. Me d. 33nd June. KL'^. 
and were' liolh tmned at St. Helen*, leaving 
a aon. 

RiniAUP RiMir..* of Abingdon. baptbed at 
St Heleiu, «6lk Marafa. t64&. wbo m. in 



* Mr. RoM> oraa » itrratKia* •umM>r1er of tha 
piMMtant inteftai.and waa diitmiMM, with many 
nthen, fron tb* mrponriinn uf Abinicitmi, hy the 
foUowinjr " Ord^r nf Ctunrtl. 4iit«| [)ftr<^ber 
S4tbi 1(107," liiiix ' " JaniM (In, "and 

■I th» botUHn. " I "VR ronimaml. S-va- 

iatknd,*' and du<-^>--. '■■•'-\ir, •• To our 

truly aftd w*U-b»b)«< ildermaa, and 

CorponUon of our 1I«" < ' 'i)i;doB, in our 

CouAtv uf llvrLii." " lu inuvTP («<> baiuiK br 
oar I Ir"l"r in fiMniHl llBmirM St) ti»fir|M« Wiiw- 
Iiht-i " ' " ■ I 

■nit I 

bort'UKO ■•! riKLi.E-M'u , K — "1.- ,liw". i'—u I— iilfc 

tafflffii nd eoMsan oomMUbon ; Rkhaid Cly, 
frrmi }mn^ cbaaibarlani and MNnaMaonBocitlainn . 
' >rluu.TboiiiMPickatt.Tbam«i <' 
>:.ru, Ititktni Jb«l«jQba AvfiK-' 
HtcUm*,tTowb«un L ii iau aga wc iil nwM jJubn 



tn74. Eiixabetb BAtket. deaoended from Jft- 
bnoniit Baakel, who wai bit;h ^herilT for 
Berksliire in the vear I.'jOO, 15 Hexrv VII. 
M<> d. 2Hth Fcb'niAfy, 1711, »be d. 19th 
April, 17ILI, leavtpg iiMir. 

1, Richard, banttced 'i7tb Aognftt. 167y 
m. Fmnreo Wi-lib. but d. t. p. 8lb 
Jannnry, 173(1. hia widow aur^tvUig 
until .'Ird October, 17.V2. 

2. Fdwnrd, b. ]«77,rf. lUth June, lOMk 
a. John, hnptix<-d3nd Norcmbcr. 1078. 

d. 1071*. 
4. Tiiitms. b. (flhrt, ofwbonihefeafWr. 
6. John. Iinptizrd lltb Mav. ItlKI. 4. 

2ad Auguai. l(tH3. 
6. Jainea, b.i))tiz<-d 4lh Anpial. lOM. 
m. '.Mth AprU, 1712. Mary HHne*. 
by whom he had ii«De. 
rUzabrlh. 

Edward, m. firM. Sarah W«W». oT 
Mapledarham, by whom b« h»i 
A dnucbtrr, 
Flizabeth. 
He M. MTondly. Klixabftli 
cock, of Long \Viiii>Dbam, 
liud Ihsuc, 

1. Jainvf. b. at Abin;pl*in, !■( 
July. 1776. m. AJaae, by 
whom be had, 

Jiimra, b, at IjOt>don. 
Eliiabetb. ft.at Abtngdo*. 
d. in Infancy. 
S. OeorKci. at Abinplon.wba 
was welt known on lh«> tutf, 
and hnvipK 1"^' * '*f MK 
ofinonri at NewTnarket,eat 
hia thmnt: d. a. fi. 
S. Richard, ft. alAbincdoB.B. 

— Belrher. and had f«Qe. 
RicbnnJ. ia>xab*(li. Ma*;, 
and Ann. 

1. Anne, b. at Abln|ploa. ■. 

— Mewptt. of Loni; Wit» H i 
bam, by wlioiD ab« htt 
iMs», Mary, Ana. OJnak, 



WoodliT, fraai Mm •mjmi at M*». Aad la 
wiU aa^ r»qui(* yoa fanhwitk lo alacl aod mimM, 
Ibamaa Ifidrniu. Tharlea llDehM, am. jUa 
Fonuotaia, Jolin 8te«eaaon, and Hob«rt Parna, ■• 
Im alderaiinii Marh IUkVim. to W fattlitf*. mi 
rMBBMrn i'«uBcillni»ti . Itirbajd Staub, RiriHrd 
PlrTdrl). I Ui'- " - toa. IMmr iUwwdl, 

John Momf., ^^ .. and Joha Tall, lak 

ranintff) eouii- l>««rd ^ravTtfa. M !■ 

t-t-rfrata Bl mmrr. in LAv nmn uf lb* tvr*,]eaalMl«* 
tTH-TitioOMl, inlAmt u4m*mit^*V^ mh^. iIUv ««f mtk 
mnht, IjuI Ihe u*ub] acU ht *h- *t«<ilIIM oC 

ou^M la liu itUf'. mmI (m aa datam. tfei* aMI 
b* y«ar wamat." J^ abae* atdw mOi d*« M 

« faai a haifhi vt iVniatJi^ tba Haiab_ 
. nofiW unkapjit futtm II. badafrirwd. ! 
.■ oaiton W«a nio««4 ti> Imr* thai 4*4w<M I 
lu abdieaia tba tlknm*. 



ROSE-CLEUND, OF RATH-fiAEL 



233 



^•i.-,_i....r. Jowpli. ani! two 
■ rt'it. 

1. eUnbci:., ,, .1 Itmi Mny. \6*i. 

M. 6(h>fRnuiirT, I'lf?. \\'illi>'iin Alk-n. 
••). of GrD»c. nrar Wanlflgc. Bi-rks. 
•Ml of F^M'itnl Allen, uf AbiiiKilon : 
•he d. 4th Novemttrr, 1727. He d. 
IhUi June, ITlH.ifariuc; an odIv child, 
Klti^t-'^ll'. *>. ^lil April. 1713. who 
m. ■'■•,:T. |7:j|, (0 lier firet 

m<- mI KtMi.', RS hpr^AfhT. 

Mai\. b-LiiiiZci] 2-inil April, 104^^^. 
31K1) \Un\i. I0H7. 
Mardift, A. 4tlt Mhj, 1688, rf. 'iiid 
Jane. lOKH. 
Tlir fburlh hill rhircl surrtvine son, 

Tiiuyit Ru«i(, of CUiirUslown, i^outh 
C«nUtu, Americi, «c(tWil llifre shout the 
jcu 17t*(», b« w. first, )7U4. EtJxaheUi. 
•vly cktld of — Bnifli-t. of A.K. B. plaiila- 
tiM, ■itsatrd h^lnrcn Ashley niid Cooper 
lit»<^ iir*r ("K,.il^-«iijwn. (he Kfig n nhyst- 
dac rhmn''. ill Oxforanlurc. 

wd. ■ .1 I'roRi llogo Ilfiniifi, 

l^-ftbrniT lor Uxtordsbire in the r«i)cn of 
Xna Ue*>u\ Vt. and inceilor of Lord 
Tailn^aie.) By (hii Utly Mr. Ro«e had 

I. Rkhaiw. k. lUib October, 1706. aa 
limafier. 

ft. Tbonu, «. Elitubrth —. luid had 
fawK, TtinaiR* Rnd Rtiz«h«lb. 

I. H»h4ti«. m. tn Itohrrt Laditoii ; she H. 
Md) I>«'mnhrr, 17-11, It-aving t'nur 
cMIdrfto. 

3. IUnC>r«L 

1. ElJx»belb,(>i.BEtiiiulStock«,loBvin|r 

■ MO. 

S«wmI SkirlLd. 

B« vi. •Moadl;^, and hod ■ md. Francis. 

•fe 1 ' ' - ion* and a dautchtir. Mr. 
I ■•»■ <ill » •Iwtod -Jllth Ot-lobcr, 

'' mi lib Flrcrmher riillouitii;, nnil 

I &«.»<•<» .v.'aiL. of AI>E»gd<H>, who, bring 
i Jifiii i l >a brir to liit unck KK-haH Rose, of 
AhlapkM). c*nir fn^m I'hnrlrjiown in the 
ftsr 1714, lo rvaidi- wiUi him, the n-«l of thi- 
(■■iljr rv-aBaaDcd in Amrrii-a, whrrv Aomrtif 
*Hf dvtK^odaiils afv ulill living in great 
iMMctabilit>. H«< m. at Sunuinj^Hcll, near 
iWploo. I^th nctob«-r. I7:}t. Glizabcth 
4U«iibUfirrtcou«in). atily child 'if William 
JiAn, of Gxnrr. and hia wifr^ KlizAlifili 
^^». f|«- ^ni« ■» iirtive iiilrllieritt iniiv'iit' 
IMr. - :'''<! 

si - 

I U- '\. I "I .■^'I'l'imicr, 
: it Mlh Jitiiunry, 1*8-1, 

I. RJefeAH. A. IMh October. 1732. it 

l#tli Aa«iMI, ITSM. 
Z. Thffin**. * 'itli Apri], I738.rf. 2Alh 

PcWnary. I72r^' 



.*}. RtCHAHP, k. -llh AaftHft. I74U, AS 

hfreaflwr. 
4. Ja^ll^s, A. flAth AuKust, 174'i. m. 
Frivnri's Hl'UkcII, of Eton. He rf. 
^7tli JuHP, 1770, 1. /J. ; hi5 wiilnw m, 

Jfihti Allimt,f5q.Dr SVHlliDgfortl.aiid 
hftd n non. John Allnul. 

1. ElizflbvUi,&. 14Ui Junv. 1734, it un- 
niarrii-(t, 2nth Janu»ry, li^lA. 

2. Anne, h. 20lh Jul}, 1730, d. OIKli 
Sppt«inhpr, I74fl. 

The ehlpsl son to survive, 

RiCHAiiD Rose, nf Ahint:<lo>). made tbrci' 
voyages to Bombay and China (heforr hi; 
*wa9 nineteen), in the Sniidwirh, BnsI India- 
miin. Captain Joddrcl ; in ITotl. hv eulrred 
»* Miid»hipiimi) in the Aurora frij^atc, then 
blockadinfc Commodore Thurol'g stiuadroh 
at DiiiTkirL. In Mnr<,'h, I7t)l>, be removed 
to the .America of (iO t^inim. (^plaiii Hnldnnc, 
and joined Admiral Stetenft's flec^t ihnl wfu; 
blockading Pondicherr)- ; on the fiih Oct. 
hi,- commanded one of the boai« that cut 
out tile Ballriuc aud Hermiono French frl- 
gatt'S, nrliirh were moort<ii close to (be walls 
of Pnndicherry ; and was in the drt'adfol 
Imrricarie of the Ut July, I7CI, when the 
Sunderland of fiO guns. Captain the Hon. 
Robert Colville, the Uuke dc Acqueutinc 
uf 64 ran», Sir William ficneli, and the 
t^ut-rntiorouj^h of &lt irooF, foundered, five 
itail wrr* dismasted, aud five driven asbort! 
and bilged. After leaxinR the. America he 
bad (he miftfortiinR to he «hipwre<"kf:d three 
tiitK-J. and being tired of thi' aea-service, on 
the I4lh February. 17S4, entered as a vo- 
lunteer in the army then cnga};e<I in Iho 
siege of Mailurn, and on ttie tiUtb of March 
was appointed ennit^ii in the East India 
Company's European regiment; on the SOth 
June carried the colours at the storming of 
Madura, when the troops were repulsed with 
tfaelnvsof 32oflircr!«and 65ttpnvnte9, killed 
and wounded : on the l:Jlh October Madum 
surrendered, and the ne\t day, CunBibe, tho 
governor, was hanged. On the 2Cth No- 
vember. 17flfi, Mr. Rose was made llente- 
naut. and on the dth June. I7(jti, m. at Fort 
St. Davids, Cuddalore, Agnes Clel»n<l, dau. 
uf Jiihn rii-lard, esq. nf Whithorn, in Scot- 
land, and iif Mnrcan^t Munluch hi* wife fsee 
ptdigree of Cleland). On 30tli December, 
I7<M, he was severely wounded in the head 
by a mii«ket ball, in attempiiuKto Hiormthe 
fort of Colorunda. C'ti the lltb Kchriiary. 
I7f^, hr eommnndeil llitr Klorming party at 
Fori Panjaluui Cutrby.anil Manshut ihrougb 
tbit Xftl nrist, by nhich wound he wnii. con- 
fined six inonthK. On the 2filh Sepb^mbcr 
he was in the great battle against the com- 
biiif'rl forces of the souhnh of the llrcin, 
and Hydcr-nalg. king of Mysore. ron«tstini- 
of KNI.IMK) men, horse and font, in whieb 
Ibry « err defeated by I, HIM) EuropranBaiid 



224 



WHATTON, OF LEICESTERSHIRE. 



nine bittUlIoM of 8i>iK))«. with thr Ium of 
«ll tlirtr ^Ita, <'i(l in nuiitlwr. Qit llic I3(li 
Felirtinry, l7liH, lir ww lU Ibr i-M|)turc of 
Fort TiiigurKicuilBlt : on itic llnh. at lltr 
itunuine of a htruiig Tort cfttlrtl UAraiupurg ; 
oatlirltotli.nttlir (.-H)>lureof WKinbenellon* ; 
on llirSOlli Marrh, at ttiP fall of forlSeMlciii. 
iiml oti lliv 'tlh Ajiril, niisnntrtnll*' woiiiKlrd 
Dl Atl»i>r, ill 1111 littrmtil to •form llint ]ilitr'-, 
mid d. lit Tritrlur>o|ily. 7lli Juiir, I7(lt( (kiII 
Unti-d i:Uli Sfptirmbrr. 17ti7).* Icnvini; an 
only ckiltl, Jini<:ii Dontctt l{o»-. b. nt Fort 
St. liNvias. f udilntore, '^4111 Marcti. 1707, 
who .ifUTwiinls look tliL- udditiuaal •amanie 
of CleliUKl. niitl ia tlit- prL-Acul JiURS-Dow- 
HTf lUMe-CLKUKD, eiq. of lUth-Uael. 



Arm* — Ac. * bftri* ullnnt. uf. 
hnDtinp horn routiil it* ii«rk. vt^rt, gu 
gn. for CtrXAMt. Sa. on a pnlr, Mnt.l 
rowa gu- JM>«di-d and »lipt ppr. fur 
(^uarteriiiK the nrm» of \lijik, Bkki 
MiTRDocti. nod CtMUMi. 

CVrWi— A hawk on a Irf (-baml ttlovi*. mtJ 
for I'LLUND. A riMr, gti. *r«>ile4 «nd •Upt 
ppr. brtwt^cii two wings, eim, for Rcia^ 

Afotto^FoT iport. 

EitMtra — In thfi roandea of Domi. 
trim, and Itcrkit. 

Seat — Kalh-Gnrl HouM>, Bangur, la iJu 
comity of Down. Ireland. 



■ In tl» «»^It« Millie of Hi. Hflfv* CHurcL, 
Abiagdou, BtTi.*, titen u % Bumumeut to tiu iii*> | 
taorj, with tb« ibllQwtag iiunripboa : 

To 
lh« iBBBUiry of 

Mr. nirlMnl Ham. 

1al» as Oftotr ia tb« t^rric* 

of tba Hon. Kut [nili> ronifonv, 

who diwl Jnnv 1th. 1766. a^ 19, 

of ti wound ntcrivf^ «l the SM^a of AllooTi 

■ VoririMs in ladia. 

A[>nl Mh of tb« anw jraar. 

Tbia MoQUinvat, 

vf hia fon't mnrit, and hi> nwn Inta. 

wa* eracted 

by hU aflietml IWth«r. 

Ulaal by nitunt with a auiat cweat dupontwa, 

ba wia 

a duttfal wn, 

a taoal affitebomto buabtad, 



aad twidvr parest 

TW vacranatiag tortiuaa 

oo«Hi»aed by a dvapmu woaaJ. 

awl ili» liAi^Iai; and paioful onuM)u« 

dariajp tba •p*c« uf Cwo lo o ni bat. 

by wliicb 

it gndually bmght on 

bt> dlMOlutlOB. 

H» aiutainad 

Ntlh l)ia nuMt [MFifuct pitMar, 

•nd rsMiipUni nsigiwtim 

lo Ihr l)i«iii« wiH. 

By t)w rmuunt oaarcu* 

of th* aaow iwppT «i|tiM)tmiir, 

baUUl 

bdawd and nwpKUal, 

and di«d 
laawatad mmI Mr«cl«di 

by all 

to wboan ha waa rakMd 

or hnowB. 



WHATTON, OF LEICESTERSHIRK. 

WHATTON. HENRY-WATKINSON, taq. of Uunbboroagh Pmrka. ia 
county of l^iccater. auccredwl hi» father in 181.5; m. Anno, dnui^lilvr of W* 
Daolci, (^. of tlasRall Hall, in the palaTliiat« of Clujater. « bmnch of itie DanarU 
T&hley, witJi whom he aruiiired a moiety of tlie manor of Miwaall, lliuuuUI timtl, 
tJif dsmoaoa and othor load*. 



Ijiuagt. 



4^ 



^ & .^ o 



.O^ 



RlH WttUAM OK WfcTOK*. " 
Willi^linuff dr Wtitiinn." waa LdtI af IP 
tonr in thr Valr, in Nottin^haiR»hirv, !• 
porr Htv. I. where br h»A n *W»mf< 
lAtrd tnan»ioo {l])conly vratifr nf «l 
an f}o^ . • 1 I i1 rrn'om paaa rfl by a 

wtlh j frr th» lordalilp, aod ib« 

rilU. '^.»J ....<.... u adJolniniE : iMrWaaika, 
aon of Kobcri, who look tlic auraataf* of ! 
H'HluDr, n youii)rrr »on ol (Janlicr 4e ' 
Scij(iirur dV Poi\, in Kieardjr. ~ 
cam* over (•> r(>t:1ur)i1 nitti the Dii 
Normandy , l»*hi»#f ' 

tha bklUeul ' < tiaw 

(he funiry hvlil H vtunc uQiLcr titalrbrrl ' 
Uaod. 



WHATTON, OF LEICESTERSHIRE. 



235 



Sir WHDam, who wms a bcnpfiictor ro Otr 
of BiYthc, hud two sona, I. Roburl 
FnHr-t. i.-^Tii of Wailou in thv V*le, 
' tujtl hvirc-»i>, Adeline, m. 
fat, if H«-ri«, aud secondly. 

Aitc- in-lir, Ui whom thv rsrricd 

At III iiilknuirriJL^ ; and 3, Wnl- 

1W tMroMl #00, 

W*tT»-« Dt Wathon. Lordof Hoieaworde 
«4 [la»lM-loa, raliiiDP rrutnB|[ii, a LiiiKiii of 

4Mfl. iNiHaHn (Str). Iij<i licir; 2, 

It''. -■•t\, \I1aii, was It wiitit^ss to 

M af Har^An-t dc i^uincii", Couiilt-its 
irtiFTp r. of lunda iu Lon); Whmtoii, 
< . to Brinn Fitzwilliim, her 
lUv. in.; n. Kilx-I. who 
iM'li Lniclil. ttkii »uvfiM.-d(r<l to 
pMf flNsUrloi] Jiiid took ttte sur- 
ip fldt'r «ou, 
811 KiriiiRD DK W ATTON, of Wballon it) 
At V«tc 4 wurrior in tlir cruiNdc, trni)j. 
fcc. I-, curried; Kr^criC iibi>tid ortbir bflwet-n 
no«« cnMrtlrts t;aleB, nnd bv Mnriffirt^t 
Wivilr, ikr duaghtrr of R.ilph dc Aliimli-- 
f^,ti.A i.,.i,,, >f> wil'r, «|auj;b(rr find CO- 
W .1 »t AiMi lit' Nigol. IjOrd 

I** --_:uj.in llutitinfjrdonshire, 

Vmhhilia, oad five iob«, 



'.taew, Ijord nf Ridley in 
k^*.t..V. Him. IK. 
If BfUtt, Hector or iVtrord in Lcioe*- 
lilU.N. ill. 

r» ho. with ttie Prior of Wy- 
■M«ii)ry in Mfrlfordiibirr. bold the 
muint tt( \ivr9U>n in Nuilingbumshiri'. 
flbw tt a J man, 

Sia Jnuft nr WtrroK, Li^h Bberilf of 
BtnfoiiiiUrm Mi Rmtx. '^ and Jti KKtv. 
tll«L*nt of Rok«barDc in thv county of 

ohnAmtilrin ■«• Kiln aifimrl ilnll :il)i| CO- 

W ..iiU'- 

k- ;, ford 

^rW^Mtoain tlir V «t'-. 2.^ tU.N. III., by 
Atw kit »lfp, d.-iii:;htfr xrid cu-hi'irf'M of 
^i»*, Lor.| Bh"?' (, Hjimo of HrddinK* 
^ « O^f'T-Wbir*" mid [*lilli|i|>s hi» wik', 
^«l' ■ hrirru of WilUnui dr M«I- 

W Saiilwirli. in t'bfBliirr ; 

•^ •*iond sou And 

W . I, Barou of Ho- 

'■ptun. irtiijF. ilivni li., Bcd Alice bis 
^hj4M.md c<o-bt-ir<rN ol Wiitlcrdo l>un- 
'.-■■ 1, of CMlUvaatbr, in Wilt- 



tlttimtAdo \VtMnon,rWf Jim- 
<i« C-JoaiMM I'lfu, bad rtjiir ton* tod a 
v. ,4pMfl. M. Iu Sir Jifhn d« llrftbaioA : 
%*iTl R«Mr, Julm. mhI Htrhml, ujinii wIumh 
fc^aai) bads kt Whuton In Um Vatx, .i Kn- 
IJ. RjJm»1. Ih* •Idaal, kml ■ Mta niid hrir, 
md h0 ■»•] Vanrrnr. Ill* mitt, Urtvd ■ In*. 
mmiX'. at lb« mui^ Uad*. 



flhire, by UnnU \h* wifr?, duu. nnd co-beireM 
of Rcftinnld FiCit-bftirv, Earl of f'ornwnll 
and Bnroo of (Tiutleronibe. letnp. Hf:\'. 1. 

Sir Jobn. who had e tliird part of the 
biironinl esUtc *yi RitvX, cbHr;;ed his pu- 
li-rnal Searing wilb Ibrw bcsnnts: liy Klla, 
hid Hifc, hi^ bad Ino daiigbtt-m ; C^-<.-iliik. 

married to iJe Pierrciifinli-.iuid Phi- 

lifipa lo Sampson dt> Sirflli-vf, :iii<i fuiir 
sofii: I.John; 'i. Ait Kiclinrd; 3, IIo;;er ; 
nnd 4, Henry : whose sou, RicbHrd. M.-ttlt>d 
by fine, 3 Run. III., tnnds on tlciiry. bid 
son, iind Margaret tbv dnii}:)iti<r of Hn^b 
Saiin»raile. Jobn.ttirnHinfil Ui^rl, Ibr eldest 
iton of Sir Jfilin and ElU, had a d.'ku(>;btor 
and heiress, Mnrt^ari't, who curried the IliMt 
e»lnte in niarfjnf;c lo tbt> ramilyof Komsey, 
And w)io$e Jineagv, in r few i^DeratiooB ftf- 
tf^nvnrds, bo<M«me entirely exiinct. Sir 
Richard dc Whallon. tJic second «oii of Sir 
Jobn and KlU, A rommi^nioiier of nrrity in 
Ibi- eountiesofNoltingbaia and Uprby, f) V.u- 
WAKD 11- Hi»« munimuucd in the same reigu 
lo attend tlie Kin^ nj^nsl his rebelltoiu 
Unrons nt Ibnl lime in nnns; bence (he cns- 
lle* «iiiljui4ses»iousof Tbnm»R PlantiigiMiet, 
Karl of i,«"ic«»tpr, their ebirf, who w.w he- 
beudeil at I'DiitpfrJii t, were romniitled to hla 
custody, aflpr which .Sir Richard deparu>il 
this life t. p., nod wa:* interred in the church 
of Wliitlun in (be Vnle; An eiiKravjnif of 
Itix effi^. in ctinin rnnil, cro«s k<^K('i|, with 
ttwonl, mantle, helmet, nnd shiRlil, and or 
it his brarinn; ; a hend, between six croM 
croMliMd. ch.irfced with three beaanta, i« 
given by Stotbanl in \m inonutneiitHl cRiiiiea 
of (tribal Mntiiiu ; in the circnmlerrnce of 
his tomb this Irseiid : " PrieK piir I'alme de 
Sire Rirlianl W h«n(iiiChir:ilfr." The third 
son ol Sir John and Kiln his wife, 

RiKir:K nv. WiiArrov, LurdofScarn'np;ton, 
iienr Wballon in the Vole, 27 Knw, I. mar- 
ried Joiin. rvlict of Robert Moryn, of Moryn 
Hall, tind ilaiij;bler and ro-heir''t<s of Oliver 
d)' Lovriot, L'ln) of Kereolsliin. liiieHl heir 
of Kaherl. Ibe fourth snn of \i^1, T^onl 
LovrluL, by nhotn he had a daunbter, Maude, 
who imtrried into the hnronitti family of 
D'Ayencotirl, and a S4>n and beir. 

RiLiMKO DE Winrro'i.Lordof ScarrinR- 
ton. who sealed with a bend, hctwcrn u% 
ero«» cro#*Ir|». cbnrjrrd «ilh threp brsanlvi 
by Allies bU wife, d msbter unit beirei's of 
John le Palmer of Alfrnlhorpe. and AiMtr 
and heircM of lluf^h du Htapl'ford of Sta- 
plcford. be hud two aooft and four dau^htem, 
I. Ju>l>4 

t John do Wliattop, the eldatt fM and bair» 
I.<inl of Sf^rriniftdn. ■mt hi* bmdH^, Sir Rirbard, 
each KHirTK^d iaio n di*tjnrt bmnrb nr tlio fumd^ of 
B«t*r, hfroafler ■{■olen of, John uuurifHl one of 
iht ll«l»ta of Luccster«bip>, nnd impaln] : Pnny 
)»f imin, imiIpi ami -ftlilv, a lion nMlip*nt ■rf:ea( 
williln a '< ' Ird •nhlr ; •b» bt<)ij){b[ him 

tti« oiiiiii'- >i<urT and KatlMir|i«. m IVar- 



226 



WHATTON, OP LElCESTKnsniRE. 



II. Richard (Sir), of whom berraflf r. 

t. AgiiF*, wlio m. Jotin dr Knivrloo. 

II. iityce, nbu «. — de Plamploa. 

HI. Mau(|r>. 

IV. Khrgrty. 
Tbs srcotu) sou. 

Sir RiciiiRD ok Whattos, of Whiiiton 
in OipVhU', 4-t Edu,ikd III. m. Alicr.f ]<lvs( 
(Uii^hlnr, anil iihiimiti'ly llci^r<»^ of Tliomaii 
ll^lr^, (liir »r<-uii(l hihI voiiiigt-ftl Mtii iil' (lie 
Itnt l^iurd n«ler, or (^rirbf), liy MiirgA- 
rnt <!<■ Kyvrn. the youiittfr, hi* wift*, be- 
oon(l<]flDtiliCprAri(l ro^htlrcsij of Sir KJcbitril 
(Ie Ryvrr», of (tyrcr* Hall, (srronil ton «iiri 
hpir of l^inl dp PyTcr>, who died M'Ucd of 
till- lliinilr«-il uf (.tngBr, 5 Enw«nD II ) and 
Malitd.^ dp Mcriz, hi^ UPrond niftf, tiiv 
dau^blrr and trireAi of Sir John de HcHx, 
wbfr(.'iiiH>ti Sir Kicbard dr Wliaiion ae- 
qairod an interral tti tbe manors of Wid- 
nieri>*x»l. GiiDncUt-slon, Soudi Winfield, 
and Tib»lii-lf, uitdrr ibi* MitU-iiirnt of Sir 
JoliH de Hrriz, >tba«i* bearing a[>|irKrs lu 
ham bevn : Alure ihm* brd^vhoB* or, 
3 and I, with a I'os for bin rrr«t, and two 
for br» §u\t\iOTirT%: Kir Kirlianl by Attce 
hia wifr lind tbrrc *on» and a dniigbttT, 

I. Jahs (Sir), of vhrim brr*-nfler. 

II. Ilidirrt of Motiiitfliirnll. wbosc dan. 
and heirfM, I^Iariffirt-t, m. ICulierf 
Fambnra, of tbc L'[iper llall.Qaom- 
dmi. 

III. Huitb, Priry Coancillor to Kina 
Henbv IV. 

I. Alice, wlio m. Sir John Wonlford, 
Lordaf Aslibv Folville. 
Tb« rldr«l son, 

SinJoiiK DK WiiATTon, ofWhnitoit In 
Ihn Vale, and of Loni{ Wbatlon, in L«-k'i*b- 
trr»bir«-. )2IUkkv |V. to. Mtllicrni.daiiKh- 
tt-r of Ibi- Ijidv KIroHorn de Ncwmarclic, 
" UomiiiB de \^ b.ition in i-oiniutii Noliinp- 
haniir," by berfornwr buiband, Tboina«d« 

wickihim. By bcr h» bad witli t<ru dnii^M«r>, 
Alicp, vlui A'm\ I. }i, nid Miir|;iin^. ■ »f>n and 
Imr, Knbert da Wbattou. Lo»d u( Sramnctoii, 
who ■UMMmled to the Anily ritaie*, b<ii Ovin^ 
t. p. wm itirrrwdMl br hia iiat»r and UiT«xji, Mar- 
K*'-' • II, " D-xalnaditSramitKloa." who 

iDix iiiuit FUgot, (if itai^ntQti Caailo, m 

W«rvri,A»MN-. irmi: H»Ma\ IV. aad ba>l a mib, 
Tboma* Ua|;o(, m bo ilivd yiniiig, anil a lUii icbt>>f( 
lubel Dacni, his li»-ir->- »'<<- ntwriMl IImous 
StaflWd. of I'ip«, In by itham abt 

had a Mm aud b^ir, lli -J, ivm V»tra of 

«^, 4 Utinr \ I, wli.. .i.Ml foaufi. mtmrtn}ion 
iba manor* of \>B|>»iibury uid F.alborixi rvrened 
to ibe faai'lv iif Itrbr, of tbp cnunlv of I.44c«atcf . 
lUriril(tr> ChiIp ira> ntemonbbi mi ibenecaMon 
of a jMiii totwnfn tlie Dukm u( Hurvford iMJ 
Norfcjlk, 30 lt>'n««n 11.. ifaa IVunMr BoUtaiao 
Mot; *nleflnitifi ihrrw wiih inal nuifaiCotoca ; 
wfaefK^ ba proceeded, od (b« in»minr t«f ibe eon- 
leat, lamnlad a[ion bu wbir* couTMr and amHl 
■I all poiHs,ta Camay, lb* plan of iiial. 



MnUrytyii. StrJahnimpoltd: Gal««.l 
tiendlrts arKcnl, and had iaanr thnrc ma 
aiid a dauphti-r, 

I. Jobu, Trior of ntr«cmftr. 9 
Ward IV.. a rrli ' r 
of tbe Order of.^. "i _ 
by Rui{tT dr (Jmnuic. E^irl oi Wim' 
ciientrr, and wbii-b lutre (bi> ^mt af 
Ibe founder: gu~< 

joiiiid or. Tb' : 

Kil liiHrrnelb, lor iti> 

(heir c|rti»ter, n nbii 

girt, and when they tv.. ,.. . 

one orrr il, with a bro^i 

Rirdlr.and a Itli" 1^ ...r,,.., 

ibf Priory a ■ 

loni;pd, called ' 

Prion held for tbe m 

in; And buwkinic. ii 

(.'baniw(Mle iH-inK at Ihitt lime id bif« 

eiliniiition. Thr mini ni 1 It uniflat 

a lofty toirer and olber fra) 

atand in thr format of <'barn»>« 

in a valley abonnding with bol 

beaoUful »f«ncry. 

II. Rubt-rl. of whom [■rrM'iilTy. 

III. Iticbiird, u'hoce «ona. Rli-hard 9t 
Hobvrt. wcrt>f'-' ~ ' "^ 
Ort^Iey. Sir ^^ 
other*, of (be rTi>iti>>r- 
laai l^ird UaMi-it. <'■. 
wbo, VI HtM(V VII. ... 
manor uf l^/ini; H'hatloQ t'l - 
Shirley, who'' dcwreudani >..> 
Shirlpy, barooet, dird Mflaed at tti 

\tsa-4. 

I. Maf|[arvt, Domltui de tk 
who m. Sir Tliutnoa dr Kcrc- 

Heni)i»liiii in * inghaDwt.i 
of thi- liiirlcr,^ ""■■■'''" "' ' 
Adniiral nf lli< 
UrNiir IV. bi 
Sir Tbomai d- 
arKnil ii chevrun 
piertred in Ui<' dvxirr buiMt )bU«.1 
tmpaleil ibe abjetd of SVhaltoa. 
Kvin|»lun «uccrrded In iIh: Bai 
ScarriiiKtun, und the land* »m4 
at U batioii in Ibi- Vale, I 
Keri'oUlon, \Vj vejion, 
Kniirtnn, Aalai'tiin, and, liy 
ftnm |.adv tlacot. b«r COMtatT 

wbitb ulif '- ' •-■ 

Rrrapitoii 

Sl«ii)t-ion, \\. ^ l^,„ , 

of MarroM'don. 
RottiRT nr\^i>>">^ ■f\Amf'W\ 
9 HuKii v., •> til beir «f 

J'din, ninm'rd Cn: . Le, of Nt 

bam. and bad imuc ; l.Joha; 'i, 
uf KluiihUurr'M. 6 lltNRi VI, a, 
i, Philip ; and &. Axnea. 

On hia tomb, un a hntt pUlB« !■ 
WbanoQ rhurrb. Uueac hnmi ^i 



^THATTON, OF LEICESTERSHIRE, 



SAT 



^KhlrM of Wltatlon. 2 .ind .1, 

ptwffcn ihrrc bcUgt-bogi, in - 

lirrizss: nxufB tlire«? hetl;?e- 

I, villi tdi*) iiiiK*rip(ion iii old 

*n»_v dirlhii *4iulr of Ki>hcrt tie 

rhii h dro«M«'d tli<* v of 

IKjiq. l-i&IZ ; OD whose Mule 

vjf. An)«ti." 

IkTTDK, of Lonjf WTintlon. 

'arihinnriit fnr |^'ic>-»lrn«(iirc. 

_ I., m. Mnrjcnnt, ilfti'ul't'T of 

[of Sir RubrrI Wooilior.l. JmtA 

|«ill#, «au cit' Sir Itobrrt Wood- 

n-I. one of lilt! liiTot'* of 

ie\. tiu wjff. diiii:iitt'r of 

_^ . Lord «r Rol|r-»iiio, a 

'tb« dirr>-t tiiir of Muldrcd 

in rtrttirnt TIiBiii-. titid Al|;ilii, 

' -d«iigbler 

■1. 

iWtiailuii »;ii at liie battle of 

in wliicli rntilrst ihe (wo 

in nnnit, wfit 

" fliim« nj liiit 

\)r. IlcFizu'. and 

,UU){lr. iiupilinic: Wood- 

I iMuf Ity M'ir|fitrt-l, tiis 

[born. U t'lmmtr |V.; H, 

I Eimann IV>, who Imd a 

lion At M.i|i|ili'n(.-ll, in Iht* 

Idfi 3. Witliuiii; 4, V.Ux»- 

in»^ : suiufi. Mary. Wjlliiiu, 

iWAAthr |ir'N[«'iiitorofnyotiu|!vr 

CuDllj. xUicii cnmc- to ind 

u WkmUHi ; ttM4 U itlinm )in>l 

.r, h) M.r- 

[•<i ' . llict-ldr^t 

««■ iK>rti HjiIi Au|:n«l, 

in Itk VjivinR two daut;li- 

•r«, Aiitir, aii'l Klieitlx'lli, 

I«rw. of Bi lion. 

rnit, of LiHif; Wliiition. 

I heir of Jolin .mil Murija- 

tbtrrof W iltiam Krn- 

II, )u Urrlij'ftltirc, and 

pniltir*'. liP wa« ilir 

■on of Tlioma* K<-nilnll 

vrifc. danclil'T iirirl li<-irrM 

prtMrt, with wliom be had 

jrcro**: Itohirt WUntton 

rid of iimii lu lit* fnthcr. 

Urriua'. and iiii|>nU-d: 

^y Of nod nKon- liviwc'-o 

Mnl or, KnuUll, and by 

1 »rir, 

ion, of Ijont Wliaiton, 

HvkliillnU, l-n»«- 

irrt. llir ni'-cr of 

• I'lfit*. in L« it-rstPr- 

I died ul I.O(ii; 

■i-d ihfT'- lUtl. 

l-ir^uret liii uiih 

ouc daugblrr. 



JnHX Whittov, of Tbamby And Raiin- 
stotic, who M . Seocti Penbnrvc of hosehy, 
in Lt^icnttersibJre. tlic untnil-ditn^htfr of 
Elizjibelli Pi-nburye, of Nurdinrnpluaahirr, 
Miiint-liuK.' Ibp wif^ nf Willinni Warvn, utid 
tlir daiiglitvr of William Aubby,* of LoB-uby 
H4II. and Alices 111:) wife, the flRUi>btt>r uf 
Sir Rk-hard llltn^orih. Chief Bnron of the 
lixcheiiuur. By S«uce Penburye his wife 
he li-td tiro sons. 

r. WiLLUU, ofwhom Iiereaftrr. 

11. John, of R3111111IUIIC, and of ttie 
Nework, LeicesKT. who was hi;:;h 
8lieTifrorLt;ici-»t(.'r«tiire, 1-1 Ciiaklrs 
I., esquire of the b.Oy lo tbe kiu^, 
and ill the commission of (hn peace ; 
bis first wifewuA Elizu)iethOr|iwiiod. 
widoM, the niece of Sir \Vil1i.iin 
Ilerrick, of neaumatior, by ivliom he 
bad no uuuc ; by hii secotid wife 
Ciithariiie, the daughter uf Tboinas 
UabitiKton of Rolliley Tfinpli*, io 
Lriceslrrshire. be bod three sunn ami 
three diiii'^bier«: I. Sir Jnbii Wh»t> 
ton, of Leicester Town, »nd Enat 
Sheen in Surrey, ulio m. Mar^jarel, 
the daiifihlerofSir Tliomns Dai-re.of 
St. A"drew-le-Mott,inHertf«rdBbire, 
and Klixabrlh his wife, dau'ibler of 
Sir Robert Au«lt.'n. bnrt. of Br\Iey, 
in thr county of Kent, by wbont he 
liftd two dauKbterai and co-heirei0e« : 
Ani;elii'n. and Marf^nret, who died in 
lb«ir iiilauey. The W} kin and Bud- 



* The linkage of William Asbby i« dcduc«d u 
folloWA: h« tvM the hon uf Tbuiuns, i^raiidMin of 
itirUiini 'If '\«Ltiy. of Ltis^tiy, and EliiulKib hu 
viff. daughter uuil Wim^ of Jolin Uurdetl, of 
Uiavtiy, a'ul J^.tnahMb hia wif*. dftugliler and 
bauiNM ofliir Uagtr d» U Zooch, of LubbMtlunrp* 
in l^icttktrnduni, ^randMH] af Roj^, Moond aon 
of Hit l.utld d« U /ixicb, of Haryn^arth, in 
Northuii|it(>iifthiie, and )tilbc«at hit wifa. sister 
ami ro>ltrin-K« nf (jporjcv A- CDiilitii|i«, Damn of 
ASergnTctmy, •vbich Sir End? "-as iba •«eoiiil 
■u)i of Sir Mma da la JCoacb, baron of Aaliby da 
la 'iiw:\i, coostabl* af tbe 1'ow»r. lad llrlaa bU 
wi{f. daufchtftr aod eo>bcirMs of Ito^'r Je Quind*. 
Kurl of Wineheiler. and Malon hb itif*, wliicb 
!ti>t[ijr wmi ibe son of Stier ile tjuincici Earl of 
WifttbMti^r, Mill Mvi^itK his viie, ilauf:liteT and 
ro<lietrf>t« of Ko^w•^t A» II^-IltiiiiiiBt^'. ■urnDitwd 
lIlan^binunM, Karl of Leie<i*ier. ion of Rohert 
l« lloaiii, Karl of LaicaaUr. »on ai Uiilmrt, 'Karl 
nf MoillpDi and L«lo»tcf and Kliiabctbthis wtf*. 
tlnui^htpf iif llii>;b. (.'»Htta ile Vermalidou, aon of 
IUnri I. Kin^ nf Knnioc. Il«l>» tha wif* of 
Ho^r d« (^uincw hh* ibo tlaughttf aod eo- 
hifir«« nf Alan, l,ufd nf (Jall<>»'Bir, mnatablo of 
" i--)tarel bill trifft, dwijjhtitr of L)a< 
uliiiriltM), tan iif H*nrv, Ijut of 
I 'it l>«vii> I,, Kioff oT Se^tlund, 
" in., Ktiip of Si''twui, ai>d 
I, thn daujbtpr of l-owrMp H-, 



Its 



WHATTON, OF LEICESTERSHIRE. 



don WcMxl mUti*!! rairer ti> tlilA lininrb 
by * fjuuily Arranj!<'ini-nl, nnii ihp 
former vita told by Sir John Wlikt- 
toD in 1711, ntid lite latter br hu 
inutlirr: froin m Bvnumi'iit in Cli'-»- 
bunt cliurrli he wm ttitrrrvil tiiL-rr 
uilh |ii* niCt! and chilitrcn. 2, T)ip 
Uf¥, Thuiiias Wbatlun, rerlor of 
Knaploft »nd Mom-Ic), iit LrkrMvr- 
ibirr, v)i'>-t^ iLiiiKliU-r iittl bvirvM. 
Ann, m. Tntfonl Smyih, (his tecond 
wtfrj, by whom be bud no tinie. 3, 
Tbr RcT. Willinm Wbatlon. rector 
of Knitptufi mill Miiwli-v, un Ihc* dc- 
crate of bin bruttii-r 'tbnmiui, and 
who bid the Tbumhy «4Utc, Kiid 
died a bachelor in I7.1A, posMUcd of 
roiiwidcrabb' proptrty. 4, Catharine 
Wbiittdf). nlio m. tbf Riglil Rtvrrfiid 
Tbomas llAckm, UUt»Mi uf |>uw n 
tad ('oiin(ir( 107'^) am) ntiiMr ilati^b- 
tcr and bcin-tA, roiiway, m. TralTont 
8mylh (his first MiFt-) b\ tvbom the 
bad iwur: Sir Tnifford' Sniylb. of 
I'tilun, the fourth bnronrt, and tbrrv 
tiUtfr f>ons, all of whom died J. p.. 
and one dan^btfr. Conway, idti- 
niatrty bf-JrraA. «bo n. lliiKh Milln, 
and by whom b«* had a daDf;hte'r and 
lif'irifi* Conwav Millii.nba nroa nrrer 
tnarriiil. 5. rfptn.r Uhntlon, wbow. 
Sir Tliiiftifta Oi:Ir, nuvrriior of Chrl- 
■^fi Collffcr, (IWI), nbiiAe aoii ftnd 
hrir. Captain Thanin* Oglr, by tjir 
lady Hi<nrirlla bia wiff, luid ' iwo 
dnagbirn and rrwhrin'Mes, Hfnri- 
fita and Harriet, who dird in ibrir 
infftiiry. and wrrc tntrrrrd at Cbrl- 
aca Tidlfg*. 6. Mary, who died in 
ht-r infancy. Jolm' Whalton ilied 
in 1660. at tbr a)i<> of wuraty, and 
»»a» i(itcrn-d in .St. M-irtin's chur«-h 
al Li'ti-ralvr : his tnoiiuinent wati 
placrfl in the niiddir of the north- 
Hfflt wall, and on it arc tliv bu*t> of 
bimst'lf and ht« Ino wirr«. 
Tbr rldcst «on and bf ir of John and Srncc 
hff wifr. 

WiiiiA* WiiATTO'i.orN'rwtowii Unford, 
who bad tjierr a good family manaion, m. 
Ann. llip daut:hlrr ot Tylde*lry Monk, of 
Wbitwick. in I<('icr»lcrahirr, nnd died in 
IW8. «pr'l T-i >»'ar», Irnvinx by her a 
daiiicblcr M'irv, wbo m. Uitliam Rolle«lon, 
of ibe vounly of NottiDgham. and a ton unl 
heir. 

U'lixmi WHATTox.of Nrwiown Linford. 
one of the rumniiMiuurrs nji|miiilnlin IW7, 
to Jnijiiire into and rtHlreaa tUe^rtevaiieraur 
all ti\r cbaritieain Iheroiailv. wbo at. I^ey, 
danirbter of Tbaoiaa BaWn^Ton. ra(|., of 
Rullirley Temple, b» Tatharine, hU wlf*. a 
daucb'rr iif n .tall, nf :^mitbr-iby 

Hall, and JIl .daUBbterarilinry 

8«tfa«tr^ritaH,XfttIi:Iifl«. ■ deacewUDt of 



' "1. 



II 



tbc Sarhererellf of llopw-eli and tbc 

Konii of Kedlealon; William \^hatlun and 

Lacy bi« wife had ia«ur, I , W 

yean of a^tr in 1683, wbo m. ar><^ 

London and rf. t. p.: 7, Thum 

in hi* infaney ; 3. John. ^ ^ -■■■■' "i 

letti, wbo rf. r. />. : -1. Maltli.M, wU 

hi« infancv : &, BAbin^on ; 6, Tyl^ 

who tt. in lib infaury ; 7, IIfmit. a 

at Trinity ('ollr|[e, Cainbridj^e. in If 

wboRi prr»eutl]i ; 8. Catharine, nnml 

in IUH3. BabinKton Whallon, 111 

Z4 veara of agi* in KIKI, b,td lht< >tl 

onl}, I, BabiiiKtun, 1>. |j>th Julv. ItjWU, ■«<! 

wbo d. J. /»., be wa» »o nant'd br fbe d«-*tre 

of bifl relation Uie Her. W 

the rector of Knapl^^n iin< 

intended hitn to huve inber. 

e»tJile : II, Seiiei', k. I lib 

Mary, i. lith July. IfKM). 

4fli Vebraary followlntr. " 

the eldeAt dau^btfr and h* i 

rii'd, plie was Inlf rre<l on f. 

Wa, in brr maiden mime < : 

boil ;" benee the de«ci'iiilAnU !;■ 

line ill •ucrc«»'nn of M'-nrv ^^ ' 

*tudi-nt hcenme tlii» nixl lineal l«'ir« ati^ 

heir* general of the famil^t. Tbu geatl^ 

nan. 

The Rev, BtNRT Wti4rro*, M. A- 
Trinity Collecr. C-arobrtdi:e. wm »i«»r 
HunibervtiMie, [^'tep«ter«hire. in 1?04 hit 
arniorini liearinj; from bi« aeal ap^wrar* m 
h.i*e been, i|uBrlerly. I and 4. a b«»iJ, U- 
twern ajx croM cr»*«Irlif, eharc^d with i.*''^ 
beiHola, 3 and 3 three bed|craoc>: be ■■>« 
interred at llumbentone, and left, mtA 
otiier i»ur by Mary, bia wife, a ana aad 
aacccaaor. 

HoiRY Wiurrnv, nf Nntllrt(bam. 
m. Margaret, the daotcbter of Aruiu]*! 
or BInnnI, cm]. of Nottintbam, and 
belli bil wife. \ brasa plate, on a 
slone, in ibe middle ai»le of 8l. 
eburcb, Kive« the inlrrmenl »( .\ 
niuni, and his shield: barry nrbale 
or nnd Mb]e ; f Ve>f , a wolf pAMaat 
he wai deaecnded. In a direct lioff. 
Waller Blum and Sanebia O'AraU 
wliQM! aniioriAl brarinic. »^. 
sejeant aable, oB a bordori 
paw» L-ra«4cd t! ' li n ■! 

lower ainre, en- ' 
Mnritarel bit w>i- ■■ 
betti, aiid two sotis, 1 
wbo were educated f 
•/. at Noltiti^bam 
Pefef'i cburvb. 

The eldMl van asd Mr of Hr«ry aad 
Sarel, 

IlkhRV Wh*it«k. of NiMdKflum, 

■ Tbe R«T. WilUm HlMttoa 
Lusler, in WarKlek*lUr». II* m. 
k Mmm, Hd ^ «. p. 




WHATTON, OF LEICFSTERSHIKE. 



399 



Qiutn RuxtBmi'f) nrninniv 
*1 MADaflrld : ti? drpouoeil ttir iulfl- 
.L._ c..,.~f f,.. i,_ ^^ their ra*mora- 

:tie crown of Eojf- 

•*i- ' I >>,>4iiritcm Ifae vicissi- 

rti*niftil pfrinil, ri*lir<'il to 

wii# ititfrml llicrr ; lii« »o«| 

Ae *ata<' bis (;nt(nlf»UiPr iisr^l j by 

■baiiii Junrt hit) w)t<^ tii! \rU iwop; f, 

ihrlJi; .2. Henry: ;). W'illiua; «ad 4» 

»«, iiK» died young. 

[kfeBY Wir*TTo>;, of l^m^bhoroagh 

t#, in I i.'c. wt, Fliji»I»t'th, 

[ht«T ar*- r Jiilin WiitlLiiibtin, 

hIk ' M WaiLiiison, 

r a( : iiisliirf, wlinne 

IB^ ,'Af. uf A t' j> liLhtLen itirt-fi tiiiil- 

otUTj hr wii» a bmik'b oi lite Whtkin- 

■ " ' wtiicli fninily wiw Hrnry 

' ' , <:hnnrelU>r of tlir dio- 

Hi I'iri., nun tlhll ■ lliAHlirt Coal of 

>: qcBTtrrlr, nrj^tnl and Axurc on a 
pj.. .1,™., ">:«.-< nrj^rnt. ll^nry AVIinl- 
InT' -' , 1 titid 4, ar^cDt on a 

Wmd1>. 'J nnil :i. nxurc ttir^i.' hed^e- 

or, % and I, lie Hcris, nith nn racnl- 

> lor WalL.tD«nn, im pn|{r.-iv)n^ of 

'% t« *iTrn liv NirliuU. in liii* Itislory of 

r ' 'ttT, witli I note oil the 

1^ <jiiiir lirirto ilip UluiiU 

Jiiii^li^R), lu who^f^ prnjtrrty lie stir* 

•4 lu I'xi; lir it. in iHlo, itnd by Lli- 

rti kw Hifr left four »onH. 

r- llt-^Ai WATKiK*r>M, ihe preii«nt licir, 
rrprrM^UDTr of thi' family. 

II, Jnttn, "lilt M. Mary Ann, OauKblt^r 
oT " ' ' - IIo)ikiflfl, fonnerly 

n I (itiill. 

.F.Il.S.aniIF.S.A. 

Iio m. Iliirricf So- 

:)>r Inir LivtKuiutni- 

' > il died in l>cceniber 

rtlTTKC T : 

1-nd *f«b!r lif'twrm 

1 U {;ult-8 thrrr bf. 

lUlk , t1 Tl.ltl 'II. 

^Jknrr tea bvMnIt, 4, 3, 2, and I : 

acbalf of «ii or guin : 

4. Quarlrrly. or and gulra a betidlel 
t«tilr : Pc MalbaiK-, 

' nl a frrl kdI**^ ■>■< t rftnlOtl 
' a lion of England : Do Oun< 

r Uoo* of Enzland witb a 
Ubla« auUtrraxnri*: Pitabcnry, 
7. Arcrat a Mob niin|)anl prr frw 
C^w and aablr : Dr Lavelot. 




8. Sable a chcrron or bettrWD three 
crewcnts arf^ent : Lc Palmer. 

0. Argenl on two ban Retire three 
rlnqurfoils or, 2 ntid I : De 8(a- 
pleford. 

10. Parly p^r pule f^iilen and sable, a 
lion rMiiipiiit nr^ent. crowned or: 
Bplt-r uf Derbyebirc aiid Notting- 
hanidliire, 

11. Ardent fretic Mble nn paculcbeou 
guica: I>e Kyvrm, or De lit Ry. 
vere. 

12. Azure tbrec bedgelio}[a or, 'i and 
I. Df Hrrir. 

13. Uarry nrbnle of »U omnd Mblc: 
IliunI or Qlunnl. 

14. Or, a feia lM>lneen lliree mallela 
azure: Walkinaon. 

CrtJt — An englriiabte. beaVed or, risioK 
out of a dnral coronet argent. Borne by 
inherilani-e from iho rainily of Beler. 

Atotto — Fidei cutii-ula crux, 

£*/tf/«^ln Li.'icrstt' rehire. 

Stat — Osmaftton Cottnge, Derb^tkire. 

Jfamlv of i3r Hrbfrs. or Dr U Uctiirr. 

RlCHARP DC RyVEM, DE RiPARIIfi, of 

On^ar Ciutlc (anciently ffrillcn Angre nnj 
Anngr*') Lord of Onunriind Slnnl'iird Ry- 
veis in Kascs and of Tormerton anil Little- 
ton in Glourofttrrftbire, 61 Hi^ivky III., n>. 
Malildn, diiiipliterniid co'brire<isorRicImrd 
de Lucie, Lord of Ui««. in Norfolk, cbicf 
jnslii-e of Knt^lnnd, ruid liffulmnDl of the 
kingdom, in tlif n-igitof fCinff .Ifiiiv, Ricb- 
ard dr Lm-ir cot tla* lordrtliip of On^nr, 
vrerlfHl into an bonnr, iind built ibe cnntle, 
wbich stomi on a liigb artificial bill, aur- 
roufKled by a Urce m'»at and extcnitiYe for- 
lificniion». Uy Matilda bin irife. Hii-bard 
dr Ryvers bad tbri-c sons. 1. Rich.ird ; 2, 
Jobn; and .1. Baldwin: Richnrd. ibc eldest, 
dlci\ in the lifftinic of bin mother, li*aviui; 
Richard hia only son and beir (for nboae 
n-anlebip Philip Baavet pive lOM) marka) 
*ur*^iviiiir, who bad in lriinktnHrrii|te the 
niftiinmofWrgtbrop anil Hninpl<in, in W'ill- 
•bin*, and Slirdfn, in OKniro^lcrsbire. Sir. ; 
he fi. i. p., iind nns Kiinrrdi'i) by bi« uncle, 
JoHM [IF. RyvfKs. de Ripniiiit, of Oii^nr 
Caalle, Lord of Uugnr, Htunford Rytcr*, 
TormArtnii, Litllrt'in, (kc; bs iJ. 2*2 Kd- 
wtnp L Irnvint; two Kinii. 

I. John, bis beir. 

II. Rirbnnl. who bud the ninnora of 
Wi-Bllinip and llnRi|itiiti, ratianrfra- 
triitt)ii, be kfr two tiona, John aud 
RicKard, who succeeded to tlieiu.aud 
d. I. p. 

The elder eon, 

Jr»HN. Loud de Rwrrr, of Onuarraalle. 
|<ord of Ontcar, Tormmnn, Lilllelon. 4c. 
waa Kummonrd lo and »al in ParllameiiU 




330 



WHATTON, OF LEICESTERSniRE. 



an • Litron, by the riBinc of Jobnone« dc 
l(i|iiiriU, on tlie 8tb Miirrli. lilfU. (>ili 
Man)i. 13<M>. 30tii J«iiuar>. 1301. antl, vn 
Uh" 12it) (•(■Ifnmry rulltmiiii:. juinrtl (l»c b»- 
roiis ill nil niltlrrss to t)if Pupr, wliicli lir 
•ignrtl by thr sivlr nut] IJilr uf " JoliniiDcii 
de KifUiriiH. Diis tlr Aiit^rei" hti lurtlsliip 
wu iilao ■tiniiaoricd tu, and ui iti I'ur- 
]i»mi'iit AS K bHroi). uii tlic tut Julv jiikI 
'Mill S( iitember, 13110. Uiib I>brniirj.'l31k&. 
3(>lh Jniiunry. and IStb Oclobrr. I:i(l7: 
Iionl ilr H>vrrB whs suinnioiK-d iimim^sl 
ihr baroiiH io tbe coroiiiaiioii of Kin^ V,o- 
WAKiJ tlic Second, on Ihp IMlb Februftry, 
130tl: ht- rl &r.i>wAit» II. aeiftrdof" Aun- 
fgn llundr." IruvinK two Njiii : 1. John; 
Ai>d 2, Sir RiciiAHD, uf Ryvxre HaII, of 
whum urcin-iillj ; lin wa» Mui-Cfdol in tils 
UiIp mid ffitntrs by hi» «'blr«l Hon and brir, 

John, Ii<>kd ivt R^vrHK, dc Ri|iAriui, of 
Ongar Ca8ll«, I.ord of Oiignr, Turmi-non, 
Lidk-ioii, &c. who wBt laionionrd to, ind 
snl in Piirliauiciil aa n Imroi), on Ihr Ibtb 
Ktarrh. 8th July. nnd23nl Srplcnibrr. 13l.'l. 
mitl April, jinii (Mb Srpleiribrr. IdH, and 
3i>(]t Janii»ry, l.^l.'i, mid r^. N Fdward II. 
•siacd of ihV luanoni of I^tharnya|£di>ii<- 
Somcrsft. Tonnfrion iiid Liriiclon, Wor- 
Dit-nbilc, Bucks. Wolton. (or Woutluo-Ky- 
v«t«) %ViIt». and bnlf a kni};br)» r<-r iu Ar> 
lon-Tur«ilc. Oloac, It-avin); by Uionysia 
III* nifr, who bad iIh^ tnwnsbip uf Strt'tlrr, 
In ('.tinbriduiMihirr. a von aitd )ti-ir only i 
JoHW OF- Uy^E-HS who auld ihr Ontfar f»- 
lAle tu John df ijtiuon l-t Ldwaud IU. 
■nd d. M. p. 33 EottAKD III. Hi* uncle 
and brir. 

Sill RiciUHO bP RvvcRK. de Rip«rii», of 
Kj»<ra Hall, and Bo.\ti-d. in Kweit, aor- 
cpftlnl Id tbo mnmint of Tiiruirrton, Little- 
ton, Wralhro|i, lUnipton, ^^'yke, Storden, 
ho. and m. firil, Mnudc-, daDRhtrr and heir* 
v*» of Sir John Ic Brrlon. who dird 34 
KOHAKD I. truH'd uf certain dvinrflitoa in 
Roxu-d, and Iniida at r>u<lynf!lnn, Hlalhrr- 
wyk, and l^ryton, or I^itxton, in Norlli^imp- 
tonahln'. by whom br hnd one child, Mar- 
Karrt, tabu d, t. p. 49 Eohakd III. ftiii*t>d 
of iha l>oUyMKtOD and Ulalbrrwyk catatr, 
which ullimntfly pn*M'd Id Sir Robert de 
ijwillint:lun hrrrnfli-r noUctrd. 

Kir Itirhnrd dr Rjfrrv m. ermiidlv. Ma* 
tildii, thr- ditughli-r nrid lit-in>M« nf Sir John 
dr llerix, of South \V infield, in l>rrby«birf, 
wbo scttlrd by (inr. IH Kohako II., Ibe 
manor* of Widmrrpool mid UuDnelroton, 
in NoltiORhani*hirr and \Viri(trl(t (or Soulh 
U'inflrld) «nd Ti)i*hr|f, in Dirbjuhln-, nn 
biiiiM-lf for life ; Ibm on Ro^i-r firlrr (uf 
n-hom |>^^M■lltl^) for bis \i(f ; atirrwnult. tu 
RugiT, Ihr ion uf Roger B«-t<*r, and Mm- 

Sam. ihf rhlfr dauichtrr of Sir Richard dr 
tyvrr* (tbrrrin t-allcd Kiob<ird de la ity- 
*rrp. Knisbl) and thu- brtr» of their bodW ; 
afterwards Io Tbooiaa, ton of Kofer Belir, 



.llUi H.II 111, 

He a. s. m. 



Aud Marcnrrt the yoan(!:rr ■! f 1 

RiibArd dc Ryrrr* (or Itr i li 

Ihr beim of their b«dirc : remmiid'-r in Hi* 
rif;ht bi-ir* of Sir John d*; llirnz, wbv d. 
M-iard orthi'si' maniira, 3 KnniKO 111. 

Sir John di- Ilerix WAS lite vitn and fcefc 
of John, brother and bfir uf Flenry, {[raitd*] 
■on and bfir of Ituberl, brnlbrr and hrir 
Witliandellerix,of Wyr«rtun, n " 
hamshire, a branvb by a yononri 
HinifK- of Vrnd/tmr, and wbn u ii>ri:.iEitvr^ 
iiitdcr the acutage of the barony, IH 11l-«- 
Itv II. 

Tlir tiuoe of Sir Rtcbard dr Ryrrr* aad 
Matilda dc Ht-rii: hi* aevond ntfe wen 
tlirrt^' dnuftbtcm: .Muri^irvt llie rldvr, aad 
Mariiart't tbr jonnijcr. «jf whom pr»-»*niJjf j 
and Sarnb, who m. John ftArh-L. nlm bad 
witb her a inoii-ty of ibr l>tah n^^trt; r-iijiti!, 
by ivhuin *lie hnd Waller. ' ' tld. 

«bo ti, J. fi., bfiice Ihr rntir- ,"■«>- 

prftv passL-d to Sir Robert <i 

Sir itithard dr Ry¥fr»rf. ■'■■ 
h-ntinpalwi by (-'mma bi5 ' 
*<>iiit. Sift TiiitMAft. and M 
Tormi-rlon. rntxant frmtriaijt 
sbfrifr of GloucratiTihirc. 
HtMtY IV. 

The fon of Sir Richard, by Emmaf bb 
wife. 

Sill Ti|(>M4* PC R>\rRK, •areerdnt Iff 
ninnur«uf Tormcrtiin,* Litiiriin. Wi'iI1j( 
Ilanipfon, IVyLe, Storilrn, 
7 IIf.mcy IV., fci-iied of NN 
jpavinj; Uabcl. fait wifr. vui 
Ibr manort of Turmrrtun. I. 
well, flud Vnlr. of whicli - 
IlrMiT VI. Tlip lineai:»-. ■■■ 
RiHuird ili> Ryirra by Uia Lot ,iiia 
«rirr» became rnlinly ritinrt. Sir 
mas'* half 0i*u-r, 

MAttOAiEr D& Riv»i lb« rUrr» «.Sw| 
Roflm BriEii. 

Prf'^ioH-dy to ifintinui<i(; thr dr»cp(nU 
of Mnri;iirrl dr R\»rr«. «•• "ill l-; i mi 
drlnilt of Ihr fnniily of her I 

Sir Rucrr lleirr «*a* tl • ■ ■ '■ 

R(i);f'r, Iy>rd lleirr, baroa ol tlrwhr, 
l^rrbythirr. who \\^%\ iVrrr a rajnn' pw 
tion, park, and }-• ' ' 

•on of \t illiaii) >: 

in L«ir'-«lrr*birf, U ilDwico i,, auji 
Hnprr, *an of Ralph, U>rd Urlrr. n* 
SanipAon, *ou of Ilamon, l<or4 Beltf*. 
took that fturaame, aon of Ni|r(| 



• Tonaprt o n rtm •Jiri^nftT K»(l iia 
liall, iha )ir>. > Al 

in t)tr (frntt - -rf 

lod|[« a[>{»«ti lo Lata bcea ataiuLiif 
iciiturv. 7liB awaor bad paMa' 
lyitiliM of U tlbas«aa ead DwUm, 
bad baM baU at hd^nU. tAm lb* 
li* Rye«««. Sir J«b» K Um I i u mi 
prophalat. 



WHAITON, OF LEICESTERSHIRE. 



331 



•■4 GandrH. Iiii irjf«. tlnnt;bl<^r 

k. Earl of ('onrnnv, and Editlm. his 

fp. ilaugliu-r (if WiUiiMM. EnrI of Wnr- 

liKi aiHl (•niidrril. Iiis ivilV, diiutililer uf 

hui4tt I. Kihr III' EnsUnil, niii] Maiiilc, 

Qarrn, dAitjfhirr of linldwiu, Count uf 

l4rr«, whoM motlirr. Alicr, vrikt tie 

9T of Robrrt, King of Frnnce. 

Brier of rrirlie. by Alice hu wife, 

Igll^fwf William, soil of PcliT dc 

f**lt^*' A>><I Jiilintia lirti Mifi?, the sis- 

\uhrn Filr.-KAl|.|i, Hamii orCricbe, 

^ign uf hint/ ji>ii\, hnil two sons 

Jriaugliter: Sir Rog*?r twrorf inrii- 

(wbo«e- itsu9 by Mitr);nr(>( <Il> Rvvrrn 

i-Mfr. and liii otlivr Hivi-g will be tio- 

. Tbnmiit. of nlium here- 

. tvbo m. Sir Ualitb Croni- 

iir ^r^'.(Tr.>itirr uf Ralpb. l^irdCrotu- 

in of T'llislinll, niij lrt.-a$uriT of 

I. ttmf. IIkhrv VI. 

fh^ maoor of rrirbc, orCrucb, wa« tiur- 

bv Lord tWIr-r, of llnl|>b. Lord 

il«, nrbo.in riKlit of this tuniior 

•" iitid SHt iti l*arliani''nt, as 

till, oi) the 'i-\x\i Ktbrtiiir)', 

\i u I.) «nil wlm i.<fin%cj'fd it 

II) Tinr \H pAi^t triu II., nitb 

> ■^. tir liiiii iinil hia hrim for 

Lord Itrlrrti'-ld llip in^norof (!rirb>^ 

Bttmo). »jjc. of the Ltnf^ in eapitr, uit of 

nonii. by ibi* Brn-icr of onr knight's 

t,»P^ ^ly rt iri«<'d of it in hia own de- 

'') KDutitD II. ; lit! »Iao rf. 

('■irk, ill NnttinL'biiiiiibire, 

iiT4tiK* |ioft)i>-»»i(m8. ThP 

i>- nbirb orcnsiontd bis 

>r»J'»l »» follows; — 

FoUillr. of A^Iiby Folville, 
• lid luidti d<- Itt X^Mirb, of 
..^iii|f bo«ii ibrt'iiiciw'il by 
uuc of tlio jnstitTS )tinf-r.int, 
tbrr wnv-luid Hiid bnrbaroux- 
',■■. fn a ralkj' nrar 
liRh ibis rciitark on 
r. tuiKi ueirwt 1., ijuariu 
i 04V Mil* cat INiniiiius RjOKcrii* 
!.•.. I -. .-. -t-ii'. Iste Huav- 
I .triiini tflirrdo- 
i< i-nniitiilii Lt}'* 
iiiio* uxor pjii*- 
I ' ->i Kiff;*'ri lilii 
r in n»t»» riinnnicorum n- 
ti* tMilriii ])rliiiuRi ]iriomn 
■ '(i-aiiMie. HirRone- 
:it ICuAt&cbio dr Kul- 
()ulhim (ihuft iiiiuas 
, inlrrfpt-iiiB rrut a 
• >-n Tftlle juxtu 
lit rcclmiiiniTD 
ii'iriMn ri ii^iiiFoniin, iiro cii- 
puMArMiotiuni, i)uaa *-it|iif ri( ad do- 
iCJMilarioauv." 
btf falrllla being indicted for (be mur- 



der, ibeir Innd^ nl Kereaby werf PeUed by 
the kinjr. and werr never rcitoffid to ib^ni. 

" Anno 13'J0, Eudo de la Zoncb indicta- 
tus |m» iiiorlo cujua dem Rugvrj de Beler, 
uh nietuni iitilii'lumpnti transfretavji vine 
litfntia Iteijiti ; rt *-a OL'r.ifiione tenf- rjiu 
capte Hunt m maiuim d'oi Hfgis, et id^m 
Eudo obiit Parisii:) eodem aaiio." 

Ill Ashby Folville vhurcb, »ay» Wyrlpy, 
ia nn nnriviit altnr tomb of one of Ihc Fol- 
villtfs, in armour; on hi.^ brvuHt. tlie orrst 
of Folville, but no inscription. Tlilti monu- 
ment is Mill in tbe Soutb ebiipel, uiidtT tbe 
ISouih Hindow, am) i.i said to be for nld 
Folville who alew Belrr. A large ruaiy 
b>-lm<-l rpmainsoD it witb pan of hid gannt- 
Irts and serf ral rnif;nipnts of iinnour. Fo]- 
ville's f|})i:y i$ niuliliit^'d : the fenlures of 
Ibe fare sLMfCL-ly visibli- ; bin arms bmkt'ii 
off; sbop« ftiguarf (oi'd, txliirh rent agniii^l a 
lion coucbniit rngardant; a gjrflle round bia 
waist, but no aword : his breaat very pro- 
minent ; on ilie rifcbt i^ide of wbicb id an 
iron bliintt^d spike, or dn^er, fised in lli« 
stone willi lend, npparenliy coeval nitli Ibe 
fiuiire )l.\elfi bis bend reMed on n duuble 
pillow, wliidi appears to bai'e been origi- 
nally riupporled by two ani^eU, their bands 
and part of the drapery beint; yet visible. 

The eburcl) at Cricbe contains an old 
tnmb, and upon it an rfli^y, necunlii)); to 
ttip iriiililioii of the plat*, of LonI B<"Ier. 

HIh lunlyliiu wax succeedt-d in bU Ulle 
nnd rslnlea, wiiii-b wrre rery considerable, 
by hid eldest son, 

Sill ItouEK Bklkk, who, paying hit relief 
and doing his bomaice, bad tiv«-ry of bis lands ; 
be m. firstly, Margaret de Ryvers the elder, 
before mentioned, by whom be had one 
child only, Margaret, fvbo in. Sir Robert de 
Swilliiigton. and nfierwardit Jobii de AyU-s- 
Ibrd, by the latu-r she had no issue : by Hit 
Robert de .Swilliiiglon. who d. lA Ritii^ito 
II. selMrd of Kyvers Hull. Ho\ted. Bramp- 
ton, and llio l)udyii;;ton eslate. she had a 
son iiikI lifir; Sir Roger tie SAilliiii;tuii, 
who bad tno sonn nnd one d»uglit(.T only : 
Sir John and Sir Robert, who had both 
d. ». p., the former Hf.vkv V. and (he 
Inltcr, U ilt^NY V-anil MarKiirrt, heiress, 
who ni. Sir .lobn Gra of Iii^leby, in Lin- 
colnijbire, and who rf. i. p. H llfSJir VT. 
•Sir Hojjer IJelcr m. setfoiidly, MurgarcC, 
(the daiiKhler of John, Lord frrr-y, of Cud- 
uorCa>tle) who it. H Fdw*ud til., by whura 
he had no ts.iue ; iliirdlvi ElixJibcth, wbo tt. 
'K! RiiWAKD III., by whom he hitd ni> idsite; 
fourthly, Ciiihtirine, who f^. 6 Kiciubd II., 
by whom be bnd one ehild only.Thomasine 
(i-'o-heiress wilh bis daughter Murg«ri.-t by 
his first wife) wbo rf. 6 Riciuhd II. and was 
never niarriwl ; fifthly, Mary, wbo died 10 
RiciMKD II. by whom be bad tio Usue. 
licace the lineage of Lord Beler, the son. 
became entirely extinct ; hia lordabip held 



S3S 



EYRE. OF RAMPrON. 



tbc nHoor of Cricbr, by bntHiT, lu lit» fa- 
thrr ilid, and so iliri) sriM'd of it in bin onit 
(l«*nir«nr>, ti$ i}( Up, -i Kiciiaud H., br nUo 
(ll^() »ri«ed of Bunny, Widmcrpool. Uuu- 
lirlvrxtoD, Houlli \Vio6ctd. Tlbubirtf. lod a 
Inrffr cittsle. 

Il 9b(iulil Im' iitMcrvrd, ibnl Sir Julm Grn, 
nnd Mar^xrcl. bia wifr, iwHb-U part uf Ibr 
nprin and Ilvlrr mUtrd oii ibr f«nii)y uT 
I*iprr(-|)oiit(>(Sir Kobfrtdt' l*irrre]>outc ba«- 
ln|; tn«rri(il Sitrah. tbe itUur of Sir Job ii di* 
llrriz) and Cricbr, Uunny. and South W in- 
ftrXA, on ibf family nf Croniwcll. br-fare 
ypokrn t>t, nbuul nbit-b felatro, for u srrjnt 
of vfarn afirrwArda, tbey bait Kn-al suits 
anS (;o)itruv^rBi<-fl. I>nrd CiotiiHell, bow- 
oTf-r. in the n-ijfii of IIlmiy VI, rrrcted a 
inn|;ni(ic4'iit maitnion at Soatb W iofipJd. 
mi'iiittriitilr fmm the rfn.-tinnt«iicc of Ibe 
unfortiiii-iU- Mary, thr fn-uiiifch i|iiprti, UoinjE 
laiytitattrA Uit-rc, iti tliari;r of Grorgr, E»rl 
of Sbrewaburj't to w bo»e aoccator the Crom- 



wrlla sold the maDnr. TIm> vxXt 
inlvmliti^ tmnt. at thi« Mlatf<ty mil 
nandimiinritlrd iiiUir ttvil nar. ilir grkodrar 
of iu iruodUnd teener}-, their aolcmn *iid 
iiDprrgaivt i-iTt:^, vjidte 111* adnilnUloa «t 
if>i-r) tuurift. 

MAttt.^arT DK UvvtMi thr yotinerr (t>i» 
9i»U-r of Margarrl Up Itvvrr* Uir rider) m. 
Tbuinas Bi'lf^r, Liurd o^ f»uiinrlv«*toti, lu 
Ni>ltiiii;bumsbir«-, 17 }-lD«iiD HI. by whoa 
he had two cbildr«ii only, 

I. Alirr. m. toStn KlcniHO DtWuiT- 
Ti»N. 

II. Elixabflb, who m. — de Dr»liy, j 
t^allrd In lUt^ liii|uijiiUon KKxabrtb oa 
Urcby. and nbo J. ». fi. 36 Kow tail 
III. <ei»cd of GuoDel«r*toD (which 
thr nnd her fathfr held for ibrir 
lire*). »n"l "• "'"■ "''i".«r ..f IlraM|>- 
too, in N which 
paaM-d lo.^i '-'Mlliiixlu«« 
oil tbe partiiion of ibe faoiily 



EYRE, OF RAMPTON. 

EYRE, The Keterend CHARI.ES-WASTENEYfi, of Rjunptou, ia thm 
of Nottincliam, b. al Uabwortli 7th March. 1805. m. in )8.'7. Ldcj^Doi 
daughter of John Robinaon Foitlia, f^q. of Buckton, in YorkAhir», awl bM 
kun-iviDg BOD. bom 4i)i February, 1334. He tuccMded bin uncle, the lal* CoUneK 
E;rre, in U3S. 

anna, daughter and hrir of Edwanl narlaw'* 

of Barlow, (ipnr Mam.-hnti*r. and hdd iaxw* 

t. NlCHOL«K, of HD|>r, Uvinic tmmf»~ 

llrvRT V[. m. Mar|{arct.da)4|htFro4r 

Hrddish of i(pdili»h, in li*nra«hiTT 

II. Riidf.iir. of wtiooi prrwotly. 

III. Wini.itn, of Nurtti L^^v, nrar III 
tlirr«(r<lj5r, in !*■ ! -\ liviai; 
IIf.mit VI. IN I daufht 
orW'icLiTatey, u. A .^^- ..icy, ia 
Cflunly of York. 

IV. Th'jttiiu, dird '• p> 

I. Emma, m. to — \Vickrr«lay, ta^. of 
Wiciccralfy, ID YorlLabirn. 

II. l>iony»ia, m. to Thnntao Hall, n^' 
of Mnrklow, in Dcrbyali&r* 

III. JiiAtm4, HI. lo immw IVmHnL 
rwj. of Tbomhtll. in OvrbyaUiv. 

IV. — , m. to — Crr»h«ni, ctf^. 

V. — ^t M. lo — Ualguv, Mq. 
Ti. — , m. to Rog*r MMacy, fiq. 

Thr MMTond i*>n, 

RdllEnr E^HK. raq. marrird Jis 
and Bot«* hpir of KoSrrt Padlrr, «i^ 
Padlry. in Ihr roiiRtv of Drrbv, wmlan 
manor of ILtthprvraj^. and tkua aoqg 
tlir piCati* of Padlrv. By tbta Ia4y, wka 
QU) Marcb, 14G3. hv. bad teac, 

I. RoBtLRT. of I**ill«T. iifS akcnff 



WiiiuM I r Evil, of H"iM*. in ihp i-oiinly 
of DcTby. innp. )Ir\KY III. brld Innde of 
Ihr kinic fa capitp. hv tfr^ii t- of ibr custody 
of Ibp torral of lli^i I'pnt., itud dit-d vviscd 
thvrvof brforr 4lli Ilrc-rinbrr, 30 CoWAaD 
I, (Ir was ilirpct ancntor of 

NiCMOLM ti Em, of IIctiw. liriniE 9 
EDWtni> 111. Uy nn inquinilion il witA 
found, tbnt lb<* Lint; >n 'br Xitli nt hh tfi^n 
mlcliL, without prrjodiirf lo hini or otlicro, 
KTant tu this Nicholai land* in Ilopv witb 
ibfl «ranUbtp of tbc Forcal of High ]*flaK. 
Ht wM faiiitr of 

NfCHOUs u EiiViorHopfi, «h«M. Jo- 



IXrrhyihlrv, 83 Eli«iun 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 




EYRE, or RAHPTON. 233 ^^| 


aabrth. dna. of Thoina» FitzwUlliun, 


Henry. ^^^^H 


fwi.of Mnplirtlinrpr.in Lincolnshire, 
Mm hsd i«ur, 


IX. Edmund, of Urookfu'ld, in. A^es, ^^^^^| 


dau^hlrr niid ro-brir of Edmond ^^^^^H 


1. Ronr.Hr. itiii lirir. 


AffbliurAt, VM{. of Ftr-ytoii, Notts, ^^^^^| 


S. Tlionia*, nlio m. CuthTint, 


X. Stephen, of HA.4flop, livings 29 Ett- ^^^^H 


diagbtrr of John *p (itt-illim. 


n-ARD IV. and 3 Hknky VII. m. ^^^^1 


•ad from liim doticcnded the 


Calheritie, dt(U|;bler of Dymoke of ^^^^^| 


EVRM of Hi%h Lqwp, Acc. 


Krme, l<incoln»biro, and had ^^^^^| 


3, John, wh<i di«(] nilhout l«giU- 


(with tiro dnughliTd, Rlizabflh, m. ^^^^H 


Bialr if*uf. 


In John Cnnuiii, e**i. of Kt.>i)letiion, ^^^^^| 
in Derhysliin-. and Jaiip, m. to John ^^^^H 


4. Cbri»topIirr. 


6. Rntitri. 


Ireton.ifMi. of lrftton,)a aou and sue- ^^^^^| 


I- A»n, M, lo TbomAH MerMcIl, 


^^^^H 


w^ of Trowky iinil FrodtlKilI. 


Rnwlnnd, of Ha.ssop. livini; 3 ^^^^H 


% Gisabrth. TH- to Sir Jolin Urny- 


Hfnry VII. m. Dorntliy. dauttb- ^^^^| 


eoit, tLtil. ol Pnynslfv, lu SUf- 


U-r of H^'-itry Kvt^^riti^htira, t'st\, ^^^^^^| 


fordnliirc. 


of Stainhroii^h, in the county of ^^^^^| 


Tlie eUr*l »on. 


York, und bad issue, ^^^^H 


Ri'ttftT EvKL, Mq. of Pndley. 


Stephen, of fliuaop, who tn. ^^^^^M 


hitlh fit- rirT <,r Derby sliirt! in 


first, HKlcn. dnughlfr uf — ^^^^^| 


11 ' , «lf»'isltUT of 


Uowiies, esq. of Shriffivy. ^^^^^| 


S. . ■■ipsffiit. Lnl. of 


in Chrsbire, and scL-ondly, ' ^^^^^| 


the KDuiii* iif Cuitibridjcp. aiu)